2020.11.25 – Granny Walsh’s Fudge – Favorite Family Recipe

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Diane Mercer

Summary:

  • Here’s my story and I’m sticking to it
  • The recipe

Detail:

Here’s my story and I’m sticking to it

I lived on a small street in Southern California where 60 kids grew up. I was one of those kids. We seemed to always end up hanging out at one particular house. The mom that lived in that house was always so kind to everyone. Twice a year, Thanksgiving and Christmas, she would make fudge from scratch. What a treat it would be to have some of her fudge. Sometimes, I would have the privilege to help her by holding the pan while she used a wooden spoon to pour it out into the 13” x 9” pan.

Later I became her daughter-in-law and she gave me the recipe so I could make it myself. Grand kids came and her love for us all grew even more. The grand kids called her Granny. So, I am calling this recipe Granny Walch’s Fudge. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did and still do to this day.

The recipe

  • Stir in large pan
    • 4 1/2 Cups Sugar
    • 1 can Evaporative Milk
    • 1 stick Butter (not margarine)
  • Cook
    • Medium heat
    • Stir continuously until rolling boil
  • Cover with lid
    • Continue boiling
    • Medium heat
    • 5 minutes
  • Remove heat
    • Add 10 oz Miniature Marshmallow
    • Stir until completely melted
  • Add
    • 12 oz Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
    • Stir until melted
    • 4 oz Sweet Chocolate
    • Stir until melted
    • 2 oz Unsweetened Chocolate
    • Stir until melted
  • And last but not least
    • 1 Tablespoon of Pure Vanilla
    • Mix thoroughly
  • Pour
    • Into a lightly greased 13″ x 9″ pan
    • Cool
    • Eat (OK, I shouldn’t have had to tell you that one)

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