Fudge Help

Baking By smile22 Updated 6 Nov 2015 , 3:21pm by chikki

smile22 Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 12:27am
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does anyone make fudge i need some advice, i have this really old family fudge recipe that i make every year but the recipe calls that when the fudge is done i drop by teaspoon fulls onto wax paper so they can set when they set it looks like candy drops


well i wanted to also try and make some different fudge as well but using the rectangle pans like you see in the candy shops cabellas etc , what kind of pans do they use and sizes are they like the standard 9x13 cake/brownie pans? or are they smaller?  or are they special pans you have to buy 


also looking to see if anyone has a fudge recipe for cookies and cream and something with chocolate and mint for the holidays like a layered fudge


thanks

4 replies
pechee Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 2:59am
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I just use a regular 9x13 cake pan for my fudge.  I line mine with wax paper first. .  

Magda_MI Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 8:22am
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My mom used to use an 8x8 pan for her fudge.  I suspect it depends on the size of the recipe.

smile22 Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 12:51pm
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ok thanks for the help 




chikki Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 3:21pm
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I line a brownie tin or two (depending on how much I make), I like it to be a bit thicker.  I love Jamie Olivers fudge recipe, you can dress it up.  I put sprinkles on the top or crumbled honeycomb in fall.  He has a mint chocolate recipe that reminds me of after eight mints/andes.

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