Saturday, December 19, 2009

rocky road fudge

From my childhood, I remember two kinds of fudge that my mother would make each year and pack into holiday tins lined with wax paper: the regular kind and the good kind. It turns out that the 'good kind' is perhaps one of the simplest holiday recipes. Ever. It comes together in minutes and makes a large pan of bite size treasures perfect for a holiday gathering. Here's how it goes:

Rocky Road Fudge
Makes about 40 small squares

12 oz. chocolate chips
1 can Eagle sweetened condensed milk
2 Tbsp. butter
10 1/2 oz. mini marshmallows
1 jar (2 c.) salted, dry roasted peanuts

Heat milk and butter until blended. Add chocolate chips, stir until melted. Stir in other ingredients, mixing well. Pour into a rectangular pan. Allow to harden. Cut into small squares. Enjoy!

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