microwave fudge

Microwave Fudge Recipe

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Brenda Overton


this recipe is so easy and you can make it in different flavors. I like to give a few pieces of each in a cellophane bag with a ribbon to friends during the Holidays.
DO NOT DOUBLE this recipe it's easy enought to do many batches and the results are better.


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3 c
choc chips (for other flavors use 2 cups choc and 1 cup butterscotch or peanutbutter chips)
1 can(s)
sweetened condensed milk
3 c
miniture marshmallows
1 tsp
1 c
chopped nuts (optional) walnuts or pecans

How to Make microwave fudge


  • 1in glass microwave bowl layer chips, milk, and marshmallows in this order (DO NOT STIR)
  • 2microwave for 3 mins.
    while cooking line a 8x8 pan with foil large enough to go over the edge for easy removal later.
  • 3remove fudge from microwave and stir in vanilla stir quickly to combine.
  • 4optional -- add nuts (save a few to sprinkle on top of fudge)
  • 5pour in pan smooth out the top sprinkle with nuts if desired cover with another sheet of foil and set in a cool place overnight.
  • 6remove from pan using bottom layer of foil and cut into bite size pieces.

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Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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