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  1. Errign

    Fabulous idea Hannah! My jar is nearly empty – I may need to make more 🙂

  2. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    How could anyone not like fudge?! This looks amazing- in both butter and fudge form!

  3. Evan Thomas

    Oh my God. I die.

  4. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    And more portable. You can cut the fudge up into squares and take one (or twelve) of them to work with you.

  5. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    What a magnificent discovery! I need this in my life.

  6. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    what a wonderful idea indeed!!!

  7. Priyanka

    Great idea…and oops about cadbury. I guess that is the kind of comment you receive from non-chocolate aficionados 😉

  8. Louise

    OOOH. It does look delicious. And even more delicious as fudge. So versatile.

  9. Lizzi

    Phenomenal. You are SUCH a babe. Yuuum.

  10. Kayla @ Fitter Than Choc

    Oh yes, I’d better start making your chocolate coconut hazelnut butter. I aways get caught by loved ones when I eat any forms of spread straight out of its jar. This is a fabulous idea. Last week seemed like a really topsy-turvy week for you, but I hope that this week will be a better week for you.

    Ps. You look so adorable in that picture!

  11. Margaret

    Often the most amazing ideas come to us when we’re not even trying.
    And here is photographic evidence of your natural curls! I’m amazed they stayed with you into adulthood, and your brother has straight hair doesn’t he?
    I’m sure you were a delightful child – looking at those pictures makes me clucky! 🙂

  12. Emma

    Egads! I could not be more pleased to be mentioned in the same sector of your post as Tamagotchis!! Sadly, I was never the proud owner of such a critical fashion accessory, despite my deepest hopes and dreams. Insert one million sad faces here. 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁

    Cute velcro shoes, and piece-of-cactus that looks like some sort of tart!

  13. anh@anhsfoodblog

    pls do not hate me I don’t like fudge. Hey, but I like chocolate in general 😀

  14. Agnes

    Umm, this wasn’t *quite* what I meant when I said you should move on from food that you can eat with a spoon.

  15. Maria @ Scandifoodie

    I’m addicted to making my own nut butter so this sounds just perfect! 😉

  16. JohannaGGG

    yep – nut butter on a spoon doesn’t seem right but that fudge looks like something I couldn’t resist

  17. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh my goodness me. I thought the original nut butter pictures looked amazing, but this takes amazing to a whole new level!

    I’m actually glad I hadn’t gotten around to making the original recipe yet, because now I can make this 🙂 And what better time than the upcoming Easter long weekend – perfect. Thank you!

  18. chanel11

    What a clever girl you are to turn something fabulous into something even more fabulous!

  19. PoweredbyPeanutButter

    That nut butter/fudge looks amazing.

  20. Anna Johnston

    Oh your ADORABLE. Such a cutie patootie! Insert cheek squeeze *:)*
    Hannah, I am craving a slice of fudge, surely you have a pinch left over to share…. Pulease? Pretty Please…. 🙂

  21. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Ooh win win with a second course! And I know I say this about all of your growing up pics but they really are just gorgeous! You look like such a cute lil hostess! 😀

  22. theresa

    Aw, little Hannah is so cute. And fudge is one of my two favourite english words (along with goggle). Say it a few times out loud. I can’t do it without laughing.

  23. Lexi

    I want that shirt with the red collar. And that fudge. 🙁

  24. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Haha fabulous. I love that you discovered this. & I know, why is taking spoonfuls of nut butter frowned upon? So not fair.
    Heidi xo

  25. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic

    I love all the flavors in this, and I especially love chilled fudge squares. Yum!

  26. Ali @ Three Baking Sheets

    This might be the happiest accident of all time.

  27. Megan@Dirty Dishes Dailu

    That looks incredible! I love coconut and hazelnut so this fudge is calling my name.

  28. Simply Life

    I love how versatile this is – and I love how easy it is to make fudge!

  29. penny aka jeroxie

    Oh… I always love a good fudge and a “guilt-free” indulgence 😉

  30. The Teenage Taste

    Oh my… it’s like a Nutella and coconut butter hybrid! I love it!
    That last picture of you in beyond cute, by the way. 😉

  31. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    I’ve never made fudge. This looks awesome! 😀

  32. whisperinggums

    Love saguaro, but really, that’s going a bit too far isn’t it

  33. (what runs) Lori

    Uh, wow. Wow it is. Looks incredible.

  34. Susan

    I hate to admit it but I am not a big fan of fudge.. although the nut butter I could totally eat. I love your adorable child photos as well!

  35. leaf (the indolent cook)

    What a wonderful discovery! Plus if it’s vegan, it must be good for you. 😉

  36. Camille

    And that, my dear, is how praliné is made. 🙂

  37. Jordan Gray

    …[Y]ou no longer have to deal with the raised eyebrows of your loved ones when they discover you at 11pm with a spoon of nut butter in your mouth.

    I think this has happened to all of us at least twice.