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Thread: Two Ingredient Fudge!

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    Our family favorite of this includes either milk chocolate or vanilla frosting and peppermint chips. YUMMY!! I've also used milk chocolate frosting and chocolate chips and added a few drops of raspberry flavoring. :-)

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    I like to melt chocolate chip spread a thin layer and let if firm up then top it with the white chocolate with peppermint . It is so much better than the expensive store bought.

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    Does it stay firm when at room temperature?
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    I'll have to try this! Thanks for the idea!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kso View Post
    Does it stay firm when at room temperature?
    If you let it get very firm and cool the white mixture as long as you can before pouring it . I have never had a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne9of12 View Post
    Our family favorite of this includes either milk chocolate or vanilla frosting and peppermint chips. YUMMY!! I've also used milk chocolate frosting and chocolate chips and added a few drops of raspberry flavoring. :-)
    Yummy is the right word. My all time favorites are peppermint, chocolate, or raspberry.

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    oh my i am going to try this !!! thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by crafty pat View Post
    If you let it get very firm and cool the white mixture as long as you can before pouring it . I have never had a problem.
    so does this mean to let it sit on the counter to firm before puttingit in the frig

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    This time of the year-fast and easy- is the name of the game. This recipe sounds like a winner.

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    I make Rachael Rays 10 min fudge and it is this easy and great. The only thing I do differently than in yours and her recipe is that I have the silicone pans in different shapes and I spray them with pan and put the hot mixure in it and it's so easy to get out. I have a pan from Pampered Chef that has small cupcake size flowers and a larger bunt size and they both turn out really pretty fudge. I add nuts to mine as well.
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