A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith


Kool-Aid Fudge

posted by Linda G. Howard

Want to be trendy but watching your cholesterol and your waist line?  Don’t worry.  Here it is!  Kool-Aid Fudge. No deep-frying, just delicious yummyness.

You can be the first person among your friends to make Linda’s Kool-Aid Fudge.  Pick your favorite Kool-Aid flavor.  Mine was root beer but, alas, it is no longer being made.

Try a single flavor, such as grape or strawberry.  Then experiment  to find your favorite flavor of Kool-Aid fudge.  You won’t be disappointed.

Linda’s Kool-Aid Fudge

1 envelop of Kool-Aid

2 cups of sugar

1/2 cup of butter

2/3 cup of mil

Dash of salt

Put all ingredients into a heavy 2 quart sauce pan.  Bring to a boil.  Cook and stir until mixture forms a soft ball when dropped in a cup of cold water.

Remove from heat and beat with a manual or electric beater until thick.  Spread into a small greased pan.  Cool.  Cut into about 18 pieces.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Jake

    Hi,
    Just made this fudge, not very impressed. Either the recipe needs to be better explained or removed. It doesn’t yield fudge, instead just some koolaid flavored really heavy syrup, and a tired stirring arm.

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