Fantasy Sweetheart Fudge

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Enjoy some of your very own homemade fudge with Grandma's recipe for Fantasy Sweetheart Fudge. This recipe for fudge candy is perfect for making a big batch of fudge to serve to guests coming to visit or to package up nicely and give as gifts for any occasion. Everyone loves fudge and its one of those quick dessert recipes you can whip up in just a short time. This recipe isn't just your typical chocolate fudge recipe either; it's a delicious blend of white chocolate with milk, walnuts, and marshmallow cream.

The servings for this recipe for fudge candy are nice and small, so you don't get an overload of sweetness, plus, each fudge piece is only 36 calories and satisfies any sweet tooth craving you may have. Fudge has been around for a long time, since 1886, and is thought to be a happy accident that was created while making caramels. You can enjoy this recipe for fudge candy and many other easy dessert recipes from the Grandmothers Kitchen recipe collection, and feel free to print them out to add to your own recipe collection to enjoy with family and friends.

With a name like Fantasy Sweetheart Fudge, this is a dessert recipe that you know is going to be good. And it's no wonder with ingredients like butter, walnuts, white chocolate and Marshmallow Creme, this recipe for fudge candy is sure to be a favorite. Just look at the photos for this sweet dessert recipe and your mouth will start to water. And the best part is that this recipe for fudge candy doesn't require a lot of ingredients, but you will need a candy thermometer. The walnuts in this recipe for fudge candy give the fudge a bit of crunch and pair perfectly with the white chocolate and marshmallow creme. This recipe for fudge candy can chill at room temperature, but you will want to make sure that it is set all the way through before you slice to serve to family and friends. This is a dessert recipe you can enjoy all year long, perfect to serve to guests, or to give as gifts.

This recipe for fudge candy calls for one cup of chopped walnuts. And while there is quite a bit of sugar in this recipe for fudge candy, the walnuts help to balance that out a bit. This recipe for fudge candy with chopped walnuts is a good reminder about all that is good with walnuts. Walnuts are a nut that is made up of good fats, which are an important part of any diet. When it comes to eating healthy, you want to try and stay away from saturated fats and consume good unsaturated fats. You will find these good unsaturated fats in walnuts. You can use walnuts for more than just this recipe for fudge candy and dessert recipes, you can also make walnuts a part of your daily diet. A good idea is to incorporate walnuts into your meal and food ideas and snacks as a simple way to get added nutrients into your diet. The unsaturated fats that are found in walnuts are good for both your body and your brain.

Provided you like walnuts you can make them a part of your daily diet. You can enjoy walnuts before or for breakfast, as a snack between meals, and as part of your lunch and dinner. A good idea is spread walnuts out in a thick layer on a baking sheet, and roast at 200 degrees F. You can roast the walnuts in the oven or a toaster oven. It should take about 15 to 20 minutes to roast the walnuts at this temperature, but you want to keep an eye on them and give the baking sheet a shake every so often to help redistribute the walnuts. This simple technique will further add to the flavor of the walnuts. You can roast them before you eat them raw, and they are also good to use in your food ideas, sauce recipes and more. Some of the ways you can enjoy walnuts include in this recipe for fudge candy, dessert recipes, brownie recipes, breakfast ideas, cookie recipes, raw, in salads and with vegetables. **

Nutrition Facts for: Fantasy Sweetheart Fudge From Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: Granulated sugar, butter, evaporated milk, walnuts, vanilla extract, white chocolate, marshmallow cream.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 117 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 36, Calories from Fat 8, Total Fat 0.9g 1%, Saturated Fat 0.6g 3%,Cholesterol 2mg 1%, Sodium 8mg 0%, Potassium 21mg 1%, Carbohydrates 7.3g 2%, Dietary Fiber 0.2g 1%, Sugars 6.9g, Protein 0.3g, Vitamin A 0%,Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 1%,Iron 1%

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