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Saturday, December 11, 2010

12 Days of Christmas Crafting - Day 11 Christmas Fudge

Seriously, it would just not be right to post only one chocolate idea on the 12 days of Christmas, it's Christmas after all. Is there anything prettier than a box of fudge, all tied up with ribbon and given with love not a wonderful idea. I'm going to wrap up some fudge in my pretty little boxes and give them out to people I love. But I'm also going to wrap some up and find some folks who I wouldn't normally do something for and share the Hope of Christmas with someone who may be needing some extra love this time of year. I have been blessed with so much in my life that I feel especially this time of year it is better to give than to receive. So get baking and share some love too.Christmas Fudge
3 Cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate chips
1 Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 Tsp Vanilla
First you will need to line a 9x13 baking pan with parchment or wax paper. This will allow you to flip the fudge out with ease.
Next you will put the choc chips into a sauce pan over low heat and start to melt the chocolate chips.
Add one can of sweetened condensed milk. Once the chocolate chips look like they have begun melting start stirring.

This is what it will look like at first.

Keep stirring until you have what looks like a chocolate paste. Add the vanilla and stir.

Pour the chocolate into your lined pan and flatten it out using a spoon. If you had a small rolling pin that fit into your pan it may be easier. keep it about one inch thick. Once it is as level as you can get it place in the refrigerator and chill
I left it over night but you can just check back after a few hours. Use bite size Christmas cookie cutters to shape the fudge into yummy bite size pieces.
Doesn't that look super yummy. Now go think of something nice you can do for someone in need or someone needing to feel the Saviors love this time of year and let them know you care.

Happy Creating, Meaghan, Monica and Nancy

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