Super Duper Fudge

Super Duper Fudge by Janice D Nelson
Super Duper Fudge by Janice D Nelson

Many of us have seasonal holiday treats we make annually. Then one year, the recipe is given up in favor of another that is easier or cheaper to make, and a tempting delight is left behind. This is one such recipe. It’s easy to make, too good to not eat all of it, and too expensive to make often. This year I decided to resurrect Super Duper Fudge and share more of the wealth with family.

Super Duper Fudge is easy to prepare and consists of a hodgepodge of sweet and crunchy ingredients. The total amount of work consists of dumping all the ingredients in a very large microwavable bowl that becomes heavy to lift in and out of the microwave, and heating and stirring ingredients every two to three minutes until all are throughly melted and blended together:

Ingredients

Sweetened condensed milk, 4-5 cans (to taste)
Tiny swig of Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp
Dash of salt
2 large packages of milk chocolate bits
1 package of dark or semi sweet chocolate bits
1 package of white chocolate bits
1 package of butterscotch bits
1 package of toffee brittle bits
1 package of peanut butter bits
1 package of Butterfinger bits
1 cup of raisins
1 small bag of chopped walnuts

Super Duper Fudge by Janice D Nelson
Super Duper Fudge by Janice D Nelson

While the ingredients are melting in the microwave, line several glass containers with wax paper. When the ingredients are blended together, pour the hot thick liquid fudge into the containers. Then refrigerate them overnight.

The next day the fudge will be ready to cut and serve. I tend to cut them into 3/4” squares or rectangles and package them to store in the freezer.

Take them out of the freezer one hour before serving.

Super Duper Fudge by Janice D Nelson
Super Duper Fudge by Janice D Nelson
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