Saturday, July 14, 2007
Ziploc Baggie Fudge Recipe - Great Summertime Fudge (Fun for Kids)
Thanks go to Jeannie for this fun, heat-free summertime candy project. Wow, does it ever sound good!
1 stick butter or margarine (or 1/2c. peanut butter)
1 tsp vanilla
4 oz. cream cheese
2/3c. unsweetened cocoa powder
1lb. powdered sugar
Cover a paper plate with foil and set aside. (I didn't do this, I just left it in the ziplock.) Place butter (or peanut butter), cream cheese and vanilla in a large Ziplock bag, seal the bag and squish it until the ingredients are combined (about 5 minutes). Add the cocoa and powdered sugar and continue squishing the bag until everything is well mixed (5 - 10 minutes). Empty the bag onto the foil-wrapped plate. ( I left mine in the bag ). Let stand for a few minutes to solidify. Cut into cubes and enjoy!!! Refrigerate leftovers!!
Labels: candy recipes, candymaking, cocoa powder, cooking with kids, fudge recipes, kids cooking, kids projects, peanut butter, powdered sugar, summertime cooking, vanilla
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