I saw this idea on Pinterest several months ago and I knew it was what I was going to do for teacher gifts this year.
Don’t those look delightful? Since I always make fudge I thought these would be perfect. I found a cute set of cookie cutters 75% off at Hob Lob and decided to make two flavors, Peppermint Fudge and Orange Almond Fudge for each teacher.
Here’s how mine turned out.
I learned a few lessons in the process that I’ll keep in mind for next year. I think I slightly overfilled the cookie cutters- next time I’ll leave a little more space on top. I was also worried that the fudge would dry out in the fridge overnight, so I used press n seal on top, but then I ended up with some smudges and texture from the press n seal on the “pretty” side. Oops. Next time I think I’ll put the foil in a tupperware or something for while it sets up in the fridge. I decided to leave the snowman and star plain while I decorated the tree and the snowflake with some crushed candy cane. Had the texture been smooth and pretty it would have been even better! In the picture above I have the star and snowman flipped over so you are seeing the bottom- sadly it’s the prettier side with the marks from the press n seal on the other side. Oh well- it’s still yummy!
I wrapped each cookie cutter in a baggie and paired it with a coordinating pot holder. Oh, and here’s a simple trick for little bags of treats- grab a fold top sandwich bag and use scissors to cut up the seam where the fold is. Then place your treat inside and tie off the top with some curling ribbon. It’s much less expensive than buying bags designed for gifting!
Hopefully Ms. Sherri and Ms. Connie will enjoy their treats!
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