Five Delicious and Easy Fudge Recipes

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Here are five delicious and easy fudge recipes to share with you.  They’re my favorites!

#1: Rocky Road Fudge: This is a creamy chocolate fudge with peanuts and marshmallows tucked inside. I love the texture of Rocky Road Fudge. You get a little crunch from the peanuts and then soft, sweet bites of (real) marshmallow too. This fudge is my kiddo’s favorite.  It also happens to be naturally gluten-free, as long as you’re careful with which brands you buy.

rocky road fudge

#2: Cinnamon Fudge: If you’re lucky enough to be able to find Cinnamon Chips in your local market, then you must try making Cinnamon Fudge. The cinnamon chips are made by Hersheys (and King Arthur Flour online sells them too). I love the flavor of this fudge, but then again I love those cinnamon chips too! This fudge is my favorite.

cinnamon fudge

#3: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge: Anything chocolate + peanut butter is a big win in my book. These two flavors –giant ribbons of peanut butter and chocolate sitting side-by-side are a great pairing to make Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge.

chocolate peanut butter fudge

#4: Eggnog Fudge: If you’re crazy about eggnog then you’ll likely enjoy this fudge too. It’s creamy and delicious and has a dusting of freshly grated nutmeg on top. Eggnog Fudge is perfect for the holidays.

eggnog fudge

#5: Mint Truffle Fudge: If you’ve been lucky enough to discover those Mint Truffle Hersheys Kisses, that’s what I incorporated into this fudge to make it so delicious and festive. You can also use the equally-addicting Andes Mints for this Mint Truffle Fudge… my husband’s favorite.

mint truffle fudge
All fudge recipes mentioned in this post can be found by clicking on the recipe titles above! 🙂

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  • Kim wrote:

    Wow, that fudge looks delicious!

  • Simply Life wrote:

    OH my, those all look INCREDIBLE!

  • Chris@CooktheStory wrote:

    Simple but spectacular! They all sound delicious and look dazzling. I’m on my way to the grocery store RIGHT NOW to look for cinnamon chips. If they don’t have any, I might cry right there in the aisle!

  • Mark wrote:

    Oh Boy! I was just looking for one fudge recipe. Now I think I might need to make five batches! Well, four batches at least. I’ve never seen or heard of cinnamon chips here in Canada. I’d really like to try that recipe though.

    Thanks!

  • Medeja wrote:

    Oh they all look so gorgeous.. 🙂 want them all

  • Amy @ Serve At Once wrote:

    CINNAMON fudge?!

    *swoon*

    Good gracious, woman, what do you have against my thighs?!

  • Barbara wrote:

    I’m through candy making for the season, but you sure are tempting me! But I’ll be good and just copy the URL…..

  • Alison @ Ingredients wrote:

    Wow! Love this post! Great fudge diversity!

  • Beth wrote:

    These all look amazing!

  • Amanda wrote:

    Thanks for sharing these Lori. Everyone’s been sick so I haven’t done any baking for fear of passing it on. I am having withdrawals!!

  • VeggieGirl wrote:

    I would like one of each, please!! 😀

  • Ana M. wrote:

    I must try these!

  • Nancy wrote:

    I am going to have to try the mint fudge. That looks yummy!

  • RecipeGirl’s Mom wrote:

    The fudge extravaganza is awesome. My mouth is watering for a taste of the eggnog fudge!

  • Ashley wrote:

    I am so intimidated by fudge!! I think I will tackle a fudge recipe over the Christmas holiday break

  • Michelle wrote:

    I’m gonna have to give that cinnamon fudge a try. Sounds delicious!

  • Cheryl wrote:

    the people in your life are very lucky to get these tins!!

  • Heather wrote:

    rocky road and peanut butter chocolate for me please 🙂

  • Lauren wrote:

    Fudge galore! All equally delectable, I’m sure :).

  • Lauren at KeepItSwee wrote:

    the cinnamon and chocolate peanut butter fudge both look amazing!

    • Lauren at KeepItSwee wrote:

      @Lauren at KeepItSwee, by the way – are you still able to find cinnamon chips? i haven’t seen them in forever

    • Lori Lange wrote:

      @Lauren at KeepItSwee, Yes! They have them at my grocery store (Hersheys), which is Albertsons.