Gingerbread Oreo Caramel Fudge

06.-59Life really knows how to keep you guessing, doesn’t it? Just when you think you are finally starting to figure things out, you are thrown a giant curveball. There’s really no way to control the direction of your life. We all like to pretend that we have some element of control when in reality it is a fleeting thought. Even when you plan things down to a “t”, something still manages to come up. It shows how little we are in the grand scheme of things.

Sometimes it can feel scary,  lacking a sense of control. It can be terrifying knowing some things may happen, and there is nothing we can do about them. At the same time, we learn to put a sense of trust. Whether it is in another person or a higher power. At first, we may feel vulnerable, but in time we begin to feel a sense of protection and care. Life cannot be tamed, the sooner we learn that the more peaceful we will become.
Recipe:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and salt in medium bowl. Set aside.-30




Crush gingersnap & Oreo cookies

 

Mix with melted butter, and press into bottom of foil lined 8x8in pan.
Bake at 350 for 10 min. Allow it to cool.

 

Melt caramel and water in a microwave for a minute.
Stir to make sure everything is smooth. pour over caramel layer.
Place in freezer to allow caramel to set.

 

Make gingerbread fudge layer:
Stir together the dry ingredients.

Melt white chocolate, sweetened condensed milk, and molasses in a microwave (in 30-second intervals)


In a separate bowl, melt white chocolate, sweetened condensed milk,
and molasses in 30-second intervals.
Mix in chopped Oreo pieces.

 

Stir in dry ingredients
Spread onto caramel layer.

 

Top with remaining gingerbread Oreo pieces.
Add some gingerbread icing decorations (Optional).
Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes to allow it to harden.

 

Cut into small pieces and serve.

 



 


 


 


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