Return mixture to saucepan over very low heat and aff the rest of the ingredients, except the walnuts, adding the powdered sugar a portion at a time.
Once all the sugar has been added, the mixture should be thick. Add walnuts if using, and pour into a loaf pan. Refridgerate until firm. It takes awhile for it to firm up so waiting overnight is best :)
By Lisa from Halifax, NS
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hi, i was just looking at your different fudge recipe, really you cant tell thats in it? i love avocados, but some of my family dont, maybei could fool them,haha. thanks.
Looks like a great recipe! I'd really like to try it. However, where I live avacoados come in many shapes and sizes. Do you know what the actual measurement of avacado flesh (like 1 cup..2 cups?) is needed for this recipe?
I love avocado's! I am willing to try this though what can I sub for margarine. I refuse to use margarine for anything except maybe as a shoe polish:) Would real butter work here or maybe something even healthier?
thanks for a good sounding recipe
Editor's Note: Butter is usually interchangeable with margarine in recipes.
BE CAREFUL! Many people are ALLERGIC TO AVOCADOS, along with almonds or peanuts. And avocados are not a common ingredient, so someone who does not suspect the fudge may consume freely, sometimes a very small amount may cause a severe reaction. It sure is a great recipe if there are no issues, though. May I suggest simply inquiring, or informing. The trade off of "no one knowing," to the recipients' ( or their families, or a guest in their home to whom they serve the delicious convection) well-being is up to you, but I suspect you'd rather say, "I made this with avocado! ", or the recipient say when offering, "Lisa made this with avocados! ",
than, " I'm so sorry. I didn't know." I have always found it helpful to list the ingredients of my homemade gifts , and affix it to the bottom of the box. Happy, Healthy Holidays!
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