White Chocolate Fudge {CCC}

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    Hello! I’m Kalleen from At Second Street. I am so excited to be here today and share one of my favorite holiday traditions, CHOCOLATE. My mother, sisters and I spend a week after Thanksgiving making around 350 pounds of hand-dipped chocolates. You can read more about it HERE.
    Not everyone has an amazing mom like me to sit next to them and help them dip chocolates for their neighbors, co-workers and friends. So, I thought I’d give you something almost as good, our recipe for White Chocolate Fudge with cashews. It’s to die for!
    White chocolate fudge is easy to make yet your neighbors will think you’re a professional candy maker. This just may become your newest secret family recipe.

    White Chocolate Fudge

    Course: Dessert
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: White Chocolate Fudge
    Prep Time: 15 minutes
    Cook Time: 10 minutes
    Let Sit: 2 hours
    Total Time: 2 hours 25 minutes
    Servings: 20
    Calories: 591
    Author: Jamielyn Nye
    White chocolate fudge is easy to make yet your neighbors will think you’re a professional candy maker! So delicious! 

    Ingredients

    • 4 1/2 cups sugar
    • 12 oz evaporated milk (1 can)
    • 2 sticks butter (2 cubes)
    • 30 oz white chocolate chips (2 1/2 bags)
    • 7 oz marshmallow cream
    • 2 tsp vanilla
    • 6-9 oz cashews (salted)

    Instructions

    • In a mixing bowl (works best in a kitchen aid), place 1 cube of butter, chocolate chips, marshmallow cream and vanilla. Let sit.
    • Combine sugar, evaporate milk, and one cube of butter in a tall pan. On medium heat bring to a boil and boil for 10 minutes.
    • Pour hot syrup over chips, etc in mixing bowl. Whip until everything is fully incorporated.
    • Pour fudge into buttered 9×13 pan with a parchment paper lining. Pour cashews over the top. Evenly spread and press into the fudge. ( Make sure the nuts are secure in the fudge, so they wont fall off later when you flip your pan.)
    • Let fudge set up in fridge for a few hours.
    • Once you’ve let it set for a couple hours somewhere cold, turn your pan over and let some hot water run over the bottom of the pan. Make sure to hold you fingers over the opening so that your fudge doesn’t drop into the sink. After a couple of seconds of hot water the fudge should release.
    • Drop the pan over onto parchment paper so you can cut it into pieces.

    Nutrition

    Calories: 591kcal | Carbohydrates: 82g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 27g | Saturated Fat: 15g | Cholesterol: 38mg | Sodium: 139mg | Potassium: 245mg | Sugar: 78g | Vitamin A: 335IU | Vitamin C: 0.6mg | Calcium: 140mg | Iron: 0.9mg
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    Once you’ve let it set for a couple hours somewhere cold, turn your pan over and let some hot water run over the bottom of the pan. Make sure to hold you fingers over the opening so that your fudge doesn’t drop into the sink. After a couple of seconds of hot water the fudge should release.

    Drop the pan over onto parchment paper so you can cut it into pieces. I got out my ruler to cut 20 even pieces. Once cut, I wrapped each piece in plastic wrap.You can deliver your white chocolate fudge as is or you can dress it up in one of these SWEET bags:
    They are the perfect size for one or two pieces of fudge.
    I printed this fun images onto Paper sacks from Michaels.(CELEBRATE IT, paper sacks, 3-1/2″ x 2″ x 6-3/4″, 16 pieces)
    To make your own, down load the file HERE.***To print, click on PRINT in FILE menu. Then click OPEN WITH PREVIEW. Then click on PRINT in preview FILE menu. When the print options box opens change paper size from standard to untitled. Tape down the bottom flap on the back and print. ***
    If making fudge is not for you, you can still fill the sacks with you favorite holiday goodie.
    Hope your holidays are SWEET!
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