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F is for Fantastic Fudge and Fine Recipes from Friends



F is for Fantastic Fudge and Fine Recipes from Friends

Phew! Fudge may be the ultimate sweet tooth fix. What’s more, this fabulously popular dessert is pretty simple to produce in a full array of flavors.

Feel free to sample these super fudge recipes from several web writers and friends:




  • How to Make the World's Easiest, No-bake, No-cook Fudge, by Donald Pennington. Are you looking for the world's easiest fudge recipe? Well, here it is! Whether it's the holidays, or you just have a sweet tooth, this easy, no-bake, no-cook fudge is so easy to make, even I was able to learn how to do it on my very first try.
  • Make Snickers Fudge Bars from Leftover Holiday Candy, by Linda Ann Nickerson. Fudge bars are a holiday favorite and a treasured year-round confectionary. This simple fudge-making recipe is an excellent way to use up leftover candy. Snickers Fudge Bars make a delectable holiday party treat or a great gift.
  • Ma's Fudge - a Slightly-Biased Opinion of the Best Chocolate Fudge, by Marie Anne St. Jean. My mother made the best fudge. No, really, I'm not kidding. I've had fudge from all over the United States and several countries of the world, so I know my fudge.
  • Vanilla Fudge, by Emma Salkill. Don't like chocolate? Or are you allergic to it? Make some vanilla fudge instead, and you can join in on the delicious treats along with everyone else.


If your fudge simply won’t set, no matter what you do, there’s always another option.

Ways to Use Fudge that Didn't Harden, by Crystal Ray. Instead of throwing away a batch of fudge that didn't harden, consider the following ways to use it. You might even like the results better than ever!


Who’s ready for some fantastic homemade fudge?

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Fudge photos by I Believe I Can Fry
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9 comments:

  1. Looks good but fudge leads to the other F word = FAT. :)

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  2. That fudge looks dangerously delicious :)

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  3. I know some real fudge lovers. I'm sharing on facebook. Also, I loved the title.

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  4. All I can say about this post is: DROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLS

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  5. I love fudge! What a treat! Yum!

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  6. What wonderful recipes. Thanks so much for sharing. You should write me a guest post on Fudge :) ?

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  7. Oh yum. As much as I cook and bake, I have NEVER made fudge... Crazy. I shall try this.

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  8. Oh, yum! I was disappointed that this past Christmas, I did't make any fudge! And you know what, I'm not going to wait until Christmas to make it this year! Thanks for the tips. :)

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  9. These look fabulous. Last year I had a huge list of recipes ready to try and I ended up making my Fluff recipe because I tried a few of them and failed. These are great tips!

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