The Mallory Project

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More Pumpkin Fudge

on November 28, 2013

It turned out really great. The pumpkin purée took a lot of time (about two hours) and probably could have been blended a little bit longer (it was still a little chunky) but it ended up working really well.

While making the fudge, I did a few things differently, which I would fix in the future. Instead of using a 3 quart saucepan, like it says in the recipe, I grabbed a 2 quart, and the fudge mixture boiled over a time or two, so I had to turn down the temperature. I also didn’t let the white chocolate chips melt all the way (all the stirring hurt my wrists.)

But even with the chunks of chocolate, the fudge tasted amazing. It was like a tiny bite of pumpkin pie.

Have you ever tried to make your own pumpkin purée or pumpkin fudge? Let me know if you have, or if you want to try this recipe. I wanna hear from you!

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