Wednesday, December 14, 2011

My Christmas Tree and a Recipe

 My Tree.

Martha Washington Balls.

2# conf sugar
1 can sweetened cond milk
1 stick butter
4 c finely chopped pecans
1 pkg of semi sweet choc chips
1/4 block of parafin wax

Mix butter and milk and add sugar - mix and add nuts. Roll into balls. Melt choc and wax together in a double boiler. Using toothpicks dip balls into choc and set on wax paper to cool.

Scrumptious Peanut Butter Fudge

2 c sugar
1 sm can of evap milk
1 tbl butter
1 tea vanilla
1 tea caramel flav
3 heaping tbs of smooth peanut butter

combine sugar and milk in saucepan and stiring constantly and bring to boil. Boil for 4 minutes or till therm reaches 234 degrees. remove from heat and add margarine and flavorings and peanut butter. Stir till combined and pour into a buttered square pan. 

Fantasy Fudge (oh and the crumbs you see well they will not go to waste. just saying) recipe on marshallow creme jar.

Have a great day. Only 11 days to go till the big fat jolly man pays a visit to the children. Oh the magic of Christmas in the eyes of those little ones.


Susan said...

I am so glad to see you back! Your tree is beautiful and that peanut butter fudge is gonna get made by me! I love peanut butter! I'm really glad you got that laptop! Missed you!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Lovely photos and mmmmmm that fudge :)) Diane

imac said...

What more could ask for?
Chocs at Christmas time.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh My Heart----you won me over with the Peanut Butter Fudge... I love that stuff.... Makes my mouth water just thinking about the fudge....

Love your tree.. Pretty colors.

Carol said...

SO Happy.....Happy.......HAPPY you are back and that you shared these great recipes!!! I wanted to make peanut butter fudge tonight and can not find my on the dang computer to look one up and decided to check my fav blogs first!!!

Daisy said...

Your tree is pretty, Becca! Oh, your candy looks delicious too. Yum! :-)

Marydon said...

I can see the #'s thundering on ... fudge! & more fudge!! TY for the recipes.

Merry Christmas

Peggy said...

You have been busy, baking and making.
Have a wonderful Christmas

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

Love the lights reflected on the ornaments. Very pretty.
Those Martha Washington balls are so good. Looks like you've got the treats ready.

Deb said...

Hi Becca...I love your tree...hope you have a very Merry Christmas....thanks for stopping in to visit...