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No Fuss Malted Milk Ball Fudge

By: Cathy from Lemon Tree Dwelling
No Fuss Malted Milk Ball Fudge
No Fuss Malted Milk Ball Fudge
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In just 4 easy steps, you can make this homemade fudge recipe that's both delicious and festive. No Fuss Malted Milk Ball Fudge is a simple fudge recipe that uses cream cheese, so preparation is easy. Simply mix all the ingredients together, press into a pan, and wait until it sets into delicious fudge. Malted milk powder gives this fudge the taste of malted milk balls, and the candy itself is crushed and sprinkled throughout. This fudge is a perfect dessert for a birthday party or Easter.

Cooking MethodNo Bake

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Malted milk balls in fudge? I had no idea you could get fudge to turn out with a chocolate candy in it. I thought it might throw off the mixture too much putting candy in the mix. I want to make some M M fudge. I think that would be a good idea too.

I recently made fudge for the first time for my Christmas cookie platter and it turned out great. Needless to say now I'm always looking for new fudge recipes. This one caught my eye because I happen to love malted milk balls. The recipe also seems to be exceptionally easy. The only thing I'm going to do is line the pan with plastic wrap before I press in the fudge to make it easy to remove and cut.


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