Tuesday, December 18, 2007

On a roll...with Fudge

Wow three posts in a week...

I have been making Rachel Ray's fudge for years. Its always a hit but its not really like real fudge, more like a good chunk of chocolate with various other things peeking out. This week I added something new, and VOILA-a better version of Rachel's fudge. It takes 5 minutes, maybe 4. It is SO easy that even I can make it.

Here it is:

1 can of condensed milk
1 bag of chocolate chips (pick your favourite: white, milk or dark)
1 bag of butterscoth chips (or you can use Skor, Toffee etc.)
1 small bag of your favourite nuts, or dried fruit, candy cane, cocount, whatever you like (you can put in two bags worth but it will be chunky)
The secret add in....1/2 a cup of eggnog (makes it SO creamy, I wonder if heavy cream would work too?)

Melt all chips in a pot, pour in condensed milk and eggnog. Turn heat off, stir well, add in your goodies and stir, stir, stir. Poor into a pan, mini-muffin tin or whatever you like. Put it in the feezer for an hour or two. When you take it out you'll need to run hot water on the bottom of your pan for about 20 seconds, it will slide out and you will eat so much that your scale will give you a 2 pound gift the next day. It makes about 20 1x1 inch cubes and would be a fantastic homemade Christmas gift for about 8 bucks. I store mine in the fridge but room temp works fine as well. Enjoy.


Blogger heathersway said...

What time should I come by for fudge night? Yum! I think I might try it with the eggnog and white chocolate chips.

December 18, 2007 at 3:32 PM  

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