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Post by PATRICE IN IL on Thu Sep 08, 2011 1:34 pm

Fannie Mae Fudge

4 cups sugar 1 cup butter
1 cup milk 12 ounces milk chocolate chips
1 tsp vanilla 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
25 large marshmallows
2 ounces choco bake (melted unsweetened chocolate)

Bring sugar, butter, milk and vanilla to a boil. Cook for 2 minutes at a boil, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add marshmallows. Stir until melted. Add all of the chocolates. Stir until melted. Pour into a buttered 9x13 pan. Cool and cut into squares. Freezes well wrapped in plastic and stored in freezer ziplock bags. Bring back to room temperature before cutting into pieces. You can add chopped nuts and fruits for flavor variations.

To make homemade Trinidad clones you'll need 1 bag each of yellow and white candy melts, a bag of shredded coconut and a batch of Fannie Mae Fudge. To get a thinner piece of fudge pour it into a buttered foil lined large rimmed baking sheet pan instead of a 9x13 pan.

Start cutting the fudge into bite size pieces and place them on a wax paper lined sheet pan. Place them into the freezer to chill while you proceed with the the rest of the recipe. Spread the coconut on a sheet pan and toast in a 350* F oven until lightly browned, stir frequently to prevent over browning. Melt both bags of candy melts in a large heat proof bowl over a pot of barely simmering hot water, stirring until completely melted. Stir in the toasted coconut. Let the candy melts cool slightly. Dip the fudge pieces into the candy/coconut mixture using 2 forks and place them on the wax paper lined pan to harden. You may freeze the candies to quicken the hardening process.

To make homemade Fannie Mae Mint Melt-Away clones you'll need 2 bags of light green candy melts(or color of your choice), peppermint candy flavoring and a batch of Fannie Mae Fudge. Cut & freeze the fudge like the directions state in the Trinidad recipe. Melt the candy melts in a large heat proof bowl over a pot of barely simmering water, stirring until completely melted. Add in a few drops of the candy flavoring(until it is as minty as you like) and stir to blend well. Let cool slightly. Using 2 forks dip the fudge pieces in the candy melts and place on the wax paper lined sheet pan until they harden. You may place the pan into the freezer to quicken the hardening process.

You can cut the fudge with tiny cookie cutter for fancy shapes, but this process can be very tedious. Small squares are much easier to work with.

To package the candies, place a candy piece into a paper candy cup or mini muffin liner, then place on a tray or into a box lined with parchment/waxed paper or foil.
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