Help needed - Microwave Fudge Recipes

Does anyone have a great Microwave Fudge Recipie. I use to have a Southern Living "No Fail" Microwave Fudge and cannot find it anywhere. One of my 4 gremlins (adult kids) must have "borrowed" it. Grrrrr.

Any help appreciated!!!
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I did have one but can't find it :roll: . It was from an Amana Radarange cookbook with an orange cover.. You can probably find it online somewhere, it was made with chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff and had nuts (I think). If I find the recipe I'll post it for you.
Oh, there are so many recipes. I know the cookbook, but I got rid of it last spring....ARGH! Maybe this will spur on your memory:
Amazing Microwave Fudge

2 cups granulated sugar
2 cups brown sugar, packed
3/4 cup butter
1 cup evaporated milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup semisweet or milk chocolate chips
1/2 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup chopped nuts (optional)
Line bottom and sides a 9-inch square baking pan with lightly buttered waxed paper or aluminum foil. Set aside.
Mix first 5 ingredients together in large microwave safe bowl. Microwave on HIGH for 15 minutes.
Remove from microwave oven and quickly beat in vanilla and flour. Stir in chocolate chips, peanut butter and nuts, stirring until chocolate has melted and mixture is blended well. Allow to cool at room temperature to firm.
Lift from pan; peel away waxed paper and cut into squares.
Makes about 1 1/2 pounds fudge.

I'm pretty sure this is the right recipe, but keep the fudge cold or it gets pretty soft.

Marshmallow Cream Fudge
Preparation Time: 8 minutes

Microwave Cooking Time: 15-17 minutes

1/2 cup butter/margarine
2 cups sugar
1 carton (5 oz.) evaporated milk (2/3cup)
1pk (12 oz) semi-sweet chocolate morsels OR 2 cups milk chocolate Morsels)
1 Jar (7-10 oz) marshmallow cream
1 tbsp vanilla
1 cup nuts, chopped (optional)

Place butter in 9x9x2 inch dish. Heat in microwave on full power for one minute or until melted. Blend in sugar and evaporated milk. Mix well. Cook in microwave on level eight (medium to high) for 15-17 minutes or until softball stage is reached. Stir mixture frequently during cooking time. Blend in chocolate morsels, marshmallow cream, vanilla and nuts. Stir until smooth. Chill until firm. Cut into one-inch squares. Store in airtight container.
I have a great recipe for micro brownies;

2 oz unsweetened chocolate 1/2 c flour
1/2 c sweet butter 1 tbsp vanilla
2 eggs 1/2 tsp salt
3/4 c sugar 1 c nuts
1 tsp b powder 1 c choc chips
combine unsweetened chocolate & butter. Micro cook on high 1-2 min. stir and finish melting chocolate. Beat eggs in large bowl. Add melted choc, sugar, flour, b powder, & salt. Blend well, add nuts & chips. Pour into a 9” deep dish pie plate. Micro cook on high 8 min, will firm up as it cools.

Going to try the fudge, which one should I try?
Has anyone tried either?
I found this link ... _id=258967
here is the main link ... _1,00.html
I've made the marshmallow fudge, it's good. I'm going to try the brownies, they sound yummy :)
Great! :D :D :D I knew I could count on the forum. Only bad thing is now I have to try them all! Oh, happy day! People don't call me a choc-o-holic for nothing!!

Anyone else have a recipie to pass a long??
No, but if you need a taste tester.........the marshmellow fudge is always so good, but so rich it hurts my mouth just to think about it.
:lol: :lol: :lol: I will be sure to let you know!
Sue, just made the brownies...YUMMY! I think I overdid the time a little but Gabe was howling at the moon, Luke was crying to get up, and Rosco was licking my feet in the sincere hope that I had spilled something on them :roll: . Those guys just don't get it, when you need chocolate you need it now :evil: BTW, since no serving amount was given I'm assuming 2 :lol:
I always thought it was a serving for one :D ?

I have made them many times over many years.
They always were easy when my kids forgot to tell me about a bake sale until the last minute.

I also taught an after-school cooking class & the easier the recipe the better.

Anyway as you know all microwaves are different once you have made them
you will know the time needed for yours.

They are very rich, enjoy!
shelby,corky,&fergus' wrote:
I always thought it was a serving for one :D ?

Uh, how many batches does it take to make one serving?

We are on our third batch (tasters lining up at the door) and we still haven't found the right recipe. :( They are all good...very good, but still not the right one. Thanks everyone for your help.

Sue, thanks for the link. A great link for anyone looking for a recipe for just about anything, new or old. Found a lot of a new ideas.

Anyone else have a great fudge recipe? I am still looking. The one I am looking for is made in the microwave, extremely easy, uses 1 box confectioners sugar, cocoa and other ingredients.
Yea, I think I found it!!! At least, it looks like what I remember of "my" recipe. I found it through another link

Microwave Fudge
1 (1 lb.) box confectioners sugar
1/2 cup cocoa
1/4 cup milk
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, cut in chunks (mine called for butter or margarine)
1/2 cup chopped nuts, optional
1 tsp. vanilla
In microwave-safe mixing bowl, combine all ingredients except nuts and vanilla. Microwave on HIGH three minutes, stirring after each minute. Remove from microwave and stir by hand until mixture is well mixed; add nuts and flavoring. Stir until smooth and creamy. Pour into buttered 8-inch square pan. Cool until firm or place in refrigerator for 20 mintues. Cut in squares.

I won't be able to try this one till this week-end, but if anyone else has a chance to try it, please let me know what you think about it.
I just did a search on the Southern Living site and the only recipe they had listed was with chocolate chips. I'm glad you found the right one, I'll have to try it.
The fudge was really good and it was still hot when I tried some :oops:. A great last minute hostess gift since the ingredients are things usually at hand. Never one to leave a good thing alone for the next batch I think I'll swirl in some peanut butter or do some add-ins.
The last recipe posted is from the Amana Radarange Cookbook. I've been using it for decades and have always had great success.
I can't find it right now but one of the best and easiest recipes I've tried had very few ingredients, number one being condensed milk... I'll try to dig it up.
Aha! ... ipeId=3968
So who needs my address to mail me some fudge????? :excited:
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