Very Best Baking for the Recipe. I excluded the nuts we're not big on nuts or I'm not I guess. This fudge is very moist and with 3 main ingredients, you can't beat that.
2.) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge. Okay, I know what you're thinking, "More Fudge!!" It takes more effort then the chocolate fudge but it is well worth it. This was my pick, of course it had to be the most difficult one of them all, but not bad. If you love cookie dough then this is the fudge for you. It's a cookie dough part with a fudge part and then Wa LA.....Chocolate chip cookie dough fudge. I found this recipe on Mel's Kitchen Cafe.com, Excellent!! I didn't have mini chips or semi sweet left after making a double batch of the Easy Chocolate Fudge so I crush up some regular sized milk chocolate chips and it worked well.
- Buy some sugar cookie dough in a round log; I bought the super sized roll it worked great for the next steps
- Cut the rounds and give you a slice and your child a slice on a floured surface
- Press the round down with your hands and flatten with wax paper
- Take your gingerbread man cookie cutter and press
- Take a spatula and add them to your pan and bake as your dough instructs
- EASY EASY EASY, FUN FUN FUN I especially loved my daughter going cross eyed at the flour on her nose, "I can see it, I can see it."
4.) Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies!! This isn't your average Peanut butter cookie, it is, once again 3 ingredients for the dough.
- 1 cup Sugar
- 1cup Peanut Butter
- 1 egg
This one is so quick and easy I'm saving it for a Christmas Day make. So you will have to imagine that those Chex cereal pieces have chocolatey sugary goodness all over them. There are also many many other great goodies you can make with Chex cereal. The recipe's can be found on the back/side of your box but just in case you buy the non name brand cereal the recipe can be found here at Chex online. It takes about 30 minutes to make and it is a crowd pleaser if you've never tried it you better get going. Chex cereal with melted chocolate/peanut butter mixture and all shuck up with powdered sugar, you're missing out. I sometimes forget about making these but the kids don't, they love them and they are so easy that I don't mind making a batch or even two.
Happy Baking and Happy Holidays!!!