I always thought for fudge to be perfectly delightful, creamy & rich that it had to be done the fussy way-boiling milk, sugar and butter, getting a candy thermometer involved, doing the soft ball sugar test-sheesh, no offence old school fudge, but no thanks! I didn't make fudge at all because of this until a friend showed me this crazy easy fudge. You won't believe it....for realz.
Easiest Fudge Ever!
An EagleBrand Recipe
A few notes I've observed: For some reason, this cannot be made in a pot on the stove. Not sure why! I tried it, it didn't work. Don't have a micro? Bring the ingredients over to a friends house that does have one-trust me, you want to! :)
Anyway, once I cut up the cooled & set fudge, I put it into an airtight container (just honestly all tossed in) and stick it in the freezer. Then when I need something to add to a dessert plate I'm bringing to a party, or just want to bring a sweet little treat bowl, I pull some out, and they're good to go! Yippee!
My newest thing I tried with this fudge? Marshmallow fluff and chocolate chips!
After beating the fudge for 5 minutes, I spread half of it into the pan, then I put about 1/4 cup of chocolate chips on top, then spread about of 3/4 a jar of marshmallow fluff, then the remaining fudge on top of it all!
Once this sets (it takes a little longer than the plain fudge), I cut it into 1 inch squares, but I put each square into a mini muffin cup. One, it looks pretty, and two, it keeps the fluff from spreading if the place you take this is too hot! People can enjoy the fudge, but not get sticky fingers! I brought some to a party, and put the rest in the freezer in their mini muffin cups. Yes, these freeze well too!
Well, we're heading out of town today, so have a great weekend everyone! Now, go make some super easy fudge, then come back and tell me about it! :)
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