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Friday, December 17, 2010

Fun food Friday

Okay so tis the season for jucnk and candy so I thought I would share with you my fudge recipe.  My kiddos and husband absolutely love it.  We don't usually put nuts in it at our house, but we were taking this to a party, so we did a little of both.

 Ingredients you will need:
7oz Marshmallow Topping
1 lb milk chocolate bar
12oz milk chocolate chips
1 cube butter
1 can evaporated milk
4 C sugar
3 Tbsp Vanilla
1 Cup Crushed walnuts or pecans

In your mixing bowl put in the chocolate bar, marshmallow topping and chocolate chips and set aside. 

 Here is Bridger man, helping me eat some of the left over chocolate candy bar.
 In a medium sauce pan combine butter, milk and sugar until sugar is dissolved and butter is melted completely.  Bring to a full boil and then turn to a low heat stir and cook for 15 min. on low heat but keep it boiling.   Then pour into chocolate marshmallow mixture and stir until melted.  Beat it with a mixer until dissolved.  Make sure you beat it well.   Then add the vanilla and nuts, and pour into a buttered pan to and chill.
Then enjoy with friends and family and try not to eat the entire pan yourself ;)  Or cut up and put on a cute goody plate and give to neighbors as a gift.
Of course my taste testers.... not sure where Bridger's pants went in between all of this, but he is so little they are constantly falling off. 

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