1 lb = 4 cups sifted . That is the equivlent given but I'm not sure how many cups are in a box, it might be different. I, also, don't buy powdered sugar in a box so I'm not sure, but I would think that measurment would work for your fudge.
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You will find websites vary on this one:
I like to use a lower amount than some websites state since making Icing etc one can always add more powdered sugar if needed but by adding too much initially you can get a dry product.
I find I often end up using 3 cups give or take 1/4 cup or so.~A
Sugar, brown 1 pound 2 1/4 c. firmly packed
Sugar, granulated 1 pound 2 1/4 c.
Sugar, powdered 1 pound 2 3/4 c.
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Aliea, that sounds more like what is in a box to me. I hope the poster sees this. I'll try and keep it bumped for her.
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