Fudge

Creamy, semisoft fudge is an easy candy recipe to make at home. We'll show you how to create no-fail homemade fudge for any occasion using our simple, step-by-step instructions. We provide invaluable tips and tricks, such as how to shape foil around the pan for easy removal, the importance of stirring with a wooden spoon, and just how long to beat your fudge. We even take the guesswork out of using a candy thermometer. You'll find some of our favorite recipes, such as Latte Fudge, which pairs chocolate and espresso, and Caramel-Pecan Fudge, which is a rich, buttery concoction. You can also branch out to one of our personal favorites, Candied Cherry Opera Fudge. When you are in the mood for a taste of yesterday, try our Old-Time Fudge. Select your favorites to make for friends and family as an everyday treat or on special occasions. It also makes a great gift to wrap and give during the holidays.

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Candy Cane Swirl Fudge
It only takes 15 minutes to prep this festive holiday fudge recipe. Use gel food coloring instead of liquid food coloring for the most vibrant color.
Microwave Pumpkin Fudge
Pumpkin in candy? Yes, please! This no-bake pumpkin fudge is a fast and easy way to get your sweet tooth fix.
Gingersnap-Blondie Brookies
These cookie bars feature a light blondie layer on bottom and a molasses-colored cookie layer on top. Every bite will have the perfect amount of crispiness and chewiness.
Hazelnut Haystacks
Turn your favorite chocolate-hazelnut spread into a delicious treat. These slow cooker candies come together with minimal hands-on time for a delicious, crunchy sweet that's perfect for the holidays.
Fruitcake Bars
Transform traditional fruitcake into smaller bars for finger food at your next gathering. The generous dose of rum (or brandy, if you prefer) will help put everyone in the holiday spirit.
Peppermint-Chocolate Brookies
Rating: Unrated 1
If you haven't yet heard of brookies, prepare to meet your new favorite dessert mash-up. Part brownie, part cookie, all irresistible and mouthwatering.
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Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge
There's no need to go through the complicated candy-making process to enjoy homemade fudge anymore! This fudge recipe uses just a can of peanut butter and a can of frosting to make a fudge-like treat in a snap.
PB&M Fudge
Rating: Unrated 1
Fluffernutter fans, this is your dream fudge recipe! It's got the peanut butter and marshmallow combo you adore with the addition of some sweetened condensed milk and white baking chocolate for a bit more decadence.
Leprechaun Bark

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this fun Leprechaun bark dessert recipe. Mini Leprechaun hats make the cutest topper we've ever seen.