Heavenly Hash. Made and brought to you in partnership with Dixie Crystals.
We’re throwing it way back with this one. Chances are if you had this your Grandma and/or Mom made it for you growing up around the holidays. You could’ve also stumbled across a recipe in an old church cookbook (you know what gems you can find in those.) Maybe your crazy Aunt (insert appropriate family name here) brought it to the holiday potluck.
However you were introduced to this dessert, we can all agree it’s pretty stinking delicious. Did I mention it’s also NO BAKE?
It’s basically rocky road fudge (ish) candy. Yes, that’s absolutely a technical term, don’t try and look it up, you trust me right? Just go with it. It’s full of nuts and marshmallows and deep decadent chocolate. Maraschino cherries make appearances in some recipes and we listed it as an optional ingredient in this one. So ahead and experiment.
I’m not sure how the name Heavenly Hash came about. If you have the answer (or even a great story) drop me a comment and let me know. I’m going to GUESS that it’s because it tastes so heavenly when it’s melting in your mouth.
Now the hash part confuses me. Perhaps hash meant something different way back in the day. Regardless of what you call it, it’s a great addition to your holiday dessert trays. Have a dessert swap coming up, this no bake recipe is easy peasy and little cubes go a long way.
More bang for your buck. It does require setting up time in the fridge so consider making it the night before, and then simply cut it into your desired size pieces the next day.
Ready to make your own? You know you want to. Pop over to Dixie Crystal’s website to get the HEAVENLY HASH RECIPE !
Disclaimer: I am a recipe developer for Dixie Crystals. I was compensated for my time. Opinions are my own.