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Do you like quick, simple, amazing chocolate candy that only requires 2 ingredients? Oh, you do? Well then, you’re going to LOVE this fudge.
Concocted by 2 ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry, you can’t go wrong with this recipe. Who says that fudge is reserved for the holidays? Not me! I enjoy eating fudge at any time of the year. My kids love it, my husband loves it, the neighbor down the street loves it; EVERYONE loves it. The fact that you only need 2 ingredients and a few moments of your time to make this decadent fudgy delight is also a major plus.
My husband claims he doesn’t have a sweet tooth. He also says he especially doesn’t care for chocolate (can you believe that??) but somehow, every time I make this fudge, it just magically disappears! I know I am definitely eating my fair share of it, and so are the kids – but I wonder what happens to the rest of it… So, are you curious as to what these 2 ingredients are? Continue to the next page!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Living On A Dime.
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Quick Tip: This fudge makes a great gift for friends and family. Wrap in waxed paper and place into tins for a thoughtful way to say, “I care about you.”