Well, I survived my week. I was able to attend my three kids’ class parties. I baked non-stop and made three teacher baskets full of goodies. And I passed out about a dozen smaller gift bags for friends to enjoy. From breads, to cookies, to bars to fudge, I baked it all this week. It’s slowing down now, not ending of course, with the final stretch. I thought I’d slip in this fabulous Cappuccino Fudge recipe during my cookie month, since I made it a couple days ago.
I wish I could get away with just sending out Christmas cards, but my friends are such great sports with all my samplings, how I could I not bake for them during this crazy baking season?
I passed out the baskets and baggies in the morning, and a few of my friends told me they enjoyed this fudge with their morning coffee! I don’t think 10am is too early for a chocolate urge, do you?
I was searching for a decadent fudge recipe that wasn’t labor intensive. I found this on Annie’s Eats. This Cappuccino Fudge was super easy to make, no candy thermometer required. I had to take a small sample for myself (for quality control, of course) and these were really addicting! Rich, chocolatey and smooth with a hint of coffee.