Fudge Friday's

Fudge Friday #4 Happy New Year

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Fudge Friday #4  Happy New Year

  Happy New Year Fudge Fans!   We hope you had a wonderful holiday season at the end of last year, and we hope you had some of our fudge to enjoy it!  We're excited to announce our new seasonal flavors for the start of the new year!  We have a whopping 6 new flavors for the start of the year. To start, we have 4 new Valentines Flavors that are sure to make you believe in love at first sight! Chocolate Cherry Amaretto: A rich and creamy chocolate fudge flavored with cherries and amaretto. Chocolate Covered Strawberry: Our delectable strawberry...

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Fudge Friday #3 Oh Fudge!

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Fudge Friday #3  Oh Fudge!

What is Fudge? If you ask around, there's some misconception of what Fudge actually is! Is it supposed to be dry? Is it supposed to be creamy? What is it even made of?!! Well we're here to help let you know what's what when it comes to Fudge! Fudge is a candy that is made from sugar, cream, and butter. While Marshmallows are commonly used to make homemade Fudges, it actually isn't Fudge at all! Real Fudge is a melted mixture of sugar, cream, butter that is heated to the "Softball" stage of candy making. It actually is very similar...

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Fudge Friday #2 History of Fudge!

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Fudge Friday #2  History of Fudge!

The History of Fudge:Fudge is a treat enjoyed by millions around the world! Its rich and creamy texture has people coming back for more again and again. But where did Fudge come from? The exact origins are unknown, but it's likely that it was first created in the late 19th Century. The first story tells of a Baltimore Candy Maker that had accidently mis-cooked a batch of Caramel. Upon realizing his mistake, he supposedly said "Oh Fudge" and the name stuck. Whether this story is true or not, it does make for an entertaining history. The first documented case of...

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Fudge Friday #1 Halloween Has Arrived!

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