It’s really hard to believe that my first year as a freshman is over. It really feels like I was ranting about my fears of high school years just yesterday. I honestly anticipated this year to take forever, just like everything I don’t like seems to take, but really it just rushed right by. I’m surprised that I’m now a sophomore. I can still remember clearly of how I walked into the high school for the first time as a student, and wondering why school decor was always so drab.
And so sophomore year starts…
On a brighter note: I have a quick and simple recipe to share!
A fudge shortcut. Its ridiculously easy to make, and you can make it in ten minutes.
Oh and one last little thing: I made a face book page for the blog! Go and check it out and like it!
and here is the recipe:
PS: before you start making this recipe, know that it is very, very sweet. I rarely eat more than one or two pieces in a sitting because it is simply that sweet.
Adapted from Baking Addiction
- 3 cups chocolate chips(semi-sweet or dark chocolate is good, in the pictures above I used dark chocolate)
- 14 oz of sweetened condensed milk
- 1/4 a tsp of salt(fleur de sel is preferable but i have used regular table salt sometimes)
- 1 1/2 a tsp of vanilla
- if you really want to add some sort of nuts or something go ahead!(i recommend about a cup)
- Line an 8 x 8 pan with aluminum foil
- Mix together the chocolate, condensed milk, and salt in a medium pan, until the chocolate is completely melted and blended in.
- Remove from heat and add in the vanilla.
- working quickly pour the mixture into the lined pan(or else it will cool and harden, and when you’re smoothing the top, it’ll start cracking[it will look like its cracking], and it will look strange)
- Cool in the refridgerator for at least 45 minutes or until it is completely cold and firm.
- To cut it: make sure you use a knife with no ridges, or anything on the blade, other wise the edges of the fudge pieces will look strange. You want a knife like this: