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Peanut-chocolate Fluff Fudge

Author/Submitted by: Magazine clippings- 1940's to 1970's Green Bay Press Gazette (newspaper), December 13, 1978
Servings: 0
Categories: Chocolate / Christmas / Desserts / Fudge

Ingredients:

-----PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE-----
2  cups  Sugar
1  cup  Milk
1/2  teaspoon  Salt
1  cup  Marshmallow cream
1/2  cup  Peanut butter

-----CHOCOLATE FUDGE-----
2  cups  Sugar
1  cup  Unsweetened cocoa
1/4  teaspoon  Salt
1  cup  Milk
3  tablespoons  Butter or margarine
1  cup  Marshmallow cream
1  teaspoon  Vanilla extract

Directions:
1. Peanut Butter Fudge: Grease 10 by 7 inch baking pan; set aside. (If making only one kind of fudge, use 8 by 8 inch baking pan.) Into 6 quart heavy saucepan, measure sugar, milk and salt. Over medium heat,heat to boiling, stirring constantly.

2. With candy thermometer in place, cook, without stirring, until temperature reaches 235-F or soft ball stage (when a small amount of mixture dropped into very cold water forms a ball which flattens on removal from water). Remove saucepan from heat.

3. Without stirring, allow mixture to cool to 110-F or lukewarm, about 45 minutes (bottom of pan will feel comfortably warm).

4. Stir in marshmallow cream and peanut butter. With wooden spoon, beat mixture until it holds its shape and loses some of its gloss, about 5 to 7 minutes. Turn fudge into prepared pan. Allow fudge to set, about 30 minutes.

5. Meanwhile, prepare Chocolate Fudge. Pour chocolate layer over peanut butter layer; allow to set completely.

6. Chocolate Fudge: Into 6 quart heavy saucepan measure sugar, cocoa and salt. Over medium heat, gradually add milk and butter or margarine. Stirring constantly, heat to boiling.

7. With candy thermometer in place, cook, without stirring, until temperature reaches 235-F or soft ball stage (when a small amount of mixture dropped into very cold water forms a ball which flattens on removal from water). Remove saucepan from heat.

8. Without stirring, allow mixture to cool to 110-F or lukewarm, about 45 minutes (bottom of pan will feel comfortably warm).

9. Stir in marshmallow cream and vanilla. With wooden spoon, beat mixture until it holds its shape and loses some of its gloss, about 5 to 7 minutes. Turn into prepared pan.

Servings: about 3 pounds


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