Vanilla Bean Fudge: The Perfect Homemade Gift 48


Homemade Easy Vanilla Bean Fudge: The perfect gift

 

Each year we like to try a new homemade recipe and share it with the teachers and staff who work so hard with our children at school.  The kids love to help with the recipe and then we box it all up , bring it to school and hand out the goodies.  This year we worked on a new recipe and it seems to have been a hit.  Many of the teachers told us the loved it and ate it all without sharing it with their families.  The key to this recipe and all my other recipes is the Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Bean Paste.  It is a 1:1 substitute for any recipe where you would use vanilla extract.  We usually use a little bit extra of the vanilla paste because it tastes so good and makes our desserts taste amazing. The vanilla bean paste also has the cool flecks that you get when you use a vanilla bean, but those are about $10 per bean, and the paste is so much easier to dispense and use.

Here is a photo of some of our boxes of vanilla fudge in the refrigerator.  I ran out of boxes and the fudge in the ziploc bag on the left was eaten by a few late night gremlins so we also made blondies.  This fudge is not at all healthy and is not something we make unless it is a special occasion.  Back to healthy foods all the time in our house today!  Happy holidays everyone.  I enjoy having each and every one of you visit my blog.  My wish for you is happiness, health and hugs for you in 2016.

vanilla bean fudge homemade in holiday boxes ready for the teacher gifts

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