Friday, December 11, 2009

Rocky Road Fudge


I have been wanting to make fudge, it seems like I made it many years ago, but I had no idea what I was doing back then! This recipe is easy and fun to make, not to mention it tastes amazing!

One thing I did learn was to have your Mice in place or Mise en place if you want to get technical. When the chocolate is ready you have to have your nuts and marshmallows ready to go!

I like a 50/50 ratio of Marshmallows to Fudge, so I used the large sized Marshmallows

1 (12)ounce package Semi Sweet Chocolate Morsels (any brand will do)
1 (14) ounce can Sweetened Condensed Milk (I used the fat free one)
1 tsp Vanilla extract
3 cups mini marshmallows (I used the large ones)
1 cup chopped Walnuts

Line a 13X9 baking pan with foil and grease lightly with butter

Microwave morsels and milk in a large microwave safe bowl for 1 minute on high, stir

Microwave an additional 10 to 20 second intervals until smooth

Stir in Vanilla and fold in marshmallows and nuts

Press into the prepared baking pan and refrigerate until ready to serve

Lift from pan, remove foil and cut into squares (keep leftovers in fridge)

21 comments:

Lynda said...

This fudge looks sinfully addictive...I have never tried making it in the microwave before-it seems almost foolproof this way!Now I'm suddenly craving, fudge, Cheryl..and I had convinced myself that I didn't need it this year!

Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer said...

One word "DANGEROUS" hehehe

Katherine Aucoin said...

If you brought that fudge to school, I swear I'd be your best friend - lol!

All I can do is drool!

Denise said...

Ooooh,I want some and I want it NOW!!

♥peachkins♥ said...

This looks very festive to me!!

The Blonde Duck said...

I. Love. Fudge.

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Grace said...

all kinds of excellent. i'm kind of excited by your use of big marshmallows--that's actually my favorite part of fudges like this. lovely. :)

pigpigscorner said...

ooo they look so good!

teresa said...

mmmm, nothing says christmas like that fugde!

tamilyn said...

I like that you used big marshmallows-more is better, in my opinion :)

Pam said...

Mmmmm. It looks rich and delicious Cheryl!

MaryBeth said...

My husband really liked this, even though he is not a nut fan. My mother in law however simply loved i...nuts and all.

sophia said...

I'm now convinced that EVERY fudge should have marshmallows in them...I don't really like fudge because it has a monotone texture and sickly sweetness, but with marshmallows and nuts...it actually sounds and looks really appealing!

The Blonde Duck said...

I had to confess--I inhaled both PB fudge and creamy praline fudge this weekend...

Bethie said...

That looks dynamite. I might just have to whip up a batch! I am thinking marshmallows and walnuts!!

figtree said...

I love rocky road ice cream so I know I will LOVE this fudge! Thanks for the yummy recipe.

Sophie said...

OOOh Waw!! You made these rocky road lovelyness!!

MMMMMMM,...I am going to make a large batch!! Thanks for this yummie recipe!!

Sophie said...

Dear Cheryl,

I have made this rocky road fudge for christmas but with pecans instead of walnuts!!

It was a huge hit with my family & with children & grown up children as well. I used white & rose coloured marshmellows!!

Thanks again , dear friend!!

MMMMMMMM,..they taste awesome!!!

MMMMMMMMMMMMM,...!!!! They also made great food gifts!!

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