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Friday, March 16, 2012

Buttermilk Fudge

Moe was looking for something sweet the other night.
So, I made him a batch of fudge.
I had some buttermilk in the fridge that I wanted to use up.

 I made my Maple Cream Fudge using the buttermilk instead of heavy cream.

The fudge had the same creamy smooth texture, but with a slightly tangy flavour.

Since the fudge had to set, he got the wooden spoon  and the pot to lick out.
That satisfied the craving.


  1. I would be right there licking the spoon!!!

  2. Hi, can't wait to taste this, I'm subbing our maple granulated for the white, also, it takes a lot longer to reach softball than 7 minutes

    1. Mdubie, thank you for your comment. I've timed the process on more than one occasion. And seven minutes, after the mixture comes to a boil works for me. But, making fudge does require some adjustments, depending on ingredients, weather and altitude. You can't go on time alone.


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