Thursday, October 8, 2015

Hazelnut Hot Cocoa Fudge
















Fudge and Hot Cocoa. For me, these two things are as much a part of Fall as crisp leaves, ripe pumpkins, and warm sweaters! When the weather drops and the wind begins to chill, there's no better treat than a warm cup of Honeyville Hot Cocoa and a slice of my mom's famous fudge!

It's my love of these two great Autumn treats that got me thinking: Is it possible to make delicious fudge with Honeyville Hot Cocoa Mix? I decided that it couldn't hurt to try, right? So with a can of our Hazelnut Hot Cocoa and a few other ingredients, I set off to create the perfect Fall Fudge recipe. Ladies and Gentlemen, I believe I found it! Say hello to our Hazelnut Hot Cocoa Fudge!

Ingredients:
1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 cup (2 sticks) Butter
1 bag Small Marshmallows
1 cup Dark Chocolate Chips

Directions:
First, pick a deep pan that you can make your fudge in.

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Next, place that pan on your stove top, at medium heat. Add sweetened condensed milk and hot cocoa mix and stir slowly until ingredients are completely incorporated. 

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Once incorporated, add butter, cold, and stir until melted.

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Next, add marshmallows and stir until completely melted.

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Once marshmallows are melted, add your dark chocolate chips, and stir in until melted and you have a dark look.

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Pour fudge into your USA Pan Square Cake Pan. Place in refrigerator and let set up for 2 hours, then remove, slice, and serve.

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Thick, rich, and packed with hot cocoa and hazelnut flavor, this fudge was made for Fall! The hot cocoa mix gives the perfect amount of flavor and sweetness, while the chocolate chips bring in some added richness that can only come with the perfect slice of fudge. Serve this up at any Fall gathering and see your friends and families faces light up with delight!

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Fall is all about Fudge and Hot Cocoa, so why not have both with this amazing recipe!

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