Hump Day Snack: Fudge Forest

By: Amanda Marsteller
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Everyone knows that the best holiday centerpiece is an edible one, and that means that this lush forest of fudge is the indisputable choice for your Christmas table this year. Don't be fooled by the grassy hues, these trees are chocolatey through and through. They're easy to make too, with a simple formula for white chocolate fudge that's bolstered with marshmallow cream, vanilla extract and heaps of Grinch-tinted food dye. Once you've got your perfect green shades down to a science, just cut the fudge into wedges or use a tree-shaped cookie cutter. Prop your trees up in a bowl of snowy sugar and watch your family tear the forest apart like a ravenous pack of lumberjacks. It'll be a merry Christmas indeed. Get the easy deets for building this festive fudge forest, then further explore the sweet thickets of Cooking Channel's fudge collection:

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