GRACE'S CHERRY POMEGRANATE FUDGE

Grace's Cherry  Pomegranate Fudge

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BOUGHT SOME CHERRY POM. DRINK FLAVORING AT THE DOLLAR GENERAL AND THOUGHT I'D USE A PACKET IN THE FUDGE. HOPE U LIKE IT

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
5 Min

Ingredients

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    3 bags white choc chips
  • ·
    2 cans sweetened milk
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    2-3 cups powdered sugar
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    1 packet cherry pomagranate drink flavoring
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    oblong pan lined with wax paper

How to Make GRACE'S CHERRY POMEGRANATE FUDGE

Step-by-Step

  1. MELT W. CHOC CHIPS IN DOUBLE BOILER. ADD SWEETENED CAN MILK. ADD FLAVORING. ADD POWDERED SUGAR. ALWAYS STIRRING AS U ADD EACH INGREDIENT.
  2. BLEND WELL. POUR INTO OBLONG PAN LINED WITH WAX PAPER
  3. PLACE IN FRIDGE FOR A FEW HOURS. TAKE OUT. CUT INTO SQRS AND PLATE

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Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Other Tag: Quick & Easy



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