Monday, December 12, 2011

Key Lime Fudge

I was very excited to receive my blog assignment from  The Secret Recipe Club For December. I am honored to present Aimee from Shugary Sweets. Aimee is a very busy Mom to 4 very active children, you may find her anytime at an athletic event for the children. In her free time she loves to be in the kitchen and finds that baking is her favorite thing to do in the kitchen, which is evidenced in all her great recipes. Aimee has been a frequent contributor and has been featured on Full Plate Thursday. We are asked this month to feature Holiday Treats and what a great blog to have for that challenge, she has so many recipes that would be perfect, be sure and stop by her blog and check them out.  If you think that you would like to be a part of this monthly adventure with the all these great bloggers just go to this link The Secret Recipe Club Link and join in the fun!

 Key Lime Fudge

Key Lime Fudge
Shugary Sweets
Prepared In
Miz Helen's Kitchen
2 11 ounce bags white chocolate morsels
14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
5 key limes, zested and juiced
1/2 cup graham cracker crumbs
Melt morsels with condensed milk on low heat until completely smooth. Whisk in lime juice and lime zest. Pour into a parchment paper lined 13X9 or 8X8 pan (for thicker fudge). Immediately sprinkle with graham cracker crumbs (pressing lightly so they stick into the hot fudge).
Miz Helen's Additions
1 cup dried cranberries
1/2 cup chopped pecans
Stir in the cranberries after the addition of the lime juice. Add the chopped pecans to the graham cracker crumbs and top the fudge.

 This Pan of Key Lime Fudge Would Make A Great Gift
From My Kitchen To Yours
Happy Holidays!
This will be a great fudge for the holidays, we thought it was great and sure hope you enjoy it. Thank you so much for stopping by today and sure hope you come back to see me real soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
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28 comments:

  1. My son would be in hog heaven with this fudge. Not the biggest fan of fudge he is a huge fan of all things Key Lime, so I'm thinking I might need to try this for him! Great share!

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  2. Yum! That looks fantastic! You really can't go wrong with fudge!

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  3. This is like two worlds coming together to make a perfect little baby world.

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  4. This fudge is like my dream come true! I love key lime! I'm definitely going to make this for our christmas eve party with our friends

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  5. I love this lime fudge look amazing and delicious Helen:)

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  6. Oh wow! Key Lime + Fudge? This is going on my "must-make" list

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  7. What a delicious looking fudge! Love your additions!

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  8. wow, that fudge looks amazing! Your additions make it like a wonderful little portable key lime pie.

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  9. I love the addition of dried cranberries and pecans!

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  10. We recently picked up some key lime fudge when we were in St. Augustine. I was thinking how easy it would be to make at home and now I see that it is. What a great recipe.

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  11. Oh I love Key Lime Pie! I'm sure this would be dangerous to have around my house :)

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  12. Love the addition of the cranberries and pecans... what a great fudge for the holidays!

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  13. Every time I see someone post something from the secret recipe club I think "How Fun!" I'm just waiting for the day that I have enough posts on my blog to join the fun.

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  14. That sounds delicious!!! You cant go wrong with fudge... EVER!!!

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  15. This fudge looks amazing! I alway love Aimee's recipes :) THank you so much for visiting each of the recipes I linked up last Thursday. You always leave the nicest comments!

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  16. Wow! I love the different flavors in this one. And it looks beautiful - perfect for the holidays.

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  17. Well, that is a different flavor for fudge, Especially in the Northern section of Maine. Looks very nice and sure taste good andi

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  18. Yum. My husband love key lime so I'll have to whip up a batch for him.

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  19. Miz Helen, the fudge sounds lovely and I love u'r additions to the recipe. It must've added so much texture and zing to it!

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  20. Key lime fudge has to be good, and the cranberries and pecans sound like a super addition! This would be so yummy on a Christmas tray!

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  21. the limes must cut through the sweetness of the fudge quite well :)

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  22. Your fudge looks wonderful! And I love your addition of dried cranberries and pecans, sounds really yum! Wish you a lovely day, Miz Helen!

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  23. What a unique fudge. A recipe I would love to try!

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  24. Wow some yummy recipes. Key Lime fudge. Delicious. Be sure to pop over today. We have an awesome giveaway just in time for Christmas. Register to win an autographed book!

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  25. This one really caught my eye and made me go "Mmmm..." Sounds wonderful! I love lemon and lime in desserts. Enjoy the rest of your week!

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  26. haha I'm a big fan of Key Lime Pie and Fudge, so I suppose I would be in LOVE with Key Lime Fudge!

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  27. "OMG", it should be against the law tempting everyone with those yummy looking treats.
    You're just like Anita Pelaez over at her key lime pie factory in Asheville. Just tempting people with her delicious key lime pies. The both of you should be ashamed of yourselves.

    Mary Mac

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