I have bunches of fudge - but if you don't see what you want, let me know and I'll check my recipes.
[For example, if you wanted chocolate-pecan-walnut-marshmallow-cinnamon fudge, then I'll try and make you chocolate-pecan-walnut-marshmallow-cinnamon fudge!]
|Quick links: Pricing, weight & ordering info, Shipping info and Order Form.|
Why is a humor writer selling fudge? Read on and you'll
see that I do much more than write. Proceeds from your purchase(s)
help support this site (and to show my husband that this site is
worth the effort that I put into it!). :~)
As y'all can tell from reading my pages, I love to cook almost as much as I love to make y'all laugh. Sure 'nuff, lots of my dishes are good, but there is one thing I make that's famous among family, friends, and neighbors ... my fudge.
Oh yeah, my fudge is just like that delicious buttery make-you-wanna-slap-yourself fudge that Granny used to make. It's creamy and just a teensy bit grainy - just enough because, well heck, it's homemade fudge! It just melts on your tongue making you wanna holler. My candies are hand-made [nope, I didn't use my feet] here in my Alabama kitchen with ingredients bought fresh from my local grocery store. Plus, I get my pecans fresh so that the flavor is the best.
I mean ... just look at this fudge bubbling on my stove! Don't believe me? Click here for some testimonials.
Many of you have emailed me complaining that when you make fudge, it hardly ever turns out right. It's either harder than a 3-year-old's head or stickier than a melted caramel apple. I can't recommend any candy therapists, but will recommend that you get a good candy thermometer and to not get your fudge mixture hotter than 235º or 236º! I'll share my chocolate fudge recipe with you, just click HERE to see it. Good luck, y'all!
OK, wipe yer mouth and check out the flavors I have: (Click on the photo for a larger mouth-watering picture)
For you chocolate purists out there, this creamy and buttery chocolate fudge has no nuts. It has just the right amount of cocoa to make you lose control and eat the entire batch yourself. You can also order Extra-Chocolaty Chocolate Fudge with no additional cost, just additional cocoa.
Ingredients: sugar, cocoa, milk, corn syrup, salt, and butter. Click HERE for recipe.
This is my chocolate fudge with fresh pecan chunks mixed in. If you like your chocolate fudge extra chocolaty, just tell me you want Extra-Chocolaty Chocolate-Pecan Fudge.
Ingredients: sugar, cocoa, pecan pieces, milk, corn syrup, salt, and butter.
Peanut Butter Fudge
This fudge is popular with the nutty folks. You can get either the smooth, melt-in-yo-mouth Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge or the Crunchy Peanut Butter Fudge with delicious bits and chunks of roasted peanuts. Just tell me, and I'll whip up a batch JUST FOR YOU.
Ingredients: sugar, creamy or extra crunchy peanut Jif(TM) butter [choosy mommas choose Jif(TM), yanno], evaporated milk, salt, and butter.
"Penuche" means "brown sugar fudge that makes you drool down your shirt." This yummy fudge is sweeter than the other fudges and its old fashioned taste is a perfect treat for the holidays. Try Walnut or Pecan Penuche. I've even made it with peanuts for a Peanut Brittle Penuche.
Ingredients: sugar, light brown sugar, milk, corn syrup, salt, and butter. (And fresh walnuts, if preferred.)
Pralines You'll love these soft fudge pecan wonders. Choose the size - regular (1-2-inch), monster (3-4-inch), or
something else. If you like, try something new like CHOCOLATE pralines! Ingredients: sugar, light brown sugar, evaporated milk, pecan halves, corn syrup, salt, and butter.
You'll love these soft fudge pecan wonders. Choose the size - regular (1-2-inch), monster (3-4-inch), or something else. If you like, try something new like CHOCOLATE pralines!
Ingredients: sugar, light brown sugar, evaporated milk, pecan halves, corn syrup, salt, and butter.
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Fudge My daughter suggested that I try layering my peanut butter and chocolate fudges together and see what happened. Talk about rich! Ingredients: sugar, crunchy/creamy Jif peanut butter [choosy mommas choose Jif, yanno], cocoa, milk, corn syrup, salt, and butter.
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Fudge
My daughter suggested that I try layering my peanut butter and chocolate fudges together and see what happened. Talk about rich!
Ingredients: sugar, crunchy/creamy Jif peanut butter [choosy mommas choose Jif, yanno], cocoa, milk, corn syrup, salt, and butter.
Your fudge is made as soon as I receive your payment and is mailed either the same day or the next day (at the latest).
I don't sell my fudge by the pound, but by the batch. Look below for my estimates.
Weight and Costs at a Glance:
(same for Extra-Chocolaty)
(same for Extra-Chocolaty Pecan)
(same for Extra-Chocolaty Walnut)
|Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge||32 oz||$12|
|Crunchy Peanut Butter Fudge||36 oz||$12|
|Penuche-Pecan (or Walnut) Fudge||26 oz||$15**|
|Chocolate-Crunchy Peanut Butter Fudge||30 oz||$14*|
|Chocolate-Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge||25 oz||$14*|
|Shipping In continental US||1 to 3-4 Batches (depends on type of fudge)
4 to 6-ish Batches (depends on type of fudge)
|$12.10 ($11.35 Medium flat rate box + $0.75 delivery confirmation)
$16.20 ($15.45 Large flat rate box + $0.75 delivery confirmation)
|Shipping Outside continental US||??? Batches||$??.?? (You and I can figure this out together!)|
*This costs more because it's very time consuming to make.
**Pecans/Walnuts are expensive so that's why these fudges cost more.
I prefer to use PayPal.com for my transactions (I'm a PayPal verified Gold member), However, if you need to use an alternate way to pay, I'll be glad to work with you.
So click HERE and order your fudge!
Currently, I'm using a "Flat Rate" box to mail your fudge. Just as long as the fudge stays under 70 pounds, it'll always cost the same amount for Priority mail! There are two sizes of flat rate boxes, but most orders fit into the medium sized box. See above for prices.
I can get about four (4) *batches of fudge in a medium flat rate box (using the *plastic entree-sized container), but for larger orders, I'll use the large flat rate box. For the huge orders of six (6) or more, there are other options. For example, I can package the fudge in two (2) or more smaller containers or find a non-flat rate and bigger box in my basement or attic! Just know that I will work with you to try and get the least expensive shipping amount. I promise that I'm not trying to "getcha" with inflated shipping and handling costs. :o) Also, if you have any suggestions or advice that you can offer to help me reduce shipping costs, then send it on! Postage amounts are crazy - you're practically spending as much money on shipping as you are on fudge! Visit usps.com for current postage rates.
When I get more organized and a bit more business savvy, I hope to put together a shipping system that could save both of us money!
Do you want your fudge shipped out of the US? Well, email me and we'll talk about it. I'm not really sure how to do it, but I'll see what I can figure out.
I ship the fudge in a plastic container - all ready for you to dig into and enjoy! See?
**Tip: When your fudge arrives, hold onto the sides and slightly push up on the bottom and the fudge will pop out of the container. Take it out slice off what you want, and put the rest back in the container. To keep your fudge from drying out, it's best to keep it in the fridge or freezer, it'll keep for a month or so in the fridge, 3-6 months in the freezer - I think - mine never lasted more than a day or two! However, you can keep it in the plastic container on your shelf for about a week or so before it gets dry, hard, and icky.
Clear as mud? Well click on over to my order form and tell me what you want! -OR- If you'd rather email me, then shoot me an email at SouthernAngel (at) bellsouth (dot) net and tell me what you want!
Wanna send fudge as a gift?
I can create a card (free of course) and add some reading material (a few of my stories, cartoons, recipes, etc.) with the fudge and you'll send the perfect sweet, funny, sentimental, and delicious gift to your sweetie, friend, neighbor, or even your Momma!
Hey, if you want to send the fudge as a gift and want something more than a card and some stories, I can add some Southern Angel items! I have humor booklets and inspirational booklets ($2), audio-books ($5-6), and even handmade "redneck momma" jewelry, key chains and lots more! Heck, tell me your favorite color and I'll TRY to make you whatever you want: necklace, bracelet, keychain, cellphone lariats, and more! To see what I'm talking about, visit my Shoppin' Page.
Oh, and I'll definitely throw in a free personalized card ... that ain't too expensive, now is it?