Let's face it Holiday food is very important! It is often included in many traditions and holiday memories. Here are some of our favorites!
Bill: "Pumpkin Pie-very important!"
Sarah: "I make homemade hot chocolate for my girls in the crock pot, they can't get enough!"
Kathy: "My mom's sweet potato recipe, no memory sweeter than that."
Bethany: "Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies! I made over 6 dozen just this weekend and didn't get to enjoy one."
(P.S. Bethany is our office baker! She is so good, her lemon bars are out of this world)
Kim: "We serve heated Shrimp dip with warm tortilla chips as an appetizer while waiting on other guests or the final preparations. DELICIOUS!!"
Easy Fudge Recipe
My mother In Law always made this fudge. So easy, so good! Enjoy!
- 1(12 ounce) can of ready to spread frosting, any flavor
- 1(12 ounce) package chocolate chips, any flavor (ie. chocolate chips)
- Make sure you have complimentary flavors.
- Melt the chips in a microwave safe bowl, stirring every 30 seconds until smooth.
- Melt frosting until pour-able, about 30 seconds.
- Mix together the chips and frosting and pour into a greased 8x8 pan.
- Chill until set, about an hour.Cut into squares.
Makes a very soft, smooth fudge.
Do not use the toffee chips, as they don't melt very well.
Try any other flavor combo you can think of.