Cheeseburger Loaf and Fudge

Edit Nov 12, 2013: I wrote out a recipe for the cheeseburger loaf. I also checked the link for the fudge, the site is no longer available.

2 cans of crescent rolls
1 pound ground beef
1 T Worcestershire sauce
1 t beef broth crystals
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese

 Lay the  the crescent rolls vertically with the points pointing out. Brown the  hamburger  and add the Worcestershire sauce, beef broth crystals, and onion flakes. Once the meat is cooked it was placed on top of the crescent rolls, placed cheese on top and folded the crescent dough on top. Baked at about 350 degrees for about 20 minutes.

Here is some fudge I made, I found the recipe here:
The site will list several fudge recipes. I used the very first one listed. There is mashed potatoes in this recipe. I was looking for a fudge recipe that uses powdered sugar and this recipe uses one pound of powdered sugar. The recipe says that the fudge was going to be crumbly and to add milk so it can be kneaded. You are suppose to make it into rolls and roll them in nuts. However for me the fudge ended up too soft to kneed. I ended up putting a bag of sliced almonds in the bottom of the pan and poured the fudge on top. After some time in the frig the fudge turned out o.k. and really yummy.


  1. Dude, I had not yet thought of doing the taco/pizza ring that way! (I usually do it with pizza ingredients, because OMNONOM they is tasty.)


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