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« on: November 23, 2010 09:27:14 AM »

so last year i made candy for christmas.  i really enjoyed it and i think i will again this year.  im looking to make things like you would find in a fudge shop. 

dh has demanded peanutbutter fudge, so thats on my list.  christmas crack.. posted here and such a rave is totally on my list because i love it.   i was also thinking about chocolate covered cherries, white chocolate covered oreos and maybe some eggnog cookie truffles. id love to make home made turtle's but im a bit intimidated by the caremel.

what other fudge shop goodies can you guys suggest. 
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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2010 02:14:16 PM »

You could make Oreo Balls/Truffles whatever they're called. 

1 package of Oreos
1 package of Almond Bark or White Chocolate Chips or the little melting discs
1 brick of cream cheese

1. Crush the Oreos
2. Combine with the cream cheese till it looks like mud
3. Either form into balls and chill for a couple of hours or over night, or just store the mixture away in the bowl over night.
4. If you haven't formed the mixture into balls already, form into balls
5. Melt your white chocolate
6. Dip the balls into chocolate
7. Set on a sheet pan and let cool
8. If you aren't going to serve them right away, store 'em in the fridge, so they don't melt.
9. Enjoy!

I like to put 'em in the little candy/cupcake papers.  Cause they're more fun in those.
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