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Sinful Saturday-Cookie Cutter Fudge

by on October 13, 2018

Cookie Cutter Fudge

fc0c4d2c2ccce70227664e2122e421d7Chocolate is absolutely amazing. So is fudge. And Christmas. And did I mention fudge? This unique recipe from Betty Crockerallows you to shape the fudge however you want. If your household is anything like mine, this won’t last much longer than the time it takes you to pull it out of the cookie cutters and set it on the counter!

This fudge is by far one of my favorite recipes. It is so easily alterable. If you want nuts, add nuts (probably only 1/4 to 1/2 of a cup though). If you want mint fudge, add 1 tsp of mint extract. You get the point; alter it to make it how you want it. Or you can just leave it plain like I do. 🙂 Either way, it is a fabulous Christmas treat!

Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups chocolate chips
1 cup peanut butter chips
1 14oz. can sweetened condensed milk
2 tbsp butter (softened)
1 tsp vanilla

Directions:

Melt the chips, butter, and milk in a double boiler on the stove. You can also put this mixture in the microwave to melt it, but I find it is easier on the stove. It melts better and it is harder to burn.

Once everything is melted and stirred smooth, add in the vanilla. This is the point where you would stir in any other ingredients you could possibly imagine.

Take your cookie cutters and grease them. Wrap the bottoms in foil making sure it is tight. You don’t want any of that delicious fudge leaking out! Place your wrapped cookie cutters on a cookie sheet.

Pour your fudge into the cookie cutters. Fill them as full as you want, but make sure to leave room for candy decorations (if you want them).

Put the cookie sheet in a fridge and let it set for about an hour. You want the fudge to be solidified just enough to place the candies on top. If you put the candies on when the fudge isn’t quite solid enough, you run the risk of them sinking. Once your decorating is all done, place them back in the fridge for another hour or two.

Carefully remove the foil and push the fudge out of the cookie cutters. Make sure you do this when you are the only one home or you won’t have anything to show for all of your hard work! They will eat it all! Trust me!

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