20 Best Fudge Recipes – Easy Homemade Fudge – The Pioneer Woman

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This old-fashioned candy is made in so many ways—try them all!
There’s something about homemade fudge that feels like a special occasion treat. But, why? It often uses ingredients you already have on hand, it’s a no-bake dessert, and there are even ways to make it right in your microwave. That’s why we’re making the case for homemade fudge year-round. Sure, it’s the perfect homemade food gift for Christmastime, but it can also make a delicious after-school snack or post-dinner treat. Here, you’ll find 20 scrumptious (and easy) fudge recipes to make for any occasion.
Of course, we’ve included plenty of Christmas treat recipes, like peppermint fudge, gingerbread fudge, and a swirled red and green fudge that your kids will gobble right up. But there are other flavors worth mentioning, too. For instance, there’s a peanut butter fudge, a white chocolate cranberry pistachio fudge, and a pretzel fudge that’s loaded with salty-sweet flavor. If you love caramel recipes, the caramel pecan turtle fudge is right for you! If you’re a fan of cookies and cream, you have to check out the Oreo fudge that not only has the cookies mixed in but is also finished with an entire Oreo on top! Whatever flavor you’re in the mood for, there’s a fudge recipe on this list that’s right for you.
You only need 10 minutes and a microwave to make this seasonal fudge. But the flavor of the dried apples, dulce de leche, and white chocolate chips will really shine through.
Get the Quick Caramel Apple Fudge recipe.
Gift this fudge to the peanut butter lovers in your life. They’ll be so impressed by the homemade treat.
Get the Peanut Butter Fudge recipe.
This three-ingredient fudge couldn’t be easier to make at home. As Ree Drummond says, “It’s pretty much just melt, stir, spread, and cool.”
Get Ree’s Peppermint Fudge recipe.
This fudge is like an explosion of cookies and cream flavor. Each piece is even topped with an individual Oreo cookie.
Get the Oreo Fudge recipe at A Cookie Named Desire.
Swirls of red and green make this marbled fudge perfect for Christmas, but you can switch up the colors for other occasions, too. (Your favorite football team colors, perhaps?)
Get the Christmas Fudge recipe at Spaceships and Laser Beams.
Ooey-gooey caramel layered between rich, decadent chocolate and sprinkled with chopped pecans—this fudge is a candy lover’s dream come true!
Get the Caramel Pecan Turtle Fudge recipe at Dash of Sanity.
Impress your holiday guests with this homemade fudge inspired by French silk pie. It’s even cut into pie-like pieces!
Get the French Silk Pie Fudge recipe at The Cookie Rookie.
Anyone who’s a fan of sweet and salty desserts will love this crunchy pretzel fudge. The hardest part about the recipe is waiting for it to cool!
Get the Pretzel Fudge recipe at Simply Lakita.
The combination of white chocolate, butter, and sweetened condensed milk makes this fudge recipe extra creamy. Plus, it’s flavored with vanilla extract and nutty walnuts for a welcome crunch.
Get the Vanilla Walnut Fudge recipe at Barefeet in the Kitchen.
What’s the key to this easy fudge? A jar of marshmallow crème! It’s the creamiest candy you’ll ever make.
Get the Fantasy Fudge recipe at Recipe Girl.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without some kind of gingerbread dessert. This twist on gingerbread has all the same warm spices and sweet molasses flavor without needing to turn on your oven!
Get the Gingerbread Swirl Fudge recipe at Sally’s Baking Addiction.
Looking for a holiday gift that tastes delicious, too? This fudge is made with actual packets of hot chocolate mix and mini marshmallows. Plus, you can add crushed peppermints for even more holiday flavor.
Get the Hot Chocolate Fudge recipe at Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt.
This is one of the few recipes on the list that requires baking, but it’s totally worth it! The combination of cinnamon oatmeal cookies and rich chocolate fudge is a match made in heaven.
Get the Oatmeal Fudge Bars recipe at Just So Tasty.
Sprinkles make everything more festive! Add a mix of colorful sprinkles to this cake batter flavored fudge for the ultimate party treat.
Get the Cake Batter Fudge recipe at Sugar Spun Run.
These fudge balls are a fun twist on the classic treat. Plus, they look so pretty when covered in toasted coconut flakes.
Get the Coconut Fudge recipe at Pies and Tacos.

Chopped pistachios and dried cranberries give this fudge its holiday flavor (and color) while still being elegant enough for gifting. Your friends and family will love it!
Get the White Chocolate Cranberry Pistachio Fudge recipe at Real Housemoms.
You don’t even need a candy thermometer to make this three-ingredient treat. Even the caramel layer is made in the microwave!
Get the Microwave Fudge recipe at I Heart Naptime.
To make a simple chocolate fudge even more special, try topping it with your favorite caramel popcorn! It’s a fun nostalgic treat.
Get the Chocolate Caramel Fudge with Cracker Jack Popcorn recipe at A Cookie Named Desire.
The buttery flavor and crunchy nuts make this a stand-out treat for the holidays or any time of year! Add some extra chopped pecans on top for garnish.
Get the Butter Pecan Fudge recipe at Lil Luna.
Calling all coffee lovers! These layers of coffee fudge look just like a cappuccino. And the chocolate covered coffee bean is the finishing touch.
Get the Cappuccino Fudge recipe at Inside Bru Crew Life.


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