A batch of fudge might look and pour out thinner than usual when it’s made with real fruit?

A batch of fudge might look and pour out thinner than usual when it’s made with real fruit?

Using real fruit or fruit-based products (such as apple cider) to make apple pie, strawberry nut or cranberry nut fudge—rather than a fruit mash—will often make the fudge appear thinner than normal when it’s poured from the kettle. It won’t have any effect on the final product and will set up just fine.

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