Introduction: Caramel Latte Fudge

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I love fudge. I think I've mentioned that before in one of my other fudge Instructables. The inspiration for this fudge came from RedditGifts. Last year I participate in the Holiday Exchange and my Santa sent me this amazing coffee flavored fudge, it really did taste like a caramel macchiato. After deciding that the flavor shouldn't be too hard to replicate, I came up with the recipe you see here. Once you have a preferred fudge recipe, meaning that the ingredients and the texture match your preferences, it's only a matter of trial-and-error to be a little creative.

Step 1: Ingredients

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-3 cups of sugar

-5oz evaporated milk

-3/4 cup of butter

-7oz marshmallows or marshmallow creme

-1 bag white chocolate chips

-1/4 cup caramel

-1 tsp vanilla

-2 tbs espresso powder *to taste* *fresh made espresso also works*

Step 2: The First Four

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Mix the first 4 ingredients (evaporated milk, sugar, butter and marshmallows) together in a large pot over medium-high heat. Stir regularly and bring to a boil.

Step 3: The Chocolate

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Let the marshmallow mix boil for about five minutes and then turn off heat and stir in white chocolate chips. Add vanilla and espresso powder.

Step 4: The Caramel

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When your chocolate is melted and well mix, add a couple scoops of your caramel to the fudge and stir in. I was trying to get a marbly-effect but I think the caramel I used was too soft. Next time I'll try caramel squares.

Transfer your fudge to a greased dish and let cool in the fridge until the fudge is set.


Lachaesis (author)2015-10-20

I have a batch of caramel latte fudge (following this recipe) sitting on the fridge as I type this. Looking forward to share the results! Looks so yummy! I made some minor tweaks, used condensed milk instead of evaporated (couldn't find it at the grocery store) and ditched the sugar, the liquid caramel and instant coffee packet I used the taste-o-meter method, so far has that toffee-ish taste, but good nonetheless. Good job!

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