Apple Walnut Sourdough Muffins Apple Walnut Sourdough Muffins are absolutely delicious! Made with a sourdough starter, chopped walnuts and the best part, shredded apples. I love the fact that this recipe uses shredded apples instead of the usual diced apples. Shredded apples give the muffins …
Maple Walnut Cheesecake Tarts Today we are sharing two easy recipes for Maple Walnut Cheesecake Tarts. One recipe calls for Athens Fillo Both are made with a few of my favorite convenient products, Philadelphia Ready to Eat Cheesecake Filling, Athens Fillo Dough and Pepperidge Farms Puff …
White Chocolate Cherry Walnut Fudge
The holiday season just wouldn’t be the same without fudge. This holiday season, it’s all about fudge. This year except to see a recipe for each of our favorite ‘flavors’ of fudge. Chocolate Peanut Butter, Chocolate Mint, Maple Nut, and White Chocolate Cherry Walnut Fudge. This white chocolate fudge is creamy, silky and satiny smooth with pieces of chopped walnuts and coarsely chopped dried cherries.
White Chocolate Fudge
White Chocolate Cherry Walnut Fudge is made with evaporated milk, mini marshmallows, white chocolate chips, coarsely chopped dried cherries and walnuts. Don’t think you like white chocolate or you’re not a white chocolate fan? Well, think again! I always thought I wasn’t a fan of white chocolate either, until I started making white chocolate fudge. Now I can’t get enough of the stuff! I have jumped on the white chocolate train and I’m lovin’ it.
What is Fudge Exactly?
Fudge is a creamy, semisoft candy most often made with sugar, butter or cream, corn syrup and various flavorings. The most popular fudge flavor is chocolate. However, maple flavored fudge made with maple syrup, butterscotch flavor made with brown sugar or dark corn syrup and vanilla are also favorites. Over the years though, peanut butter and peppermint fudge have become super popular.
Fudge can be made plain and creamy or contain other add in ingredients. Add in ingredients include nuts, chocolate chips, candied or dried fruit, crushed candy canes and peanut butter candied pieces. Fudge may be cooked or uncooked, but both styles must be allowed to set before cutting. It’s best to store fudge in the refrigerator. This will keep the fudge firm therefore discourage any melting.