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Does anyone have a really good maple fudge recipe? I have tried a couple, but haven't had good results.
-- Janet in Kansas (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 20, 2001
This one is called Maple cream, and we all love it, hope it turns out. 2cups brown sugar (yellow sugar) 1 1/2 cup milk 4 tbs butter 1 tsp vanilla 1 cup chopped nuts ( we never do)
Combine sugar and milk; heat , stirring just until sugar is melted. Boil to a soft-ball stage (235F to 240F). Take off fire, add butter and stir. Let cool until saucepan is luke warm. ADD VANILLA, Beat until it will just pour onto a plate. Then do as you will, we won't tell anyone.
-- jillian (email@example.com), November 20, 2001.
Hi Janet! I do have one that is very good and uses real maple syrup. But I have been looking for 1/2 an hour and I can't find it!!! This is going to drive me crazy, and I will keep looking!!
-- Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 21, 2001.
2 cup Sugar, granulated 1 cup Maple syrup 1/2 cup Light cream; 10% 2 tbsp Butter
Combine all ingredients in a medium saucepan. Cook and stir over medium high heat until boiling. Clip candy thermometer to side of pan, cook and stir over medium heat, til syrup reached temperature 238F (155C) on candy thermometer (soft ball stage) 25 to 35 minutes,. Remove from heat and cool without stirring to lukewarm (110F/45C) about 50 to 60 minutes. Remove candy thermometer and beat mixture with wooden spoon until color lightens and fudge begins to quickly set. Quickly press into well greased 8 inch square pan. Make in squares before fudge sets. When firm, cut into squares. MAKES 20 to 25 PIECES
-- Rose (email@example.com), November 21, 2001.