Tuesday, August 8, 2017


Maple Bacon Fudge. Why not? 

My friend Jim loves anything bacon. He would love this fudge.

My friend Judy doesn't like sweet and salty together. She would not like this fudge.

When Friend Fran brought a few pieces at canasta last week, it got mixed reviews. Fran's daughter had made this super easy and interesting fudge and wanted Fran to bring some to share with us. 

It does take some getting used to. I personally liked it. Several didn't like the texture of the bacon with the candy. It is definitely different. 


1      container vanilla ready-made frosting
1      12-ounce bag of white chocolate chips
1      tablespoon maple extract
5     slices bacon, cooked, and crumbled

Line an 8 x 8 - inch pan with foil, extending the ends over the sides. (This will make it easier for you to lift the candy out when you are ready to cut it.)

Remove the lid on the frosting and place the container in the microwave. Heat for 20 to 30 seconds on HIGH until it is hot and completely melted.

Once the frosting is melted pour it over the chips in a glass bowl. Stir the mixture until the chips have melted and the mixture is smooth.

Stir in the extract and bacon.

Pour into prepared pan and smooth out.

Place in the refrigerator. (Sheila left hers in the refrigerator overnight.)

When set up, remove candy and foil from pan. Peel back the foil from the sides  and cut candy into one inch squares.

Makes 64 one-inch squares of fudge.

Sheila covered her dish with cling wrap. (I might suggest that you store it in an airtight container with wax paper between layers.)

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