Fudge is an absolute treat for me, a little bit of sugary heaven. I am currently avoiding lactose to sort out some dietary issues so when I was approached by Flo and Frankie’s Fudge, I was DELIGHTED to find out that they also offered vegan fudge!
Flo and Frankie’s Fudge make all their fudge in the traditional way, using copper pans and to a much loved recipe. They have a range of 20 flavours of fudge, all handmade and with a wide range of flavours… from the usual vanilla, chocolate and rum & raisin, to the more unusual millionaire shortbread, rhubarb or turkish delight flavours.
I was delighted to try their vegan vanilla and vegan salted caramel flavours. Fudge was always something I treated myself to on holiday and to my joy, these fudges were exactly as I was hoping for; sweet, creamy and full of flavour. If it wasn’t written on the label, I wouldn’t have known it was vegan and the salted caramel was good and salty – which is hard with a fudge as the sugar often drowns out other flavours.
My husband was also able to get in on the action with a clotted cream fudge and a non-vegan salted caramel, both of which he enjoyed immensely.
Flo and Frankie’s fudge sells for £7 for a good sized, 340g bar (with discounts for multiple bars). They also sell a small range of sweets too at £11 for 1kg bags.
You can buy Flo and Frankie’s fudge from their website for home delivery. When food festivals are allowed to re-start, you will also find them at many of those too.
Heather was gifted 4 bars of fudge.