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Oh Fudge! {Over 100 Fudge Recipes}

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If you love fudge, you’ll love this round up of over 100 fudge recipes!

Oh Fudge! Over 100 Fudge Recipes at crazyforcrust.com

 

I love fudge, especially at Christmas. It’s one of my favorite treats to make and give. Time to get your pinning finger ready – here are over 100 fudge recipes for you to choose from!

What will you make first??

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37 comments

  1. Holy FUDGE! I can’t stop drooling over here….somebody get me a glass of milk! Thanks for including me in the round-up 🙂

  2. OH MY. Looooooove fudge!! Such an awesome round up! Thanks for including me Carrie & Dorothy!

  3. I must make that Amaretto Fudge for Christmas. – it looks and sounds delicious!

  4. Ohhhh what a *SWEET* Round-Up Carrie! LOVING IT!!!! ‘Tis the season of fudge!

  5. Wowed! Awesome collection! Thanks so much! I always make fudge for the Holidays and now I can switch it up!♥

  6. oh this post is definitely a keeper!!! THAK YOU! 🙂

  7. These all look sooo yummy! Thank you for sharing my funfetti fudge!

    p.s. I started using Lightroom…LOVE it!! Thank you for telling me about it, it’s great!! 🙂

    Marti

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  9. Thanks Dorothy and Carrie – What a great round-up of fudge… I could definitely use some tips on making it – I’ll be checking the recipes.

  10. Thanks for including my White Chocolate Peanut, Pretzel, & Chocolate Chip Fudge! I made that 2 Xmas’es ago…wow, time flies!

    I just saw the Neapolitan Fudge from Inside BruCrew Life and thought of our trip to Duncan Hines and that I had like 5 pieces of that stuff. Amazing.

    Pinned!

  11. Can anybody help me? How much does 1 cup of chocolate chips weigh?
    Happy holidays from Italy!

    • I have to break out my scale, but 1 cup is the equivalent of 8 ounces or half a pound, does that help?

      • Thanks, but I don’t think that 1 cup of chocolate chips weighs 8 oz, maybe a little less… It would be great to have cups and grams (or ounces) measures for the ingredients. Anyway, I will definitely try your Amaretto fudge for Christmas. Thanks for your recipes.

  12. I totally have the itch to make more fudge! Love the roundup and thanks for including me!

  13. Wow! I love fudge and I think I’m in fudge heaven right now 🙂 Thanks for sharing all these great recipes 🙂

  14. Oh my goodness, what a round-up! Fudge makes the best holiday presents for gifting near and far. It ships well (assuming you live where its cold in December) and stays delicious for a long time. These are some of the prettiest bites of deliciousness I have seen!

  15. Disappointed there wasn’t a every day, run of the mill chocolate fudge recipe that uses cocoa powder. I don’t want marshmallow fudge.

  16. My list for Christmas candy just keeps getting longer and longer! Thanks for including a few of mine!

  17. Loving this round up! I just had a reader ask me about fudge recipes and I gave her this link. It has so many great fudge options! Now I’m in the mood to make some fudge. 🙂

  18. I am interesting in trying the red velvet cake batter fudge and the pecan pie fudge.

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  22. Love me some fudge. My favorite recipe is the old classic that used to be on the back of the can of Hershey’s cocoa. Cooked on the stove with cocoa. No microwave or chocolate chips involved. You need to add that recipe Dorothy. If it’s there, my bad but I didn’t see it. It is not “easy” but also not hard. And it is work every minute of work and practice! I am going to try your peanut butter fudge, but admit that I’ve never had luck with PB fudge in the past.

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