Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Holiday Fudge

I took the day off from stitching today to do a little holiday baking. Can it be called baking if you don't actually use your oven? I believe it can be called baking when the end result is delicious and adds a few inches to your waistline. I make fudge every year for the holidays but other than the basic fudge in the photo I never make the same kind twice.

That's the basic fudge recipe I have used for years but who can really stop at just one batch? This year I made white chocolate almond fudge. I used 2 cups of white chocolate chips with 1 cup condensed milk and 1 tsp almond extract. I poured that into the square pan and then added on top of that 1 cup semi sweet chocolate chips that had been melted with the butter, vanilla extract and remaining condensed milk. I topped it with sliced almonds. I also made peanut butter fudge using 2 cups peanut butter chips in place of the 2 cups white chocolate chips. I added mini Reese's candies to the top of that one. I also made mint fudge by using mint chocolate chips and orange chocolate fudge by adding a little orange zest.

I hope a few of you try the recipe. It's embarrassingly simple. Trying to convince my sons to eat dinner instead of the fudge will be much harder!

Happy Holidays!

Jennie Lynn


Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Hi, Jennie Lynn,
I will try the fudge recipe. My mom took hers with her to South Carolina.
I always wanted to make penuche or is it called vanilla? I love whatever it is. Thanks so much for sharing.
Merry Christmas

Angie said...

Thanks for the recipe~Merry Christmas!

cucki said...

thank you for the recipe dear..
hugs cucki xx

jennifer768 said...

Thanks for the recipe!Baking or whatever it looks yummy!Merry Christmas,Jen

Kimmie said...

That sounds SUPER easy!!! My kind of recipe. LOL

Merry Christmas!!

Angie Berry said...

Oh my word girl, that fudge looks super yummy!!!!! I can't believe there are only 4 ingredients. I have got to try this. Thanks so much for sharing it with us!