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I have made fudge for Christmas and I’m looking for ways to present it. How can I wrap it so it doesn’t all stick together and become a sticky, fudgy mess by the time the gift is opened? Thanks.

Posted by mandy1973, 25th November 2014

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  • Place on baking paper and then pop into a box with glad wrap or cellophane.

  • Wrap them in cellophane, pop them in a noodle box, and keep in the fridge till you’re gifting them.

  • Put the fudge in patty cases then wrap with cellophane & tie off with a ribbon. You could then set them in a pyramid shape or place them in a nice basket.

  • Try wrapping it in small, single serve portions.

  • Another nice way to present fudge is in a pretty little cardboard box. These can be purchased at places like the Reject shop.

  • Cellophane with pretty curling ribbon.

  • I wrapped them in cellophane, then put them into a cute little bucket with ribbons and a tag!

  • Yet could also use the little mini patty pan cases and put each piece in one and then present in a small tin or box.

  • You could use clear colourful cellophane plastic looking wrapping paper rapid like a money bag and use a little bit of ribbon to tied up

  • You can use wax paper/baking paper cut to size to wrap around each piece and use a piece of pretty bakers twine to hold it and then put a few pieces together and place in cellophane

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