Friday, September 7, 2007

Grab Bag Friday: Nelly's Mexican Fudge


I fully realize that I should wait until Christmas or at least Thanksgiving to post a recipe like this, but I won't apologize. There has been a morning chill in the air all week here in Maine, and temperatures have dropped below the melting point, so I think it's high time we moved on from popsicles and watermelon into something a little more decadent.

A visiting Latin American Studies professor gave me this simple recipe, and I think you'll agree that her years of studying the culture truly paid off. Yum!

Nelly's Mexican Fudge

18 oz. chocolate chips
1 can sweetened condensed milk
splash of coffee
"good dash" of cinnamon and vanilla

1. Melt.
2. Line pan with waxed paper.
3. Pour mixture into pan.
4. Chill

3 comments:

j.elliot said...

one starving musician came by to say: if I had even the baking skills of a chimp i'd try this. *sigh* But as it is, I'll click over to CDbaby and look for your CD. That i can do.

j.e.

Cat said...

It's chilly in Wisconsin, too. Let's face it. Chocolate fudge is required year-round. I'll try it tomorrow.
Cat

Josephine Cameron said...

Yes, I have to admit that I eat my fair share (and probably someone else's share, too) of summertime fudge, too! Let me know how it turns out.

& Thanks for stopping by, J. Anyone reading this should check out J's One Song Per Week Blog. He's starting to post one song per week...very very cool.