Could you use just the peppermint extract without the crushed candy for a smoother fudge? Did you try this recipe? Spray the foil with cooking spray. Step 2 In a small bowl, add remaining Andy's mints and remaining butter.
Agreed, tasted like gum. White Chocolate Fudge with Cranberries and Pistachios.
You know, the fudge recipe on the back of the marshmallow creme jars? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I made it pink instead of green too so fingers crossed it tastes yummy when I get it out of the fridge!
Share 17. Make sure the butter and mints are combined well, but don't completely melt down the mints.
Key Lime Fudge from Recipegirl. Looks good, hopefully tastes good too!: I melted the white chocolate chips first then mixed in the condensed milk.
Dulce de Leche Caramel Fudge. Five minutes? Pull-Apart Dogs in a Blanket.
When I added the Condensed milk to my melted chocolates it became very soupy. You are here: My wife and I just made this, but we did not wait long enough for it to cool down before folding in the mini chocolate chips. Yes, that would work fine! Should I add less condensed milk? Weird question but it popped in my head while I was reading about people having issues with it separating and being oily.
And you could crush some candy canes and sprinkle them on top. You can certainly use peppermint extract, just remember, it will taste more like a peppermint candy cane than Mint chocolate chip ice cream. Any suggestions?