2 Ingredient Fudge Recipe #ALDIRaves

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I am participating in a sponsored brand ambassadorship with ALDI. All opinions stated are my own.

I’m about to blow your minds, my friends.  Delicious, creamy fudge recipe.  2 ingredients (3 if you add nuts) and total cost: $2.48.

Oh, yes.

You see, my Aunt Dianne (who probably won’t ever see this but hey, I love you Aunt D!!) has made a certain famous recipe fudge for- well, forever for holidays  in our family.  I tried several times to make it, failing all but once.  So complicated. And you guys know, and I know, that I like EASY stuff.  Simple.  Yummy.So today I’m going to blow your minds.

Fudge made from 2 ingredients.

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1 can of Sweetened Condensed Milk

1 12oz bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips

And all you do is melt them together in the microwave (or stovetop) until the chocolate melts. Stir it. Place in 8×8 greased dish. Let it chill to set. A few hours later, enjoy.

If you do it in the microwave, it’s maybe going to be a 5 minute process….including cleanup. Stovetop?  A few more. You can of course add things like… nuts, candies, seasonal sprinkles (I’m going to call them shots though), flavor extract. You might even want to use different kinds of chips. I stuck with straight up simplicity.

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I went to ALDI for a bunch of my holiday baking essentials today, like eggs, sugar, brown sugar, and spent less than $25 on a TON of stuff.  Which I promptly forgot to snap a picture of. I also got a lot of muffin and bread mixes to donate for holiday food drives, roll Italian sausage for my semi-famous (at least in my own mind) stuffing for Thanksgiving (I should totally share that recipe with you) and super thin pizza crusts I like to keep on hand for those (frequent) nights when I run out of time to make dinner. I’ve really been really happy with my ALDI finds — but what has made me happiest?  The total at the checkout.  Each time I go to check out I have to ask the cashier to be certain they got everything in my cart.  I love it!  ALDI has tons of fabulous prices on a lot of pantry staples we use.

 

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  • The belmont cheesecake sampler- makes entertaining so much simpler.

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  • I like the Fit & Active Breakfast Bars! Just as good as NutriGrain bars!

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  • I personally think the fudge recipe looks the best! I wrote it down, can’t wait to try it for the holidays!

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  • We buy wine at Aldi’s fairly often; they have good prices.

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  • My family love the produce from Aldi ( and just about everything else as well!)

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  • I love Shopping at Aldi’s, I buy all my baking ingredients there too!

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  • Would love to try the fudge recipe, looks so yummy.

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  • I like the Millville Strawberry Frosted Shredded Wheat Bite Size.

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  • I LOVE ALDI. I save so much money there. I buy tons of produce there. And CHEESE. Oh my just the other day they had Wensleydale! Love it. I love it when they have the goat cheese with fruit coating logs. I like their bread and they have great prices on the things you stock up on, veggies, chicken nuggets… LOL And chocolate! oh yes!

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  • We like the Belmont cheesecake sampler

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  • I’ve never shopped at Aldi, but I would like to try the Caramel Apple Bread Pudding recipe.

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  • Love the hummus and guacamole at Aldi

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  • The fudge recipe looks so good. I can’t wait to try.

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  • Aldi’s has Colby Monterrey Jack Cheese sticks for an amazing low price; a family favorite; great for a snack anytime of the day.

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  • Aldi has Salt & Pepper Kettle Chips that I love… so hard to find salt & pepper chips around here and that is the only place that has them. I’d also like to try the Coffee Chocolate Chip Brownie Cookie recipe

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  • I love the affordable wine selections at Aldi!

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  • Wow! 2 ingredients?! I don’t make my mom’s famous fudge for the same reason as you…it’s too complicated! I should try this!

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    • My family loves anything chocolate ! It’s so easy I’m going to make 2 batches 1 with nuts and one without.

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