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20+ Fudge Recipes for the Holidays

Are you ready for the holidays and all the sweet treats that it entails?  How about making up a few of these fudge recipes to have on hand for Christmas?

Some of my favorites are my recipe for vegan peanut butter fudge, and the delightful boozy Baileys Irish cream fudge. But they sky is the limit when it comes to fudge!

There’s something for everyone, and that’s why fudge is so great. It’s customizable. I’m sure you’ll find at least one that you love!
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Fudge is the one sweet treat that I make each year without fail.  I can’t trust myself to have it sitting around during the year, because I love the taste of it.

Fortunately for me, fudge freezes well, so I can take out a piece just when I have a hankering for it instead of having it tempt me non stop.

Out of sight, out of mind, they say!

23 holiday fudge recipes

Fudge is such a great dessert because you can always find a version that’s right for you. Maybe you like fruit and nuts in your fridge, or maybe you like something more simple and classic.

Never fear, there is a fudge recipe out there for you! Since there are so many different types of fudge, I recommend trying a few. You can always bring the leftovers (if there are any!) to a holiday party.

Are you a fudge lover like I am?  Be sure to check out these favorite fudge recipes over at The Gardening Cook.  Be sure to check them out.  One is sure to be perfect for your holiday table.

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