Creme Drop Fudge
By Daniel Frye fifey
Do you remember Creme Drops? I was talking with my 90 year old Uncle and he told me that when he was a kid he would go into town and buy a pound for 5 cents and eat them all on the way home. They are kinda hard to find but some stores carry them at Christmas time, I found them at Dollar General. Please try this recipe it is too easy and boy are they good.
If not fully melted microwave a little longer.
If you want it more chocolaty add 2 handfuls of chocolate chips.
If fudge is too soft reduce butter to 1 Tablespoon.
Patricia smith jojoandsamson - Dec 5, 2012
what size package of creme drops.As a child some 70 years ago, my grandma used to keep a jar of these in her room, just waiting for me to sneak one or two, which I did when ever I could. they were so yummy to me! Thanks for the memories!
Daniel Frye fifey - Dec 6, 2012
Glad to bring back some special memories from the past. My Dad would ask me to get him a couple of bags of these for him to snack on while sitting in his easy chair watching TV. The bag I got from Dollar General was 7.5 oz and I have also used 9 oz bag in the past, either size is okay. Pop loved his sweets and he was amazed that I could turn a bag of his favorite candy into a batch of fudge in a couple of minutes. I really miss him and Mama too, they both passed in March 6 days apart, I sure miss cooking for them.
Christine Saqui Christine_Saqui - Dec 13, 2012
To my delight, I have found these Creme Drops in the impulse item area of Hobby Lobby in Indiana and Illinois. I thought I was the only person around who was buying these. I remember seeing them somewhere as a kid...and never forget how much I loved them.
Lynn Smith Lynnbs - Dec 20, 2012
Made my first batch tonight!!! Got my 8 oz package of Zachary's Creme Drops at Walmart. Different versions of recipe, but thought i would give this one a try. So easy!!