6 Reviews

Made this for Easter and it was a big hit. Easy to make and both kids and adults loved it. Gave out the recipe three times. Thanks for a simple and great recipe.

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Beansy April 10, 2007

Wow talk about sweet!! Very pretty though, and not too difficult. Kids loved it :) Thanks for sharing!

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Little Old Me October 31, 2004

My guys do not like jelly beans....so I substituded M&M's...the pastel easter ones. They were in seventh heaven!!! A very easy recipe to put together. It would probably be good with choclate chips, chocolate frosting and jelly beans/m&m's also

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Denise in NH April 17, 2004

i'm a huge sugar fan, so jelly beans in anything sounds good to me. my high hopes for this quick and easy recipe may be the source of my disappointment. it wasn't awful, but not something i would make again.

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bascojen April 08, 2004

this was beyond easy. Colorful and delicious!!! I used plain old Nestle white morsels and Duncan Hines frosting and Jelly Belly jelly beans. Great for an Easter Party, but in my mind jelly beans are an all year treat. Your recipe is great and easy and yum!!!!

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mandabears March 31, 2004

This is *SWEET* sweet, and wonderfully colorful! I used Lindt white chocolate (which made this have an ivory hue and a smooth, rich taste), and Jelly Belly jelly beans (which are perfectly sized to suspend in the mixture). By the end of our weekly "American Idol" party (!!!) there was none left......and I will definately be making some more for Easter! Thanks for such a whimsical and highly edible recipe;)

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JamesDean'sGirl March 31, 2004
Jelly Bean Fudge