Better than eggnog fudge

Eggnog is pretty good. Not the best thing that has come out of culinary minds, but tolerable. This fudge is better. If you don't even like eggnog I would wager that you would like this fudge. It is Christmas in one bite, so velvety smooth, with a hint of eggnog, not too much. It also doesn't have that texture that feels like you're drinking sludge. Can you tell I'm not the biggest fan? This recipe is a bit harder than the Hot Cocoa Fudge. You will need a candy thermometer, and you will need to watch this cook, like a hawk. 5 degrees over and it's caramels. 5 degrees under and you have marshmallows. High altitude. You MUST subtract 2 degrees for every 1,000 feet above sea level. I am

Hot Chocolate Fudge

This fudge is one of my favorites. It's simple to make, simple flavors, but delicious. I have made this every year for Christmas for the last 5 years, and I will continue. It's classic! Luckily, this recipe is not affected by high altitude, unlike other fudge recipes....that I had to make....and re-make....and re-make.....until I finally figured it out. No worries for this one! Super simple, quick, and gives you all those cozy cocoa feels. Hot Cocoa Fudge Recipe: 3 cups dark chocolate chips 1 can sweetened condensed milk 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 T unsweetened cocoa powder 2 tsp vanilla extract, or vanilla bean paste 1 cup marshmallow bits (to cover the top) Spray a 9x 9 inch pan with cooking s

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