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My mother would make fudge with my sisters and I every December.
When it came to holiday baking and candy making my mom was better than Betty Crocker. Seriously, we should have called her Cathy crocker. Cathy is my mom’s name. Anyway, mom always had yummy holiday cookies, cakes, pies, and FUDGE laying around.
Her fudge recipes were seriously easy to follow; sort of like the one on the following page. I came across a candy cane fudge recipe on the Cutting Back kitchen blog. Just check out the picture. Doesn’t this yummy fudge look fabulous?
I think you could even make this fudge for Valentines Day because of the pretty pink hue!
Are you excited about this recipe? Would you like to know how to make it? Find all the details over on the next page 🙂
Recipe and image courtesy of Cutting Back Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Place candy canes or peppermint candies into a Ziploc bag and smash them with a hammer.