Craving something sweet? Fudge is always a good idea!
10 Fudge recipes you must try
Marshmallow fudge topped with French meringue
Marshmallow fudge topped with French meringue is sweet and decadent. French meringue is probably the most popular version of meringue; uncooked, and easy to make. On top of buttery, rich fudge this sweet treat becomes doubly delicious.
Recipe here: Marshmallow fudge topped with French meringue
Zoo cookie fudge
This Zoo cookie fudge is great for kids’ birthday parties.
Recipe here: Zoo cookie fudge
Classic vanilla fudge
It’s a classic!
Recipe here: Classic vanilla fudge
Microwave choc-biscuit fudge
Spoil your loved ones with this easy microwave choc biscuit fudge.
Recipe here: Microwave choc-biscuit fudge
American-style white chocolate and cranberry fudge
Nothing says “I love you” quite like this American-style white chocolate and cranberry fudge.
Recipe here: American-style white chocolate and cranberry fudge
Rum and raisin fudge
These little rum and raisin fudge squares are the perfect treat. For the best results, use a sugar thermometer this classic fudge recipe.
Recipe here: Rum and raisin fudge
Easy coconut and strawberry fudge
You only need 4 ingredients for this recipe.
Recipe here: Easy coconut and strawberry fudge
Milk tart fudge
Make a fantastic treat to indulge your sweet tooth with a recipe that offers the best of both worlds – milk tart fudge!
Recipe here: Milk tart fudge
Turtle fudge combines chocolate fudge, caramel and pecan nuts – and you can make it in the microwave!
Recipe here: Turtle fudge
Chocolate fudge cake recipe
Cake + fudge = pure perfection!
Recipe here: Chocolate fudge cake recipe