Monday, December 11, 2006

Holiday Baking in a Hurry


you’ve been eating too many of other people’s cookies at work and you need a fix NOW because your glucose levels are dropping to dangerously normal levels,

you spent all your money on new shoes and need cheap gift ideas for your friends, doormen, and coworkers, or

you are in charge of dessert for the holiday potluck party

here’s what to do.

Go out and buy yourself one of these.

Follow the directions on the back of the jar. It takes about 20 minutes total (excluding cooling time) and looks like this right after you add the chocolate chips.

You’ll end up with FUDGE!

Cut it up, put it in fancy baggies, hand it out (or eat it all yourself). It’s far less glamorous than decorated cookies, but perfect for any of the holiday emergencies listed above. And, hilariously enough, it's low fat. Ho ho ho.


Blogger s'kat said...

I must admit, fluffy fudge sounds way better than the Nestle evaporated milk-type!

4:14 PM  
Blogger Jeff in NC said...

I. Love. Fluff!

Joe makes a version of this and I eat it all! He forced me at gunpoint to take some in to the office wonks, and they loved it! I made him make me another batch. I love this fudge recipe :)

7:57 PM  
Blogger Mona said...

that looks incredible mebeth!!!!!!! holy moly! and i love the intro to your post. can we just say "all of the above"?
merry christmas!!

3:06 PM  

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