As simple and delicious as it is, fudge definitely has a reputation for being ridiculously hard to make. It is often thought of as a treat that can only be picked up at specialty candy stores or made by only the most talented of grandmothers. And while it’s true that the art of fudge-making is pretty precise, it’s a lot easier than you’d think. In many cases, it can even be made using your microwave! Whether they are topped with candy or marbled with goodness, the fudge recipes on this are well worth the effort.
1. Butterfinger Fudge
This simple chocolate fudge is topped with a plethora of crushed Butterfinger candy. It is thick, fudgy, and slightly crunchy at the same time and totally and completely delicious. As a plus, it’s made in only about four different steps.
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2. White Chocolate Cookie Dough Fudge
I’ll admit, this recipe is a little overwhelming.A delicious eggless cookie dough is encased in the middle of this chewy fudge recipe. The combination of cookie dough and white chocolate fudge is almost mind-blowing, which is why it’s too good to pass up.
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3. Coca-Cola Fudge
This delicious fudge is super old-fashioned in the best way possible. It only requires about three ingredients and is the fudge embodiment of a nice summer afternoon.
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4. Red Velvet Swirl Fudge
This red velvet swirled fudge may look decadent and sophisticated but it is actually one of the simplest recipes around. Four ingredients turn some simple chocolate chips and food coloring into a gorgeous dessert that is perfect for the holiday season.
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5. Pumpkin Fudge
Whether you decide to make this pumpkin fudge for your Thanksgiving guests or gobble it all up yourself the night before, it never disappoints. Filled with real pumpkin puree and marshmallows it’s the perfect medley of fall flavors.
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6. Salted Caramel Mocha Fudge
In an interesting twist, this recipe actually relies pretty heavily on a mocha-based coffee creamer. With its delightfully chewy texture and it’s salted caramel topping, this mocha fudge definitely breaks the mold of coffee flavored desserts.
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7. Chocolate Mint Oreo Fudge
The combination of mint and chocolate is always delicious. The cool rush of mint followed by smooth chocolate is enhanced even more with the presence of crunchy Oreo cookies in this recipe. And boy are we thankful for it.
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