Since yesterday was officially the first day of December, well I just had to make some Christmas goodies. And yesterday we started off right, with fudge!
This is the easiest most yummy recipe I have ever seen.
First step: Enlist a helper
Second step: Only use the best ingredients
Third Step: Break up the chocolate and try and stop the helper from eating it all
Fourth Step: Combine Chocolate
Fifth Step: Taste test the marshmallow fluff
Sixth Step: Ban "helper" who is eating too much chocolate and fluff
Seventh Step: Take a picture of finished product, which may or may not be already missing a row
And don't worry here is the real recipe now so you can all enjoy it too!
Million Dollar Fudge
1 can evaporated milk
4 1/2 cups sugar
2 T. butter
1 pkg (12 oz) chocolate chips
1 bar (12 oz) sweet chocolate broken into pieces ((3 boxes of Bakers chocolate))
1 Jar (8 oz) marshmallow whip
2 1/2 cups chopped walnuts ((optional--I never use))
1. Mix first 4 ingredients in pot; boil and stir for 7 minutes.
2. Combine remaining ingredients in a bowl, mix well. Pour bowling mixture over this. Stir until fudge is creamy.
3. Pour into buttered 13 X 9" pan to cool. Cut when cool ((and scrape all the warm extra fudge from the bowl and eat--oh wait, I made that up))
See--simple! I usually use my pampered chef chopper to chop the Bakers' chocolate. My mom just used to cut all of the squares in half. Also, most of the ingredients marshmallow fluff, etc do not come in those sizes anymore.. but since they are all a bit smaller it works out in the end.