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Old 10-29-2005, 09:10 AM
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I make a lot of fudge! Several flavors, like Bailey's Irish cream, vanilla rum, cherry cordial, peppermint (white and dark), and regular...... with or without nuts (or fruit) Makes a great gift and looks great in a gift basket!

Would love to have your recipe too. Mine is quick and easy for most, but when adding flavors I have to watch the amount of liquid that goes in ..... the fudge.
I usually will make it in a shape, like a small Christmas tree, angel, star, etc. Small cake pans are wonderful for this. I cut a cardboard shape first and cover it with foil (for looks), line the pan I'm using for a mold with plastic wrap (fudge comes out better) and very lightly spray with "Pam" and when the fudge is ready I pour it in. I let it cool completely, then unmold onto the cardboard shape, decorate and wrap tightly. I can freeze these if wrapped tightly so as no air and condensation can ruin it.

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Old 10-29-2005, 12:56 PM
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Ice Cream Fudge

I would love to have your fudge recipes also, they sound great. Here is the ice cream fudge recipe


Ice Cream Fudge

1-12oz. pkg. chocolate chips
9 cubes white almond bark
1 cup vanilla ice cream


Grease a 9" x 9" pan. Melt the chips and almond bark, after they are melted shut off the heat and add the ice cream and mix well. Pour the mixture into the greased pan and cool in the refrigerator until set.
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Old 10-29-2005, 07:02 PM
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Oooooo sounds good and easy! I just happen to have everything I need too!

Mine is easy too

Basic:
1 can sweetened condenced milk
18 oz. of bulk chocolate, baking chips or combination of both
1 1/2 Tbsp. butter or Margarine (Parkay or Blue Bonnet is best, but NO spread!) Nuts are optional

Melt chocolate (I like a double boiler)with butter and milk. Stir occasionally till totally melted. Remove from heat and add one of the following combinations
1 cup chopped nuts

1/4 cup Bailey's Irish cream: Beat in pour into a 9X9" pan or pour on a waxed paper lined baking sheet (gives you more pieces)

1 cup raisens (golden is best) + 1/4 cup dark rum (vanilla rum is great) place in a mirowave bowl cover tight and cook 1 minute. Let stand till ready to beat in. raisen's should absorb the rum liquid. Pour into pan or on baking sheet

20 marchino (sp) cherries quartered + 1/4 cup cherry liquor. Beat into fudge and pour in pan or baking sheet

3 candy canes crushed and 1/2 tesp. Peppermint extract beat into fudge pour into pan or baking sheet
Cool completely before cutting
All of these can be made with regular, dark (semi-sweet) or white chocolate.

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Old 10-30-2005, 06:05 AM
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Christmas baking

Vivian

Thanks so much for these recipes. I like to make a treat package every year and have never done fudge before. Now I have to decide when to make them so I don't eat all of it. LOL

Thanks again, let me know if you have any other good recipes that are good for Christmas baking.
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