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Every year growing up, my mom would have us help her bake for the neighbors and our friends. She’d bake for days and finally fill tins and/or baskets up with sweet treats and then we would spend a whole day out delivering them. It was one of my favorite things about Christmas and I’ve continued the tradition with my kids. And even better, this year my mom’s going to be here for Christmas with us! First one in YEARS!! This year I thought I’d use Rubbermaid TakeAlongs for my treats!
I thought I’d give them a try since Rubbermaid has been a trusted household name for over 80 years, and it’s clear that food is a big part of seasonal entertaining! I love sharing homemade goods and recipes with my friends and loved ones, and even strangers! Plus, Rubbermaid TakeAlongs come in a variety of shapes and sizes to help transport whatever it is you’re looking to celebrate and share this holiday season. Plus, they come in FUN colors. I found a variety of Rubbermaid TakeAlongs products at Walmart! And they’re microwavable & dishwasher safe & that earns huge brownie points in my book! Especially around the Holidays. (And right now there is a special Ibotta $1 Off Of Any 2 Rubbermaid TakeAlongs products rebate offer, exclusive to Walmart shoppers)
Anyway, on to the fudge!
You will need:
3 cups sugar
3/4 cup butter
2/3 cup evaporated milk (about one small can)
1 1/2 pkg. Butterscotch chips
1 jar (7 oz.) Marshmallow Fluff
1 cup Holiday chocolates (the kind is totally up to you)
Line a deep baking pan with foil, with ends of foil extending over sides of pan; set aside.
Place sugar, butter and evaporated milke in large saucepan. Bring to a full rolling boil on medium heat, stirring constantly. Boil 4 min. or until candy thermometer reaches 234ºF stirring constantly to prevent scorching.
Remove from heat.
Add chips and marshmallow creme, stir until completely melted.
Add your chocolates.
Pour into prepared pan. Let stand at room temperature until completely cooled.
Then lift the foil out of the pan & place it on your counter & chop that fudge!
Store in tightly covered container at room temperature. Makes 3 lb. or 40 servings, about two squares each.
Speaking of storage, check out how I like to spruce mine up during the Holidays!
Washi tape those bad boys! There are so many different ways you could, and colors you could use!
Next you’ll need to figure out a design.
Then tape , tape, tape your little heart out.
I even let Fin draw on some for me! He did a WAY better Santa hat than I could have done! I couldn’t even think of how to draw one.
Some other things you could draw include: Snowmen, snowflakes, presents, and Christmas trees.
And there you have it, guys! Yum and fun! Be sure to get your Ibotta rebate!