Easy 3 Minute Microwave Homemade Fudge
You won't believe this Easy 3 Minute Microwave Homemade Fudge Recipe. This recipe for fudge candy takes only three short minutes to make for a recipe you are sure to try again. And the recipe for fudge candy has plenty of recipe variations so that you can also make different types of sweet recipes with only one fudge recipe. This quick recipe for fudge candy is nice considering fudge recipe from scratch is usually quite time-consuming. Using this easy three-minute microwave homemade fudge recipe will meet your fudge needs, and eventually the kids will be able to take over making the treat for the family. This recipe for fudge candy only has a few ingredients in it, just chocolate chips which can be milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and semi-sweet chocolate. You will also need some evaporated milk for this recipe for fudge candy and some butter. You might even try some mint chocolate chips or some white chocolate to change the recipe for fudge candy up. Think of a great recipe combination that you would like, or let the kids choose the variation that they think they might enjoy, and use the chocolate chips you need. You can also stock up when seasonal chips become available. You can easily store them in the freezer to keep them fresh and then you can pull them out whenever you want to use them in a recipe for fudge candy.
This is a quick and easy recipe for fudge candy that uses only as many ingredients as the time it takes to make this fudge recipe up, only three simple ingredients. To make this recipe for fudge candy you simply add the ingredients and then stir. This recipe for fudge candy is a much easier and quicker process than making a fudge recipe from scratch which requires some time to make including all the various ingredients that are involved, along with heating the ingredients to a specific temperature, whipping the hot sugar mixture until it reaches the right stage, and so on. There is plenty that is involved in making a fudge recipe from scratch. When you do not have the time or energy, or when you want the kids to make the treat, this recipe for fudge candy may be a great choice for the family. This recipe for fudge candy is just the thing you need when you are craving something sweet. You will be surprised at just how easy and yummy this recipe for fudge candy is, and the best part is that it only takes three short minutes.
One of the ingredients in the recipe for fudge candy is some evaporated milk. Evaporated milk is an ingredient you will find in many recipe for fudge candy ideas and simple dessert recipes. Evaporated milk is also known by the name condensed milk. Evaporated milk is an ingredient that is shelf-stable. Condensed milk differs from sweetened condensed milk, which also has sugar. Sweetened condensed milk is a recipe that needs less time to process than condensed milk as the sugar added inhibits the bacterial growth. Evaporated milk, when this ingredient is mixed with water, becomes the rough equivalent of fresh milk, in both the taste and the nutritional value. This fact makes it an attractive food for shipping as it has a shelf life of months or even years, dependent upon the fat and sugar content.
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Nutrition Facts for: 3 Minute Microwave Homemade Fudge From V and Co.
Ingredients: Chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, butter.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 64 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 82, Calories from Fat 38, Total Fat 4.2g 6%, Saturated Fat 2.9g 15%, Cholesterol 6mg 2%, Sodium 20mg 1%, Potassium 63mg 2%, Carbohydrates 9.7g 3%, Dietary Fiber 0.4g 2%, Sugars 8.8g, Protein 1.3g, Vitamin A 1%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 4%, Iron 2%
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