How do you fix fudge that didn’t Harden?
If your fudge will not set after heating and stirring, but it does not have a grainy texture, you have cooled your fudge properly, but you did not heat it to high enough a temperature during the cooking stage.
To reset soft fudge, return it to the pot and add in 1 to 1 1/2 cups of water per batch of fudge.
What causes fudge not to harden?
In many cases, the sugar, butter, and milk mixture needed to be cooked longer or to a hotter temperature. That’s usually the culprit when fudge doesn’t set. You can try reheating your fudge mixture by adding a little more evaporated milk and bringing it slowly back to the boil.
How do you fix condensed milk fudge that is too soft?
To fix soft fudge or hard fudge, simply follow these easy steps: Scrape the fudge back into a large saucepan and add 1 1/2 cups of water. Stir the fudge over low heat until it dissolves. Carefully taste the mixture, as the water probably diluted the flavor.5 Jan 2020
Can I freeze fudge to make it set?
Harden the fudge: Place your container or tins in the fridge for two hours or in the freezer, if you want it to set more quickly. Once it’s hardened, cut the fudge into 12 pieces or remove it from the muffin tins. Store in the fridge or the freezer (if you don’t devour it right away).30 Dec 2019