Can’t function without your morning coffee? Every morning before the day begins, my boss has to have his Nespresso coffee from his beloved coffee machine. But why not have your daily fix of caffeine through a piece of fudge? Now there’s a thought. A quick burst of energy from yawn to first bite, offers an intense chocolate pleasure marked with smooth coffee.
Inspired by the barista creations chocolate fudge flavored Nespresso, we have turned this chocolate fudge coffee concoction into actual fudge. Genius!
Read on to find out how to make coffee flavored fudge that really hits the spot!
What does Nespresso chocolate fudge flavor pod taste like?
The Nespresso chocolate fudge flavored pod makes a deep smooth coffee with a sweet and velvety blend, complete with a note of creamy fudge.
A hint of coffee and sweet confection, make this the perfect hot drink when a sudden sweet craving hits. Plus the delightful split of delicate aromatics will really awaken your senses.
Nespresso chocolate fudge flavored dark chocolate fudge recipe
Elevate your fudge palette with this sophisticated dark chocolate coffee fudge recipe, that is creamy in taste with a velvety texture. We know you won’t be able to resist.
We feel as though we need to justify why you’d need to use an instant coffee instead of liquid. The simple answer is, that you just can’t get the same smoothness from ground coffee as you would from an instance. This is because it has to be filtered and processed into an extract before using it in a fudge recipe.
For this recipe, we’ve cleverly chosen an instant espresso powder to imitate the deep flavours and aromas of a coffee made with an actual pod.
Equipment you will need to make Nespresso chocolate fudge
- Large microwave safe bowl
- Silicone spatula
- 8x8inch baking tray lined with parchment paper
- Cutting board
- Sharp knife
- An airtight container
- In the large bowl, place in the chocolate chips, condensed milk and butter.
- Heat in the microwave in short 40 second intervals. Making sure that you stir each time to prevent the chocolate from burning.
- Once the chocolate mixture has melted, add in the corn syrup and espresso powder.
- Mix until it has all combined thoroughly – the chocolate fudge should be thick and starting to pull away from the bowl.
- Transfer the fudge mixture into the lined baking tray and use the silicone spatula to spread evenly.
- Let the fudge cool completely before placing it in the fridge to set further.
- Set in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours.
- Take it out and cut into 1 inch squares, you should be able to get 64 pieces of fudge out this recipe!
- Now you’re ready to serve. Store in an airtight container for up to 2-3 weeks for fresh fudge.
Which country is famous for coffee?
Many countries are renowned for their coffee and the manufacturing of coffee beans.
Countries in East Africa such as Ethiopia are mostly known for their smooth blends of Arabica coffees, however it is actually Brazil who is the leading coffee producing country. Brazilian coffee is considered to be creamy in body, low in acidity and bursting with bittersweet rich chocolate and caramel notes.
The Italians will claim the espresso and never ask them for a latte or you’ll end up with a cup of milk! In south eastern Asia, you’ve got Vietnam best known for “Cà Phê Sữa Đá” which is an iced coffee made with sweetened condensned milk- a cult product for making fudge.
What is the most popular flavor of fudge?
If you ask a confectioner, then they’d probably say that it is CHOCOLATE fudge, due to the number of flavor combinations that can be complemented with chocolate.
We’ve taken the best of best worlds here and created a chocolate coffee fudge for the win.
Our most popular fudge recipe is Our old fashioned peanut butter fudge– make it now!
If you like your coffee black, this is coffee flavored fudge recipe is for you. The smooth blend and rich taste will replicate your morning coffee, and is a great treat to bring in the office – especially on a Monday morning when everyone needs a pick me up.
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