Our 10 Best Christmas Fudge Recipes
Aunt Teen's Creamy Chocolate Fudge
"My mother used to make fudge every Christmas, and although I wanted to carry on that tradition the traditional fudge recipes were all so hard, and never seemed to turn out well. I tried this recipe last year, and not only was it quick and super easy, the fudge tasted spectacular," home cook HEATHERHIPPO writes.
Candy Cane Fudge
"Super easy and delicious! I'm new to making fudge, and this recipe made it seem as though I'd been making it for years. We took it to a Christmas party and received compliments from everyone, including a call two days later," reviewer Michelle Lombardi says.
Grandma's Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge
Chef John's old-fashioned style of peanut butter fudge has a dense texture that dissolves just about dissolves in your mouth.
The Original Fantasy Fudge
"I have used this recipe for years. Believe it or not, I make 30 pounds of fudge each Christmas. Friends and family wait to receive it in the mail," Lori Cuervo says of The Original Fantasy Fudge.
Boardwalk Quality Maple Walnut Fudge
"I have made this the past three Christmases now for goodie bags, and I never want to give any of it away. It's that good," home cook Ruby Nye says.
Double-Decker Marshmallow Fudge
Fluffy homemade marshmallow batter tops creamy, chocolatey fudge in this recipe that would please your coworkers as much as it would your grandkids.
Perfect Cranberry Cashew Fudge
Cashews and dried cranberries add tang and crunch to silky smooth fudge.
World's Best Oreo® Fudge
Home cooks rave about sweet, rich World's Best Oreo® Fudge. "This was absolutely amazing and foolproof," home cook Jayelle says. "I made this for my Christmas cookie tray, but I know my kids will want me to make this year round."
"This recipe is fabulous! I have made it four times already for the holiday season and have gotten lots of compliments," reviewer CAROLANA says. "It tastes as good or better as anything from a fudge shop."
Chocolate Nut Fudge
"I've had this recipe over 50 years, and it is still my favorite," recipe creator Donna Sue says. "It isn't too sweet, and best of all, no cooking! Keeps well when wrapped and placed in refrigerator. I make this for Christmas giving."