Thursday, December 18, 2008

The Quickest Rocky Road Fudge Ever!

Oh goodness...I first made this recipe 2 years ago when my longtime craftin' friend Jill West sent it to immediately became a big hit with everyone that tried it. It looks pretty impressive for as easy a recipe as it is to make and the flavor is DELICIOUS! Of any goody I have posted, let me recommend this as an instant favorite!

Now Jill West and I have been busy finishing up our annual woodcraft project, so you will get to see that soon--------along with some more tasty recipes if I find the time to post them.

Rocky Road Fudge

1- 12 oz bag of chocolate chips(oops the semi sweet type)
1- cup butterscotch chips(1/2 of a bag)
1- cup crunchy peanut butter
1- Tablesppon margarine or butter
1- 10.5 oz bag of mini marshmallows

Grease 8x8 or 9x9 pan (I use an 11x7 pyrex dish) and line with plastic wrap. In a 4 qt pan, combine all chips, butter/margarine, and peanut butter. Cook over medium heat until melted (2-3 minutes)(mine takes a little longer than this, but be careful not to overcook or the chips will harden). Remove melted chip mixture and quickly stir in marshmallows and spread in dish.

Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Remove plastic wrap and cut into squares.

TIP: Jill substituted chocolate caramel chips one time and says this was tasty too!

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Curt in Carmel said...

Can't wait to see the wood crafting! Hurry Hurry! LOL Best, Curt

KRISTIN said...

yum! will have to try this - when do you add the marshmallows?

Sue said...

Oops sorry Kristin...add them after you remove the melted chips off the stove. I will add that into the recipe! Thanks and these are YUMMY! I am going to get you baking yet LOL!

Dawn said...

I'm literally foaming at the mouth!!
Could you send some up my way please!!! LOL

KRISTIN said...

You're right - you got me - making fudge this week! For this one, do you use semi-sweet choc chips or the milk chocolate or....
Can you tell I'm not a baker?
I'll let you know what happens! lol

KRISTIN said...

You are funny! - (responding to your msg on my blog) and you're daughter is beautiful! Sorry to be so technical on your recipes - I have to follow through to a "t" since I am not a 'freehand' baker :)! With your blog so handy, I won't need to crack open a cookbook!

Kerry D-C said...

mmmm...mmmmm...I love fudge too! :) You sure know alot of people named Jill!

Jenn said...

Oh wow, this does sound so good. It has all of my favorite ingredients in it!

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