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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Here Comes da Fudge - Recipe

I made Fantasy Fudge today - gonna see my boys this weekend, so gotta bring the Eman some Fudge!

Here's the recipe - it is Really Really Really Good!

Fantasy Fudge

3 cups sugar
3/4 cup margarine
2/3 cup evaporated milk
One 12 oz (350g) bag of chocolate chips
One 7 oz (798g) jar Marshmallow creme
1 cup chopped walnuts
1 tsp vanilla



Oh Man, look at this....these kinds of ingredients really only come out at Christmas.

Uh oh - hmmmm, that bag of coloured mini marshmallows shouldn't be in there. Those were supposed to be used to make Rocky Roads, but darn, I forgot to buy the Graham Wafers I needed. OK....so disregard the mini mallows!



Here we go:

Combine the sugar, margarine ( I used butter) and evaporated milk in a large saucepan. (don't worry, it looks better once these all melt together)










On medium heat, bring it to a full rolling boil, stirring constantly.












Continue boiling for 5 minutes, keep stirring all the time so the bottom doesn't burn!











Remove from heat and stir in the chocolate chips.....












Once they are melted, add the jar of marshmallow creme....looking much better now!




Add the nuts and vanilla and stir well.






Pour into a greased 13 x 9 inch pan. Cool at room temperature, then cut into squares. ) Looks good now, doesn't it?
(Makes 3 lbs. - every single one of them guaranteed to land on your hips!)












And now, excuse me....I have a pan to lick out!!!


















Tomorrow, we are heading out to the Nman's for the weekend. We'll all be together and have a Special dinner on Saturday night. Then the Gman and I are off to Kelowna for my appointments on Monday....home again on Tuesday.


Let's hope the roads are OK this weekend.....they are calling for cold temperatures and snow to fall.
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9 comments:

Sylvana said...

That looks delicious! I love fudge, but have never made it. I wonder what would happen if you used sweetened condensed milk instead of the evap and some of the sugar... I might have to give that a whirl since I am all out of evap milk and only have five cans of sc milk that I may otherwise never use.

Christine B. said...

Can't wait to try this one with the kids. Looks delish!

Christine in Alaska

Nell Jean said...

Fudge at Christmas never falls from favor, does it?

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Linda said...

I love fudge! When I was looking through the most recent blog posts, when I say 'da' in place of 'the' I had to see who's blog it was, although, I already knew! Thanks for the tutorial!

Aunt Krissy said...

I like that fudge. It's easy to make and fast and taste good.

debsgarden said...

Yummy! I'm glad I found your blog through Blotanical - your site looks very interesting, and i look forward to your future posts.

Flowers said...

Your blog looks super yummy. enjoyed the recipe of Fantasy Fudge. Will try it this weekend.

Annie said...

Thanks for the comments...my son was tickled with his present of Fantasy Fudge!

I'm glad u liked it Krissy - Did anyone else try making it?

Nell Jean, thanks for the tip about Blotanical. I haven't had a good chance to check it out yet, hoping to in the next couple of days.

Annie

Jonni said...

Annie, the fudge is great. I have made three batches. Boxed it all up and delivered the sweet goodies for Christmas. Thanks for sharing the recipe. So simple, and soooooo yummy. I even made a batch, using white chocolate chips. Very pretty and good.