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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Send Fudge Chocolate Mint Fudge Review

I have a confession.  I have an obsession with chocolate.  I love it!  And chocolate mint is so good!  I love the mint m and m's and have been so bummed since learning that they are processed in the same facility as wheat so I can't eat them anymore.  I have found a replacement!  Sendfudge chocolate mint fudge is so good!  It's positively melt in your mouth roll your eyes back in your head good!!

my box

Love the handwritten tag

styrofoam cooler and ice pack to keep it cold

cutest little gift box

oh look at those swirls

and chocolate below the mint swirls
Now looking at those pictures don't you just want to run out and get some!  I have another confession.  I ate a bite of this for breakfast one day. Yeap I know so unhealthy, but sooooo good!

You can find them and purchase on their website, through facebook, google, youtube and twitter.

Now for a grand surprise!  You are going to get a chance to win a 1/2 pound box of this for yourself!  Woohoo!  Stay tuned for my giveaway coming tonight!  I'm so excited for you and secretly wish I could win it myself!

I received this half pound of fudge to facilitate the review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced by anything or anyone else. Pin It Now!

4 comments:

  1. I LOVE fudge! This could be a bad thing for me!

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  2. Who doesn't love fudge? The photos are making me hungry :)

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  3. Ttrockwood@yahoo.comAugust 17, 2012 at 9:01 PM

    How impressive that it was packaged so well too! Great gift idea ...

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  4. It's great to have gluten free options. I can't tell by the info they have on their website if cross contamination is a problem or not. Some of their fudge contains gluten so unless they are careful to keep things separate, that could be an issue. It also would be nice if they would put the ingredient list for each flavour on their website. I wonder how the soy gets into all of their fudge, soy lecithin? I'll have to write to them to ask.

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