10 Fabulous Fudge Recipes to Make, Easy Candy Recipes

Fudge so creamy and smooth and delicious. It looks like it would be so hard to make. But it really isn’t. Impress your family and friends by making them homemade fudge with one of these easy fudge recipes.

6 of the 10 fudge recipes

If you are a beginner at making fudge try the layered mint fudge, the 4 ingredient chocolate fudge, or one of the frosting fudge recipes first. They are all simple and so easy to make.

Then work on up to the classic fudge recipes, of chocolate, peanut butter, or vanilla mint. They aren’t hard to make but you do need a candy thermometer. 

10 Fabulous Fudge Recipes

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1. Layer Mint Fudge

Make a delicious fudge that tastes just like Andes thin mints. This fudge is easy to make and so creamy and delicious. If you know someone who loves Andes mints they’ll love this recipe too. 

Chocolate Mint Fudge
This creamy fudge recipe is a layer of chocolate an middle layer of refreshing mint and another layer of chocolate. So creamy it melts in your mouth. If you love Andes Mints you'll love this fudge.
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This fudge is a favorite of mine it tastes just like an Andes mint candy but in the form of fudge, so very good. This fudge recipe is easy to make too. Most of the time spent on this recipe is cooling time the hands on time is quick. I love to make this candy recipe to share with my family and neighbors at Christmas. It’s always on my candy and cookie plates.

2. Key Lime Fudge

This fudge recipe is sweet and refreshing. With the addition of lime and lime zest to a classic vanilla fudge. It’s so yummy. 

Key Lime Fudge
This citrus fudge has a hint of vanilla and a strong lime flavor too. The perfect fudge recipe for those who love lime.
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key limes with fudge next to them.

3. Rocky Road Fudge

Rocky road fudge is a combination of creamy chocolate fudge with peanuts and marshmallows. It’s a pillowy bite of deliciousness. 

Rocky Road Fudge
A delicious chocolate fudge with peanuts and marshmallows. And it's a simple and easy candy recipe to make too.
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I’ve been making this recipe for Rocky Road fudge for years and it always turns out great. It only takes 6 ingredients and about 10 minutes to make from start to finish. It’s also so easy to a make in the microwave that the kids can help with making this fudge. I always include it on my Christmas cookie and candy plate each year. Great to take to holiday parties too.

4. Vanilla Mint Fudge

Sweet and minty is how I describe this yummy fudge. You can sprinkle the mint candy on top or mix it into the fudge it’s your choice. And if mint isn’t your thing, skip the mint candy and stir in some chopped walnuts or pecans instead. 

Vanilla Mint Fudge
A creamy vanilla fudge with a topping of peppermint candy. It's adds a nice crunch to this melt in your mouth fudge recipe.
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Peppermint candy fudge recipe

5. Chocolate Fudge

This classic fudge recipe is one I started helping my grandma make oh so many years ago. But it’s still one of my absolute favorites. It’s so good with chopped almonds mixed in. 

Chocolate Fudge
A delicious classic fudge recipe that is chocolate through and through. Add a little crunch by adding nuts.
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This fudge is melt in your mouth good. So yummy and makes a great gift too.

6. Peanut Butter Fudge

This is truly a peanut butter fudge recipe, no chocolate at all. I used to sneak small pieces of this fudge at my great grandma’s house because I loved it so much. I know you’ll love it too.

Peanut Butter Fudge
A creamy and delicious fudge for those who don't like chocolate. So good. This is the perfect fudge for people who don't like chocolate.
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Oh my this peanut butter fudge is so creamy and delicious. I’ve made quite a few batches of it over the years and it always turns out so yummy. I include this peanut butter fudge recipe in all of my Christmas cookie and candy plates. Everyone always loves it.

7. Strawberry Almond Fudge

A super easy frosting fudge made with strawberries, almonds, and chocolate chips too. So creamy you won’t believe it a frosting fudge. 

Strawberry Almond Chocolate Chip Fudge
An easy frosting fudge that has a delicious strawbery flavor with almonds and chocolate chips.
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8. Butterscotch Fudge

Another frosting fudge that everyone raves about. It’s creamy, delicious, and oh so buttery smooth too. 

Butterscotch Fudge
A super easy 2 ingredient fudge that taste so good. And is creamy and delicious.
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The kids and I make this fudge each year for our Christmas candy plates. It’s so easy to make using only two ingredients and only takes 5 minutes to make. But it tastes so good. Impress your friends by making this delicious butterscotch fudge for them.

9. Cherry Pistachio Fudge

Who wouldn’t love a fudge with cherries and pistachios in it? It’s an explosion of delicious flavors engulfed in creamy vanilla fudge. 

Cherry Pistachio Fudge
An easy fudge recipe that only takes 5 ingredients and a few minutes to prepare. 
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Yummy Cherry Fudge with Pistachios

10. Easy 4 Ingredient Chocolate Fudge

If making fudge seems too hard, try this easy microwavable fudge. If you can run a microwave, you can make this super easy and tasty fudge. Only 4 ingredients are needed too. Simple and Yummy.

Easy Fudge
A creamy chocolate fudge you can make with only 4 ingredients.
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We love this quick and easy no bake chocolate fudge recipe. Make a batch and give it as a Christmas gift or enjoy it yourself. This 4 ingredient fudge turns our smooth and creamy it just melts in your mouth.

I hope you and your family enjoy theses yummy fudge recipes. And be sure to check out the other candy recipes here too.

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