Friday, December 21, 2012

1-2-3 Fudge {Microwave} & Weekend Potluck #47

WELCOME TO WEEKEND POTLUCK.....AND 
MERRY CHRISTMAS TOO! OH...AND...
HAPPY NEW YEAR ALSO!

(Since ya'll will be tired of cooking, and we look forward to a break, Weekend Potluck will return in TWO weeks..ya'll come back now ya hear?)

We can all return refreshed & ready to head back to the kitchen in the new year!! 


And....you get a fresh, new recipe instead of a Flashback today! 

I've been making this fast and easy fudge for years.  You can change it up by using different frosting flavors, or chips, adding extracts, etc.  
Can't beat it for E-Z!! 

THREE simple ingredients - 4 if you want to add nuts or craisins....

Ready...set....GO! 


1-2-3 FUDGE 

1 - 16 ozs. tub milk chocolate ready-to-use frosting
1 - 12 ozs. bag milk chocolate baking chips
1 Tb. butter
1/2 - 1 c. nuts or craisins, optional 

Grease a 9" X 9" pan.  Place frosting, chips and butter in a glass bowl.  Heat in the microwave for 1 minutes; stir to melt and blend everything together.  Stir in nuts or craisins.  Pour into prepared pan.  Allow to cool. Cut into squares.

Yield: 36 pieces 

Linked to Ingredient Spotlight - Chocolate


Now, let's take a quick peek back at last week...

The recipe with the most clicks was ~

Cherry Pie BarsCherry Pie Bars by Julie’s Eats & Treats

Recipes that caught our attention ~

Christmas GIfts From Your KitchenChristmas Gifts From Your Kitchen by My Biscuits Are Burning
Flavored ButtersFlavored Butters by Your Home Based Mom

And, a personal favorite ~

Cherry Nut Chicken Salad by Miz Helen's Country Cottage 











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11 comments :

Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes said...

Thanks for the party! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Miz Helen said...

Good Morning Marsha,
I am so excited you featured my Cherry Nut Chicken Salad, thank you so much! Your fudge looks awesome,I am going to try it. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and thanks for hosting!
Miz Helen

mamamia said...

Your fudge does look very easy and yummy!

Thank you for featuring Christmas Gifts from your Kitchen. I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Mamamia @ My Biscuits are Burning

Stephanie Carlson said...

Merry Christmas, Marsha! Thank you for hosting.

kitty said...

The fudge does look really tasty, Marsha! Thanks for hosting and Merry Christmas.

Cindy B. said...

Hi Marsha, thanks for hosting :)

Dawn said...

Hope you have a wonderful Christmas Marsha. I have all the ingredients to make the microwave fudge so I have to give it a try this weekend.And those flavored butter look delish!

Dawn said...

Hope you have a wonderful Christmas Marsha. I have all the ingredients to make the microwave fudge so I have to give it a try this weekend.And those flavored butter look delish!

Melissa Bo said...

Merry Christmas Marsha! =)

Your fudge recipe looks so easy..and good!

Kari Lindsay said...

I can hardly believe how easy this fudge is to make! I love the idea of craisins to make the fudge more festive.
Merry Christmas!

Evelyn said...

Thank you for hosting a terrific party!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.

Now following via GFC:)