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Before the snow falls, let’s salvage those pumpkins and see what Betty Crocker has in store for us. Phenomenal Fudge is excited to bring November’s flavor of the month; pumpkin caramel pecan fudge into our kitchen. ‘Tis the season for pumpkin latte, pumpkin bread and pumpkin pie. Anything with pumpkin is delicious; including our Pumpkin Caramel Pecan fudge.
Throughout the entire month of November (there are only a few weeks left), be sure to grab this flavor before it’s gone. Of course, taking advantage of our monthly Buy 3 Get 1 FREE deal is a must too.
Don’t worry, at the end of this reading, you will think of plenty of reasons as to why you should take advantage of this deal.
Now, let’s get to the story:
Pumpkins are healthy for you. Not only are they rich in antioxidants and vitamins helping to promote immunity and healthy eyesight, pumpkins nourish the skin and reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer. If you don’t believe me, visit the folks at healthline and read all about the qualities of pumpkins.
Not only are pumpkins nutritious, they are also very delicious. Mix with the nutritious pecan nut and blend with caramel and one has an oh-so-satisfying, tastebud-loving Phenomenal Fudge flavor.
Now, speaking of pecans, here is a bit of history referencing the nuts being included in a recipe:
The earliest printed recipes for pecan pie were found dating back to the 1870’s. The pie didn’t grow in popularity until 1920, when Karo syrup began putting a recipe (for pecan pie) on the back of their label. The recipe requires 1 cup of dark Karo corn syrup.
Whether you pronounce the word pee-KAHN, pick-KAHN, PEE-can, or PEE-kahn, we know what you mean. Although, southerners in Georgia refer to the pronunciation as pick-KHAN. So I guess we’ll take the correct pronunciation from those in the south and label the item as a pick-KHAN pie.
Our Pumpkin Caramel Pecan fudge won't last forever. Order from this link at our website and you too will be enjoying the lavish lush of pumpkin fudge mixed with caramel and pecans. Yummy!