Prep 10 mins
Cook 45 mins
"Celebrity All-Occasion Cooking" Volume 1 & 2 are fundraising vehicles offered to non-profit charitable organizations. The biggest attracation in one of these volumes is Princess Diana's fudge recipe. This was posted in the May 25/85 issue of the Winnipeg Free Press.
- Put sugar, butter and water into a large non-stick saucepan.
- Stir gently until sugar is dissolved.
- Add milk and bring to boil.
- Simmer on very low heat until mixture thickens and browns; this could take 45 minutes.
- Stir occasionally during simmering.
- Remove from heat; cool slightly and beat well.
- Pour into a 9x9x2 inch greased tray.
- Wait until it is set and cut into squares.
I was about to post the same recipe (mine is called Princess Di's Royal Fudge). This is unusual in that it does not contain chocolate and is soft.
This tastes very rich. The kids I offered it to loved it. Its a little too rich for me. I added 2 drops of green food colour to it to make it look more appealing. Thanks for sharing it. I love the name alot:)
easy simple very good used dark sugar wonderful