Use this huge variety of fudge recipes to find just the right variety to make for your next handmade food gift.

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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. And did I mention, that fudge is super quick and easy? And can even be made using just 2 ingredients as I’ll reveal to you later on. 

But, if you’re a little bored with the same old fudge recipes you’ve been using for years, take these best fudge recipes out for a spin for great results! From smooth and chocolatey to chunky, fruity, or rocky road fudge, you’ll find something to suit every palate.

See our list of DIY gifts for more homemade gift ideas.

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Fudge Recipes For Gift Giving

The versatility of fudge recipes makes them 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.

1. Delicious Samoa Delights

Semi-sweet chocolate chips and caramel bits are mixed together and topped with toasted coconut for an out-of-this-world Samoa Fudge dessert. That has only five ingredients, is amazingly easy to make, and tastes incredibly delicious!  Get more Samoa-inspired recipes!

Samoa Fudge Gift Recipe

22. Super Easy 3 Min Chocolate Fudge

Here’s an extra recipe for those of you who want a sugar hit and chocolate hit fast! Who knew that you could rustle up a tray of fudge in 3 minutes and using just 3 ingredients? Well, you can with the 3 Minute Fudge.

Fantastic results in minutes. Great for last-minute homemade presents. All you need is:

  • condensed milk
  • your favorite chocolate chips (I like super-rich bittersweet chocolate chips) 
  • some vanilla extract (or swap out the vanilla for a flavoring of your choice. Almond, orange, or mint would work well)

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  1. I keep going back up and only see 2 recipes, I realize it’s late in the day but where am I missing recipes #2-#21?