Fudge…

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No this is not a post about Ralphie and his Dad changing a tire. I am posting this recipe because my friend Wendy and some other gals in my small group at church were literally freaking out at the ease and taste of this fudge. I personally haven’t had it but I am certainly going to try it. It sounds so simple!

One package any flavor chocolate chips, one can ready made frosting.
Microwave chocolate chips and stir until smooth, mix in the frosting and stir until smooth, you can microwave additional 30 seconds if needed. Butter a 9×9 inch pan, pour fudge into pan and refrigerate until it sets enough to cut.

She used triple chocolate icing and andes mint chocolate chips, but she said you can use any combination to come up with different flavors of fudge. Seriously, they went on and on about this recipe…oh yeah, she said she got the recipe at her “Curves Convention.” I am sure it’s bound to create more curves this Christmas season. πŸ™‚

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About rolanda

Forty-something, married to a great guy with a stellar beard, we have 3 children, 2 granny babies and super cool son-in-law. I home school my kids because I love to be around them, I hope they turn out ok. I am a pediatric nurse and I live near the Kansas City area. I like vintage things. I love people, coffee and Jesus and I also love to write.
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2 Responses to Fudge…

  1. mommyrulz says:

    ooohhh….I am so trying this today!

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  2. rolandapete says:

    Let me know how this comes out!!

    Like

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