So I tried this new recipe, Chai Spiced Fudge. Not being a fan of Chai tea, I wasn't expecting much, but the ingredients looked good. So my plan was to make a batch, taste it, and if it was good, give it away as gifts. That way I wouldn't eat it myself. Have one piece, give the rest away. Sounds good, right?
Sigh...now I must make another batch. It's so freakin' good. It's great. It's spicy in just the right way, and flavorful and creamy...
But I digress.... Here is how I packaged them:
That tag might look familiar if you read yesterday's post. ;) Why double the work? Just make extra tags and use them!
I cut the fudge into small pieces and put them in a nugget tin I had on hand that I had lined with wax paper. Then I wrapped the tin in a large doily, tied on a scrap of Deck the Halls fabric, and did another tag with a glittered clothespin so people would know what they're digging into.
Here I slid the tin out a bit so you could see it without the wrapper covering it all up.
I love baking, and eating it, and therefore (by necessity) I love giving baked goods away. The cuter the packaging, the more special the gift feels to me.