How have you been in your Christmas celebration folks? I made some sweet stuff for my family and one of it is this Chocolate Fudge Wreath. It’s so easy to make. Here’s my simple steps: Butter a round cake pan, preferably an 8 inched in diameter pan. Turn on stove to low heat and heat at least a 2 quart sauce pan. Mix in one (12 oz) pack of semi sweet choc chips, one cup butterscotch chips, one (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk (save the empty can), one teaspoon pure vanilla extract and one (8 oz) pk walnuts, and half cup of raisins or cranberries (I used cranberries). Wrap the empty condensed milk with either a plastic wrap or aluminum foil and put it at the center of the round cake pan. Gently pour around the empty condensed milk can, the melted chocolate fudge. Let is cool inside the fridge for like an hour or two. Cut the red candied cherries into two, it will be your holly berries. Cut the green candied cherries into quarters, it will be the leaf for your red cherries. For more visual procedure, just check on my photos below. My credits to my dear friend, Rowena F. for sharing this recipe to me. Enjoy making it folks especially that Christmas is not yet over and that New Year is up ahead! It will surely add kids fun activity in your kitchen.
This is how I sliced the chocolate fudge after I made the Fudge wreath.
I mixed the chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, condensed milk, walnuts and dried cranberries in one sauce pan.
This is how I put the empty condensed milk can at the center of the round cake pan.
This is the thickness of the chocolate fudge wreath from the ingredients I shared above.
And voilah! The Chocolate Fudge Wreath I made this Christmas. It’s simple yet still artistic to look at. Should make another one for the New Year.
The sliced Chocolate Fudge. Yummy! Share your fudge recipes to me too!