Use this huge variety of fudge recipes to find just the right variety to make for your next food gift.
If you have a sweet tooth like me, you know that fudge is a fabulous gift to give at Christmastime (and even better to receive)!
I love giving tins of cookies, bark candy, and fudge to friends and neighbors around the holidays. And while this idea makes an excellent holiday gift, fudge is special in that you can easily gift it any time of the year.
But, if you’re a little bored with the same old fudge recipe you’ve been using for years, take these fudge recipes out for a spin! From smooth and chocolatey to chunky or fruity, you’ll find something to suit every palate.
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Fudge Recipes For Gift Giving
The versatility of fudge recipes make it ideal to make and give as food gifts. In addition, since you can make many varieties quickly and easily, you can create a flavor (or two!) and gift them any time of the year.
Chocolate chips and caramel bits are mixed together and topped with toasted coconut for an out-of-this-world Samoa Fudge. Get more Samoa-inspired recipes!
The Flavors Of The Holiday Season
It’s your favorite holiday drink in fudge form. Does it get any better than that? I don’t think so!
Cookies and Cream Delight
A simple Oreo fudge recipe that’s so dreamy and creamy that no one can resist it. It’s a perfect no-bake recipe for any time of the year and makes a terrific DIY gift idea!
Easy Turtle Cheesecake Fudge
I’m telling y’all… this Turtle Cheesecake Fudge is heaven on earth. Make sure you give it as a gift because you will not. stop. eating. it.
Cotton Candy, Please
Here’s a recipe for fudge that’s a big hit with kids. And since I love cotton candy-flavored things, too, I can’t wait to try this one!
Calling all Harry Potter fans! If you like the sweet, creamy, butterscotch flavor of butterbeer you will love this fudge! It’s the perfect gift for any serious Harry Potter fan – or anyone who loves butterscotch.
Orange Swirl Fudge
This fudge recipe is a family favorite! My sister-in-law makes a variation of this every Christmas, and I can assure you, there’s none left when she leaves.
Nothing Is Better Than Cake Batter
Get the flavor of a birthday cake in bite-sized pieces with yummy Cake Batter Fudge. Don’t forget the sprinkles, of course!
White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Fudge Recipe
Fall brings pumpkin spice everything! And this White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Fudge will definitely satisfy your pumpkin spice craving.
Made with real pumpkin, a graham cracker crust, and is topped with a white chocolate drizzle – perfection!
White Chocolate & Peppermint
Nothing says Christmas like peppermint, and this White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge really hits the spot with its minty flavor and cookie crust. Yum. Plus, it’s super easy to make – just as fudge should be!
Two-Ingredient Caramel Apple Fudge
You only need TWO ingredients to make this super simple Caramel Apple Fudge recipe. What a quick and easy food gift idea for your neighbors!
Make Your Tastebuds Dance With Blueberry and Lemon
This recipe is amazing. Blueberries and lemon were just meant to go together, right? The secret to this super soft Blueberry & Lemon Fudge is creamed coconut!
Gooey Coconut Pecan Perfection
German Chocolate Fudge is sinfully chocolatey and delicious. It’s truly a decadent fudge, so a little goes a long way. This is a crowd-pleaser.
Cookie Dough for the Win!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge is just as good as eating cookie dough straight from the bowl. It’s a hit with everyone, and this is one fudge that is meant to be eaten all year long!
A Different Take on Cookie Dough Fudge
Here’s a different way to make cookie dough fudge – with chunks of cookie dough all throughout! Santa would love a belly full of this Milk and Cookies Fudge. Why not put out a plate of these for him on Christmas Eve?
Old-Fashioned Candy Fudge Recipe
This Butter Pecan Fudge is an old-fashioned holiday treat that young and old alike enjoy. This fudge recipe gives you a taste of making fudge candy without the marshmallow fluff.
Chocolate Turtle Candy
Chocolate Pecan Turtle Fudge contains all your favorite things… chocolate, caramel, and nuts. It’s like eating those pecan turtles in fudge form. You really can’t go wrong!
Bright Lemon Sweet Spot
Lemon Fudge is another 2-ingredient fudge recipe that you have to add to your holiday candy making list. But don’t just make it around the holidays… It’s perfect in spring and summer, too!
A Match Made in Heaven: Peanut Butter and Chocolate
Nothing goes better together than peanut butter and chocolate, so this easy Peanut Butter Swirl Chocolate Fudge is a recipe made in heaven.
Mix Candy Into Your Fudge Recipes
Take your favorite fudge recipe, add your favorite candy bars, and you have a winner like this Homemade Twix Fudge (Twix just might be my favorite candy!).
Have you noticed a caramel theme in a lot of these? Caramel is just… perfection. And Jersey Caramel Fudge packs a lot of caramel into each chewy bite.
Fudge Recipes: Final Thoughts
That was an impressive list of delicious fudge recipes, right? No matter what flavors you enjoy, you’re sure to find something you love (or love to give as gifts) here.
Plus, fudge makes a delightful food gift for birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions!
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