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Rocky Road Fudge Recipe

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Launa Thompson
Added: Thursday, October 16, 2008


Large Pot:
1 Can Carnation Evaporated Milk
4 Cups Sugar

Large Bowl:
3 Cups Chocolate Chips
2 Cubes Butter, Cut in small pieces
1 1/2 tsp. Vanilla
1- 7 ounce jar Marshmellow Creme

1- 16 ounce bag Miniature Marshmellows
2 Cups Chopped Walnuts


Prepare your jelly roll pan with foil that is cut larger than the pan. This makes it easier to peel the fudge back after it has been cut.

In a large bowl place the Chocolate Chips, cut up cubes of butter and Marshmallow Creme. Set Aside.
In Large pot add 1 large can evaporated milk and the 4 cups of sugar. Stir on medium heat until mixture comes to rolling boil. Turn down to low and stir constantly for 10 minutes. *Use Wire Whip to stir mixture. Pour hot mixture over the chocolate chips, butter, and marshmellow creme and vanilla. Stir together until mixture is well mixed. Add the chopped walnuts stirring until well mixed. Wait a couple of minutes, then gently stir in miniature marshmallows. Spread out onto a jelly roll pan. Refrigerate until cool then add some foil or saran wrap over fudge so it doesn't dry out in refrigerator. This will last days in the refer if covered well.

Note: If you stir the marshmallows in without waiting the couple of minutes the marshmallows will melt.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
*My hubby's favorite, and I always make this at Christmas for friends.




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