5 Reviews

Finally, a batch of fudge that set up! I should've used a smaller pan.. No one told me HOW LONG it takes to get to a soft ball stage (236 degrees) .. takes forever, lol! Lots of boiling, so don't walk away. . it didn't actually look like a ball (is it supposed to??) but it reached the right degree.. I had crystallization, but I think it was b/c I was using a wire whisk.. anyway, very good! Will try again later this wk! Thank you!

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Amberngriffinco November 17, 2010

This fudge is excellent. I made a double batch that fit in a 9x13 in pan. I've shared it with family and my 2.5 year old niece can't get enough of it and neither can anyone else. Great stuff!

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sehalla December 04, 2009

this tastes very good but I could not get it to a softball stage so it never firmed up. It was like pumpkin taffee

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gossimer December 29, 2007

This was very good...I made a batch for Thanksgiving (like we need extra snacks around that weekend- lol:)- I used pumpkin pie spice mix like the other reviewer suggested & added mini chocolate chips as well(with the nuts) which at first melted in causing my fudge to become a swirly pumpkin orange and cocoa brown mix (a happy and yummy accident -lol :) )I then added more chips to the top of the pan as it was cooling...a lovely treat and everyone was extra thankful!!! :)

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free-free December 01, 2007

This fudge is delicious! I did use pumpkin pie spice in place of cinnamon. I will be making another batch for Thanksgiving, and a few batches as Christmas gifts for some coworkers. Excellent recipe, Karen!

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ElaineAnn October 23, 2006
Pumpkin Fudge