Chocolate Amaretto Fudge! You are only four ingredients away from this amazing fudge!
I am just thrilled to have Lisa from Wine and Glue guest posting for me today! Lisa is one of the funniest people I know. If I need a good laugh, I head to her blog because I know for sure she’s got some seriously funny story that she’s sharing. Lisa is also preggers – yay Lisa! This girl is always coming up with some crazy good food and here are some of my favorites:
Everything she makes looks fabulous and the Chocolate Amaretto Fudge she made for you today is no exception! Can’t wait to give it a try 🙂 And now….here’s Lisa!
Hey Mom on Timeout Fans!! My name is Lisa, and I blog over at Wine & Glue, where I bake, cook, and craft. I call myself a wannabe, so if it is something that I can make, then anyone can make it!
I’ve been following along with Trish and MOTO pretty much since I started blogging. Doesn’t she make the most delicious looking things?? My favorite? This KFC Copy Cat coleslaw recipe. I made it for the Fourth of July this year, and it was a big hit! I am also dying to try this one and this one.
So when Trish asked me to make a fudge recipe to share with her readers, I knew that I wanted it to be something drool worthy. And since I’m no pro, I wanted it to be something easy and simple.
I love love love making sweets, but I’m not an expert baker. So what I love more than anything is when you can take an easy recipe and change it up. This is exactly that. I love making fudge with a few cups of chips and a can of sweetened condensed milk. It comes together perfectly every time, and then you can mix it up a little and do something fun with it, like with my S’mores Fudge or my Spicy Mexican Chocolate Fudge. And this one’s even better. Because there’s a little booze in there. Perfect for the holidays!
Chocolate Amaretto Fudge
- 3 cups chocolate chip I used milk chocolate
- 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk 1 can
- 2 tbsp amaretto liqueur
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- Line an 8 by 8 square pan with aluminum foil.
- Melt the chocolate chips over medium heat. While they are melting, stir in the sweetened condensed milk, stirring constantly.
- When it is fully melted, add the vanilla and the amaretto and fully combine.
- Pour the mixture into the pan and place in the refrigerator for at least four hours, though overnight is best.
- Remove the foil lined fudge from the pan, remove the foil, and cut. Store in the refrigerator.