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This is my favorite fudge recipe. My family and I usually end up out of state, and away from home, during the holidays. I like making up a few of our favorite treats and bring them with us. I think this will help my children remember our family holidays as special. Whether you make our favorite recipes, or take your own, make your children’s holiday happier by bring something you have made for them with you. Package carefully and place into checked luggage. Follow our instructions on www.luckylittletravelers.com for specially packing optional items so that nothing leaks into your suitcase and makes a mess. We triple ziploc, put into a travel spacebag, and then into checked luggage. For more travel advice please see our wesite www.luckylittletravelers.com
This was a commonly known fudge recipe during the 1950′, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. My Grandmother, mother, and I have used this tried and true family pleaser. I hope you make it and enjoy it!
Combine in a saucepan, boil and stir for 10 minutes
41/2 Cups of Sugar
1 Can Condensed Milk
Combine in large mixing bowl
2 sticks of butter
3 Bags (packages) chocolate chips (12 ounce size)
1 package of marshmallows (8 ounce size)
2 cups chopped walnuts
2 T. vanilla
Pour part 1 (hot sugar and milk mixture from saucepan) over part 2 (butter, marshmallows, vanilla, choc. chips and nuts) and mix thoroughly. (make sure that all butter, choc. chips, and marshmallows are melted into the mix.
Pour into a buttered cookie sheet and put into refrigerator to set.