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Boozy Beer Mug Fudge

Saint Patrick’s day is next week so I came up with a recipe for some boozy fudge that you can decorate to look like cute little mugs of beer. These would be great as a St. Patrick’s day party snack. There is alcohol in this fudge, so it’s adults only, sorry kids!

Supplies

Green icing is optional.

A normal cookie cutter probably wouldn’t work for this fudge, because they’d be too short to cut all the way through the fudge, but a petit four cutter would be perfect. Here’s an affiliate link where you can get your own circular petit four cutter(make sure to select the circle).

Here’s how to make the fudge!

Guiness fudge

Irish cream fudge

Once the fudge has set for at least 2 hours, it should be ready to be cut up!

Remove fudge from the fridge and use your circle cutter to cut cylinders from the fudge. My crappy handmade circle cutter couldn't deal with this fudge and broke after three cuts, so I ended up just cutting  the rest into squares.
Remove fudge from the fridge and use your circle cutter to cut cylinders from the fudge.
My crappy handmade circle cutter couldn’t deal with this fudge and broke after three cuts, so I ended up just cutting the rest into squares.
Cut the top loops off of a pretzel like so.
Cut the top loops off of a pretzel like so.
Squish the cut pretzel into the fudge cylinder. Repeat for all of the fudge.
Squish the cut pretzel into the fudge cylinder.
Repeat for all of the fudge.
For some St. Paddy's flair, pipe a little four leaf clover on the little mugs.
For some St. Paddy’s flair, pipe a little four leaf clover on the little mugs.
All done! Here are two of the mugs with all of the extra fudge I cut into squares.
All done! Here are two of the mugs with all of the extra fudge I cut into squares.

I think these turned out so cute. They look like little mugs of a dark stout with a nice, thick head. Oh, and they taste pretty great too!

I wish I had bought the petit four circle cutter instead of being stubborn and trying to make my own. Then I could have made more little mugs instead of just cutting the rest of the fudge into squares. Oh well, next time!

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