Brown Sugar Alternative- You can find a selection of brown sugar alternative choices online. - 2 cups equivalent to regular brown sugar.
Maple Extract- 1 1/2 teaspoons.
Vanilla Extract- 1/2 teaspoon.
Sugar Free Powdered Sugar- You can make your own sugar free powdered sugar using this recipe or find some sugar free powdered sugar online.- 2 cups.
In a microwave-safe cup or bowl, mix together your nonfat dry milk and your water. Microwave this on high for one minute- stirring every 15 seconds. Do not allow to boil- if this starts to boil you can quit microwaving sooner than one minute.
Add in the granular sugar alternative and stir until you have made a paste. Cover this and set this aside in the refrigerator and allow to cool- overnight would be best.
When ready to make your fudge, prep a square pan for nonstick. I like to use butter foil or parchment to prevent sticking.
In a saucepan over medium heat, combine together your butter (cut into tablespoons), the refrigerated mix that your prepared earlier, and the brown sugar alternative. Allow this to come to a boil, stirring constantly. Cook this for 10 minutes and then remove from the stove.
Obviously this will be hot so please take precautions. Add your remaining ingredients and beat on medium speed until smooth (use a handheld mixer for about two minutes).
Spread this mix into your prepped pan and allow to cool before cutting into squares. Store covered in an air tight container.
This recipe offers alternatives and options. It is also a two part recipe as well. Please see original post for further details.
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