Thursday, November 13, 2014

Christmas Neighbor Gifts: Homemade Hot Fudge

2012's Neighbor gifts very well could be my FAVORITE.
Of all time.

Homemade Hot Fudge
with A Christmas Story twist

I don't know what I liked most about these treats:

* The recipe {you could seriously eat it with a spoon!}
* The tags and labels
* The fact that I tied one of my very favorite movies of ALL time into it

My friend Michelle from Etsy made the labels and you can order the same exact ones HERE. {Tell her I sent you!}

Unfortunately, the person I ordered the 'Oh Fudge' tags with Ralphie's picture on it - - no longer sells them.  BUT...I created some of my own and now am offering them through my Etsy shop HERE.

Want the recipe?
You're in luck!!
{Tip: If you pour this hot fudge over Dreyer's Peppermint might just taste a bit of heaven.
 I promise.}


1 - 12 oz. bag Semi-Sweet Chocolate chips

2 sticks butter

2 cans of evaporated milk

4 cups powdered sugar

1 tsp. vanilla

Melt butter and chocolate chips on low heat.  Add sugar and 

milk.  Blend well.  Boil then cook 8 minutes, continually 


Add 1 tsp. vanilla after removing from heat.

It thickens as it sits.

If I remember correctly - - each batch made up about 3 1/2 jars for me.  I had to quadruple the batch. 

{Tip: Have your mom come over and make one batch at the same time you're making your batch.  
Goes a lot quicker!}


  1. This sounds totally DeLisH! I do have a question, however.....what size/ounces is your can of evaporated milk that you use in the recipe?

    1. Hi Marsha! I use the 12 ounce size - -which I believe is what most grocery stores sell so hopefully they'll be easy to find! xoxo

  2. Yes, please make the oh fudge tag!

    1. Just posted them in my Etsy shop here:

  3. Where is says Boil then cook 8 minutes, do you keep it billing the whole time, or turn down the heat?

    1. Yes I do keep it boiling the whole 8 minutes! xoxo

  4. Just curious if you possibly answered the above question privately? Just need to know if you reduce the heat or leave it at a rolling boil. Thanks!


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