Can Frosting Fudge

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1 12 ounce pkg semisweet chocolate chips
1 can(s) milk chocolate cream supreme frosting
1 c peanut butter chips
1/2 c chopped nuts...pecans, walnuts..your choice

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Carole F Recipe
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Here, FL
Member Since Jun 2010
Carole's notes for this recipe:
Ladies I am here to tell ya this is the easiest and most delicious fudge you will ever eat. My sister, Sue, found this recipe and I was hooked when she gave me a sample of it not long ago. There are several have fun with it and enjoy! Talk about simple!
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DO NOT use "whipped" frosting in a can, be sure to use regular frosting. Line 8 inch square pan with foil extending foil over edges lightly butter foil, melt chips in large saucepan over very low heat stirring until smooth; remove from heat and stir in frosting. Pour into 8 inch foiled lined pan and refrigerate for 1 hour.

This step #1 is also the basic directions for each of the following fudge recipes below...
ROCKY ROAD FUDGE: 1- 12 ounce semi sweet chocolate chips, 1 can pillsbury chocolate supreme frosting, 1-1/2 cups mini marshmallows, and 3/4 chopped nuts. Use same directions as described in step #1 Be sure to add marshmallows and nuts after chocolate has been removed from the heat for a little while, so as not to melt the marshmallows.
FUNFETTI FUDGE: 1- 12 ounce bag white/vanilla chips, 1 can pillsbury pink vanilla cream supreme frosting, 1-1/2 cups mini marshmallows. Go to step #1 and follow directions. Do not add marshmallows while fudge mixture is still extremely hot. (I am not sure about the pink vanilla frosting..I believe you need to add food coloring to achieve the pink color for the vanilla frosting in the tub...)
TOFFEE BUTTERSCOTCH FUDGE: 1- 12 ounce pkg. butterscotch chips, 1 can pillsbury caramel pecan creamy supreme frosting, 1/2 cup chopped peanuts, 1/2 cup almond brickle chips. Go to step #1 and follow directions.
PEPPERMINT SWIRL FUDGE: 1- 12 ounce pkg. white/vanilla chips, 1 can pillsbury vanilla creamy supreme frosting, 1/2 tsp. peppermint extract, 4 drops red food coloring, 2 Tablespoons peppermint candy pieces, crushed. Prepare pan as above, melt chips then remove from stove top stir in frosting, peppermint extract and then spread into 8 inch pan..sprinkle crushed candy pieces on top and now take a knife and make swirls with the knife to make it a marble look...and refrigerate for 1 hour before serving.

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user Sue H Soos - Jun 28, 2011
Yum I love fudge it loves me too...just sticks right to my hips. It does make a nice gift at Christmas time. I gets some of those chinese takeout containers and glue Christmas paper on them and fill them with cookies and fudge put a big bow on top and I am everyone friend:)
user Tyger-Lynn May tygerlynn75 - Jun 28, 2011
Awesome thank you
user Deneece Gursky Smokeygirlxo - Jun 28, 2011
I made some peanut butter brownies a while back and for the frosting i used vanilla frosting in a can and added peanut butter to it. since i like peanut butter alor lol i added alot. after i had piped the frosting onto the brownies i got busy taking pics to post here. when i got back to the bowl with the frosting it had hardened up from adding the peanut butter and tasted just like my homemade peanut butter fudge. so i flattened it out on a plate and cut it is slices and my children thought i made them peanut butter fudge, lol. love all the variations you have posted!!! thanks for sharing!!
user Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7 - Jun 30, 2011
Hi Sweet Lynn!!! I am excited to see this recipe!!! I will be trying it! Miss you! xo

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