Twins!!!….

You know the old saying “two is better than one”? Well, get ready for a double play because here comes new fudgie baby #2! This recipe arose from a need to use a bunch of the ingredients in our pantry. We are moving in a few weeks. The less food the better! There are certain ingredients that I always feel a rush of victory upon using up. Coconut Oil, Tahini, Molasses, Maple Syrup, Xanthum Gum… these are all ingredients that seem to take FOREVER for me to use up because I use them in such small amounts. In fact, until this year I had never gone through an entire container of any of these ingredients! …Probably because I never lived in one place long enough…. But all that is about to change. I can’t believe we just bought a “Forever” Home!!!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! I AM SO EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!! We are meeting with a flooring guy on Wednesday to discuss re-carpeting the bedrooms and tiling the kitchen. We are also discussing paint colors and changing around certain aspects of the kitchen to give it a more open feel. Then, it’s reupholstering the sofa and painting the walls…….. You really don’t want to get me started. Okay… focus Katrina… on to the recipe!

Bahama Breeze Fudgie Babies
Ingredients:
– 1 cup Golden Raisins
– 1 cup Pecans
– 2 teaspoons Ginger
– 1 teaspoon Nutmeg
Combine all ingredients in a food processor until a ball forms.
Pinch off walnut size pieces and roll into ball shapes.
Freeze about 15 minutes before serving. (personal preference)
So…. How was your Monday? Do you have any exciting plans for this week?
GF Guy and I are going to see a production of Godspell on Wednesday, an improv comedy show on Thursday, and going to a graduation on Friday. Then we go to West Palm for my little sister’s graduation and off to the Bahamas on a cruise with the fam! It’s going to be one whirlwind of a week!
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9 thoughts on “Twins!!!….

  1. These look great as do the pumpk pie ones! I make gingerbread ones and also pumpkin pie spice donut hole balls, too. And i also make rum cake ones, too. Which have rum in them. I was hoping when i read bahama breeze you spiked em :)Congrats on your house!!!!!!!!!!!!

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