Simple Fudge (Dressed Up For Any Holiday!) December 19, 2015

     I made this fudge for Christmas, but it’s always a quick & easy treat to make for any holiday.  With Valentines Day coming up, you can make several kinds, and pass it out to the ones you love!

Simple Fudge (Dressed Up)

Simple Fudge (Dressed up for any holiday!)

2 (15 oz.) can Eagle Brand milk
5 c. semi sweet chocolate chips
1/4 tsp. salt
2 tsp. vanilla
1 c. chopped nuts

Melt Eagle Brand milk and chocolate chips in microwave until smooth. I generally do 2 minutes at a time, stirring, and then adding 2 minutes until mixture is hot, glossy and smooth looking. Be careful not to over cook or burn the chocolate mixture. Remove mixture from microwave,
add nuts & vanilla. Have a large cookie sheets greased with butter prepared and ready for hot mixture.
Quickly pour mixture into large buttered cookie sheet.
Makes 1 large cookie sheet. Chill 3 hours and cut 2″ squares.

**Now to dress up your fudge & give it candy shop flavors, add your favorite candy at the end of the cooking cycle. Heath Bits, Rolo’s, Crumbled Oreo Cookies, etc. After mixing in your goodies, quickly pour onto your butter greased pan. If you want sprinkles on top, you have to sprinkle them on as soon as you are done pouring the fudge in the pan so they stick. It’s fun to take a simple recipe and make it your own.

To make White Fudge, use the same recipe from above. Just substitute white chocolate chocolate chips. You can add in some of your favorites into this too. I made mine into White Gumdrop Fudge this year by adding Jots candies. Have fun!