Now this fudge is delicious and ridiculously easy. If you have 10 minutes you can make this. I made some Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Fudge a couple weeks ago for BP's office Christmas party and poker night at our house. Needless to say it was a hit and gone in minutes.
To get ready for game night, my prep started with the fudge. Since it takes a while to cool I knew this would be first up. I got two pots out and started baking. This required me to constantly stir both pots for 5 minutes. Not an issue for me at all. I've been ambidextrous all my life. I remember sitting at the dinner table when I was little and my mom telling me that I needed to choose a dominant hand for writing and using utensils. I eventually did (she was worried I wouldn't) and it never came in handy until I got into massage school. It also came in handy when my right hand got injured and left me with permanent nerve damage in two fingers and half of my arm. And then again today. Never fear mom, it's a good thing you let me naturally develop those skills. Stirring two pots at once was easy. But I recommended you have a helper if you want to make Chocolate and White Chocolate Swirl Fudge like I was.
Makes one 9x13" pan
1/2 stick butter
4 cups (1 bag) marshmallows
2 cups sugar
1 cup heavy cream
Pinch of salt
3 cups chocolate chips (milk, semisweet, dark or white)
1. Line a 9x13" pan with foil. Crimp foil around the edges so foil will stay in place. Set aside.
2. In a large pot, combine butter, sugar, heavy cream, marshmallows and salt over medium-high heat. Stir until everything is well combined and marshmallows are melted.
3. Simmer, stirring constantly, for 5 minutes.
4. Remove from heat and stir in chocolate chips. Mix until smooth.
5. Pour into prepared pan and spread evenly. Let cool completely and then cut into squares.