Bring in the holiday cheer with these easy to make fudge recipes. Perfect gifts for neighbors, friends and family! Enjoy these 73 fantastic fudge recipes!

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1. S’mores Fudge

I know some fudge recipes can be a little time consuming, but this one is easy.  You’ll combine one can of sweetened condensed milk, 3 cups of chocolate chips, and a couple tablespoons of butter in a saucepan until they’re melted and smooth.  Then you’ll add in your graham cracker pieces and the mini marshmallows and stir to combine.

From: LiveWellBakeOften

2. Oreo Fudge

Easy Oreo Microwave Fudge takes 10 minutes to prep and tastes unbelievable! Perfect for those chocolate cravings or as a homemade holiday gift idea.

From: WonkyWonderful

3. 15 Minute Butter Pecan Fudge

Give this Butter Pecan Fudge as a gift and people will rave about it! This fudge is so creamy and buttery and the toasted pecans add great texture. Best of all, you can make this fudge recipe in just 15 minutes!

From: FoodFolksAndFun

4. Peppermint Oreo Fudge

Three ingredient Peppermint Oreo Fudge has white chocolate chips, peppermint frosting and peppermint Oreos. This Christmas dessert recipe is easy to make.

From: TheGunnySack

5. Chocolate Cherry Pistachio Rocky Road Fudge

It’s incredibly smooth, rich and chocolatey, bursting with lots of fluffy marshmallows, roasted and salted pistachios and tart plump dried cherries!

From: TheBakingChocolaTess

6. Healthy Paleo Fudge

This no bake healthy paleo fudge is rich, chocolatey, and so satisfying you’ll never eat too much of it. Just a few ingredients, and no added sugars!

From: GlutenFreeOnAShoeString

7. Chocolate Covered Cherry Amaretto Fudge

The wonderful flavors of chocolate, maraschino cherries, and Amaretto liqueur all combine in this rich and delicious Chocolate Covered Cherry Amaretto Fudge. It will be your new favorite chocolate-and-cherry treat.

From: TheKitchenIsMyPlayGround

8. Salted Caramel Millionaire’s Fudge

This Salted Caramel Millionaire’s Fudge recipe is inspired by the popular Millionaire’s Shortbread.  Replacing the shortbread is a layer of dark rich fudge, topped with salted caramel, and finished with a layer of semi dark chocolate.

From: OnlyCrumbsRemain

9. Kahlua and Cream Fudge

You will love this smooth, creamy, decadent Kahlua and Cream fudge recipe. No one can resist this yummy treat infused with the flavors of a festive and fun cocktail!

From: DizzyBusyAndHungry

10. Pumpkin Fudge

Quick and easy pumpkin fudge recipe with gingersnap crust, made with simple ingredients. No bake, rich, creamy, and loaded with pumpkin spice!

From: CakeWhiz

11. Brown Sugar Fudge

Today, I am aware of more than 100 recipes that all have their own taste and cooking instructions. I have tried many of them over the years but I always go back to our original version, with a modern twist. In our home, brown sugar fudge should not be smooth. Surprised? Our recipe is creamy but has a subtle gritty texture.

From: TheFlyingCouponer

12. Peanut Butter Fudge Cup

Peanut Butter Fudge Cups are peanut butter cookies filled with a simple chocolate fudge! Delicious flavor combination in these amazing treats.

From: ButterWithASideOfBread

13. Ferrero Rocher Fudge Brownies

These Ferrero Rocher Fudge Brownies are the ultimate dessert bars! A Ferrero Rocher stuffed fudge brownie, topped with a creamy Nutella Fudge filled and topped with Ferrero Rochers and roasted hazelnuts. Take these bars to another level with a drizzle of silky Nutella Ganache and you’ve got the greatest brownie ever!

From: QueensleeAppetit

14. Double Chocolate Toffee Caramel Fudge

Double Chocolate Toffee Caramel Fudge is an easy microwave fudge recipe with layers of white and dark chocolate, gooey caramel, and bits of toffee. This simple candy recipe is the perfect no-bake treat for the holidays or any day you want a chocolaty treat that makes a yummy gluten-free dessert.

From: CupcakesAndKaleChips

15. Coconut White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge Bars

These wonderful fudge bars have a chocolate cookie base, white peppermint fudge and peppermint coconut ice – 3 easy layers wrapped in chocolate.

From: SugarSaltMagic

16. Chocolate Fudge With Raspberry Cream

A delicious dark chocolate fudge filled with a luxuriously, creamy raspberry fondant. Anyway, raspberry cream. Yum. Chocolate fudge. Yum. You really have to try this recipe. Kids will love it, adults do love it (I know because I have a wonderful test audience in my family and friends). And I found that this wasn’t as super sweet as I thought it would be. It’s really quite moreish.

From: SugarSaltMagic

17. Chocolate Peppermint Fudge

Chocolate Peppermint Fudge is smooth, creamy and perfect for the holiday season. Top with Christmas sprinkles for even more holiday flare!

From: ThisGalCooks

18. Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

Fudge doesn’t get any better or easier than this Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fudge. It’s the perfect quick treat for any occasion! Incredibly decadent and gorgeous to boot this easy fudge recipe takes just 5 minutes to make! That can be our little secret…

From: MomOnTimeout

19. Mint Chocolate Oreo Fudge

Mint Chocolate Oreo Fudge – Deliciously creamy mint white chocolate fudge that is loaded with flavour, stuffed full of Oreo cookies, and only requires 5 ingredients to make!

From: MarshasBakingAddiction

20. Milk and Cookies Fudge

This CRAZY delicious milk & cookies chocolate fudge recipe is SO easy to make you could probably do it with your eyes shut! (Although I don’t really recommend actually doing that…) All that’s required are a few ingredients, a microwave & a bit of mixing. That’s literally it. I promise, it takes 10 minutes MAX.

From: KitchenMason

21. Coke Vanilla Float Fudge

The flavors of a Coke Ice Cream Float come to life in fudge form in this tasty Coke Vanilla Float Fudge.

From: SweetReciPeas

22. Easy Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

Smooth, creamy chocolate fudge recipe with the sweet and fruity taste of raspberries!

From: DizzyBusyAndHungry

23. Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

This Chocolate Raspberry Fudge is perfect for Valentine’s Day! A yummy treat that’s easy to make!

From: SixSistersStuff

24. M&M White Chocolate Fudge

One of my kids favorite things about this White Chocolate Fudge with M&Ms, aside from being able to make it themselves is that it has M&Ms in it! They love taking a bite into this white chocolate fudge and getting a bite of M&Ms in it!

From: MidgetMomma

25. Drunk Santa Vodka Fudge

If you’re not a fan of vodka, you can substitute gin. If you’re not a fan of alcohol at all, you won’t like this fudge. Because did I mention it’s strong?

From: TheDecoratedCookie

26. White Chocolate Reese Peanut Butter Cup Fudge

Once it’s cooled in the fridge for a couple of hours you can cut into bite sized pieces, or huge chunks… it’s up to you 🙂

From: TheBestBlogRecipes

27. Two Ingredient Two Minute Chocolate Fudge

Fudge is a creamy, smooth chocolate square made from just two ingredients and takes about two minutes to make! This Fudge Recipe comes out perfect every time. Quick, easy and delicious!

From: CookingWithKarli

28. Fireball Fudge Recipe

This easy Fireball Fudge Recipe is the perfect recipe to make for the holidays or anytime!  An easy fudge recipe made with condensed milk and a few other ingredients that is perfect for the cinnamon whiskey lover in your life!

From: WineAndGlue

29. Salted Maple Pecan Fudge

This melt-in-your-mouth Salted Maple Pecan Fudge is perfect for the holidays. This Christmas dessert is a delicious cookie exchange recipe!

From: TheGunnySack

30. Eggnog Fudge

This easy Eggnog Fudge will make for a great addition to your holiday sweets lists. You will find great flavors from the white chocolate, eggnog, and nutmeg combinations. A perfect and sweet fudge for serving guests during the holidays.

From: CincyShopper

31. Spicy Mexican Fudge

Even though this fudge is made with cayenne pepper, and are on the spicy side, the chocolate balances the heat so well.  It is not only delicious, it comes together in less than ten minutes.  If you are uneasy about making fudge, you are definitely going to want to give this a try.  It’s so easy!

From: WineAndGlue

32. German Chocolate Fudge

The texture of this fudge is amazing. You have a creamy, smooth fudge layer covered in an insanely gooey icing with the crunch of coconut and pecans.

From: SpicySouthernKitchen

33. Vanilla Walnut Fudge

Creamy Vanilla Walnut Fudge is this year’s latest addition for your holiday dessert table. Paired with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate, a piece of fudge is one of my favorite ways to take a break during the holiday season. If you’re lucky enough to nibble your fudge in front of twinkling Christmas tree lights, that’s my idea of a perfect afternoon.

From: BarefeetInTheKitchen

34. Maple Nut Fudge

This Creamy Maple Nut Fudge is a breeze to make! Crunchy toasted walnuts add amazing texture and flavor to this decadent fudge!

From: MomOnTimeOut

35. Pumpkin Spice Fudge

Do you love pumpkin spice? Do you want to impress your friends or co-workers? Make them this simple microwave Pumpkin Spice Fudge.

From: DinaRambles

36. Chocolate Cherry Marshmellow Fudge

This easy to make fudge has little pockets of cherries and marshmallows all the way through it.  You should make a batch of this Chocolate Cherry Marshmallow Fudge for everyone you know for the holidays.  Just make sure you keep some for yourself too.

From: InsideBruCrewLife

37. Cappuccino Fudge

Layers of chocolate and coffee make this Cappuccino Fudge a delicious treat to make for holiday treat trays.

From: InsideBruCrewLife

38. Salted Caramel Fudge

Perfect for sharing with friends. Giving to teachers. Sending to your favorite blogger. Eating in the afternoon with a hot cup of coffee. All those things, YES.

From: ShugarySweets

39. Caramel Coffee Fudge

Caramel and coffee layers come together in a fun new fudge recipe. This Caramel Coffee Fudge is perfect for making and eating when you need a special treat.  I do suggest giving most of it away though because it is extremely delicious.

From: InsideBruCrewLife

40. Nutella Fudge

Okay, just about as sweet as my kid is this Nutella Fudge.  You guys this fudge is AWESOME.  It comes together crazy fast, and it has the sweet flavor of Nutella but is also just wonderfully soft and chocolatey.

From: WineAndGlue

41. Copycat See’s Candies Fudge

76 Fantastic Fudge Recipes: Holiday Foods

This Copycat See’s Fudge is so delicious and extremely easy to make. See’s Candies is definitely a Christmas favorite around our house and everyone loves their fudge!  This recipe makes an entire 9×13 pan of delicious fudge, so it’s perfect for gift giving.

From: No.2Pencil

42. Incredible Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

Chocolate Peanut Butter Double Decker Fudge is an indulgence everyone will rave over. It is surprisingly easy to make and tastes out of this world delicious!

From: BackForSeconds

43. Caramel Apple Pie Fudge

CARAMEL APPLE PIE FUDGE – caramel apples meet apple pie in this fantastic Fall dessert mash-up! Spot on. Tastes just like a caramel apple and apple pie. And absolutely sublime.

From: BellyFull

44. Healthy & Raw Red Velvet Fudge

This Healthy Raw Red Velvet Fudge is perfectly sweet with a hint of chocolate. OH, and did I mention it’s hiding a VEGETABLE?!?  You’d never know it though. I’ve got a tumultuous relationship with beets — aka, I hate their flavor but love the vivid red color it gives off — and I am addicted to this fudge.  I can’t taste the beets at all.

From: DessertsWithBenefits

45. M&M Cookie Dough Stuffed Fudge

M&M Cookie Dough Stuffed Fudge is an easy, delicious recipe thats perfect for the holidays. This 5 minute fudge is made with white chocolate stuffed with an M&M cookie dough and topped with more M&M’s! A crowd pleaser and a great gift!

From: LemonTreeDwelling

46. White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

In a sea of chocolate and peanut fudge candy, this White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge would be a lovely addition to any holiday dessert plate.

From: ShugarySweets

47. Sugar Cookie White Chocolate Fudge

Sugar Cookie White Chocolate Fudge is an easy, creamy no bake dessert that will be any chocolate lovers dream come true!

From: AWickedWhisk

48. Grinch Peppermint Fudge

This festive Grinch Peppermint Fudge is creamy and melts in your mouth! You’ll love how easy it is to make, and it’s fun to see on a plate of cookies and candy!

From: ShugarySweets

49. Samoa Fudge

When you can’t wait to get your Samoa Girl Scout cookies, just make this Samoa Fudge!  It is easy to make and full of the best flavor combination of caramel, chocolate, and coconut!  It its only five ingredients and it needs to be the next fudge recipe that you make!

From: WineAndGlue

50. No Fail Toffee Fudge

Easy No Fail Chocolate Toffee Fudge is an incredibly simple recipe that makes the best fudge ever! Perfect for holidays and parties, and makes a great gift!

From: BackForSeconds

51. Santa’s Favorite Mint Fudge

This is a classic recipe my Mother-in-law makes every year for Christmas.  We absolutely love it!  In fact, I am pretty sure it’s my daughter’s FAVORITE dessert.  The recipe is from Eagle Brand and SO incredibly yummy! The hardest part is waiting on it to chill long enough to cut it!  😉 It sure does make a great gift too!

From: AuntBeesRecipes

52. Butterfinger Fudge

This fudge recipe is made with evaporated milk, Nestle semi-sweet chocolate chips and NESTLÉ® BUTTERFINGER® fun size candy.The trick to making this fudge is to stir constantly while boiling. Once the fudge is ready to pour into the pan I used 10 Butterfinger fun size candy bars to press into the fudge while it was still warm.

From: APumpkinAndAPrincess

53. White Chocolate Caramel Fudge

75 Fantastic Fudge Recipes: Holiday Foods

This recipe for white Christmas fudge creates an indulgent treat that I think is simply beautiful. The caramel swirls in this white chocolate fudge candy just give it a really elegant, grown up look.

From: FreebieFindingMom

54. French Toast Fudge

You can have dessert for breakfast and breakfast for dessert, can’t you? This french toast recipe is about to be the best french toast recipe in your cookbook! French Toast Fudge is a fun way to bring together the flavors of a breakfast classic and rich fudge. With nutmeg, cinnamon, and maple syrup, this fudge tastes and smells just like your normal french toast recipe, but it is up to you at what time of day you choose to serve! The perfect dessert to make for breakfast-for-dinner or any other occasion!

From: DancingThroughTheRain

55. Triple Chocolate Turtle Fudge

This decadent Triple Chocolate Turtle Fudge features three different types of chocolate and an ooey, gooey caramel center that is hard to resist! Great for gift giving and the holidays!

From: MomOnTimeOut

56. Peanut Butter Snickers Fudge

Snickers are one of my favorite candy bars, and as if they weren’t good enough on their own, I went and added them to peanut butter fudge! This fudge recipe is seriously “no fail”. It’s super easy to make and you’ll be so glad you did!

From: BackForSeconds

57. 3-Ingredient Reeses Fudge

Reese’s Fudge with a smooth, creamy texture & peanut butter flavor that’s only has 3 ingredients! Topped with mini Reese’s Pieces for flavor & fun.

From: ButterWithASideOfBread

58. Cookies & Cream Fudge

This is a really simple fudge that sets up nicely. It only takes about 5 minutes to prep which is a huge bonus for the busy holiday season. It’s great to make for a holiday party or to give to the neighbors.

From: SpicySouthernKitchen

59. Caramel Peanut Butter Pretzel Fudge


Pretzels and candy bars swirled in this easy Caramel Peanut Butter Pretzel Fudge add a fun crunch and chew to each creamy square.

From: InsideBruCrewLife

60. Rocky Road Fudge

Creamy chocolate fudge filled with peanuts and marshmallows makes a chewy, crunchy, salty, sweet Rocky Road Fudge that all ages will enjoy. Rocky Road ice cream has been one of my favorite ice cream flavors ever since I was a child.

From: BarefeetInTheKitchen

61. Strawberry Rocky Road Fudge

Whenever we go on vacation, I love to stop in local fudge shops to scope out the flavors.  The last time I did this I saw a rocky road fudge and a strawberry fudge.  Both sounded so good that I decided to mix them together into one amazing treat!

From: InsideBruCrewLife

62. Microwave Peanut Butter Fudge


If you make this peanut butter fudge, just be sure you have at least a few people to share it with because it’s really hard to resist! I could probably eat the entire batch in one day– zero self control, people!

From: InstruPix

63. Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Fudge

This Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Fudge is your favorite liquor and chocolate COMBINED!  Make this easy homemade fudge recipe with condensed milk in five minutes! It’s so fast and delicious.  You won’t be able to eat just one piece.

From: WineAndGlue

64. Tiger Butter Fudge

Tiger Butter is one of the easiest holiday candies you can make! If you’ve never made, or maybe even never heard ofTiger Butter, add these items to your grocery list and make it! It’s such a simple candy and everyone just devours it. It’s super creamy with amazing flavor and hello, it’s also insanely pretty. Oh and did I mention it takes just 3 ingredients and about 5 minutes to make?! Talk about a winner!

From: ButterWithASideOfBread

65. Coca-Cola Fudge

What is it about Coca-Cola that makes baked goods so sugary sweet and moist?! And since I know it’s delicious baked in chocolate cake and cupcakes, I decided to try it in fudge and make Coca-Cola Fudge. I love adding my own twist to my family’s beloved recipes, and it just wouldn’t be Christmas without a batch of homemade fudge. Paired with a glass of Coca-Cola, it’s a treat that even Santa would choose over milk and cookies.

From: TheLifeOfJenniferDawn

66. Cookie Dough Fudge

This fudge is for the cookie dough lovers of the world. Just like eating actual cookie dough, eating uncooked flour can be risky. In very rare cases raw flour can harbor dangerous bacteria that can only be killed by heating the flour. We like to give our raw flour a quick zap in the microwave before using.

From: Delish

67. Sugar Cookie Dough Fudge

This ain’t your ordinary holiday fudge. I went with a fudge recipe that I’ve used once before in my Circus Animal Cookie Fudge. It’s unbelievably easy to make since it requires very few ingredients AND there’s no candy thermometer involved. I also prefer the taste of this fudge over others because of it’s super special ingredient–cream cheese!

From: ABajillianRecipes

68. Hot Cocoa Fudge

I was going for a fun hot cocoa fudge with this, and this totally tastes like a nice hot cup of hot cocoa.  There is some cocoa powder mixed in, which deepens the chocolate flavor and gives it that characteristic hot cocoa taste.  Then you throw the marshmallow bits on top, and it really seals the deal.

From: WineAndGlue

69. Practically Perfect Peppermint Fudge

This is an easy fudge recipe (chocolate + sweetened condensed milk) and with the addition of crushed candy canes and peppermint extract, it’s truly exploding with the perfect peppermint flavor.

From: MomOnTimeOut

70. Easy Peppermint Bark Fudge

When it comes to Christmas I dream about peppermint and chocolate. When I discovered this recipe my heart was overjoyed. Best yet, this festive dessert is so easy, your friends and family won’t believe you didn’t spend the entire day in the kitchen. This simple fudge recipe requires less than an hour of your time. There is no boiling, no candy thermometers, and no fuss.

From: LivingWellSpendingLess

71. Winter White Red Velvet Fudge


A delicious, beautiful fudge for any season; not just winter! Try it for your next party; or for fun gifts to give relatives, neighbors and friends.

From: TheCafeSucreFarine

72. Simple Orange Cranberry Pistachio Fudge

Mildly sweet, beautifully festive, and bursting with the fresh flavor of citrus. Simple Orange Cranberry Pistachio Fudge is a wonderful addition to your Holiday table.

From: TheFedUpFoodie

73. White Chocolate Cranberry Fudge

It’s pure heaven in your mouth.  The white chocolate is so smooth, so creamy, so rich and the cranberries just cut through it all perfectly with a refreshing zip.  I made life easy and just used a bag of Craisins cause that’s how I roll 🙂

From: MomOnTimeOut