Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Espresso Fudge

I can't say I'm usually a fudge lover, but this recipe made me reconsider.  I used this Sandra Lee recipe for espresso toffee fudge, I just didn't use the toffee.

Below is the ingredient line-up, minus the entire stick of butter.

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The part of the recipe where you boil the butter, sugar, evaporated milk, and espresso powder for 10 minutes was a wild ride.  I do really love having to stir something for an excess of time, but a giant pot of boiling sugar, that was terrifying!  Luckily there were no injuries.

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I didn't have toffee chips, they don't seem to be available at smaller supermarkets, so I used mini-chocolate chips and some festive sprinkles.

As I eat the last piece tonight I am both saddened that it has to end and delighted that I got the last one.

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