I love fudge, but I despise how expensive it is. I can totally agree that it is an art form and those who make it should be well-paid, but $12-14 per pound?!? Sorry, can’t do it. Learning to make it yourself will save you major bucks. (Or even give you something to sell during the holidays to make some extra money!)
This Pineapple Upside Down fudge is a fun twist on the treat giving you the flavor of Pineapple Upside Down cake in rich, luxurious fudge. The cherries and pineapple provide a tart balance to the sweet fudge.
Fudge, in its most basic form, is sugar and liquid that has been heated to 235 degrees and cooled to 110 degrees before being poured into the baking dish to set. This allows tiny sugar crystals to form that give you a smooth texture, rather than a grainy fudge.
Making fudge can be a very tricky process requiring constant monitoring of your temperatures. By using sweetened condensed milk and sweetened chocolate chips, we eliminate the need to add granulated sugar and monitor the temperature so closely.
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