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Oh Fudge! 8 Awesome Fudge Recipes


Photo Credit: Susan, DoughMessTic

Fudge has been a part of my Christmas memories for as long as I can remember. My grandma made it and my mom makes it and now I’m making it. To get you in the candy making spirit, we searched the Family Kitchen and blogosphere to find some very traditional fudge recipes as well as a few non-traditional {like the nutella and sea salt chocolate and caramel fudge pictured above}. You can find them all after the jump.

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  • Peppermint Fudge 1 of 8
    Peppermint Fudge

    Festive, fun and perfect for the holidays!
    Get the recipe on Mele Cotte

  • Winter Fresh Fudge 2 of 8
    Winter Fresh Fudge

    Definitely decadent. This fudge has a creamy mint filling & is topped w/chocolate mint frosting.
    Make Winter Fresh Fudge

  • Irresistible Nutella Fudge 3 of 8
    Nutella Fudge

    This fudge has a great combination of texture and flavor.
    Make Nutella Fudge

  • Holly Jolly Fudge 4 of 8
    Holly Jolly Fudge

    Put on a holly jolly Christmas and bake up a batch of the festive fudge.
    Get the recipe on Family Fun

  • Cookie Cutter Fudge 5 of 8
    Cookie Cutter Fudge

    Simply put these into cellophane bags, wrap with a bow and you have the perfect edible gift presentation.
    Get the recipe on Betty Crocker

  • Nutella & Sea Salt Caramel Fudge 6 of 8
    Nutella & Sea Salt Caramel Fudge

    If this doesn't make you want to bake fudge I don't know what will. Swoon.
    Get the recipe on DoughMessTic

  • Spiced Pumpkin Fudge 7 of 8
    Spiced Pumpkin Fudge

    This fudge is perfect for the candy holic on your gift list.
    Get the recipe on Mele Cotte

  • Cookie Dough Fudge 8 of 8
    Cookie Dough Fudge

    Creamy, chocolaty and delicious! This fudge has it all.
    Get the recipe on DoughMessTic

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