Mouth Watering Monday: 15 Yummy Fudge Recipes

Today’s Mouth Watering Monday is all about FUDGE! I love fudge! It is the perfect time of year for fudge and  these recipes put a fun spin on the traditional recipe.  I can’t wait to try some of these out!


Cookie Dough Fudge
from Baked at 350


Honey and Macadamia Nut Fudge
from Better Homes and Gardens


Funfetti Cake Batter Fudge
from Pursuit of Hippiness


Cherry Chocolate Fudge
from At Second Street


Nutella Fudge with Sea Salt
from the Crunchy Mamacita


Snickers Fudge
from Somewhere in the Middle


Pumpkin Fudge
from Jamie Cooks it Up


White Chocolate Maple Bacon Fudge
from Bacon Time


Candy Cane Fudge
from All Recipes


Rocky Road Fudge
from Christine’s Cuisne


Magic Bar Fudge
from Cookies and Cups


Peanut Butter Fudge
from Joy of Baking


Pralines and Cream Fudge
from Something Swanky


Rolo Turtle Fudge
from Shugary Sweets


Cookies n’ Cream Fudge

Is your mouth drooling over all these amazing fudge flavors like mine is?!  WOW!  I can’t wait to get in my kitchen!

Also, Don’t forget to come link up your Christmas Recipes TONIGHT at my portion of the Holly Bloggy Christmas-It is going to be so fun! AND there is a great giveaway, too!Hope to see you there!

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  1. Large Family Small World

    Oh wow! Some of these look great! I think I'll be trying the Nutella fudge! This is a great time of year to make fudge. Every year for Christmas I make a couple of batches of Peanut butter fudge for my husband and mom.

  2. Sarah E.

    I made the pralines & cream fudge from Something Swanky's blog - and it was easily my new ABSOLUTE favorite!! :)

  3. Jade Clark

    Oh my stars, I want to throw up just looking at these pretty recipes. In a good way. :::drools:::

  4. Aimee

    Thanks for the shout out!! Love all the flavors...

  5. Mary

    I always enjoy my visits here. I never leave empty handed and always have a new recipe or kitchen tip to add to my cache. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

  6. Rachel

    cookies and cream & cake batter fudge? SHUT UP! you're awesome.

  7. Cherish

    I'm not sure whether to call you a beautiful, wonderful person, or hate you for tempting me.

  8. My Blog Review

    I love your blog! I started my blog for the same reasons...stay at home mom, I wanted a creative outlet, and have loved every minute of experimenting new recipes! I love that mentioned you weren't an expert photos are awful! Definitely need to work on that :)

    1. Jeanie

      I'm a novice at making fudge - I've read that it can stay fresh for a long time. I want to bring mine to work in 3 days - Should I cut it up now, or that day? If I can leave it in the pan in the fridge, can I leave it uncovered? Thank you.