Tuesday, March 27, 2012


I think just about
with Christmas.
I know that I always
make several batches
of all different types
of fudge during the
Holiday Season.

I give them to my
enemies friends to 
that way I look thinner 
Pretty smart for a blond, huh?

I have a recipe for
for Spring.
I'm not sure where it came
from but I have used it for
several years.
It was probably the old
Taste Of Home magazine.
It is so good that you
will be licking the pan.
You will bow down
before me because
I am 
The Fudge Queen.

This is NOT a recipe
for those 
weak-willed people
that cannot refrain from
eating the whole pan...
Here you go-

1/2 cup REAL butter (no oleo)
One 4.5 oz cook & serve lemon pudding
(do not use instant pudding)
1/2 cup milk
3-3/4 cups confectioner's sugar
1 teaspoon lemon extract

Line a 9" square pan with foil
bringing it up the sides.
Use butter and heavily butter the foil
In large saucepan combine:
Pudding mix
Cook and stir over medium heat
until mixture has thickened.
Remove from heat.
Beat in confectionery sugar & lemon extract.
Pour into buttered pan and refrigerate.
Use tinfoil to lift fudge out of pan.
Cut into squares and store in fridge.

Serve to family and friends
and your skinny enemies.
Trust me-
You will have a new
Easter candy tradition.
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Pam Kessler said...


GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Lemon... sound perfectly lick-the-pan wonderful!

Tracey@Breathing English Air said...

This does sounds delicious, but I am supposed to be on a diet!

Japolina said...

One of my good friends makes amazing fudge. She weighs about 80 pounds and everyone around her is chunky!

Look delicious but I'm going to forget about this post. Have a great day Diana

Susan said...

Diane your fudge looks scrumptious!

Gina said...

Yum! I have never had lemon fudge, I bet it's delish!

Petie said...

Trying this today, as soon as I run to the store to buy the pudding. Thanks for sharing.

Dixie Delights said...

That sounds amazing!! Feed to your skinny enemies...lol. You crack me up girl!

Sherry said...

Diana, I love fudge and I love anything lemony, so this one sounds like a keeper. Thanks

Anonymous said...

oh wow, I havenever heard of this recipe before, I will tell my daughter about this, she will love this. Yummo! I think there is a method behind your madness, you're trying to fatten us all up! Just kidding, thankyou for sharing!

Kathy@ Gone North said...

You are hilarious.... ( & I now know where Sweet Cheeks gets it from : )
& I am going to try this one soon. Seriously, Lemon is my favorite flavor...I am now down almost 15 lbs... but this sounds worth the try...
Thanks for sharing

Sue said...

OMGee, this is going to be on my project list this weekend. Sounds absolutely delish! Refreshingly sweet! Thanks, Diana. :-)

Patty Patterson said...

Sounds like a tea party recipe to me! I'll have to try it and have a spring tea party!

Patti said...

Oh, Diana, this sounds divine!! I love lemon anything, so this is definitely a must-try recipe. Thanks so much for sharing.


Jettie said...

I think the next church luncheon, this will be my contribution to the dessert table.

Special 'K' said...

I laughed so hard when I read this post. Thanks ever so much for sharing. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

mo said...

Your so funny!

I love how you cross out words in your post...




Susie said...

Diana, I have never heard of lemon fudge...But it sure sounds good and looks great. Enjoy, Smiles, xo, Susie

Anonymous said...

Delicious idea! This sounds refreshing and yummy! I have a few skinny friends in mind too!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

I am making this FOR SURE! This not only sounds delicious but is very easy! My family will love me extra for this! Thanks, Diana!

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

I have never had lemon fudge but it looks fabulous! I copied your recipe because we are having a fundraiser event soon which has a lemon theme. I'm going to try your recipe because we may want this on our dessert table. Thanks so much for the recipe and there goes the 10 pounds I said I was going to lose before this event!

Debi WeeFaerie said...

Oh my.... that looks devine!

Unknown said...

Can I pin this ? I am doing "Pinterest" more and more now. so many cool ideas. My mum would have loved this stuff and I want to make it for a family get-together in April ... I know all my brothers and sisters will LOVE it ! It is unique to my knowing. my dad will love it too ...he is doing so good now Had his Gall bladder taken out and he is feeling so great now.

- KAT -

KimMalk said...

Sounds positively luscious, my friend! I definitely don't have any willpower, so I'd be gobbling it all up and being the chubby friend!

Maureen Wyatt said...

Never heard of lemon fudge and I think I need to give this a try! ~ Maureen

Rebecca Nelson said...

You are soooooooo funny! I'm laughing my lemon-fudge off! :)

Mr. AGPMan stands for "Mr. A Gathering Place Man". A Gathering Place is the name of my biz!

NOW YOU KNOW! Couldn't run it without him!


Mark said...

Whenever I feel down about my weight, I stand beside my fudge-eating friends and I immediately feel better about myself.

SImple and Serene Living said...

Unfair to share something so yummy when I have to be on a healthy diet. Wait, I have a really skinny friend who was just bragging about all the weight she lost (you know which friend I mean)I think I'll just email this to her :)

Debby said...

Yum Yum Lemon Fudge.
I think it's a good idea to give to your skinny friends.

Sue said...

I have never heard of such a thing, but why not? It sounds really good and it is so pretty! I've saved this one:)

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

I love all things lemon and I certainly love fudge, so this sounds like a perfect match!

Diana LaMarre said...

Oh, my, I LUV lemon and have never made lemon fudge. I am printing this out right now!

Donna said...

OK, the West Coast Fudge Queen is going to try this one!

I love fudge! I love making it, cleaning up after it is made (oh yummy - lickin' those pans!!) and eating it (although it's not on our diet right now - thinking I need a free day!!)

Lemon anything, anytime is my favorite, so lemon fudge - I may have to send you a thank you for this one!


KrippledWarrior said...

The only thing I hate more than fudge is lemon fudge. So don't send any to my house at: Santee Ca. lol

NanaNor's said...

Hi, This sounds so yummy but I might just give it to those skinny folk who need some extra fluff-which isn't me!
Thanks for sharing the recipe! Have a great evening.
Hugs, Noreen

Nellie said...

This sounds absolutely delicious!

Patsy said...

This is a new idea for me...but you had me at LEMON! Simply must try this! Hugs, Patsy

Julie Harward said...

I think I will be making this...I love anything lemon! Thanks for being generous with the calories! ;)

Kelly said...

That sure sounds yummy! I love lemon desserts. Your fudge sounds alot like lemon bars. Great idea for Easter!

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

Lemon fudge- who knew? I love lemon bars and lemon anything. I'm trying to imagine what it tastes like.
It better be good, Diana. If I give up my chocolate for lemon and I'm disappointed...
well, you'll be in big trouble., Miss Fudge Queen.

Rebecca said...

Hi Diana
Lemon fudge sounds wonderful... especially now that I have been dieting... low carb no less.
Have a wonderful week... eating that bit of heaven

Holly said...

my mouth is watering...yummy! Thank you for the recipe.

Antigone said...

O.K. I have to try this!!!!!
Thank you for the recipe-

Terry @ La Bella Vie said...

Diane your fudge looks so stinking good, and I just copied and printed the recipe to save it for when my kitchen is done...can't wait to make this to "give away" :O)

Thanks again for coming by the blog...you are so encouraging!

Suzanne@Meridian Road said...

Oh, my gosh! That sounds SO good!

Anonymous said...

What a unique and pretty recipe. I would love this.

Janet said...

Hi there,

My goodness girl, you always have so many comments from friends. :)

That fudge looks yummy. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Thank you for your kind comments on my blog. My sister is doing ok. I spoke with her today. :)

Have a good day, Don't eat all the fudge. :)

Take care, Janet W

Karen thisoldhouse2.com said...

OK.. I'm gonna trust you. :-)

And I'm gonna make this stuff.. darn it.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

This is the perfect recipe for my...ahem...friends! Hee Hee...

LANA said...

I've never seen lemon fudge before, but around here we all love anything lemon so you can be sure I will be trying this recipe! By the way, I am often referred to as Nana Lana.