|I was SO good for once.BEFORE an actual holiday I made a sweet treat;
I had the recipe written – photographs taken
– this little delight was even consumed BEFORE canada’s day!!
I was all wooo-hooo (p.s I’ve realized I’m a woo-girl … I’ve decided to embrace it) I’m on a roll.
Canada’s Day came and I was all – - ooooo fireworks
And then I needed a day to recup.
Before I knew it – It was the 4th of July and I was all – - ooohhh sparkly , fireworks and BBQ ( even though we live in Canada, any excuse for bar-be-que works for me :) )
Let’s celebrate life instead … in a red and white fashion
(… yeasss – - that would work)
Or we could just ixnay on celebrating anything and just eat these little morsels of love because they will give you a sugar high faster than any willy wonka factory.
On that note – - these babies are saaaawwwweeeetttt.
Like VERY sweet.
But they are yummy – -and easy and sparkly :D
Canadianfied Red Velvet fudge
1 Cup White Chocolate Chips – Divided 1/2 cup by 1/2 cup
1/4 Cup Red Chocolate Candy Melts
1/4 Tsp Baking Soda
1/4 Tsp Sea Salt
1 Cup Condensed Milk
1 Tbsp Clear Vanilla Extract
1 Tbsp Red Food Colouring
1 Tsp Cocoa Powder Red ( or any colour your little heart desires) sprinkles/sparkles/pretty shiny bits
Lightly spray a large sheet of foil with cooking spray.
Line an 8 inch square pan with your greased foil, keeping the greased side up.
In a large microwave safe bowl, mix together the 1/2 cup white chocolate chips – red chocolate candy melts – baking soda and sea salt.
Add the condensed milk.
Microwave in 45 second intervals, until your mixture is smooth and velvety (this should take approximately 3 minutes).
Add vanilla, food colouring and cocoa. Working quickly, pour into your prepared pan.
Allow to chill for at least 1 hour ( or over night … if you can wait )
Time to get funnnkayy!
In a small microwave safe bowl, melt the other 1/2 cup of white chocolate chips.
Smooth over your chilled fudge.
Make it sparkle!!
*also totally acceptable for Christmas, valentines day or any other day you feel like embracing a little red and white action *