White Christmas Fudge

Recipe Rating:
 16 Ratings
Serves: 64 pieces
Prep Time:
Cooking Method: Stove Top

Ingredients

1 pkg. 14oz. white choc chips
1 14 oz condensed milk ( not evaporated)
1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
pinch salt
1/2 C each red and green candied cherries ( dice or cut small)

The Cook

FREDA GABLE Recipe
x6
Well Seasoned
Vanc. (born in Savannah, Ga), WA
cookin4me
Member Since Jun 2010
FREDA's notes for this recipe:
"Pretty Pretty Holiday candies". There is nothing like a plate full of homemade goodies. Here's a fudge that is sure to Please. Not only does this have eye appeal, but tasty as well. Guaranteed not to last very long.
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While the beautiful candied cherries are certainly the stars of this creamy treat, the sweetened condensed milk is working behind the scenes to add a wonderful delicious flavor too. A perfect holiday sweet!

Directions

1
Chop cherries into small pieces
Line & butter lightly or pam sprayed
8 X 8 pan with foil leaving enough over edges for handle to use later.
2
Melt Chips in Double boiler with the condensed milk,vanilla, & salt, on med low heat.
Stir till melted and smooth.
3
Remove from heat;
Stir in cherries, till evenly distributed.
4
pour into foil lines pan. spread evenly.
Chill in refer 1 1/2 hrs. (you cannot over chill)
5
Remove from pan by lifting with the handles on the foil.
Cut into 1" pieces, CUT 8X8= 64 pieces.
Time to celebrate;
"MERRY CHRISTMAS", "HAPPY HOLIDAYS", "SEASONS GREETINGS" "JOY TO THE WORLD", & to one and all.. . . Enjoy!
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user Jennifer McConnell Shutterbug81 - Nov 10, 2010
Freda, I'm loving you more and more, the more you post these!!!
user FREDA GABLE cookin4me - Nov 10, 2010
Holiday baking and candy making I have always given as gidts, so I hav ade tons over the years. You have got to make some, and help needed let me know. I'll try. . . Thanks so much. your comments are special.
user Stephanie Dodd skeen - Nov 11, 2010
WOW Freda; this sounds not only very good but relatively easy. Are the candied cherries dry? Are they in the baking section?
user FREDA GABLE cookin4me - Nov 11, 2010
No, Stephanie, they are not dry. "They are candied", kinda sticky, They are usually located where the fruit cake & baking supplies are located in your grocers. Check there, or just ask your grocer, they can help you find these. They come in red and green. LOL.
user Stephanie Dodd skeen - Nov 11, 2010
Gotcha; I know now where they are. YUMMO!! Thanks

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