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Holiday Fudge

Recipe photo courtesy of Sang An

Make homemade fudge an even sweeter gift with crushed peppermint. This is a great way to use leftover candy canes -- simply put them in a zip-top plastic bag and then pound with a kitchen mallet.

Source: Martha Stewart Kids
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Cook's Notes

This fudge can be made with white-chocolate chips instead of the semisweet. If desired, mix an additional cup crushed peppermint candies into the chocolate mixture.

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  • MS10063283
    8 DEC, 2008
    This fudge turned out great. Really easy recipe to follow. White chocolate chip version solidified faster than the chocolate, so when pouring, you had to work fast. Would make this again.
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