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My marshmallow sea salt fudge:

December 19, 2013


I love handing out holiday treats for friends and family.  If you are not celebrating Christmas I will not give you Christmas treats.  I came up with a wonderfully easy breezy fudge.  I discovered years ago how easy fudge is to make and wondered why there was so much fuss about it.  This morning for my dear friend Mark I made this wonderful fudge for him.  I missed celebrating Hanukkah this year with him and decided it would be better to be late than never.  We are having coffee and a winter afternoon of catching up.  He has no idea I am bringing this treat to him. 

All you need for this is really a good chocolate, great condensed milk, butter, marshmallows, a very good vanilla, pinch of salt for the cooking, a good grade of sea salt and a little time out of your day.   I made this before I did my workout this morning.  Instead of placing the marshmallows on top of the fudge or making a marshmallow cream, when the fudge was warm (not hot) I added the little guys and folded them in.  Removing the pot off of the heat and placing the mix in a lined pan I then pressed the sea salt into the top of the fudge.  A few hours in the fridge and the fudge is ready for cutting, packing and giving to my dear friend Mark. The sweetness of the fudge and the salty touch on the top is a wonderful mixture of sweet and salty.  There is no other way to describe it.  J

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