Definition of Chocolate fudge
1. Noun. Fudge made with chocolate or cocoa.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Chocolate Fudge
Literary usage of Chocolate fudge
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Aunt Caroline's Dixieland Recipes by Emma McKinney, William McKinney (1922)
"chocolate fudge Three cups of brown sugar, Three-fourths cup of water, Butter the size of an egg, One-half cake of chocolate, One teaspoonful of vanilla. ..."
2. Literature in the Making, by Some of Its Makers by Joyce Kilmer (1917)
"She accused them of printing what she called “chocolate-fudge” fiction. And she said it in a way which indicated that chocolate fudge is not her favorite ..."
3. Rigby's Reliable Candy Teacher: With Complete and Modern Soda, Ice Cream and by Will O. Rigby, Fred Rigby (1920)
"chocolate fudge TOPPING 7 pounds sugar 2 pounds cocoa 2 big tablespoonfuls corn starch Mix together dry. Place 1 gallon water on fire and when it comes to a ..."
4. The Mendelssohn Club Cook Book by Mendelssohn Club (Rockford, Ill.) (1909)
"chocolate fudge. Four cups granulated sugar; Yi cake Baker's chocolate; 2 cups milk; butter size of 2 eggs; 1 teaspoon vanilla. ..."
5. Marion Harland's Complete Cook Book: A Practical and Exhaustive Manual of by Marion Harland (1906)
"chocolate fudge (No. 1) Boil together a cupful of sugar, one cupful of grated chocolate, ... chocolate fudge (No. 2) yft- Three pounds of light brown sugar, ..."
6. Modern Women of America Cookbook by Anna Claire Vangalder, Modern Woodmen of America (1913)
"chocolate fudge, One and one-half cupfuls sugar, one square chocolate, ... chocolate fudge. One pint brown sugar (two cupfuls), one cupful sweet milk, ..."