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Fudge Recipes
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Fudge is a relatively recent addition to the world of chocolate delights. The modern fudge recipe was said to have been invented at Vassar College, a university for women in the United States, around 1886. The original fudge recipe, called Vassar Fudge, was sold at a fundraising bake sale and was a great success.

Since then there have been many variations on the original recipes and there are quite a few ways to make delicious fudge. We have collected here a number of the original fudge recipes from the late 1800s.

The recipes were clipped from a number of old cookbooks from the era, and you will notice that they do not use references to stove temperatures because in those days the chocolate was melted on a fire, and therefore it was not possible to regulate the temperature as with modern stoves. Still, with a little know how or experimentation it should be possible to adapt these fudge recipes to modern cooking methods while still retaining their old fashioned goodness.

One of the things that I like about these recipes is that they are relatively simple and use few ingredients.

These recipes were clipped from a number of old cookbooks

  • Cocoanut Fudge
    Just a little bit of sugar, cocoanut and a few other ingredients and you will have a great fudge. If you love cocoanut, this fudge recipe will be sure to please.

  • Raisin Fudge
    Some chocolate, raisins, and molasses, and voila!

  • Mary France's Fudge Recipe
    The basic ingredients are chocolate, vanilla, milk, and butter. Tastes great.

  • Pennsylvania Dutch Fudge
    This is an old fashioned fudge recipe originating in Pennsylvania Dutch country.

  • Fudge
    A slightly different fudge recipe that calls for walnuts or marshmallows. Very nice.

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