Food

21 Kinds Of Fudge To Make For Someone You Love

All I want for Christmas is fudge.

1. White Chocolate Cookie Dough Fudge

The chocolate chip cookie dough doesn’t have any egg in it, so you don’t have to worry about eating it by the spoonful. Recipe here.

2. Almond Joy Fudge

A layer of chocolate candy on top of a layer of coconut on top of a layer of fudge. Recipe here.

3. Easy Salted Caramel Fudge

Rich chocolate fudge with a decadent chocolate swirl. Recipe here.

4. Buckeye Fudge

Chocolate + peanut butter forever. Recipe here.

5. World’s Smoothest Chocolate Fudge

May your days be merry and bright and full of chocolate fudge. Recipe here.

6. Salted Dark Chocolate Toffee Fudge

The smooth dark chocolate fudge and crunchy toffee bits make for a winning combination. Recipe here.

7. Maple Walnut Fudge

Maple syrup is one of Buddy the Elf’s four main food groups, and you’ll definitely want to use the real stuff if you make this one. Recipe here.

8. Candy Cane Chocolate Swirl Fudge

Like peppermint bark in fudge form. Recipe here.

9. Cookies and Cream Fudge

If you’re planning on leaving Santa a plate of cookies, he’d probably like some cookies in fudge form, too. Recipe here.

10. Peppermint Chocolate Fudge

The secret ingredient in this beautiful, swirly fudge is peppermint chocolate truffle coffee creamer. Recipe here.

11. Eggnog Fudge

This recipe calls for eggnog, nutmeg, white chocolate, and of course, marshmallow creme. Recipe here.

12. Coconut White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Fudge

A little taste of the islands for those cold winter nights. Recipe here.

13. Peanut Butter Nutella Swirled Fudge

The only thing better than peanut butter and chocolate is peanut butter and Nutella. Recipe here.

14. Easy Mocha Fudge

Caffeinated fudge. Recipe here.

15. Pecan Buttermilk Fudge

This fudge is full of toasted pecans and a touch of honey. Recipe here.

16. Penuche Fudge

Penuche is a brown sugar fudge with a rich, caramel flavor. Recipe here.

17. Spicy Mexican Chocolate Fudge

A little cinnamon and cayenne pepper to warm you up. Recipe here.

18. White Chocolate Cranberry Pecan Fudge

White chocolate and cranberry is a classic Christmas combination. You could substitute the pecans for pistachios too! Recipe here.

19. Sea Salt and Nutella Fudge

If you’re not feeling the sea salt, leave it off. Nutella fudge is still a total win. Recipe here.

20. Peanut Butter Fudge

This peanut butter fudge has four ingredients and they’re probably all already in your pantry. Recipe here.

21. Simple Chocolate Fudge

It’s not Christmas without a tin of classic chocolate fudge, nuts or not. Recipe here.

Want more amazing recipes? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Food newsletter and you’ll get them in your inbox twice a week!



View this embed ›

Check out more articles on BuzzFeed.com!

 
  Your Reaction?
  REACT WITH GIF
 

    Starting soon, you'll only be able to post a comment on BuzzFeed using a Facebook account or via our app. If you have questions or thoughts, email us here.

    Contributions

    Now Buzzing