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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Easy Indian Corn Fudge - A Guest Post by MiMi


     It has become a new holiday tradition that we can't seem to get enough of.  It started with football fudge for Super Bowl Sunday.  That was such a hit that I was inspired to put a new twist on that recipe for Valentines Day, St. Patrick's Day, Mardi Gras and Easter.  Shortly before it was time to make fudge for the Fourth of July I came across another super easy fudge recipe and decided to give it a try.  I liked it too.  So here we are at Halloween and time to create again.  I saw a cute tri-colored sugar cookie recipe that you layer and slice to look like candy corn.  The thought that I could do the same thing with fudge triumphed my other ideas.  This would be fun to share at any of your fall holiday gatherings.

-MiMi



Easy Indian Corn Fudge

Ingredients:

1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
2/3 cup semi sweet or dark chocolate chips
1 1/3 cups white chocolate chips
1/8 tsp orange icing coloring (I used Wilton's)

  1. Line a small rectangular container with foil and spray with cooking spray.  I used a 4 1/2 x 6 1/2" glass pyrex storage conatiner.
  2. Divide the milk between 3 microwave safe bowls.
  3. Add the semi sweet chocolate chips to one bowl.  Microwave on high for 30 seconds.  Stir until smooth.  It may need 15 seconds more.  Pour into the container and refrigerate while you make the orange layer.
  4. Pour 2/3 cups of white chocolate chips into the second bowl of milk and add the orange color.  Follow the same microwave directions as above.  Gently spread over the first layer.  Refrigerate while making the white layer.
  5. For the final layer add the white chocolate chips to the last bowl of milk and follow the same microwave procedure.  Gently spread over the orange fudge and refrigerate until form. 
  6. Remove fudge from container.  Slice against the color stripes, so you have strips of fudge that have all three colors.  Cut each strip into triangles to resemble candy corn. 

24 comments:

  1. I LOVE fudge! These are adorable. What a great Halloween treat!

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    1. Me too! The funny part is it was my husband who doesn't really like sweets who ate most of this batch though!

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  2. Thank you so much for the recipe. They look wonderful and I know they taste good also.
    Mary

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  3. OK, I have a feeling this will be our new Halloween tradition also. They look fantastic and my son will be thrilled he doesn't have to wait until Christmas for fudge. Thanks for the recipe.

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  4. These are so cute! I love the idea of colorful fudge, you don't see that very often.

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    1. Thank you! It is fun to have something a bit different, especially when it is so easy to make!

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    2. Thank you! It is fun to have something a bit different, especially when it is so easy to make!

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  5. Cool looking fudge. Thanks for sharing with us at #Throwback Thursday. Hope to see you again this week.

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    1. Thanks, Quinn! We have been having fun making colorful fudges for holidays this year. I can't wait to see what kind of crazy roll we get on next year!

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  6. This sounds good and looks even better! :) So cute!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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    1. Thank you, they were a fun one that is for sure!

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  7. What a cute idea Carlee!
    Thanks for sharing this recipe with us at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.

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  8. It is great to have traditions Carlee and I like the way you can vary yours! Thanks for another yummy recipe and linking up with us at #AnythingGoes.

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    1. It is fun to have something to look forward too! Fudge definitely fits the bill! Thanks for hosting!

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  9. I'm not sure I've ever made fudge before, but you're encouraged me to try! Looks fantastic! Thanks for linking up your recipe to Merry Monday!

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    1. Thank you! This is such an easy non-fussy way to make fudge! Thanks for hosting!

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  10. The thought that I could do the same thing with fudge triumphed my other ideas. This would be fun to share at any of your fall holiday gatherings.Wilma Aguilar

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