My oldest daughter had an awesome 4th grade teacher named Mrs. Zimmerman, a.k.a “Mrs. Z.” She often sent home some of her favorite recipes for the children to try. Hers was the best fudge recipe I’ve ever had! Normally, when I make fudge, it comes out grainy, but this never does. It’s rich and decadent and yummy. And it’s fast!
No, this fudge has nothing to do with anything of historical significance. I don’t even know when or where fudge was invented and right now I have too much holiday shopping and the promoting of my new book, The Suspect’s Daughter, to research it. But my family and I love this fudge recipe, and I love my fans who faithfully bought my books and made it possible for me to quit my job so I could write full-time. So I’m sharing it with you. Without further ado, here is Mrs. Z’s Famous Fudge:
In large saucepan mix:
BTW, in case you haven’t heard, The Suspect’s Daughter will be released on December 15th, and is available for pre-order now. So go and order several copies. They make great gifts for romance readers. You’re welcome 🙂
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