Coffee Fudge

If you know someone that loves coffee, this coffee fudge is a must try for your holiday baking.

I sent it to work with my husband and it was gone in no time. They all loved it and said how good it was. And I was told this is a must make for our Christmas party, so it is on the list to make later this week.

I think this would make a great gift for someone that loves coffee. You could pair this with other flavors of homemade fudge or you could wrap it up in a nice coffee cup and give it that way. Either way this coffee fudge is sure to please anyone that loves coffee.

 

Adapted from Southern Living

 

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

Comments

  1. i’ll definitely try this! it sounds so good :)

  2. have you tried it with marshmallow cream?

    • I have not, but it might work. I really think you could add the coffee part to any cooked fudge and have it work fine. So, if you have a cooked fudge you like, you might just try adding the coffee part to it. If you try it, I would love to hear what you think. I just made a double batch today for our office party on Friday.

  3. I’m sad to say this recipe didn’t work out for me. Not sure what I did wrong. When I make the type that uses evaporated milk and follow the full boil for 5 m directions I noticed that does not get the sugar mixture as hot. Maybe up to 215? The fudge thickened on me very quickly. Is this the type that you really have to beat and work or did I overcook the sugar? Any thoughts? I know some recipes have the fudge cool and then you need to beat/mix aggressively. It smells great though! If I had more sugar in the house I’d be trying it again.

    • I am not sure what went wrong. The recipe I adapted this from actually had you cooking it for 10-15 minutes which I found was too long. You may have gotten the mixture too hot too soon. I would guess. Do you have a chocolate fudge recipe that you do like? I think you could easily had the coffee to just about any chocolate fudge as long as it cooked long enough for the coffee to dissolve in. I hope that helps.

  4. I’m kicking myself because I should’ve seen it coming, but the mixture obviously needs to cool before the chocolate chips were added. The chocolate seized up due to the high temp and I have yummy smelling coffee-chocolate concrete in my pan. Perhaps this should be mentioned in the recipe…?

    • I am sorry you had issues with it. I have not had that problem and I have made it a few times now. The recipe, does say to remove from the heat before adding the chocolate. And again I am sorry you had issues with the recipe.

  5. Lynn, on the Coffee Fudge recipe you mention either using 12 large marshmellows cut up or 120 mini marshmellows. Are 12 large marshmellows the same equivalent as 120 mini ones? Just thought that might not be too accurate, but then again it may. I’m not the best at this stuff. Just let me know. Thanks!

    • From what I have read 10 mini marshmallows equals 1 large one and I have use both in this recipe and had it work. So, I think it is pretty close. I hope that helps.

  6. I made this recipe last night and it is amazing!!! Am ing another batch to hand out for Christmas! Thank you for sharing.

  7. You had me at coffee + marshmallows, Lynn! :) What a great recipe!

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