My family has a number of Christmas traditions. Some are old. Some are new. I have cookie recipes that date back 4 generations. Each one of the ornaments on our tree has a story to go with it. For a long time our Christmas dinner was traditionally non-traditional. That was until a few years ago when we decided that fajitas with the festive red and green peppers should become our new traditional Christmas dinner.
One of our traditions that has evolved over the years is my husband’s fudge. He has made fudge every since the first Christmas that we were together. His recipe comes from the same one he remembers his mother making and putting him to work stirring when he was a little boy. He’s made some modifications to her recipe and in more recent years started experimenting with different flavors. This year, at his mother-in-law’s request, he gave white chocolate a try.
So here’s a look at how it all ended up…
This years flavors are: Chocolate Peanut Butter, Chocolate Walnut, Dark Chocolate Raspberry, Dark Chocolate Mint, White Chocolate, White Chocolate Mint and White Chocolate Cherry.
OMG! It’s all SO good!