As Christmas approaches, I usually find myself getting more and more anxious about gift-giving. What should I give my child’s teacher? What about my special neighbor or my son’s karate coach?
I want to give them each something special but I don’t want to be sent to the poor house when I’m done. I also don’t want to run myself ragged making a million home-made things.
A few years ago, I stumbled upon this easy home-made fudge recipe and I’ve been happily giving it to those special people ever since. It’s a huge hit every. single. time.
This recipe is EASY and it is seriously GOOD!
You won’t need a candy thermometer and you don’t have to be a baking guru to make this recipe a success!
Did I mention that it was EASY?!
If you’re making it for a lot of people, you can easily double the recipe. Be sure to use a large sauce pan and a 9 x 13 pan. Doubling the recipe will make A LOT of fudge!
Also, after making it several times, I have decided that I personally like it better when I use all milk chocolate chips instead of adding some semi-sweet to the mixture. I also use a higher quality chocolate chip — like Ghiradelli — to get a better flavor.
Y’all…I love this recipe!!
Ready for the best part (besides eating it!)? It takes less than 30 minutes to make.
If you’re struggling with gift ideas, this is a quick and easy home-made gift that everyone is sure to love!
You can find more recipes, crafts, and holiday decorating ideas on my blog, Lilacs & Longhorns. I’d love to have you come and visit me!
Thanks so much for reading today!