Sucre A La Creme


DIRECTIONS. Combine first 3 ingredients in a saucepan and heat, stirring, until boiling. Reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes. Remove from heat.



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Sucre à la crème is a traditional French Canadian fudge that we can never get enough of. The ingredient list may be simple, but the taste is anything but! Smooth and creamy with notes of caramel, this fudge will melt on your tongue. It's wonderfully easy to make and would make a special gift for anyone you know. Originally published June 15, 2020. Updated on 6/1/2021. Sucre à la Crème is a traditional Quebec fudge recipe, contributed by my friend Karine Charlebois. (Super talented illustrator and great person - Follow her on Facebook and Instagram!). This was how her grandmother made it - the recipe was passed down to her mother, down to Karine, and finally on to you! Sucre a la Creme David 12/25/2016 Permalink I too had a Mamere who made Sucre a la Creme every Christmas and I always thought as a child that we were the only family that had a Mamere but as I grew up I realized that many families have Mameres. Combine first 3 ingredients. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Boil 8 to 9 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat, add icing sugar and nuts and stir until well mixed. Pour into 9" X 9" pan. Cool about 15 minutes in refrigerator and cut into small squares. Let cool completly and remove from pan. As Quebec National Day is coming up, I have been craving some traditional recipes for the past few weeks. One of my cravings was sucre à la crème, which is basically sugar fudge.Back when I lived with my parents, my aunt (well, mom's aunt) Berta would bring a big container of it as she came to play cards.


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Sucre à la crème is a traditional French Canadian fudge that we can never get enough of. The ingredient list may be simple, but the taste is anything but! Smooth and creamy with notes of caramel, this fudge will melt on your tongue. It's wonderfully easy to make and would make a special gift for anyone you know. Originally published June 15, 2020. Updated on 6/1/2021. Sucre à la Crème is a traditional Quebec fudge recipe, contributed by my friend Karine Charlebois. (Super talented illustrator and great person - Follow her on Facebook and Instagram!). This was how her grandmother made it - the recipe was passed down to her mother, down to Karine, and finally on to you! Sucre a la Creme David 12/25/2016 Permalink I too had a Mamere who made Sucre a la Creme every Christmas and I always thought as a child that we were the only family that had a Mamere but as I grew up I realized that many families have Mameres. Combine first 3 ingredients. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Boil 8 to 9 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat, add icing sugar and nuts and stir until well mixed. Pour into 9" X 9" pan. Cool about 15 minutes in refrigerator and cut into small squares. Let cool completly and remove from pan. As Quebec National Day is coming up, I have been craving some traditional recipes for the past few weeks. One of my cravings was sucre à la crème, which is basically sugar fudge.Back when I lived with my parents, my aunt (well, mom's aunt) Berta would bring a big container of it as she came to play cards.


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Sucre à la crème is a traditional French Canadian fudge that we can never get enough of. The ingredient list may be simple, but the taste is anything but! Smooth and creamy with notes of caramel, this fudge will melt on your tongue. It's wonderfully easy to make and would make a special gift for anyone you know. Originally published June 15, 2020. Updated on 6/1/2021. Sucre à la Crème is a traditional Quebec fudge recipe, contributed by my friend Karine Charlebois. (Super talented illustrator and great person - Follow her on Facebook and Instagram!). This was how her grandmother made it - the recipe was passed down to her mother, down to Karine, and finally on to you! Sucre a la Creme David 12/25/2016 Permalink I too had a Mamere who made Sucre a la Creme every Christmas and I always thought as a child that we were the only family that had a Mamere but as I grew up I realized that many families have Mameres. Combine first 3 ingredients. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Boil 8 to 9 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat, add icing sugar and nuts and stir until well mixed. Pour into 9" X 9" pan. Cool about 15 minutes in refrigerator and cut into small squares. Let cool completly and remove from pan. As Quebec National Day is coming up, I have been craving some traditional recipes for the past few weeks. One of my cravings was sucre à la crème, which is basically sugar fudge.Back when I lived with my parents, my aunt (well, mom's aunt) Berta would bring a big container of it as she came to play cards.