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Home Cooking

potato fudge

meltedcheese | May 29, 200705:29 PM     5

not sure if anyone has made this but this was a favorite childhood treat made by my french canadian mom.

bake a medium potato- not a yukon gold
after baking take off the skin
add enough powdered sugar to make a soft barely spreadable fudge and smooth it on a tray a little more than a quarter of an inch thick

let this harden then spread soft peanut butter over the top- chunky seems to work best

then fold the white fudge over the top and refridge a bit more

when you cut it into slices it tastes a bit like a soft abba zaba.

you can try flavors, but they never seem right to me.

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