When it comes to desserts and sweet treats, is there really anything better than fudge? Fudge is so moreish, and there is an endless supply of different potential flavors that can be added to it. The mixture of the creaminess, and sweetness is mouth wateringly good.
The great thing about fudge is that it is surprisingly easy to make at home. While store bought fudge is great, nothing beats fudge that has been homemade. Whether you have a family recipe you can follow, or you use one you have recently found online, fudge is a fun treat to make.
If you want to make fudge at home, there are a number of things you will need to take into consideration, from how to store fudge, to the best kinds of cooking equipment to use. This is why I decided to set up my website, Call Me Fudge, to teach others everything there is to know about this fantastic treat.
Hi, my name is Sarah, and I’m a fellow fudge connoisseur with a slight baking addiction. I have been making fudge for 7 years now, so I’d like to think that I have the skills and know how on par with the knowledge hub. Everything is about trial and error, so if a recipe doesn’t quite work out the first time, we can always try again. I won’t judge!
I’ll be guiding you with step by step recipes and pop in a few tips and tricks to help you make the best fudge and other baked goods along your journey here with us at, Call Me Fudge.Sarah – Call Me Fudge.
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