White Jelly Bean Fudge

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Diane Jividen

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@thimbles4me

I saw a picture of something simular this and the search was on.
Went back to the basic recipe on the back of the jar and mixed it up a bit.
I really did a boo boo with it though I forgot to add the Vanilla but it still really taste good. I took it in for a pot luck and it didn't last long and got lot of yumms from my co workers.

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Ingredients

  • 1 jar(s)
    7 ounce marshmellow cream
  • 3/4 c
    butter or margaine
  • 1 can(s)
    evaporated milk
  • 1 1/2 pkg
    white chocolate
  • 3 c
    sugar
  • 1 tsp
    vanilla extract
  • 1
    bag jelly beans

How to Make White Jelly Bean Fudge

Step-by-Step

  1. Line a 9 inch square inch pan with foil.
  2. Bring sugar,butter, and milk to a full roiling boil in a large saucepan stiring constently on medium heat.
  3. Boil 4 minutes or until it reaches 234 F On a candy themometer
  4. Remove move heat
  5. Add white chocolate and melt stiring till smooth
  6. Add vanilla stir well
  7. Stir in Jelly Beans
  8. Pour into foil lined pan and let cool.

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