Thursday, December 19, 2013

Decked out Deck the Halls Fudge

Yum


 I have been so excited to make this "decked out" fudge.  I put a little bit of everything into this yummy fudge and I can't wait to put this out on the Christmas dessert table so everyone can enjoy it.  My daughter already had a small piece and she squeezed her eyes tight and said "Wow, that's so awesome".  She's young so you can take that as she really, really liked it. LOL!  :)   This is such an easy recipe and it comes together in less than 5 minutes.  The hardest part is waiting for the fudge to set for about 2 hours so you can cut and enjoy it.

Ingredients:

12oz of semi-sweet chocolate chips
12 oz of butterscotch chips
3/4 rice krispies
3/4 craisins
1/2 cup of chopped pecans or walnuts
14oz condense milk can
1 tsp of vanilla extract


Note: This recipe should fit a 9x13 size pan. I actually doubled the recipe because I wanted to fill a 11x17 size pan. 


Directions:

 In a double boiler (see note) add your chocolate, condense milk and butterscotch chips.  Stir until smooth.

Note:  I used a glass pyrex bowl over a pot with some boiling water as my double boiler.

 Then stir in your rice krispies, craisins and chopped nuts.






Place a sheet of wax paper on a baking sheet and pour your fudge and smooth out.   Allow to chill for 2 hours to set in the fridge.  Once set peel off the wax paper and cut into bars.  Store in an airtight container.  Enjoy.




Recipe inspired by Rachael Ray



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11 comments:

  1. Looks very professional. Have a Happy Christmas holiday, Ramona. Thanks for everything this last year. I appreciate you. :)

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  2. What a gorgeous fudge! I love the crunchy creaminess of it! Wonderful flavors. Happy holidays!

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  3. Great idea to rice krispies to give the fudge a bit of a crunch! Perfect Christmas fudge!

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  4. Simply fabulous! I love the name and all the add-ons! Pinned!

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  5. A recipe I can buy all the ingredients for. What a win for me. This fudge looks so good, Ramona.

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  6. Mmmmmm....this is MY kind of fudge. The family likes it plain, but all your additions make it even better!!!

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  7. wow super delicious fudge :) looks so yummy and chewy !!

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  8. Woo for decked out fudge! I love the name too heeehee. :D It's so full of everything I would want to enjoy in just one bite; it's perfect, Ramona!

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  9. This looks amazing. I really want to try fudge with rice krispies but I have a problem when I am around fudge. I eat it all! Dangerous.

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  10. Such a festive fudge ! Thanks for sharing this one so love the use of craisins, rice crispies and walnuts - amazing flavors and textures in this fudge!

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  11. Butterscotch AND it only takes 5 minutes to make?!?!? You had me at hello! This looks awesome Ramona (as always!). Thanks for sharing and Happy Holidays! BIG HUGS from DC!

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