12/03/2014

Fudge Glorious Fudge | c/o Thomas The Baker

Fudge. That's all I really need to say in this post isn't it?
 Fudge is good. Fudge is delicious. Fudge is creamy and indulgent and chewy and golden and GLORIOUS. I like fudge. EVERYBODY likes fudge. And you know who makes THE BEST fudge?

Thomas the Baker, that's who.



Or at least, their fudge is very, very good. It's sweet but not too sweet, gooey but not in a 'glue-your-mouth-shut' way, creamy but not too sickly, and as a bonus, it smells DIVINE. Thomas The Baker blogger, PR assistant, outreach specialist and all round lovely lady Sian very kindly sent me a few pieces of this holy treat to review, but I'll quickly be buying up the whole stash unless she hides some away for all you guys too!

 I'm not just saying all these nice words because I like Sian, although I do. I saying them because I like Sian AND I like fudge, and she happens to have provided me with THIS fudge, which is my new favourite fudge! It's rich and buttery and a mix between the American style candy fudge and traditional Scottish tablet. Aka, it's the best of both worlds. For further proof, go and see more mouth-watering pictures of this soon-to-be-famous fudge right HERE on the Thomas The Baker Blog, whilst I go and savor my last piece...

How many more times can I say fudge before you go and order some? 

15 comments:

  1. The local fudge here is like tablet, I love it. Wish it was a health food (awaiting scientific discovery any day now).

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    1. Hmm, this is true - the ONLY bad side of fudge is that my waist falls out with my clothes if I eat as much as I'd like to! ;)

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  3. I had a sample of this too, it was delicious! Melt in your mouth fudge is my favourite kind :)

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  4. Thomas the Baker does fudge?! This is good news indeed.

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    1. They do indeed! It's a new thing, I think they're planning to branch out and do a sweets/treats range in time so fudge is the first step in that direction. Ask Sian (Rebel Angel blog!) for more details! :) xx

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  5. Definitely just signed up to their blog! Fudge is amazing. Sadly, my mum, dad, boyfriend and one of my best friends DO NOT LIKE FUDGE. (There's something deeply wrong with the people in my life...) Which makes it hard to buy because I have to eat it all myself....Which is super tasty but with the sad side effect of getting fatter. :P xx

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    1. My Mum is actually worse than me at snacking (or better, depending on how you look at it....) between us, treats never last long! Which means we just buy MORE treats. Which means we also get podgy. Fudge is worth podge though ;D

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  6. Why did I see this post? I love Fudge, argh I really want some now!

    Hannah
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    1. Sorry (not sorry!) You could request a little sample pack from the TTB blog, they only send 4 pieces so you wouldn't feel toooo guilty?! ;)

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  7. now, I'm not a massive fudge fan, but I do love Fudge Kitchen fudge. Is it as good as that? Have you had that? (If not you should absolutely remedy that situation, pronto!)

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    1. SO many people have told me about Fudge Kitchen! I really need to try some... that's this week's treat sorted I think! ;)

      As for this fudge, it is very different to most 'shop bought' fudge, it seems more traditional/homemade - is Fudge Kitchen like that? If so, you'll like it! You can request a sample from the Thomas The Baker blog if you like, to try before you buy - it's in the link above! :) xx

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  8. Wow This looks so yummy and delicious. I Love fudge so much.

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  9. alright, alright, I'll check it out (twist my arm)

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