TOLLHOUSE FAMOUS FUDGE
This is one of the most straightforward and delicious desserts I’ve ever made. I highly encourage you to try to make the iconic Tollhouse fudge; you will be delightfully surprised by the results.
I am certain that you will be surprised at how fast the plate of fudge will be gone; just place it on the table and let everyone enjoy it.
The creamy chocolate flavor brings back memories of my youth and joyful days. By the way, kids are also fond of treating themselves to this delectable confection.
Yet another undeniable benefit is that there are no special ingredients required; in fact, many of us already have everything we need at home. Let’s simply prepare it with me right now since I can’t even begin to list all the benefits. Definitely worth a shot.
THE INGREDIENTS LIST:
1½ Cups.Of granulated sugar.
⅔ Cup.Of Evaporated Milk.
2 Tbsp.Of margarine.
¼ Tsp.Of kosher salt.
1 Tsp.Of vanilla extract.
2 Cups.Of mini-marshmallows.
1½ Cups.Of Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels.
½ Cup.Of chopped nuts; you can use pecans or walnuts.
First and foremost, gather all of the ingredients. Then prepare the pan; I usually use a small one (about 9 inches in diameter) and cover it with aluminum foil.
In a medium-sized saucepan, combine the sugar, butter, salt, and condensed milk until well combined. Place the saucepan over high heat and bring it to a boil, continually swirling the ingredients.
Cook the mixture for 4 minutes, stirring regularly until it becomes smooth, and the sugar must be completely dissolved.
Remove the saucepan from the heat and stir in the marshmallows, nuts, chocolate morsels, and vanilla extract until well combined. Combine the ingredients until the marshmallow is completely dissolved.
Fill the mold with the hot dessert and place it in the refrigerator to chill. Fudge should be refrigerated for two hours before cutting into squares.
If you want to make the flavor more chocolatey, you may add more chocolate, but I recommend that you use less sugar in that case.
When cooking with sugar, use nonstick plates with a fat bottom since sugar gets hard and quickly changes into caramel when exposed to heat.
It is not necessary to acquire a square shape. You may use any shape, even a circular one; the only thing that will vary is the shape of the fudge.