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    Looking for a T & T Pumpkin Fudge recipe. TIA

  • #2
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    Sounds yummy! I wish someone had a recipe to post


    • #3
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      I just posted a recipe over in my Homemade Candy thread.I would post it here to but I dont have enough time right now.


      • #4
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        Creamy Pumpkin Fudge:
        Makes about 4 dozen pieces of fudge.

        1&1/2 c.sugar
        2/3 c.evaporated milk
        1/2 c.canned pumpkin
        2 T.butter
        1&1/2 tsp.pumpkin pie spice
        1/4 tsp.salt
        2 c.miniature marshmallows
        1(12oz.)pkg.white chocolate chips
        1/2 c.chopped walnuts,toasted
        1 tsp.vanilla

        Line an 8" square baking pan w/aluminum foil,extending foil over 2 sides of pan.Butter foil,set aside.

        Butter the sides of a heavy medium saucepan.Combine sugar,evaporated milk,pumpkin,butter,pumpkin pie spice & salt in saucepan.Stirring constantly,bring mixture to a boil over medium heat,boil 12 minutes.Remove from heat.Add marshmallows,chips,walnuts & vanilla,stir till chips & marshmallows melt.Pour into prepared pan.Chill till firm.

        Use ends of foil to lift fudge from pan.Cut into 1" squares.Store in an airtight container in refrigerator.


        • #5
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          Thank u so much for posting this Allie!

          There are some recipes that call for marshmallow crème but to me the marshmallows are easier to deal w/in a recipe.
          Last edited by D'sMom; 12-07-2013, 04:39 PM.


          • #6
            Re: T & T Pumpkin Fudge

            I know this is a little late but I make lots & lots (grin ) of pumpkin, peanut butter and peppermint fudge every year from about Oct-Jan.
            because I give it to so many people from my mail-man, paper girl, friends and everyone in between. I make mine in the microwave because I have problems with my hands and right wrist and cannot stand and continually stir something so I figured out another way to do it.
            If you are interested in the recipes, just let me know. I also make fig preserves and apple butter in my large crock pot and they both turn out beautifully. I will be more than glad to share my recipes with you.......I love this website and the friendly people who post on it.
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            • #7
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              Kaypankle, yes would love the recipes !!!! Maybe post them


              • #8
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                Microwave Pumpkin Fudge c = cup t = teaspoon

                1 ½ c. granulated sugar
                1 ½ c. packed light brown sugar
                ¾ c. ( 1 ½ sticks ) unsalted butter, cut into small slices
                2/3 c. evaporated milk ( store brand )
                2/3 c. canned pumpkin (store brand , but not pumpkin pie filling ! )
                1 t. ground cinnamon
                ½ t. ground ginger
                ¼ t. nutmeg
                1/8 t. cloves
                1/8 t. allspice
                2 c. vanilla flavored baking chips (12 ounce package)
                1 jar ( 7 oz. ) marshmallow cream ( store brand )
                1 ½ t. vanilla extract ( I use pure vanilla but use whatever you have )

                Line a 13x9” pan length-wise with foil, leaving some foil hanging off both ends to use to lift cooled candy out of pan. ( I never did this until last year and it helps so much that now I wouldn’t do it any other way! )You can butter/spray the foil; I just peel it off after I take cooled candy from pan. It’s up to you.

                Put the white sugar, brown sugar, butter, evaporated milk, pumpkin, and spices in a 2 qt.
                Pyrex measuring bowl. ( be sure to butter inside rim down about 2” to keep hot mixture from boiling over. ) Stir to combine.

                Put in microwave and bring the mixture to a boil, 6-8 min. or so. Carefully remove from microwave and stir .

                Put back in microwave and bring to a boil again, set timer after it starts boiling again and boil continually for 11 minutes. ( no stirring this time ! )

                Remove from microwave and add baking chips and marshmallow cream and stir vigorously until chips are mostly melted, 1-1 ½ min. ( Be very careful to not get it on you; use long handled spoon! )

                Quickly stir in vanilla extract and put into the prepared pan ; mixture will start setting up very quickly. If desired, spray a wide spatula and use it to press candy into corners of pan.. Score while hot.

                Let mixture cool on wire rack . Cut while still warm; finish cooling.
                Yield will depend on how large you cut the squares.

                * you can do all of your candy recipes that call for a set cooking time like this.
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