Friday, December 16, 2011

See's Fudge

THE See's (famous chocolatier) fudge recipe. This fudge is incredible and has been a family tradition my whole life. I don't even make the mistake of trying other recipes because every time I taste someone else's fudge, it leaves me disappointed because of THIS recipe.


4 1/2 c. sugar
1 can evaporated milk
2 cubes butter
3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 tsp. vanilla
2 cups chopped nuts (optional)


In a heavy pan over medium heat, combine sugar & milk. When you achieve rapid boil, time for 6  minutes only. Stir regularly before boil, and then constantly during boil. In a large glass bowl have the butter & chocolate chips ready to go. After you time your boil, pour hot mixture over ingredients in glass bowl, add vanilla & nuts, and stir vigorously until completely combined. Pour into greased pan (9x13 at least).

Smooth, firm, and delicious!!

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Anonymous said...

Hello -- When you say two cubes of butter, do you mean two sticks?

Scott / Lori said...

Yes, two sticks of butter. :)

Nicole *Ü* said...

Oh wow. I've been mean to tell you how DIVINE this was when you brought it to us!! It was seriously a little bite of heaven every time I ate one!!

Anonymous said...

Hi im english so I don't know what 2 cubes of butter is or what 2 sticks are either would it be equivalent to a cup?

Anonymous said...

And what sugar do I use? Granulated or caster sugar?

Lorianne Archibald said...

Granulated sugar and 1 stick of butter is equal to a half cup. So yes 1 cup of butter. Happy fudge making.

Anonymous said...

What size can of evaporated milk? There's a small one (5oz) and a bigger one about twice that size.