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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Cookie Cutter Fudge for Teachers

Gone are the days of just 1 or 2 special teachers to appreciate at Christmastime.  Now that my kids are in 6th and 7th grade, we have over a dozen teachers to appreciate.  I should note that many of these teachers are men.  (Sweet smelling soaps will probably not be appreciated.)

What to do?
How about this?



 

 
Christmas Fudge!
 
This easy to make fudge is placed in a cookie cutter to hold it's shape.
In small print this means...it's perfect for kids to throw in their backpacks and deliver to teachers throughout the day.
You know this is what happens, right?

Package the fudge up with a little 'pun' tag and you're good to go.
And just in time, too!
 
 
 
 
Directions:
Purchase metal cookie cutters in simple holiday shapes.

**This is the important part: 
Wrap the bottom and sides of each cookie cutter with foil.



Place on a cookie sheet covered with waxed paper.

Make your favorite fudge recipe.
 (We used this recipe from here.)Pour the fudge into each cookie cutter.
Fill up to the edge. Spread with a knife to make smooth.

Cool in the fridge for several hours.
Take foil off, clean outside of cookie cutter with a paper towel.
 
 

Decorate with icing, sprinkles and candies.
Cool in the fridge for a few more hours.


Package up in cellophane bags.
Tie on a Christmas Fudge tag.

 

Deliver to all.
 
 

 

May your Christmas be filled with more than just a
'peace' of fudge!

Isaiah 9:6-- 
"...and he will be called, Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
 
Merry Christmas!

 



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