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Take It Easy Over The Holidays With This Stupid-Easy Recipe!
I remember the first time I made fudge. It was on the stove top and it was relatively easy. Then, I came across microwave fudge and my mind was totally blown. How could an already super easy recipe possibly get any easier?? All you do is mix 4 ingredients together and nuke them in the microwave for a few minutes. Can you believe that is all that it takes? And trust me, this fudge comes out tasty and looking like candy store quality. You are going to be so amazed by this recipe.
If you need to make a quick snack or a candy to give away as a gift, this Milky Way microwave fudge is the ticket. With the holidays in full swing I am in baking and candy making mode. I made this yummy fudge to include in some gift boxes that I am handing out.
These pieces of fudge are pretty stable after they harden up a bit but make sure the boxes don’t rest in a place where they can become warm or your gift will be chocolate sauce instead of fudge.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.
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Quick Tip: Make sure you allow the fudge to completely cool before slicing.