White Chocolate Christmas Fudge

Made Famous By:  Heather McMullin aka Made Famous By
"Be who you were meant to be.  Everybody has a calling." is what Oprah Life class #6 was about  (Lifeclass #5 was about joy rising, the car giveaway.)

“I want them to free themselves and I want them to be proud of who they are. And I want them to celebrate all the things that they don’t like about themselves the way that I did and be so truly happy from inside and I say that so genuinely to you because I preform every night and I look into your beautiful eyes and I love you so much.” –Lady Gaga on Oprah 

When I first saw this episode I thought it kind of strange that Oprah found something in common with Lady Gaga.  Then I heard her say the quote above and I understood and actually really liked the message.

NEVER GIVE UP ON YOURSELF OR YOUR DREAMS is the message that I got.  If you have a dream for yourself I think you should work until it becomes a reality.  Most dreams do not happen by themselves or without a lot of hard work.  So work hard and someday you will live the life you have been dreaming of!!

White Chocolate Christmas Fudge
Candy Thermometer
1 Cup Sugar
¼ Cup plus 2 TBS Unsalted Butter
1/3 Cup Whole Milk
2 tsp Vanilla Extract
Pinch of Salt
1 ½ (4oz) White Chocolate Bars, Chopped
*I used white candy melts.  55 chips equals 4 oz which is about ¾ of a cup**
½ Cup Marshmallow Crème
-Line a 13x9-inch baking pan with heavy-duty aluminum foil, allowing foil to extend over sides of pan.  Spray with nonstick cooking spray
-In a medium saucepan, whisk together sugar, butter, milk, vanilla, and salt over high heat; bring to a boil.  Reduce heat to medium, and cook stirring constantly until mixture reaches 234 degrees on a candy thermometer.
-Remove from heat; add white chocolate and marshmallow crème, stirring until smooth.  Spread white chocolate mixture into prepared pan; cover and chill for 1 hour until set.
-I added peanut butter m&m to my fudge.  If you would like to do the same put your m&ms in the freezer and then add them to the fudge after you pour it into the pan.  Make sure to drop them into the fudge.  Do not stir them around.  If you stir them they will melt.

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