This is an amazing recipe for the most wonderful Kahlua and coffee fudge that you will ever taste! My favorite Kahlua fudge, by far! And nothing could be simpler. Enjoy with a cup of coffee and you will be in heaven. Perfect for holiday cookie trays or gift giving. From Taste of Home "Best of Christmas".
I don't quite remember were I got this one but I use to make them a lot and there great for a short notice party or sleep over! There also fun to make and you can add almost anything after dipping it in chocolate! You can use a microwave or a special chocolate melter to melt your chocolate, just make sure if your using a microwave to keep an eye on it ;) You also may need more chocolate depending on how many you want to make.
If you want to make then mint chocolate dipped pretzels just add about a teaspoon of mint extract to the melted chocolate =)
I was doing a project on cajun and creole food, so I invested in some help from Susan Merrick who owns and operates cajun-country-foods.com. She helped me out with these recipes!! So I want to thank her!
Absolutely wonderful for around Yule/Christmas time! If you're not big into peppermint, you can omit the flavored extract all-together or substitute it with a flavor you like. Also, you can replace some of the chocolate with peanut butter chips and make a peanut butter chocolate fudge swirl. You can also add nuts or candy chips! So versatile!16
Very decadent dessert. Your guests will think they are in a 4-star restaurant in Paris. Use high quality chocolate and vanilla beans for the best result. Do not overbake the custards, they should remain soft with a thin surface skin. Garnish with candied orange peel. Bon Appetit, December 1998.
I get more requests for this candy than any other I make for the holidays. Not sure where I got the recipe because I have been making it so long. This recipe takes alot of stirring but worth every minute.
I found this recipe on Food and Wine network - posted by Tina Ujlaki - and it is awesome! Quite simple as well. This will be a Christmas tradition for sure! The cooking time does not include cooling time.
My cake decorating instructer brought these in for our Christmas Pary. They look like frosted strawberries. She said she had the recipe for years.
You could make them in orange,lemon or any fruit flaver or shape. she added green royal icing leaves to the top of the strawberries. ( I couldn't post the green icing leaves in the ingredients, it wasn't the proper terminology). They were very good and looked so cute on her platter.