Tuesday, December 4, 2012
I couldn't believe how easy and fast this fudge was. And the best part is it always turns out great. But I am getting a head of my self.
While Rick and I were in the Home Depot the cashier was talking about this fudge she made. I told her I was in the process of making Christmas candy. She told me she had the best fudge recipe. The cashier at the other register chimed in that it was the best she had ever eaten. I was polite but told her that I didn't have much luck with fudge and the stirring it took to make it. She assured me this had very simple ingredients with little stirring. She gave me the recipe to try. I told my husband I appreciated the recipe but probably won't make it. I am so glad I did. It was good and the texture was perfect.
1 can condensed milk
Dash of vanilla
Dash of salt
2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup milk chocolate chips
Nuts ( optional )
Heat milk ,vanilla, and salt together. Add the chocolate, stir till dissolved and smooth. Pour into foil lined baking pan. Let cool at least 4 hours. If you try it while it still not set it does affect the taste. I learned this the hard way. It still tasted good. But was much better the next morning.
I am going to try different types of fudge using white chocolate chip, peppermint chips, peanut butter chip, and Andies candy. Will let you know how it turns out.