AMERICAN HERITAGE® Historic Fudge

A charming take on a classic from the New-York Historical Society's BV Cookery, circa early 20th Century, gets a modern-day boost from AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate. Perfect for sharing!

AMERICAN HERITAGE® Historic Fudge

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A charming take on a classic from the New-York Historical Society’s BV Cookery, circa early 20th Century, gets a modern-day boost from AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate. Perfect for sharing!

Recipe courtesy of Mars Wrigley Confectionery.

For more on the history of chocolate and fun, educational events taking place around the July 4th holiday at historic American landmarks, click here.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups sugar
  • ½ cup AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate Drink Mix
  • Approximately 4 Tablespoons (the size of a large egg, with extra to grease the pan) Butter
  • 1 cup milk

Preparation

  • 1 "Boil until it's sugary on the sides of the pan and puffs up and is thick," is all the undated manuscript offers. We offer the following elaboration: Combine sugar, milk and AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate Drink Mix in a medium saucepan, stirring constantly. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer.
  • 2 To check if it's done, drop a small ball into a bowl of cold water. It should form a soft ball. Or use a sugar thermometer and cook until 240 degrees F. Remove from the heat and beat well with a spoon. The mixture should be very thick and about to set. Pour into a greased 8x8-inch baking pan and let cool. Cut into squares and serve.

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