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This is a very old recipe, first made in a candy store in the 1900s. This recipe might be modified from then, because I don't think you could buy sweetened condensed milk then.
In saucepan over low heat, combine sugar, syrup and milk. Cook till softball stage (240 degrees F)
Remove from heat and add butter and vanilla. Beat with electric mixer till fudge turns white (approximately 15 to 20 minutes). Move quickly and pour into a 13x9 or 8 inch square pan.
Note: Make sure you do not cook at too high heat and stir now and then but do not stir sides of pan because sometimes it makes fudge grainy.
Source: Quad City Times, 1999
By Elaine from IA
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My Mother made a delicious candy that was called Boston creme candy, but I cannot find the recipe. Does anyone have it? Thanks.
Found a recipe on Nancy's Kitchen that is called Boston Cream Candy.
6 c sugar
3 c whipping cream
2c white karo
2c chopped walnuts
Combine sugar,cream and syrup. Cook till medium hard ball will form in cold water. Remove from heat , beat till thick,add nuts. Pour in buttered pan till cooled.