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2016 Cookie Exchange

The holidays are upon us. And that means that blogging cookie exchange is back for another year. I have found (and hopefully shared) some great recipes with all the bloggers that take part. Check out what everyone has to offer and try out some new recipe this holiday.

This year I decided to offer a sweet and a savory option. The first is a chocolate fudge recipe that a friend for work gave me. It’s so much simpler than any other recipe I’ve tried and it tastes great. My savory idea is for your holiday leftovers. I can only take so many turkey sandwiches. And really, I use this recipe all year round with any extra meat or veg to make good leftovers or feed a large group. You can double it easily.

Enjoy! And don’t forget to check out everyone else’s offerings.

Old Fashioned Chocolate Fudge

4 1/2 cups Sugar

Pinch Salt

2 Tbs. Butter

1 can evaporated milk, large

Mix these items in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Boil for 6 minutes.

Put the following ingredients into a large bowl:

12 oz. Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

12 oz. Baker’s German Sweet Chocolate

1 pint Marshmallow Creme

1 tsp. Vanilla

2 cups chopped nuts (optional)

Pour boiling syrup over mixture in bowl. Beat until chocolate is evenly melted. Pour into pan and let sit until firm.

 

Holiday Leftover Fried Rice

1 cup Cooked Protein, chopped small (turkey, chicken, pork, tofu, etc.)

1 cup rice

1 cup Vegetables (leftover corn, carrots cauliflower work great, but feel free to add fresh as well)

1 tsp. vegetable oil or butter

2 eggs

1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce

Directions:

Cook rice according to packaging (this can be done ahead of time)

In pan heat vegetable oil or butter. Add vegetables to heat through or cook slightly (if fresh). Make a well in the center of the pan by push the vegetables to the sides. Crack eggs into bowl and whisk lightly. Pour into well and incorporate with vegetables as they cook.

Add chopped protein and cooked rice to pan. Pour soy sauce over rice and then mix. Season with salt and pepper as needed.

 

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14 Responses to “2016 Cookie Exchange”

  • olivia

    That fudge recipe – oh, my. i love fudge and never make it but i might have to give it a try. Also, this is the first time i’ve visited your blog – i’ll have to come back and explore after the cookie exchange rush is over!

  • His slut

    Oh my gosh, you’re making me hungry. This sounds so good.

  • Lilli

    Oh, fudge is always a crowd pleaser! But, now what I’m hungry for is that fried rice. Yum! 🙂

  • Mrs Fever

    A sweet and a savory – very nice! It’s always helpful to have new ideas for leftovers. Especially turkey!

  • Bleue

    That’s definitely an easy fudge recipe!
    We eat a ton of rice around here, I’m actually baffled that I never thought of tossing in the turkey to the fried rice pan!!!!
    Thank-you for sharing!

  • abby

    WOW 2 for the price of 1! Always looking for something new to do with leftovers. hugs abby

  • Kelly

    MMmm. Fudge. MMmmm. Fried rice. What a great idea for leftovers. (wonders if she can use the order these were posted in to justify having fudge for an appetizer?)

  • DelFonte

    That’s my next dinner sorted! Thanks for sharing. DF

  • Katie

    Hi collared mom! Both of these recipes look great! I love the easy fudge recipe. YUM on the fried rice made from turkey & leftovers from the holidays! I never thought of that one either! Thanks for sharing both recipes!

  • Jz

    I am particularly fond of any candy recipe that does NOT involve the word, “thermometer”
    These look great.
    Thanks for playing along. 🙂

    • Rye

      That’s one of the reasons I love this recipe so much. No candy thermometer to speak of. And it comes together really quick, which is nice if you are in a rush for that last minute treat to take the holiday party.

  • Cat

    Ooh, I do love fudge! Thanks for sharing…will definitely have to try this recipe!

    Hugs and blessings…Cat

  • Lindy

    Oh those recipes both look great. Thank you for sharing collared Mum

    Hugs Lindy xx

  • Ronnie Soul

    Always looking for different things to do with leftovers so this is great and the fudge cake, Yum. Thanks.

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