Half Century Fudge

Okay kids!  I’m hooked on a new treat.  And this is funny… I’ve never really been a huge fan of fudge.  But I’m hooked.  Lived the first half-century of life without it.  Intend to enjoy it the second half-century!

Ha!  That’s a good name.  “Half Century Fudge”!

My sister-in-law introduced us to this recipe.  And it’s easy as can be.

1 Can of Eagle Brand

1 ½ bags of any kind of baking chips  (I’m loving a bag of chocolate chips and half a bag of peanut butter chips.)

You heat these ingredients up in the microwave.  30 seconds.  Stir.  30 seconds.  Stir.  30 seconds.  Stir and then spread into a buttered dish.

If you’d like to add some nuts, stir them in on that last stirring.

We’re so kind to one another with this fudge.  We just plow into it on day one, eating enormous pieces.  Eventually, we’re down to just a little bit left… and it’s not that we’re tired of it… we’re just polite.  We keep taking itsy-bitsy slices from it, making sure we leave a bit in the dish for the next person!  And when it’s finally gone, we wait a day or two, and then we make another batch. 


6 Responses to “Half Century Fudge”

  1. micah says:

    Looks good!

  2. Sandy says:

    It’s so delicious. But better than this… so EASY!! I love it!

  3. Cheryl says:

    Anything is good that is made with sweetened condensed milk! In fact growing up my brother experimented with cooking a can in boiling water….it was delish! Just the other day I saw a recipe that just cooked the milk. Brought back memories of my older brother.:)

  4. Sandy says:

    So true. When I was a child, my cousin Dawn taught me to make ice-cream by going outside with a bowl of Eagle Brand in the winter, and stirring freshly fallen snow into it. I love the stuff!

  5. Marcea Clive says:

    Sandy, I have been making this since 1989. It is so good I will never forget when I got the recipe and who gave it to me. Try maraschino cherries (drained)….Miniature marshmallows……….Nothing better or faster for Christmas treats.

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