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Say Cheese Product: Velveeta Fudge for Serious Eats

Chances are that if Velveeta even figures into your Super Bowl planning, it's probably intended as a nacho topping or as an ingredient in packaged macaroni and cheese. But it's a grievous error not to include it in your dessert menu too: as it turns out, it's actually a key ingredient in delicious fudge.

I'll admit that I was skeptical about a fudge which employs a "cheese product" that isn't even in the dairy aisle at the grocery store. But the concept is endorsed by Paula Deen, goddess of all things delicious and fatty--and when she says fudge is better with a healthy dose of Velveeta, I believe her.

You can find more--and the full recipe!--over on Serious Eats.

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Reader Comments (5)


January 25 | Unregistered CommenterRosalie

what a neat blog! i, too, have tasted cheese fudge (i forgot the name of the company but they ship out of wisconsin). it is deeee-lisshhh-ious!!!!! thanks for visiting!

January 25 | Unregistered Commentercorinne

I saw Paula Deen make that for a holiday special of Iron Chef America! But since I cannot stand the idea of eating Velveeta on its own, the thought of having it in fudge still makes me queasy.

January 25 | Unregistered CommenterKatie

My friend made fudge this Christmas with velveeta in it. I attributed it on her recent relocation to the Midwest...turns out it's apparently a standard fudge ingredient in Champaign, IL!

January 28 | Unregistered CommenterMeaghan
That is total crazy town! I can't even imagine it haha ... But I do love your drawings, as usual. :)

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