Residents love to reminisce about their days baking for their families and I've found a lot used to make fudge and love this simple recipe! They request we make it every couple weeks.

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Susan 20th Jun 2023 Activity Director

Hi Dana
I found this recipe for fudge in a bag Let us know how it turns out
Linda 15th Jul 2020 Diversional Therapy Asst
Thank you Solange, I'll try that. :)
Linda 8th Jul 2020 Diversional Therapy Asst
We made this yesterday, and it still isn't set!
Has anybody else had this problem?
Solange 9th Jul 2020 Diversional Therapist
Hi Linda, I'm sorry the fudge didn't set. It probably did not cook long enough. I am not a big fan of the microwave so I do it in the non-stick saucepan. You could try taking you fudge and putting it back in a no-stick saucepan with a teaspoon of butter (medium heat). Stir constantly until the mixture starts coming away from bottom and sides of the saucepan as you do in the recipe for Brigadeiro, the Brazilian bonbon. Anything cooked with condensed milk needs to be well cooked to set properly. I do hope this recommendation solves your problem.
Amy 3rd May 2020 Recreational Therapy
How much does it make?
Susan 28th Aug 2019 Activity Director
Hi Shelley
I love the fudge in the bag idea
Dana 19th Jun 2023 Activitie Co-ordinator
how do you make the ( fudge in the bag ) ? :)
Shelley 27th Aug 2019 Music therapist
thank you for the recipe. we have also made fudge in a bag, allowing for some sensory in the "squishing" of ingredients
Rebecca 28th Aug 2019 Therapeutic Recreational Assistant
yes! we've used that recipe as well, we call it our "squish fudge" lol
Susan 23rd Aug 2019 Activity Director
Thank you for this recipe it sounds easy and yummy