Famous Fudge Recipe

December 23, 2017

I am currently in full on Christmas-mode, fashionistas. How about you?

I'm finishing up all my wrapping, cleaning and baking before it's party time! And I am feeling #blessed that Christmas Eve is on a Sunday this year so I have all of Saturday to get it together.

Each year for the holidays, I make my famous fudge recipe. It's my brother's favorite and always proves to be a real crowd pleaser. But believe it or not, this recipe originally came from a Strawberry Shortcake cookbook I got from the Scholastic Book Fair in 2004! (I was only 10!)

The recipe is SO super easy and I've been making it for years. I'm obviously biased, but it's the best fudge I've had- sweet and moist. I find that other fudge recipes I try are dry in comparison. I want something that melts in my mouth!

But enough bragging... today on the blog, I wanted to share the recipe with you! Check it out:

| 1 cup milk chocolate chips
| 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
| 1 can sweetened condensed milk
| 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
| Wax paper

This recipe is EASY EASY EASY. First things first, I line an 8x8 pan with wax paper. Then I measure out the one cup of milk chocolate chips and the one cup of semisweet chocolate chips and dump them in a pot. (I always add a pinch extra of each chip!)

Then I open the can of sweetened condensed milk and pour it over the chocolate chips. I put the pot on the stove over low heat and constantly stir for about 5-10 minutes until everything is blended together.

When it's finally nice and smooth, I take the pot off the stove, add two teaspoons of vanilla extract to the chocolate mixture and stir it in really good. Once this is done, you have to be quick when pouring and spreading the mixture into the pan before it sets. Spread it out to the corners of the pan to make sure it sets evenly.

After letting the fudge chill in the fridge for 4-5 hours or overnight, take it out, flip it over and then remove the wax paper. Begin cutting 1x1 squares ASAP- the colder the fudge is, the easier it will be to cut.

And VOILA! Now you have my famous fudge recipe. It's quick, it's easy and it will be sure to fly off the plate.


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