One of the things I made while I was on vacation was fudge. It turned out really good and my nieces ended up taking the leftovers with them. Since it was so well-liked, I thought I’d share the recipe. It’s super easy to make. I forgot normal sugar so I used powdered sugar. And I forgot marshmallow fluff, but I did have mini marshmallows so it all worked out in the end.
Aunt Ellen’s Fudge
• 1 ½ Stick of Butter • 3 Cups Sugar • 2/3 cup Cream (small 5oz can) • 1 Jar (7oz) Marshmallow cream • 1 Heaping Cup Peanut Butter(creamy), or 1 12oz Bag of Resses Peanut Butter Chips, OR 1 12oz Bag of Semi Sweet Chocolate Morsels • 1tsp Vanilla
Put 1st 3 ingredients (sugar, butter, cream) into the kettle. Cook for 5 minutes after it starts boiling. Add remaining ingredients. Stir until the contents thicken. Pour into the pan. Let sit for (1 hour) or until cool. Cut into pieces.
One year, I didn’t realize the amount of sweetened condensed milk was less than the size of cans they sell in stores. I added an entire can and it turned out very liquidy like hot fudge. Tasty, but not the candy consistency you want. SO don’t get the amounts wrong.
I derped out and forgot to put this post in the cue, so it should be posting at the “wrong” time. Sorry~!