One of the most important attributes of a high-quality fudge is its smoothness, which indicates a higher ratio of sugar to water. The recipe, first recorded in a letter in 1886, spread through women’s colleges in the northeast.

Cooking steps

Chop the Walnuts!

Click the knife to chop up the Walnuts.

Slice the Vanilla Bean!

Trace the lines to slice up the Vanilla Bean.

Add the Ingredients!

Drag the ingredients into the large bowl. Match the pictures as they're revealed.

Stir the Fudge!

Stir the Fudge by dragging the spoon and staying on top of the moving outline. Match the speed and pattern!

Refrigerate the Fudge!

Fit the Fudge inside the fridge by rearranging items. The counter and shelf can hold food temporarily, but don’t leave anything out! Some items can't hold others up.

Slice the Fudge!

Trace the lines to slice up the Fudge.