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I woke up one day to a call from Andy, asking me to come to their house to ask my opinion about something. I thought it was an emergency so I just brushed my teeth and drove straight to their house with my heart pounding a little. She did say she was asking for an opinion, but what if she was goingto file a divorce against my brother?! But then I was welcomed by my excited niece who told me that her mom was waiting for me in the kitchen. She said Andy was making something delicious in the kitchen. It was then that I immediately realized that I overreacted about the call. Obviously.
When I arrived in the kitchen, Andy was making these frosty things, at least that’s what I thought they were that time. She only corrected me when I called them cheesecakes that I learned they were a batch of Neopolitan fudge. She said she would make them for the little princess’ upcoming birthday party (which I almost forgot about. Bad Aunt!). Oh my goodness. They tasted really divine. I didn’t even know what to say when Andy asked me what could be improved. I became curious though and asked her where she got the idea from. She led me to this site called I Am Baker where I found the complete recipe.
Photo and recipe courtesy of I Am Baker.
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Quick Tip: Serve with coffee or tea.