This is a family favorite that is so easy to adapt to make your own unique fudge flavors. You can add crushed cookies and/or candies to this to make it extra special as well as adding colorings to customize it for different holidays or occasions. The possibilities are endless!Continue reading “White Chocolate Fudge”
This is yet another adaptation of our family favorite fudge recipe. I didn’t get a picture because the fudge disappeared so fast I didn’t have a chance! I will definitely be making this again and will try to snap a picture when I do. I plan to test out some more flavor variations throughout the year as well.
Cookies N’ Creme Fudge
- 1 1/2 cup sugar
- 2/3 cup evaporated milk
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 7-ounce jar of marshmallow creme
- 1 1/2 cup white chocolate chips
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/2 – 1 c. crushed oreos or similar cookie (you could also experiment with different cookies/candy bars for your own unique flavor)
Line 8 x 8 pan with wax paper.
Combine marshmallow creme, sugar, milk, butter, and salt over medium heat.
Bring to a full boil. Boil five minutes, stirring constantly.
Working quickly, remove from heat and stir in white chocolate chips. Stir until melted and smooth.
Gently fold in the crushed cookies or candy of your choice.
Pour into prepared pan.
Gently tap/shake your pan to remove air bubbles.
Chill for two hours.
Cut into 2-inch pieces and store in airtight containers.
Note: Can also be made in cupcake liners for individual servings.
This is a new family favorite as my daughter brought home some red velvet fudge she had found at a gas station. The challenge was on to adapt our recipe to include this new flavor and it’s been a hit so far.Continue reading “Red Velvet Fudge”
Yes! You read that right. We have moved and last night we spent our first night in the new house! Yay!
It wasn’t like we moved very far… only about 120 steps from the little cabin and we are still on the pond… just not on stilts!
It seems like it’s taken forever to get to this point but it’s good to get here. We still have a ton of things to do and lots of organizing to get done but I’m hopeful that we will get it knocked out quickly.Continue reading “Guess what? We finally moved!”
I can tell you that Freezer Cooking has been a game-changer in our home and we have been eating quite a few of the meals I had prepared before the COVID 19 CHAOS hit here. It has been such a blessing to have so many meals already prepped in the freezer so that we don’t have to head to the grocery store very often right now.
What are you waiting for? Go ahead and check it out right now!
I guess everyone needs to learn to cook all of a sudden, even if home cooking wasn’t your norm before.
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How’s everyone doing? If you are like a lot of folks then you might be getting a little stir crazy right now and it seems that the shutdowns in our area are only getting started.
Many parents are having to deal with the stresses of their kids being out of school… we all know how easily kids can get bored. Well, if you need some ideas to keep those kiddos entertained then be sure to check out some of the links I have listed under our Homeschool Tab! There are tons of fun (and educational) things to keep the kiddos busy.
I might even recommend that you check out our ‘Little House Academic Adventures’ if you’re kiddos are out of school. There are tons of great links and videos that they can do for FREE while learning about how things were in the 1800s. My kiddos have really enjoyed these lessons so far and we are looking forward to getting moved and getting started with them again!
You can also check out some of the other programs like Kids Cook Real Foods (link under the Homeschool tab), Mystery Science, and/or Skill Trek for ideas to keep your kids in learning mode.Continue reading “Keeping The Crazy Away By Keeping Busy”
Oh my goodness, what a day!
I’ve had some of the kitchen reno posts scheduled but I think I forgot to show you the new shelf paper that we put up. I took the vacuum cleaner and cleaned out all of the cabinets and then wiped them down really well. After they had dried I put up some new shelf paper that we found at Lowes. It looks so much better than the cow print that was there!
I know this is not something that everyone does but I like that it makes the shelves so much easier to clean… especially the ones that are old and not so smooth to start with!
Hey there everyone! How have you been? I’ve been on the computer most of the morning taking care of some paperwork and applications for the kids’ schooling and such. Our slow internet makes things take two or three times as long as they should and it’s making me CRAZY! I’m actually writing this post as I wait for some scholarship information to pull up.
I was hoping to be writing with some good news but unfortunately, we have hit yet another roadblock with the house. Disclaimer: This post may be a partial vent! This past weekend we had planned to get quite a few things accomplished and possibly get quite a bit moved in but that didn’t happen. Continue reading “Yet Another Unexpected Roadblock! (Updated)”
I love to bake and decorate cakes for my family. This is great on carrot cake! Continue reading “Cream Cheese Icing”
This is another recipe that I’ve had since high school… it has always been a big winner in our home. I’ve come a long ways since Home Ec class and I rarely measure anything anymore but it’s a good thing I’m putting these recipes online as this one is getting so worn that the ink is smudging badly. I also like using a little bit of minced garlic in mine as well. You might also like this recipe: Mama’s Secret Spaghetti Sauce.