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Mom in her ‘hillbilly kitchen’ shows how to make delicious easy 2-ingredient fudge

December 18th, 2020

Life ain’t easy, that’s for sure.

Luckily one chef is here to make things simpler.

Meet one mom who is ready to show you some down-home cooking with a 2-ingredient fudge recipe to die for!

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Welcome to the Hillbilly Kitchen.

This isn’t Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen. No, this is completely different.

But it’s every bit as ridiculous. Time to make some fudge!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  1. A can of condensed milk
  2. Chocolate chips

Yep, that’s it.

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Hillbilly Kitchen uses a 14-ounce can of sweetened condensed milk, specifically.

Instead of milk chocolate chips, she goes with 12 ounces of “semi-sweet” Nestle Toll House chocolate chips. Milk chocolate may yield too soft a consistency.

Go with just milk and sugar – any brand will work.

Then, put your mixture into the nearest oven.

Now, it’s time for the condensed milk.

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Pour the entire can into a large bowl.

Congratulations, you’ve already utilized half of the necessary ingredients.

Then, empty the bag of chocolate chips into the bowl as well.

Vanilla is another ingredient option depending on what your palette wants!

Now, it’s time to stir.

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Mix your ingredients for a few moments.

Next, stick your mixture into the microwave for thirty seconds at a time.

But no more than thirty seconds!

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Take the bowl and mix the ingredients yet again.

The solution should be warm and almost melted. Throw it back in the microwave for another 30 seconds.

After, if the mixture’s still not melted enough, throw it in the microwave for 15-second increments.

You can even put bits of fruit in the fudge!

Next, line a pan with some parchment paper.

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We’re well on our way to some amazing, no-hassle fudge!

Hillbilly Kitchen breaks it down for us:

“This fudge is incredibly easy to make and has a rich creamy indulgent flavor. It is exactly like gift shop fudge which sells for $10 to $20 per pound depending on where you are shopping.”

This one’s a no-brainer.

This is a kid-friendly recipe. There is nothing hot enough to cause a burn and it doesn’t require a long attention span.

Mix your ingredients until you’re left with uniform consistency. Then, into the pan!

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Our Hillbilly Kitchen helper continues, sticking the pan into the fridge for an hour.

It’s all about the consistency.

Fudge is a great holiday gift too

“It is perfect for gift giving, something quick to take to an office party, holiday get together, potluck or hostess gift. No one will have any idea it was so easy to make.”

We’re on the path to some tasty treats!

Then comes the final unveiling…

Shoutout to that adorable Christmas plate.

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Well, just look at that.

What the fudge?!

Isn’t that just about the most amazing glob of fudge you’ve ever seen?

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That looks glorious.

All of a sudden I’m hungry.

For something so simple and cheap, it looks incredible!

The kids are going to be swarming for this one!

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Well, there ya have it – delicious fudge in a matter of minutes!

Name a more delicious snack you can make in a shorter amount of time.

I’m waiting…

Is it even possible?

Regardless, we should all thank our host at the Hillbilly Kitchen for the innovation.

Whenever your stomach or children are in the mood for an easy treat, look to Hillbilly Kitchen’s simple fudge recipe.

Before you go, remember to watch the entirety of Hillbilly Kitchen’s so you don’t miss any details! Plus, she’s super entertaining!

Anyway, Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!

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Source: The Hillbilly Kitchen – Down Home Country Cooking, All Recipes

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