Fudge For One

By suzanne 277 750

Ingredients

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Directions

Mix sugar, cocoa and milk in 1 quart glass measuring cup. Microwave on high 1 minute. Stir down sides of cup and microwave 40 more seconds. Add butter and vanilla. Beat until thick. Chill until set

By IMAQT1962 from ILLINOIS

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 23, 2006

Question: do you chill the fudge while it's still in the glass measuring cup or do you put it into another conatiner?

Sounds delish!

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 23, 2006

POUR INTO ANOTHER SMALL CONTAINER

I USE A PLASTIC SANDWICH CONTAINER(SQUARE)

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 23, 2006

Question #2: does it matter what type of milk is used? I can't wait to try this recipe, as I'm a hopeless chocoholic!

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 23, 2006

I made this last night but it never got firm. What did I do wrong? But let me tell you it was yummy anyways!! ;)

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By Maryeileen 76 1,143 Flag

August 23, 2006

I like peanut butter fudge and I wonder if you could substitute peanut butter for the cocoa, although I'm not sure how much PB you would use. Any ideas?

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 24, 2006

NOT SURE WHAT WENT WRONG. I JUST CHILLED MINE AND ATE IT FROM THE CUP.BUT THE DIRECTIONS I HAD SAID TO CHILL TILL FIRM

SORRY :(

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

May 3, 2007

Hi, Do you think a TBS. of Chocolate Syrup could be used instead of Cocoa?

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

November 12, 2007

I have been making fudge for one for many years, but have never had a recipe or measurements to go by, but my approx measurements look like the ones in this recipe. I also add a dash of salt. If you use a smaller cup to cook it in, be sure and butter the sides or it will boil over, and sometimes will anyway. You might want to set your cup on a saucer just in case.

I add less margarine for that amount...maybe 1 tsp. and add it before cooking. I often add a TBSP or more peanut butter after the candy cooks. Beat it a few times and pour into a saucer or small dish you have buttered or pam sprayed. If you have a lower powered microwave you might need to cook it 20 seconds longer. If you still have problems of it getting firm, cut back one or two tsp. of milk. Hope this works for you. I love it. Let me know.

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