Welcome to the ultimate FUN Food and Drink Trivia
Web Alan's Kitchen Recipes

FUN Trivia Quiz 

Home >>  FUN Trivia Quizzes >> FUN Food Trivia >> Candy & Chocolates

Browse Recipe Categories

Food, Cooking, Picnic, Tailgate, & Backyard Recipes plus more...



Fudge is a type of confectionery which is usually very sweet, extremely rich and often flavored with cocoa. It is made by mixing sugar, butter, and milk and heating it to the soft-ball stage, and then beating the mixture while it cools so that it acquires a smooth, creamy consistency. Chocolate can also be mixed in to make chocolate fudge. Fudge can also be used in brownies.

What do you know about Fudge? Dip this quick quiz.

Fudge  - Trivia powered by ABE1. The American culinary folklore has it that fudge was invented in the United States more than 100 years ago. The exact origin is disputed, but most stories claim that the first batch of fudge resulted from a bungled ("fudged") batch of caramels made on February 14, 1886, hence the name "fudge." True or False?

2. In the United Kingdom traditional English fudge has become synonymous with Devon, Cornwall, and sometimes Dorset and is made in a basic range. What is the texture of English fudge?

3. "Fudge" in the U.S. is usually understood to be what?

4. Where is Penuche most commonly seen in and is most similar to the original recipes?

5. Mackinac Island and other tourist towns in Northern Michigan are famed for making slab fudge. What does Mackinac celebrate on the fourth week of August?

6. Fudge is made at the "soft ball" stage which varies by altitude and ambient humidity. What is the temperature range?

7. Some recipes call for making fudge with prepared marshmallows as the sweetener. This allows the finished confection to use the structure of the marshmallow for support instead of relying on the crystallization of the sucrose. True or False?



1. True

2. Firm, slightly crumbly texture

3. Chocolate

4. New England

5. "Fudge Festival"

6. 235 �F (113 �C) to 240 �F (116 �C)

7. True

More Trivia


Powered by ... All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.
AlansKitchen Privacy Policy

Contact Us | About Us | Site Map