You admit it: You’ve got a problem with sugar. And only a higher power can help restore your sanity.
So you’ve humbly decided to turn over your will to Spud Fudge, a light chocolate made using a twelve-step process that replaces one-third of the sugar with potatoes.
The secret recipe came about when an Idaho homemaker took inventory of her kitchen and realized a new way to help keep the farmers in her native state in business. The result is an airy melt-in-your-mouth candy that’s not as dense or cloyingly sweet as traditional fudge.
The chocolaty goodness is hand-rolled into (what else?) a baked-potato shape, covered with milk chocolate, topped with white chocolate “sour cream” and “butter,” and wrapped in foil.
They come in four sizes in a plastic tub, a wooden crate, or a burlap sack (how authentic!). You will feel tempted to order them all but pray for the power of portion control.
And thank Spud Fudge for this spiritual awakening.
Available online at spudfudge.com.