Paper Used To Wrap Fudge
Waxed tissue paper for wrapping fudge, candies, and sweets of all sorts!
What kind of paper is used to wrap fudge?
I make fudge to give as gifts for the holidays. I have noticed at places that sell fudge they use a very thin transparent paper.
It isn't wax paper or parchment paper, and the fudge doesn't stick to it. Does anyone know what the name of this paper is?
Thanks for your help and suggestions,
(**See update below!)
Would you be referring to glassine wrappers, I wonder? I'm not quite certain what type of paper you are referring to, but if you have a shop that sells fudge locally, why not ask them?
They may even be willing to sell you some of their paper for a small fee. Let us know if you find out a specific name for the kind of paper used to wrap fudge there.
Meanwhile, you may want to look at the confectioners paper, foils, etc., available at Candyland Crafts
~Angie from chocolate-candy-mall.comUpdate!
Thanks to a generous reader (Rochelle, who left a comment below), we've got the right name for the paper used to wrap fudge and other confectioneries.
It's called Bakery Waxed Tissue Paper
and is available there at Amazon, believe it or not. ;)