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on: December 15, 2005 10:23:22 PM 
Started by Juniper_Ann, Message by Juniper_Ann
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Part of me doesn't want to give away my evil secret but...I'm going to stuff that part back in the basement where she belongs.  If you want to make fudge, you can mess around with double boilers and candy thermometers...or you can cheat and no one will know!  

1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 pound (3 cups) chocolate chips
   You can use semi-sweet, milk chocolate, white chocolate, peanut butter, etc.
   I usually use half milk chocolate & half semi-sweet.
   Dont use all semi-sweet unless you know that the person is a dark chocolate fan.

Microwave-safe bowl
Something with vertical sides for cooling the fudge (I use a 9x9 casserole dish)


1. Place milk & chips in bowl.

2. Microwave on high at for 1 minute, then 30 second intervals until chocolate looks melty.  Stir.  If its still not completely melted, then 30 more seconds (etc.)

3. Line whatever youre cooling the fudge in with foil.  

4. Pour, chill completely, then cut into pieces.

Put it in holday goody packs, bring it to parties.  People think that this is really fancy and its unbelievably simple.  

You can do a lot of different things with this, if you want, like adding a cup of nuts, or a few drops of peppermint or orange extract.

If you want to get really fancy, divide the sweetened condensed milk.  To 2/3 of the milk, add 2 cups semi-sweet chips.  To 1/3 of the milk, add 1 cup white chocolate chips.  Pour the dark chocolate mixture into your cooling pan first.  Then pour the white chocolate mixture in lines up and down the pan.  Now use a knife or toothpick for marbling (be careful not to marble to much or youll just end up blending the two).  For mint marbling, you could add mint and green food coloring to the white chocolate mixture.  

Happy Holidays!

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