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COOKIES & CANDY; I decided this might be a great time to start a New Group that focuses on our Favorite COOKIES and CANDIES we all enjoy. I know we all have these, and Many are traditions. Lets see how many Ideas and recipes we can share and post.Coe on Lets all get involved.
Our family enjoys this delicious, creamy, chocolatety tasting fudge for Christmas, or even on Valentine's Day. I like the fact that it doesn't take long to make, plus it's not overly sugary sweet like the other fudge recipes I've made or tried. Besides the brand name semi-sweet chocolate chips, I've also used the generic brand of "real" semi-sweet chocolate chips, which I've purchased from Aldi's, and this fudge still turns out great! Just be sure to use the canned sweetened condensed milk when making this fudge, not the canned evaporated milk. Stick to the exact ingredients listed in this recipe, and follow the directions as written, and your fudge will turn out perfect!
- Easy Chocolate Fudge
I have the mini vanilla wafers...thought I had the mini baking cups. It turns our they are the regular size. Can anyone tell me how I can still use the mini wafers with the larger cup and have it work. Thanks.
Last year i made the awesome mint chocolate truffles and of course this year i wanted to make them again. Wouldn't you know that i can't find the recipe. I looked for the recipe on here and i didn't see the one i used. The one i used was the truffle was rolled in sugar when finished it was so good.
I have a delima & need a quick fix ladies. I ran out of Paraffin & I'm making candy boxes for 20 people to be sent in the mail. The only store in the county doesn't sell it. Walmart is 50 miles away!
I read on one of the candy recipes that some ladies use Crisco instead. Do any of you use it in chocolate & what is the ratio? Thanks!
Many years ago I found a recipe in a magazine for Loretta Lynn's thumbprint cookies does anyone have that recipe that they can share....Mine found the black hole in one of our moves....Thanks. Hugs, Leslie