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How to Make Cranberry Christmas Fudge

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 How to Make Cranberry Christmas Fudge
How to Make Cranberry Christmas Fudge Use mouse to Make Cranberry Christmas Fudge. Ingredients16 oz. semisweet chocolate 2 packages1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk2 tsp. vanilla4 oz. white chocolate1/2 c. cream cheese1/2 c. dried cranberries or craisinsMethods:First, prepare the pan:Line an 8x8 square baking pan with aluminum foil and spray it with nonstick. Make room in the refrigerator for the pan. In a large microwavable bowl, break chocolate into 1 oz. or 1/2 oz. pieces. Pour sweetened condensed milk over the chocolate. Microwave for 1 minute. Using a silicone spataula, stir vigorously. Once the mixture is melted and homogenous nice and smooth, it's time to add the flavoring: add vanilla extract. Turn into the prepared pan and spread into an even layer. Set aside. In a separate bowl, break the white chocolate into 1 oz. or 1/2 oz. pieces. Micro wave for 30 sec. Stir vigorously. If it needs more time, give it 30 sec. more in the microwave. Once the chocolate is melted, stir in the cream cheese. The cream cheese helps it stay soft once it's been chilled. Stir in cranberries. Spread this white chocolate mixture over the top of the dark chocolate. It will be a thin layer, but the two-layer makes it look very fancy. Refrigerate 3 hours . Cut into 1 inch 2. 5cm squares. 1. Add semisweet chocolate to the tray. 2. Use spoon to break the chocolate. 3. Add condensed milk to the chocolate pieces. 4. Place the tray into the microwave oven5. Open the door. 6. Take the tray out. 7. Open the vanilla essence bottle. 8. Add vanilla essence to the tray. 9. Close the bottle. 10. Add the content to other tray. 11. Add white chocolate to empty tray. 12. Use spoon to break the chocolate. 13. Place the tray into the microwave oven14. Open the door. 15. Take the tray out. 16. Add cream cheese to the chocolate pieces. 17. Place the tray into the microwave oven18. Open the door. 19. Take the tray out. 20. Add the content Learn how to make a perfect dessert for the holidays. Christmas is coming again. What do you prepare for such an important holiday? Do you want to give your family a surprised cheer on Christmas? Go to the kitchen and make a Cranberry Christmas Fudge!

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