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Recipe For Quick Nut Fudge

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Faded, but cherished recipe

My mom cut this off a box of Domino confectioners sugar many, many years ago!

My mom cut this off a box of Domino confectioners sugar many, many years ago!

Recipes galore!

My mom loved clipping recipes from boxes, newspapers, and magazines. I have so many pieces of paper with recipes on them and some are starting to fade. I'm in the process of transferring them to my computer.

This fudge recipe came from a box of Domino confectioners sugar. I have no idea what year. I don't follow it to the letter, but you should be able to read it if you want to follow it exactly. Just click on the picture to make it larger.

The recipe below is how I made this particular batch of fudge. I made it for my guy and he hates nuts. I prefer making it with walnuts, but he deserves a treat every now and then! Either way, it's good! Enjoy!


Ingredients

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Confectioners sugar

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Fudge in buttered dish

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Quick Nut Fudge (minus the nuts!)


Ingredients:



  • 1 lb. confectioners sugar
  • 1/2 cup of cocoa
  • 6 tablespoons of margarine
  • 4 tablespoons of milk
  • 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract



Directions:



  1. Melt margarine in double boiler.
  2. Add milk and vanilla.
  3. Add confectioners sugar slowly.
  4. Add cocoa.
  5. Stir until smooth.
  6. Pour mixture quickly into a buttered dish.
  7. Cool.
  8. Cut into squares and share!


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Fudge!

Finished product. Note: as you can tell, my fudge is a tad bit too dry so make sure you measure liquids correctly and spread mixture in dish quickly.

Finished product. Note: as you can tell, my fudge is a tad bit too dry so make sure you measure liquids correctly and spread mixture in dish quickly.

Comments

Latoya on December 01, 2013:

My grandma used to make this same recipe, however i forgot some of the measurements so I found your recipe. I just made some and its in the fridge cooling now can't wait.

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on November 22, 2012:

cinndy 1, I'm not sure how you would add peanut butter to this recipe. You would have to add more of the wet ingredients, but I'm sure you could find the right recipe by trial and error. Good luck and thanks for the comment!

cinndy 1 on November 04, 2012:

I grew up on this fudge, however i lost the cardboard cut out from my Fathers receipe box. I am very glad to find it again. This is the fudge I remember. However my family likes peanut butter fudge. Any ideas hoe to add peanut butter to this

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on February 26, 2012:

Joshua, you must really like it! I'm glad you do!

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on February 21, 2012:

Viking, I hope you enjoy it! Thanks for the votes!

L M Reid from Ireland on February 21, 2012:

Looks like an easy fudge recipe to follow. I love fudge sweets so will give this one a go!

Thanks for SHARING. Up and useful

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on February 07, 2012:

Thanks for the votes! I hope you enjoy the fudge!

Your hubs look very informative. I'm glad there's someone out there that can explain credit cards and risks!

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on February 07, 2012:

amberld, your way sounds delicious and sweet!

Thanks for the vote and for sharing!

Amber White from New Glarus, WI on February 07, 2012:

looks easy and good. I usually make mine just with chocolate chips and Sweetened condensed milk, and I will have to try it this way now for Valentine's Day! voted up and SHARED!

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on February 07, 2012:

Christin, I bet that was awesome seeing all those old clippings! I'm keeping all of my mother's old clippings after I put the recipes on my computer. I wouldn't dare throw them away. I am a bit of a pack-rat!

Thanks for the comment!

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on February 07, 2012:

DzyMsLizzy: We do need a delicious button! Never thought of that one!

Thanks for the vote and thank you very much for sharing!

Christin Sander from Midwest on February 07, 2012:

mmm that looks yummy. I love vintage recipes and my grandmother used to do the same thing. We had boxes of little note cards and scraps. Some of our best "base recipes" have come from those old clippings. We aren't much on sweets around here, but when I want chocolate or fudge, I like the real deal like this :) nice hub.

Liz Elias from Oakley, CA on February 07, 2012:

Ah, once again, missing that "delicious" button... ...

Voted up, however -- it sounds wonderful and looks super-easy.

Shared as well.

Lisa (author) from Tennessee on February 06, 2012:

perfectperception: Good luck! I hope yours turns out better than this batch. Thanks for the comment and votes!

perfectperception from USA on February 06, 2012:

Looks pretty easy and I love chocolate. I'll have to try this one. Thanks! Voted up!

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