Green and Gold White Chocolate Fudge Today’s recipe for Fudge on Friday is based on the team colors of the Green Bay Packers. As most of you know I’m a Wisconsin food blogger. My recipes feature many foods that Wisconsin is famous for. Foods such …
Category: Fudge on Friday
Mini Peanut Butter Cup Fudge Welcome Back to Fudge on Friday! Today’s fudge recipe is a peanut butter and chocolate lovers dream come true. What could I possibly say about this fudge, that the name alone doesn’t already say? Mini Peanut Butter Cup Fudge is made …
Pineapple Coconut Fudge
Welcome Back to Fudge on Friday. A few weeks ago I stated that here on Turnips 2 Tangerines we’ve set aside Friday as the day to share fudge recipes. Some recipes are going to be familiar favorites, while others like Strawberry and Cream Fudge and today’s recipe for Pineapple Coconut Fudge will be unfamiliar favorites.
Paradise Fruit Co.
Pineapple Coconut Fudge is made with Paradise Candied Pineapple. As many of you may know I have the privilege of developing recipes using fruit provided by Paradise Fruit Co.. I can’t tell you how much I have grown to love Paradise Fruit! You can literally add dried fruit to anything. Breads, cakes, cookies, and snacks all benefit from the addition of this super candied fruit. Oh and it’s fantastic in fudge too. Take a look at this fudge recipe using candied cherries Chocolate Covered Cherry Fudge
A Word About Coconut
Malaysia is the motherland of the coconut palm. Though it now grows in parts of South America, India, Hawaii and throughout the Pacific Islands. This prolific tree yields thousands of coconuts over its approximately 70-year lifespan. Each coconut has several layers. A smooth, deep tan outer covering, a hard, dark brown, hairy husk with three indented “eyes” at one end. Followed by a thin brown skin, the creamy white coconut meat and at the center a thin opaque coconut juice. The smooth outer shell is usually removed before the coconut is exported.