Get into groups of 3 or 4. Don't worry; there will be enough fudge for everyone in your group!
Get the following ingredients ready at your lab station! You will need:
1/3 cup silt (evaporated milk)
1 cup quartz crystals (sugar)
1 tbs. sediments (margarine)
1 cup limestone pieces (mini marshmallows)
1/4 cup sandstone pieces (pecans)
3/4 cup basalt pieces (chocolate chips)
1/2 tsp. (vanilla extract)
Add the evaporated milk, sugar, and margarine to a mixing bowl.
Stir until it has a smooth consistency.
In a separate bowl, put one cup of marshmallows, 1/4 cup of pecan pieces, 3/4 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips, and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
Take the evaporated milk, sugar, and margarine mixture and give it to the teacher so they can put it in the microwave for 45 seconds on high.
Take it out and stir it smooth and repeat this until it has been heated for 45 seconds three times. (Make sure, someone in your group keeps track!)
After the third heating, pour in the marshmallows, chocolate chips, pecan, and vanilla extract and stir. Everything should melt to a smooth consistency. If by chance it is not thick enough, microwave it for another 15-20 seconds.
Pour the liquid fudge onto a piece of wax paper on a shallow aluminum pan. Refrigerate and enjoy later. Usually works best if you let it refrigerate overnight, and then eat it the next day!