How to make it

  • Boil sugar, cocoa, chocolate chips, sugar and milk to the soft ball stage.
  • Beat in marshmallow whip and sauerkraut then beat well and pour into buttered pan.
  • Allow to set then cool and cut into squares.

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    " It was just okay "
    missouricook ate it and said...
    As the older generation leaves us, knowledge is lost. My mom taught me fudge making. Sauerkraut candy is really a fudge with the kraut taking the place of the salt—probably the original recipe had ingredients but not the order of combining. I followed the sauerkraut candy recipe and once off the fire the mixture became grainy. In making fudge the milk and sugar are boiled to soft ball stage, then the rest of the ingredients are added; the pot is put in a sink of cold water to cool down the pan and the mixture is stirred (also called beaten) till it’s no longer glossy and it falls in a plop from the spoon held above the pot. Nuts are added then the mixture is put in the pan—of course sauerkraut candy has no nuts. Please try the recipe using this order of combining. The candy did taste good, though. It would've been 5 stars had it been made as described above.
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    " It was excellent "
    idahomom ate it and said...
    My granny Louise used to make this for us as a kid, I cannot believe I am seeing this recipe in print, you bring tears to my life, so many good memories. Thanks Chef.........I have been wanting this recipe for years, you are the best.
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