Lordy, lordy. I hardly know what to say.
When I posted the challenge for any one of you brave readers to make the Souper Cheesecake, it was merely an intellectual exercise. To this day, I don't know anyone who actually made it or even seriously contemplated making a cheesecake that contained Campbell's Condensed Cheddar Cheese Soup. At the time, fearless commenter Lester Nelson bravely left a note that read "I'll try it out and let you know what I think ..." and was never heard from again.
And now here we face the goodies-from-cheese situation again, this time in the form of fudge made of Velveeta processed cheese. No, not cheese - cheese food. What other edible has to identify itelf as "food" just to be sure you know what to do with it? Ever heard anyone say "meat food" or "Cheerios food"? No, I didn't think so. The reason is that you look at it, you know it's food. With Velveeta, well ... there's a reason they have to make sure that you know it's cheese food.
This fudge was actually made by a real live person, and she made it more than once, too. Go figure. Read the recipe, make the fudge and then decide if you can be as brave as all that. Don't thank me, thank Kitchenlogic, whose name couldn't be more ironic in light of this concoction.
Spray a 9 x 13 inch cake pan with PAM (imitation cooking spray)
1/2 pound Velveeta
1/2 pound butter
1/2 Tbsp. vanilla
1 2lb. bag of powdered sugar
1/2 cup cocoa powder
Nuts, if desired
Melt Velveeta and butter on top of stove (preferrably in a pan. Velveeta is shapely but it won't stay together when heat is applied). When melting is done, pour in remaining ingredients and mix using a hand mixer. Pour into pan and chill.
Look, you're on your own with this one. I'm only reporting it here in the interest of amusing information.