Saturday, December 20, 2014

Million Dollar Fudge...



Million Dollar Fudge Recipe

My Dear Mother use to make this Fudge Recipe every Christmas!
This recipe has been around for years and so it is tried and true;
Sweet and smooth
 Creamy and tasty

I feel that if you mix the first 4 ingredients in the saucepan and warm it slightly
 Till butter melts, shut off the stove and let it sit for a little while,
Stirring it often it allows the sugar to dissolve a little.
(My little secret so the fudge is creamy and not grainy)!!



 Million Dollar Fudge

Put In Saucepan;

4 1/2 cups sugar

1/4 tsp. of salt

2 tablespoons butter

1- 12 ounce can evaporated milk

Put in a bowl;

1 bag- 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chip morsels

2- 7ounce size Hershey Chocolate Bars (Giant Bar)

1 pint marshmallow cream (7oz size)

Add a few Walnuts if you like nuts or any kind is good. 1/2 cup or so..


In the large bowl Put chocolate chips and both chocolate bars broken into chunks
 Add the marshmallow cream and walnuts in a big bowl. (Set Aside)


Boil the sugar, salt, butter, evaporated milk together for six minutes.
Use your timer!

Pour the boiling syrup over the ingredients. Beat until chocolate is all melted, then pour
Into a lightly greased 9x13 pan. Let stand a few hours before cutting.

Remember, it is better the second day. Store in tin box. And use wax paper on top and pop 
into your freezer.
 I leave a small tin in the refrigerator and the other one I freeze for New Years!

So far I have made two Pumpkins pies and one apple pie this morning!
The Pumpkin pies are for my Hubby, the apple is for me ;o)
I Have all the ingredients for my Fudge,
I enjoy making this because of all the sweet memories as a child!
A Million Memories I am sharing today with you all my sweet blogging friends...
This Fudge would just melt in your mouth! m-m-m good!


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Remember, you can make all your Christmas cookies and freeze them!
Just use wax paper in between the layers,
 And you should check out the Dollar Tree Store as it has the cutest Christmas Tin cans
 to store your cookies and fudge in!




12 comments:

Jan Tanis said...

Oh my, that fudge sounds delicious, as do the pumpkin and apple pies!! Enjoy your time in the kitchen!

Hugs,
Jan

NanaDiana said...

That sounds really good, Roxy. I have never seen this fudge recipe before. I am copying it over to my files. Have a wonderful weekend- xo Diana

Kelley said...

All of your efforts are jam-packed with love! Good job, Roxy!

Hugs and Merry Christmas,
Kelley~

Jann Olson said...

Hi Roxy, my kids are coming tomorrow for our annual baking day. To get a head start I made one batch of toffee, white fudge, and regular fudge this morning. I have heard of this Million Dollar fudge but haven't tried it. Sounds very similar to what I made except I used 1 c. semi sweet and 1 c. milk chocolate chips. I'll have to try your recipe some time. Have a very Merry Christmas!
hugs,
Jann

Cranberry Morning said...

Looks like a fool-proof recipe to me! I'm going to try it. I love easy. :-)

Melanie said...

Your fudge recipe is definitely a keeper! I've not had good luck with fudge and I think I could pull this off! Thanks for sharing!

Kelly-Anne @ Beautiful Girlhood said...

Oh my, Roxy! This fudge sounds so very delicious! How very special it was the recipe your own mother used:). Have a blessed Christmas!

Bethany Carson said...

That sounds like a wonderfully delicious treat!

Julia said...


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Estelle's said...

It just wouldn't be Christmas without homemade fudge! I have made this often, along with Mamie Eisenhower's Million Dollar fudge! Divine isn't it? Wishing you and all those you love, a very Blessed Christmas day Roxy!

vickie morgan said...

Great recipe! Our favorite fudge of the year -so good and never fails.

Laura Lane said...

It sounds delicious.


Have a wonderful winter season!
Blessings,
Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage

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