Monthly Archives: November 2014

3-Ingredient Reese’s Fudge

I’m back! I cannot believe it has been over a year since I’ve written on my blog. Well that needs to change because I have once again started on my journey to become healthy and happy. This time my journey is a little different because I am actually now a BeachBody coach. This means I not only get to change my life but I could to help others change their lives too. This opportunity is such a blessing to me and I love my group of guys and girls already on my team. I finally get to use my degree in dietetics and business to do something that I truly love. My goal is to be clean 80% of the time, because let’s be realistic life happens and sometimes I just don’t have time to prepare a fresh meal. Not to mention I just really love some of those noddy recipes involving sugar and butter. Oh and let’s not forget chocolate! The first recipe that I’m going to start off with is definitely not considered a clean or healthy recipe but it is so delicious and so easy that I just couldn’t resist making it this morning!

After spending some time on Pinterest… Okay maybe like a couple of hours… I was inspired to make a simple fudge using just two ingredients chocolate chips and condensed milk. Then I thought to myself how can I take this to a whole other level… Well the answer was pretty obvious, my favorite candy: Reese’s.

Ingredients:
1 (14oz) can sweetened condensed milk
3 cups milk chocolate chips
1 (12oz) bag mini Reese’s

Directions:
1. Unwrap and roughly chop the 12 ounce bag of mini Reese’s. Set aside approximately one cup of roughly chopped Reese’s for topping.
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2. Combine the milk chocolate chips with the sweetened condensed milk in a microwave safe bowl and microwave on high for one minute. Stir the chocolate chips and continue microwaving in 30 second increments until all of the chocolate chips are melted.

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3. Stir the roughly chopped Reese’s into the melted chocolate chip mix and pour into a 9 x 9 baking dish. Spread out the mixture evenly and sprinkle with the one cup of remaining Reese’s.

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4. Allow fudge to set up on the countertop or in the refrigerator. Once firm cut and enjoy.

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I told you it was a simple easy recipe but I just had to make. I hope you enjoy it as much as me and my family do!

-Ellie

PS – if you would like more information about getting healthy this year feel free to leave a comment or contact me. I would love to chat with you