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  • White Chocolate Cranberry is our November Flavor-of-the-Month. This rich vanilla-based fudge is mixed with Craisins' brand dried cranberries and Nestles' white chocolate chips.  Yummie! The best way to serve our fudge tub at a party is to first freeze it and then run hot water over the bottom for 5 seconds. Then remove the fudge by pressing it out of the bottom of the container and  cut it like a pizza. However, if you are by yourself a spoon does just fine too! Image by S-K from Pixabay
  • New for this fall/winter of 2020-2021: We now have reduced sugar chocolate fudge. It's not sugar-free as there are natural sugars, like fructose, that are part of the ingredients. It is also not intended for people who have diabetes. The taste and texture are slightly different than our usual flavors but still reasonable for a reduced-sugar diet snack. The serving size is 1 oz (30 grams) with 110 calories. This fudge is made with up to 60% less sugar than the regular fudge varieties.
  • New for this fall/winter of 2020-2021: We now have reduced sugar Maple fudge. It's not sugar-free as there are natural sugars, like fructose, that are part of the ingredients. It is also not intended for people who have diabetes. The taste and texture are slightly different than our usual flavors but still reasonable for a reduced-sugar diet snack. The serving size is 1 oz (30 grams) with 110 calories. This fudge is made with up to 60% less sugar than the regular fudge varieties.
  • My favorite summertime treat is the combination of soft-serve chocolate and vanilla ice cream. However, we make the same flavor combination and call it Black and White Fudge. That tastes great too! Both flavors are mixed together in our handy reusable tub. Our fudge won't melt like the ice cream. You also don't have to eat it all at once. Enjoy a few spoonfuls today and have some more next week. An added benefit: Our fudge is much easier to share than ice cream. This flavor looks real nice in one of our Round Gift Tins with the swirls spinning out from the center. Have you recently tried making your own ice cream? It's not that difficult and it's lots of fun...once! Black and White Fudge in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • We jazzed up the plain vanilla fudge by adding butter pecan flavoring and meaty pecan halves. The taste is very similar to the ice cream by the same name. So if you like butter pecan ice cream, and we use a lot of pecans, you should also love ours. The advantage to ours is you don’t need a cone or a freezer although fudge tastes great cold too! Butter pecan flavor with pecan halves in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • Cappuccino is the combination of two great flavors: coffee and vanilla. Yes, we use real coffee but I promise it won’t keep you up at night. This fudge provides a noticeable coffee flavor as the coffee is mixed throughout a vanilla base. And it's "Good to the last drop" because we do use Maxwell House brand coffee. So always have a spoonful of Cappuccino fudge available when you want just a little nibble at night but not a whole cup! Cappuccino in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • Technically a praline is defined as a nut boiled in sugar until it is brown and crisp. We make our praline fudge a little differently. First we spread a layer of meaty, roasted pecans between two layers of vanilla fudge and then swirl caramel on the top. The chewy part is the middle layer while the rest is sinfully sweet vanilla. Pecans thrive in the south eastern USA where tasty praline recipes are plentiful and tested to perfection. Layers of chewy and sweetness in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • Chocolate

    To begin with, our chocolate fudge is in the middle of milk and dark; Not bitter and not too sweet. Farmers in the tropics harvest the seeds of the cacao trees. Processing companies first dry the seeds. Then they roast and grind them into what we use to make our fudge. The intensity of cocoa in food is rated according to the amount of cacao in it. Therefore, the more cacao in the product the higher the percentage listed in the ingredients. The term "cacao" usually applies to the seed before it is processed. Afterwords folks use the term "cocoa". For fun, try making a superb sauce for ice cream. Gently warm chocolate fudge and mix it with one tablespoon of water. Also, I like to mix it into hot milk. Either way our regular or dark fudge is a winner for all. Chocolate fudge in a 1/2 pound resealable tub.
  • We make our chocolate amaretto fudge with real amaretto liqueur. First, the liqueur is mixed into our sweet vanilla fudge and then it is swirled with chocolate. The blend is 80% amaretto and 20% chocolate. Amaretto is an almond-flavored liqueur that Italian distilleries make using apricot pits or almonds. I enjoy making the chocolate amaretto fudge as I often have a few shots of amaretto left over to mix with dessert recipes for cookies, pancakes and, especially, tiramisu. You can make your own amaretto liqueur. It's easy and only takes 30 minutes or so. Consider including this fancy fudge flavor in a selection of our gift boxes. Combine it with a few of our other "spirited" flavors like Irish Cream, Chocolate Bourbon and Chocolate Stout. However, eating the amaretto will not get you tipsy, just eager for another spoonful. Chocolate amaretto in a 1/2 pound resealable tub.
  • Here is a real delicate mix of Jim Beam Kentucky bourbon with our chocolate fudge for a wonderful after-dinner dessert. The authentic Beam flavor is not overpowering but shows up as a nice smooth blend with the chocolate. We use our regular chocolate instead of our dark chocolate which tends to hide the bourbon taste. There's quite the tradition, along with rules and regulations, involved in making Kentucky bourbon. Although whiskey is made in many countries there is only one country where bourbon is legally made, right here in the good ol' USA. And don't ever call bourbon a whiskey, especially not in a bar in Kentucky.
  • A good, inexpensive Cabernet Sauvignon wine gives just the right background flavor and fragrance to our own smooth and phenomenal tasting chocolate fudge. Here is a one-of-a-kind sensation that is a fun dessert at the end of any main course. I use the whole bottle in each batch although I usually find a few drops left behind! An interesting two-tub gift box combination would be the Chocolate Cabernet and our Irish Cream. Some wine followers say that Cabernet Sauvignon, which tastes tangy, is better paired with food (fudge). So, that's why we combine the two to save you the time. Added fancy to your chocolate fudge in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • chocolate caramel fudge chocolate caramel fudge
    Our smooth, Chocolate Caramel fudge is made with 20% caramel. First, we melt the caramel and then mix it into the chocolate. There aren't any chunks of caramel. So it's easy to eat and every spoonful has the same caramel intensity. You can make your own caramel at home. Although there are many recipes all you really need is sugar, butter and a hot skillet. We also use caramel in our Chewy Praline fudge but it's a chunky style, not smooth. Chocolate Caramel in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • chocolate caramel peanut fudge chocolate caramel peanut fudge
    You'll love this flavor combination: We nestle a rich peanut-caramel layer between two layers of chocolate. In addition to that we dab more caramel and a few more chopped peanuts on the top. The middle layer is chewy, and the roasted peanuts are lightly salted. Many dessert chefs use chocolate, caramel and peanuts in lots of recipes such as cakes, cookies and of course, ice cream sundaes. Our Chocolate Caramel isn't chewy if you prefer that style. By the way, if you like it more salty, go ahead and shake some on. Also, if you like it more soft, gently warm it in the microwave. Chocolate Caramel Peanut in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • Chocolate Cheesecake Fudge is not a cake but it sure is cheesy. Instead of using butter we use cream cheese and lots of it. After mixing, we add chocolate fudge. The cream cheese gives the fudge a cheesy taste and smooth texture. It’s a taste that is unforgettably great. Consider sending a Gold Gift Tin of chocolate cheesecake fudge with our gift card. While cheese-making can be traced back to 2000 B.C. and the Greeks invented cheesecake around 776 B.C. But is was an American who invented cream cheese in 1872 and in 2001 we put it into vanilla fudge. Cream cheese based fudge in a 1/2 pound resealable tub.
  • Our Chocolate Coconut fudge is made with shredded coconut and is a classic flavor in our line-up. The sweetened coconut is mixed throughout our regular chocolate fudge. You won’t have to hunt for the coconut. It’s everywhere! This flavor has a tropical taste that can remind you of candy bars or cakes. There aren’t any nuts in this selection although you can gently soften it in the microwave and add some! Chocolate Coconut fudge is often a popular selection in many of our Fudge Club gift packages. Chocolate Coconut in a 1/2 pound resealable tub.
  • Chocolate Chips and Mint Fudge is mostly mint with chocolate mixed into vanilla fudge. After making the fudge we wait a few hours before sprinkling the chips on top so they won't melt. No two tubs look alike as the chocolate swirls form different, pretty patterns in each one. The word "Mint" is a generic or family name for many plant varieties of mint, however we use a peppermint flavorfor our fudge. Our Round Gift Tins show the swirled patters exceptionally well. Chocolate mint in a 1/2 pound resealable tub.
  • Chocolate Pecan is our classic southern fudge. We include lots of pecans throughout the chocolate so there is plenty of crunch in every tub. Surprise your pecan-loving friends with a Three-Tub Gift Box featuring Chocolate Pecan, Vanilla Pecan and Chewy Praline. Pecans are grown domestically throughout the southern USA where they find lots of sunlight and plenty of loamy soil. We purchase our pecans from groves in Georgia and usually bake a pecan pie each month. Chocolate Pecan in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
  • Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

    To make the Chocolate Raspberry Fudge we use a tart tasting raspberry mash. Raspberry mash is like a concentrated jam which we then mix with sweet vanilla fudge. The chocolate comes from our regular chocolate fudge which forms about 20% of the flavor. No two tubs look the same as the swirls look differently every time we make it. Consider sending a Three-Tub Gift Box including this flavor along with Orange Sherbet Fudge and Key Lime Fudge. Raspberries plants are fun to have in your own backyard and spring time is the best time to plant some. In the meantime, you are welcome to enjoy ours! Chocolate Raspberry Fudge in a 1/2 lb resealable tub.
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