White Chocolate Fudge
Posted by Sherry G at 11:47 AM Monday, May 10, 2010
I'm obsessed with fudge now! I made it for no reason one time, and now I can't get enough of it. I had some white chocolate chips in the house and decided to use the same recipe as my last endeavor, but minus the cookie dough.
It worked... kinda. I melted my chocolate beautifully, but we all know what the deal is with white chocolate, right? How it hardens in like 2 seconds flat?? Yeah I knew this too, but it slipped my mind... And good thing I didn't let my cream cheese reach room temp... So the second I pour my chocolate over the cold cream cheese... insta-harden. It was crazy how fast the chocolate turned back into a hardened mass. And silly me I though it would melt the cream cheese!
But I put it in the oven and let it melt back and all was well. Except there were still plenty of tiny whit chocolate clumps throughout. Grr... but it still tasted great. Even after freezing for hour, though, the white chocolate fudge wouldn't harden. Really? NOW you won't harden for me? Seriously? So cutting it into pieces was tricky. And sticky.
So I probably won't use this recipe again. But it's silly 'cause the fudge is actually quite delicious!! But, Idk, I feel like there's a better one out there, that doesn't have your white chocolate hardening and stuff. Let me know If you've got one!
White Chocolate Fudge
2 cups powdered sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1 8 oz. block of cream cheese
1 cup white chocolate chips, melted
Combine ingredients in a bowl. (Make sure your cream cheese is thoroughly room temp and mixed in. Your white chocolate will probably still harden, so have your oven ready. Put in bowl in the oven to remelt it all together.) Put in a 8 in pan with a buttered aluminum foil piece already in it. Freeze.
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