Mackinac fudge is easy to make, and each bite is filled with chocolate joy!
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While Mackinac fudge isn't Michigan's official state dessert, it did make Michigan famous for it.
You can make the fudge in just an hour. First, mix together your two sugars, butter, and milk in a large pot.
Once the butter melts, add in the powdered sugar and cocoa powder.
Yes! There are three kinds of sugar in this fudge recipe! A thing to avoid is to make your fudge grainy. This is because the sugar has crystallized.
When you're melting your butter, don't take your spoon or mixing utensil out of the pot. Just keep on stirring until you're ready to take the mixture off the heat.
|Level:👩🏽🍳|Time: 1 hour|Serves: 40|
16 tablespoons butter
1 cup milk
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 cup cocoa powder
4 cups powdered sugar
In a large pot, melt the butter, milk, and two sugars over medium heat. Turn off the stove and add the cocoa powder and powdered sugar. Pour the mixture into a stand mixer and beat on high for 5 minutes until the mixture has cooled down.
In a greased square baking pan, pour in the fudge. Chill in your refrigerator until the fudge is firm. Then slice into squares.
- The Bored Baker 👩🏽🍳