This quick chocolate-raspberry fudge is made in the freezer, is 5 ingredients and just so happens to be dairy-free. Super rich, it’s the perfect sweet for your Valentine.
We love fudge and we want our stockings filled to the brim this year! Check out these 10 delicious fudge recipes to sneak into cookie exchanges and fill the holiday dessert tables with.
This easy chocolate mint fudge is made with only five ingredients and takes five minutes to make. Let it sit for an hour and then you are set to enjoy a delicious treat.
The perfect Valentine’s Day (or any day) treat of a rich, chocolate-loaded red velvet brownie fudge cake topped with white chocolate cream cheese frosting.
While normally peanut butter and butterscotch are fast flavor friends, this nut-free sunflower butterscotch fudge is made quite delicious and allergy-friendly with sunflower butter.
This Lemon Meringue Pie Fudge is ridiculously light and creamy and packed with lemon flavour and meringue pieces atop a shortbread base; it’s definitely the most addictive Spring treat you’ll make!
This rich, chocolate fudge cake will hit the spot with its gooey texture and deep chocolate flavor.
A classic vanilla and chocolate marble cake is stacked and frosted in a silky fudge frosting that will have you licking the bowl clean.
Salted dark chocolate fudge with macadamia nuts is a rich combo, not too sweet. Make in minutes with only 5 ingredients, and satisfies chocolate cravings.
A chewy peda sweet is similar to fudge, but made with a cooked dough spiced with cardamom and saffron and topped with dried fruits or nuts.
Creamy, rich dark chocolate fudge is easy to make and perfect with a sprinkle of sea salt on top.
The classic turtle candy turns into rich chocolate fudge with gooey caramel and crunchy pecans for a dessert that can’t be refused.
For a cool, smooth fudge that is perfect for summertime, recreate this matcha and mint fudge delight with just five ingredients that are all superfoods, too.
Mexican Hot Chocolate Double Fudge Brownies are rich, fudge-y, have a spicy kick, and an interesting secret ingredient.
A sweet and tangy fudge with a fresh hint of rosemary to beautifully complement the orange flavors.
Velvety smooth dark chocolate with crunchy toffee bits and sea salt. It comes together in minutes with only five ingredients and is guaranteed to be a hit.
These fudge square are filled with delicious surprises like dried cherries and puffed rice cereal for a crispy, fun crunch.
Because sometimes you need a little bit of fudge-y goodness. And these are definitely fudge-y.
Fudge cake and frosting with hazelnuts and rum make this rich dessert heavenly on the tongue.
Grab a fudge-y brownie and top it with dollops of luscious chocolate ganache. Be careful, this dark, rich chunk of deliciousness can become an addition.
The chocolate and espresso flavors from the stout beer pair perfectly with decadent chocolate cake and fudge frosting.
What’s better than a slice of this chewy, chocolate tart? We aren’t sure, but we do know the walnuts add some crunch to make this dessert sinfully rich.
This vegan fudge is made with coconut dulce de leche, cocoa, raspberries, walnuts and rum making them simply irresistible.
Smooth, decadent, and seductive dark chocolate almond cake.
This candy is dairy-free, sugar-free and vegan but still rich and full of decadent flavors.
Because it’s Autumn, everything is better with apples – even super fudgy and moist brownies.
The key to fudge is patience: letting the mixture boil to the right temperature without stirring and waiting for it to cool over the course of hours.
This is a basic recipe for the popular Bengalese sweet made from sweetened cottage cheese.
This super-sweet confection is almost a cross between fudge and bark, with a texture on the pumpkin layer that remains slightly chewy.
Yep, split pea. It makes a great protein-rich treat that’s a great dessert or after school snack.
In this decadent rendition of one of summer’s favorite treats, fudge is dipped in marshmallow creme and rolled in crushed graham crackers.
Try these awesome chocolate banana fudge muffins from Kim Hamill.
This fudgey tart is gluten free, dairy free, high in fibre and good fats, clean and nearly raw, and not to mention incredibly decadent.
This is much healthier than traditional sugar-laden fudge; it sweet, full of heart-healthy fats and antioxidants, and still super satisfying
Super fast and super tasty, this recipe will surely satisfy your sweet-tooth.
Here’s how you make this sinfully delicious peanut butter fudge.
With a spike of flaky salt crystals, the sugary fudge hit is made much more rewarding.
Eleanor Jones serves up a sweet and sugary treat loaded with crunchy pecans.
A traditional Indian sweet prepared with Semolina flour and roasted Cashews, Kesari is a kind of fudge which is popular in many festivals and functions across India.
Choco-Vanilla Ice-Cream Cake with raisins soaked in rum and a drizzle of Baileys’ Irish Cream.
A delicious creamy fudge made with milk and sugar.
Nandita Nataraj overcomes her fear of fudge with this lovely recipe that turns out both moist and chewy.