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Inspirational Thought! #7 A Day Of Silence


Decadent Peanut Butter Millionaire Fudge {No Peanut Butter in this fudge...just a little secret}

\div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"> Probably, the best kept secret about making my Peanut Butter Millionaire Fudge is what I use for the peanut butter flavor. Get ready---here it is!  Reese's Peanut Butter Chips--Wha la!  So simple and no measuring.  Just open the bags and pour them in the bowl....Super easy! To reach a "foolproof" fudge recipe, Mamie Eisenhower introduced the wonderful ingredient of marshmallow creme.  This was the first time that a candy thermometer was not needed to make fudge.  She transformed the skepticism of making fudge for so many.  Today there is no reason to stand at your stove and check for a soft ball stage and wonder if you are going to have a terrific batch of fudge when you get through making it.  So go ahead and get in the kitchen and make some fudge! I use my Millionaire Fudge recipe and substituted the semi-sweet chocolate chips for the Reese's peanut butter chi

Classic Holiday Favorite! 24 Hour Fruit Salad ~ The Ambrosia Recipe of the South {Granny's Recipe}

24 Hour Fruit Salad , among some of the most popular traditional Christmas dishes in the south often called Ambrosia. Everyone has their twist on this Classic 24 Hour Fruit Salad .  I have seen this recipe made in so many different ways, and with so many different ingredients.