Wooden Spoon When Cooking Fudge

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When making fudge, use a wooden spoon not metal. Heat from the fudge will go to the spoon and it takes longer for the fudge to come to the right stage.


By Janette from Parkersburg, WV

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October 27, 20120 found this helpful

I was told to never use a wooden spoon, when making candy, as it could have moisture in it and upset the recipe. Anyone else heard that?

October 27, 20120 found this helpful

I DO use a wooden spoon. But my reason was not science. Wooden spoons do not scratch Teflon surfaces. Never had any problems.

December 16, 20160 found this helpful

my recipe called for a metal pan for my fudge. i didn't see the used glass disg til it was to late. will my chocolate fudge still turn out?

January 2, 20180 found this helpful

I made a pan of fudge & it hardened before I could pour it out. Now it is like a rock - anything I can do to soften it? HELP!!!!!

November 24, 20210 found this helpful

Do you have to grease the wax paper? I remember my mom ALWAYS greased a plate with BUTTER.. A LOT OF BUTTER.. then she would use a plate and pour it on and it would set up and she could cut it and was the BEST...


She has passed away and I see to use wax paper.. and I am thinking do I skip the butter or PAM.. so please tell me, I want easy:)


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