My mom’s method to accomplish her work at home was to offer us snacks for each task that we accomplished.
This was a smart approach, since she was able to create this Uber incredible Fudge. This was delicious, it was hard to refuse anything she wanted. I’ve learned some great parenting advice from her! My love for cooking has been heavily influenced by my mom’s cooking. It began with watching her prepare some food in the kitchen. she would ask me to try it out to get a better understanding of different flavors. In the following years, I began to experiment with some of her recipes, which included this one among the recipes. The first time I tried it, it failed and the mix was burnt and I was very angry. But she encouraged me to attempt this recipe again. The next time I was able to nail it. This is a traditional family recipe that I’m sure you’ll be enthralled by this recipe.
To make this recipe, you’ll need some of the ingredients listed below:
Two and 1/2 cups of white sugar granulated
3/4 cup butter
2/3 cup evaporated milk 2/3 cup evaporated
12 ounce package (2 cups) semi-sweet chocolate chips
7 ounces of marshmallow cream in a jar (also known as marshmallow fluff)
1 teaspoon vanilla
Place an aluminum foil sheet or parchment on a 9 or 8 inch pan. Spray with nonstick. Set aside.
In a large 3 quart heavy saucepan set over a high flame add sugar as well as butter and evaporated milk. Use a wooden spoon stir the mixture slowly until butter melts. Scrape sides of pan to extract all sugar crystals.
Bring the mixture to a complete rolling boil, constantly stirring using the large wooden spoon. Once it has started to boil set a timer to 5 minutes , then lower the heat to medium to ensure your fingers don’t get burned off. It should be boiling for all the way through. Keep stirring.
When the timer starts to go off then remove the pan from the heat adding chocolate chips. Stir until chips have melted and the mixture is smooth. Add marshmallow creme , and beat it with an wooden spoon until combined. Add vanilla and mix thoroughly. Pour immediately into the pan.
Allow to cool until the temperature of room. (Good luck with this.)
Serve and slice! Place on a counter that is covered.