Classic Penuche Fudge

Classic Penuche Fudge

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Classic Penuche Fudge
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In case you're not familiar with penuche fudge (pronounced pen-oo-chee), it is a candy made from butter, milk, vanilla, and brown sugar. What sets penuche apart from other fudge is the brown sugar, since most fudge is made with white sugar. The brown sugar lends butterscotch and maple tones to this old-fashioned favorite. It can also have a richer flavor compared to other types of fudge. If you're looking for an easy fudge recipe that's sweet, creamy, and ridiculously delicious, try making this Classic Penuche Fudge.

Cooking Vessel Size8 x 8 inch Baking Dish

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I had never heard of this before by that name, though I think I've eaten this variety of fudge at least once over the years judging by the photos provided. The writer states there are a number of versions of this online, but the recipe she contributes is a very simple one. I need to make this up to see if it's something I remember. Fudge of whatever variety doesn't last long in our house, especially if the grandkids are visiting.

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