Wilton Candy Melts + Store-Bought Frosting = ?

Sugar Work By Delynn Updated 26 Dec 2014 , 8:04pm by Delynn

Delynn Posted 24 Dec 2014 , 2:30am
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My memory has failed me.....A fellow customer mentioned she melts a ??oz. pkg of Wilton candy melts, then adds 1 can of store-bought (DH or BC) frosting, pours it inside a cookie cutter till set (in fridge? or on counter), removes the cookie cutter, leaving a piece of chocolate candy/fudge.  So, now I just need to know if anyone has ever made these, and if so, how much of each and do you have any advice/opinions about this?  Thank you :)

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savannahquinn Posted 24 Dec 2014 , 2:38pm
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The recipe for the easy fudge is 1- 12 oz bag chips, melt 90 seconds in microwave, take out & stir, add 1 can white frosting, (not whipped) stir, microwave another 90 seconds, take out, stir well, pour into a greased pan (8x8 is size I used) chill till set, about 1/2 hour. Perfect every time.


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Delynn Posted 25 Dec 2014 , 1:16am
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Quote:

Originally Posted by savannahquinn 
 

The recipe for the easy fudge is 1- 12 oz bag chips, melt 90 seconds in microwave, take out & stir, add 1 can white frosting, (not whipped) stir, microwave another 90 seconds, take out, stir well, pour into a greased pan (8x8 is size I used) chill till set, about 1/2 hour. Perfect every time.


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"Chips" as in the candy melts, correct?

savannahquinn Posted 26 Dec 2014 , 4:39pm
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one can of frosting one bag of melts :) - that's from a strawberry "fudge' recipe, but I'm thinking it's the same for any flavor  HTH:)

Delynn Posted 26 Dec 2014 , 8:04pm
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THANK YOU !!!!

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