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)! 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. See our list of DIY gifts for more homemade gift ideas.
Fudge Recipes for Gift Giving
It’s your favorite holiday drink in fudge form: Eggnog Fudge!
Five ingredients and only 5 minutes to make, this Rocky Road Fudge is total bliss.
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. Seriously.
Fun Fudge Recipes
Cotton Candy Fudge is a big hit with kids, but personally, I love cotton candy flavored things, too. Can’t wait to try this one!
Butterbeer Fudge is the perfect gift for any serious Harry Potter fan.
Orange Creamsicle Fudge 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.
Get the flavor of a birthday cake in bite-sized pieces with yummy Cake Batter Fudge. Don’t forget the sprinkles, of course!
Festive Fudge Recipes
Fall bring pumpkin spice everything! And this White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Fudge will definitely satisfy your pumpkin spice craving.
Nothing says Christmas like peppermint, and this White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge really hits the spot with its minty flavor and cookie crust. Yum!
You only need TWO ingredients to make this super simple Caramel Apple Fudge. What an easy food gift idea for your neighbors!
The secret to this super soft Blueberry & Lemon Fudge is creamed coconut!
German Chocolate Fudge is sinfully chocolatey and delicious. It’s truly a decadent fudge, so a little goes a long way.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge is just as good as eating cookie dough straight from the bowl. It’s a hit with everyone!
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?
This Butter Pecan Fudge is an old-fashioned holiday treat that young and old alike enjoy.
Chocolate Pecan Turtle Fudge contains all your favorite things… chocolate, caramel, and nuts. You really can’t go wrong!
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 great in spring and summer, too!
Nothing goes better together than peanut butter and chocolate, so this Easy Peanut Butter Swirl Chocolate Fudge is a recipe made in heaven.
Take your favorite fudge recipe, add your favorite candy bars, and you have a winner like this Homemade Twix Fudge!
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.
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