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Pretty Packaging Ideas for Fudge

Photography: Sang An


Traditional fudge recipes require a candy thermometer and a fair amount of precision to get the texture just right; this streamlined recipe is simple enough for children to make (with supervision, of course) and relies on the addition of mini marshmallows for silkiness. Follow the directions below on how to package your fudge once it cools.


  • Waxed paper

  • Boxes

  • Twine


  1. Package pieces in waxed-paper-lined boxes tied with baker's twine.

  2. You can also wrap whole bars in glassine and a band of decorative paper, securing with a ribbon.

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