The Most Delicious Homemade Fudge Recipes You Can Try This Weekend
Rich and decadent, homemade fudge is the dessert du jour for anyone with a serious sweet tooth. Whether made with chocolate alone or combined with peanut butter or marshmallows, fudge is always a holiday favorite. Made ahead of time and left to chill in the fridge, it makes for an easy-to-serve dessert with minimal cleanup.
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This easy Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Fudge only takes a few ingredients, mimics peanut butter cookie dough, and is low carb, sugar free, and gluten free to boot!
A rich and creamy fudge is something few people can say “No” to. This recipe by Alicia & Nick from A Burst Of Beautiful brings joy and love into our hearts. The finest chocolate combined with peanut butter in perfect dosing makes a fabulous combination.
You’ll spend entire 12 minutes making this delight (xoxo), and depending on your sweet tooth, even less to devour it.
If you have leftover Halloween candy (or just love Reese' peanut butter cups!), you can add some interest to your fudge with this Reese's No Bake Fudge recipe.
It's easy to make with just 3 ingredients.
Just make sure to give yourself enough time for the fudge to chill in the refrigerator before slicing. This fudge will be a family favorite for sure!"
With chocolate fudge, everything is about ease of preparation and enjoyment later. Cocoa goes so well with peanut butter, and there are hundreds of evidence (recipes) across the web.
This one is quite natural, perfectly balanced, and fantastic for both your taste buds and your eyes. The only problem is – how to endure the waiting process in the fridge!
Coconut oil and peanut butter create a melt-in-your mouth texture that rivals any traditional fudge.
Unlike the fudge of your childhood, however, mine is low in sugar and full of healthy fats!
This Cashew and Cranberry Fudge recipe from myfoodbook is a wonderful sweet treat, make even more delicious with the added texture of crunchy nuts and chewy dried cranberries – perfect for bringing along to a morning tea or picnic.
These super easy Skillet Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Tagalong Brownie Sundaes are LOADED with chocolate peanut butter flavor and perfect for easy entertaining.
Something magic happens when pretzels, peanut butter and chocolate is combined. This is bad, but in life sometimes you have to be bad.
Sometimes you have to mix oreos, pretzels, peanut butter, dark chocolate, butter and salt together and bake it. Yeah, I went there.
I love to serve it up at holiday parties, and during the Christmas season, adding a little bit of peppermint essential oil leaves everyone asking for the recipe
How do four ingredients and 10 minutes prep time sounds? This is what Meaghan from Cook. Craft. Love. managed to do. Without a microwave, it is possible to bring back fond memories of your grandma preparing those fudges for holidays.
Also, Meaghan boosted up the fluffiness by adding marshmallow which brings you the closest possible of eating a cloud.
Jenny Melrose has an interesting proposal. Start by preparing the usual brownie mixture, but before they go to the oven add in Peanut Butter Cup Miniatures.
Now, on top of the hot-just-from-the-oven brownies add crushed peanut butter cups. Those will melt and create a unique experience for your sense of taste.
And it will also give you an amazing inspiration on what else you can do with the ordinary brownie mixture.
Easy and indulgent peanut butter fudge is made with only three healthy ingredients without refined sugar. No cooking or fancy gadgets needed!
Maximaze the pleasure by drizzling the fudge with melted dark chocolate and salted peanuts.
How about making a chocolate fudge and topple it with Nutella? Tori from Gringalicious says that it is delicious, and I have to agree with her. Chocolate is everywhere in this recipe, while still remaining to be not too sweet.
This breaks the laws of physics, but they are amazing. Well, I surely hope that my guide helped you to cut the time you are usually spending on preparing food. In case that none of these recipes fit your need, at least I hope that they will manage to spark your interest so that you discover your inner cook master.
As always, I'd love to hear from you, so feel free to leave a comment below. Bon appetit!
These fudge topped brownies are so easy to make plus they're the perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter in a dessert!
If you’ve ever enjoyed a bowl of cookies and cream ice cream, this peanut butter fudge version will make it to your top ten list as well!
Filled with peanut butter fudge and smothered in a chocolate ganache, this cake is incredibly rich, velvety, and delicious.
It’s unbelievable how easy and quick this recipe is. The cooking time is literally 3 minutes, and you just combine the three ingredients into a fudge, use a microwave and a freezer later.
Besides the chocolate foundation, the crunchy topping will add the texture and great sensation. Randa from Bewitchin’ Kitchen loves healthy yet tasty treats, and this is surely one of them.
To be honest, Melissa managed to add another adjective when describing food, and that is sinful. Seriously, this Triple Double Trifle just looks at you and starts whispering decadent things.
I’ve managed to hold for fifteen seconds (unofficial record) before getting into it. You have peanut butter cookies, fudge brownies, pudding mix and lots and lots of butter cups. All of that layered and poured into one glass.
In case that you cannot decide whether you love chocolate or peanut butter, this recipe solves the dilemma. It brings in both!
Although it takes about two hours to prepare, it is worthy. You will have a fudge, an ice cream on top of it, and then another fudge on top of everything.
Did I mention that the ice cream is covered in chocolate? No? Well, it is, and now thanks to Erin from Delightful E Made we know how food heaven looks like.
Probably the best feature of every recipe is that it often brings together the usually incompatible. And this one does it marvelously.
You can put chocolate chips at the bottom, top it with creamy and delicious peanut butter fudge middle and salty pretzels on top.
Although it seems irrational, it is amazing and awesome. In case that you want to try it, no more than 10 minutes is needed, and I’ve got my hands on this recipe thanks to Becky.
The Chopping Block has been teaching people how to cook for the past 20 years. One of our favorite recipes to teach in our cooking classes is our Macadamia Nut Fudge. Even if you aren’t a baker or candy maker, you’ll find this recipe easy to conquer.
Instead of having to use a candy thermometer which not all home cooks have on hand, we use time so you know exactly when to start and stop the cooking process.
From there, it’s simply mixing ingredients and then waiting long enough for the fudge to chill, which is definitely the hardest part! We typically think of making fudge around the holidays, but this tasty fudge couldn't be easier to make so don't wait until the holidays to whip up a batch!
I don’t think that there is a man on this planet who doesn’t love Oreos. So, how can you improve perfection?
You can’t, but you can pair it with another perfection, such as peanut butter, and sink them into soft and creamy chocolate fudge.
Although the preparation time is around two hours and 10 minutes, these two hours’ time is spent on cooling, so this is another fast and brilliant recipe.
If you’re looking for a sure-to-please dessert that you can prepare ahead of time, look no further than our gathering of recipes for fudge. Peanut butter makes for particularly rich and decadent fudge, but you can also opt for adding a crunch from whole nuts, or gooey sweetness from marshmallows.