Caramilk Fudge

Caramilk Fudge Bars





I love this time of the year. I am planning for the visit of my two oldest kids at Christmas. We love spending quality time together. They already requested their favorite meals and desserts. Since they are both at university they don't spend much time in the kitchen. I am trying a new fudge recipe for them.

Tomorrow we have a cookie exchange at the Military Family Ressource Centre. Eighteen girls signed up. I had to make a double batch of this fudge. I love this new combination. I will be making it when the kids come home.

More desserts that we love during the Holidays:

orange christmas cookies


old-fashioned brown sugar fudge


snickerdoodle cookies


Macadamia Cookies








Caramilk Fudge:

In a microwave-safe bowl mix:

-2 cups brown sugar
-1 can Eagle Brand
-1/2 cup melted butter

Microwave on high for 2 minutes. Mix well. Microwave another 4 minutes on high.

Take bowl out of microwave and add:

-1 1/2 cup powdered sugar 

Mix with a hand mixer on high for 2 minutes.

Line a 8x8 pan with parchment paper. Pour half the mix into the pan. Cover the mix with Caramilk bars. You will need approx 3-4 bars. On top of the chocolate bars pour the remaining half of the mix.

Place the pan in the fridge until the Caramilk Fudge is cold. Cut into squares.



Ce sucre à la crème est vraiment bon. A faire pendant la période des fêtes. Tous les invités vont aimer.




Caramilk Fudge Bars


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  1. Oh my goodness Helene, this Caramilk Fudge look achingly good.

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  2. I can see why these are called to die for! They look amazing.

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  3. Oh, wow, that fudge look fabulous! I love the delicious gooey center!

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  4. Man that looks good. It look like a one of those recipes that you know is going to be a huge hit even before you start making it. Fudge is always a fun thing to make this time of year, and I am so glad you posted this recipe. This will be my fudge this Christmas! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  5. Oh Helene you got that right!! These really are to die for! Gorgeous!

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  6. Helene, that looks like something to die for....oh so so yumm....

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  7. Wow I have never see a much more delicous fudge.
    Hope you had a wonderful time with your parents.
    Your two kids also must be really looking forward to have their moms cooking and baking.

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  8. Is my favorite time too. These fudges are to die for.

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  9. Je l'ai déjà fait aussi, il est "écoeurant"!!!
    Et tes photos aussi dont "écoeurantes"!!!!

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  10. Wah, I shouldn't have looked at those! Seriously, that is fudge taken to a whole new level. And it's so easy to make too.

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  11. Great capture with the gooeyness inside running down the fudge.

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  12. I can't even believe it:)Oh yum!!!And have a ball with your family:)

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  13. Helene, these look amazing! Lots of gooey goodness going on in each bite. Great recipe, thanks.

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  14. Look at that photo! Gooey, delicious fudge! What a super recipe, Helene! Anything with condensed milk is soon to be a favorite with me.

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  15. utter and complete decadence. these are not only beautiful, but my goodness, they'd satisfy even the strongest sweet tooth!

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  16. I really wish I didn't see this photo! I mean seriously how PERFECT are those? I think I have a cavity!

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  17. This looks so delicious and made me think of a candy bar we used to get in the UK which I'm fairly sure has disappeared, called "Caramac", it was same texture as chocolate but caramel flavoured and coloured. I miss them and this recipe reminds me of them!

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  18. I have never had the pleasure of a caramilk bar but lucky me has a friend going to Canada for the holiday, I have placed my order. Not sure how this fudge will work into the New Years Resolution...

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  19. So delicious! Love the gooey taste :)

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  20. I've never seen the likes of this before. It sounds wonderful.

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  21. I think these would be a bad idea to make because if I did they would be gone in a day! They look so good!

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  22. How very delicious with the soft caramel oozing out! These are wonderful!

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  23. It looks to die for, indeed! Really irresistible!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  24. Oh gosh, this looks sooooo delicious!! I MUST MAKE!

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  25. Now that is what I call fudge Helene. I know you will love having your family altogether for the holidays. It will be a very special memory.

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  26. If you are taking these to a cookie exchange, I predict yours will be the first ones to go. Hope your cookie exchange buddies know how lucky they are to have you in their group.
    Sam

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  27. Must do research on Caramilk bars! That alone sounds good. Perfect holiday treat.

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  28. girlfriend, u make me jealous over here for being too lazy these days to do anything. these are divine!

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  29. Really decadent looking bites! As is the photo!
    Ronelle

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  30. oh helene, this fudge is a real tease! i love how the gooey centre is oozing out and just calling to me. beautiful!

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  31. This does look to die for! And, it's so easy! I can't wait to give it a try.

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  32. WOW...I do wish I lived closer to you Helene. This is just what I need to nibble on now. How very indulgent!

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  33. I remember coming home from school to great home cooked meals. They are lucky to have a great cook as a mom. Have a great time over the holidays.

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  34. Yet another reason I need to convince my husband we need to move to Canada! This fudge is fabulous!

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  35. Oh wow, talk about taking fudge to a whole new levels - yum! I wish I was participating in your cookie exchange :)

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  36. Ici, on appelle ça une "tuerie" ... ça porte bien son nom, en ce qui concerne tes délices caramelisées ... ;o)
    Bises
    Hélène

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  37. Wow, these look incredibly decadent!!

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  38. Those look so good with the caramel oozing from them!

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  39. These are perfect! I love how gooey and sinful it looks - Brazilians love sweetened condensed milk and I'm no exception!

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  40. Oh my goodness these look lovely...anything that oozes looks lovely to me for some reason, that's why I am such a big fan of cheese! Your photos are great...mysterious, wonderful, and make we want to lift it right of the screen!

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  41. u r so wrong for this! this is very very similar to our dulce de leche fudge, found in every Latin supermarket in miami! They're my brother's fave so I'm bookmarking this to make them for Christmas! Lovely job, lady!

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  42. What delicious looking fudge! Hope you have a wonderful holiday with your family. =)

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  43. This looks absolutely amazing! I don't know how much longer I can hold off before making these:)

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  44. Finally made this, and wow, was it good. It's quite the sugar bomb, but worth all the calories!

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  45. I have to make this! It sounds and looks so good :)!

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  46. For the benefit of those of us who don't live where you do, what is Eagle Brand. Cheerd

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