Ah, beautiful, decadent fudge. You remember those Sunday afternoons during middle school and primary school, where you’d make some good old fashioned chocolate fudge with your mama or for your family? Well, maybe it’s time to bring those memories to the present and try out some fudge recipes you’ve possibly never heard of! So, we’ve compiled 8 mouth-watering fudge recipes you’ll surely want to make for your next Sunday baking afternoon.
1. Blueberries and Cream Fudge
Okay, we’ve heard of topping up our yoghurt and ice cream with blueberries, but swirled together to create a marble effect in fudge form? Um, yes please? This Blueberries and Cream Fudge recipe from Like Mother Like Daughter is made with white chocolate for all you white chocolate lovers, and the best part? It’s made in the comfort of your own microwave and only includes seven ingredients!
2. Butter Pecan Fudge
Okay, this one is for those of you avid bakers that don’t mind waiting around a while to eat your completed product. But my goodness will it be worth the wait. If you’re a lover of pecans and a lover of brown sugar and butter, then this extremely satisfying to cut, extra creamy and deliciously sweet Butter Pecan Fudge from Just So Tasty is the recipe for you.
3. White Chocolate and Cranberry Fudge
Now this is decadency to say the least. Another perfect choice for white chocolate, creamy sweet lovers, this White Chocolate and Cranberry Fudge recipe from Life Love Sugar is perfect for those that enjoy the juicy bite of the luxurious cranberry. With a prep time of 10 minutes and a bake time of just one glorious minute, this fudge is sure to leave you wanting more.
4. Cookies and Cream Fudge
There’s a way to incorporate the ever-popular combination of cookies and cream into just about dessert out there, and traditional fudge is no exception. With white chocolate and your favourite Oreos cut up into large pieces and etched right into the fudge, this Cookies and Cream Fudge from Spicy Southern Kitchen is sure to be your next favourite cookies and cream dessert.
5. S’mores Fudge
Ah, s’mores roasting over an open fire. Or perhaps baked right into a fudge right in your very own kitchen. Now if you’re someone who loves your fudge to appear and taste like more of a slice, then this S’mores Fudge recipe from a Bakerita with a graham cracker base and a toasty marshmallow topping is perfect for you.
6. Cookie Dough Fudge
A cross between the ever-popular cookie dough and the humble creamy fudge, this Cookie Dough Fudge recipe from Cooking with Carli is the perfect comfort food. The trick to Carli’s cookie dough fudge recipe is to put your chocolate chips, both milk and white, in the freezer before preparing the fudge itself. Minus the eggs, this fudge is like biteable cookie dough!
7. Unicorn Fudge
Okay, hear us out. But unicorns and unicorn desserts, foods and merchandise are so astonishingly popular these days that we had to include this Unicorn Fudge recipe from Sprinkles For Breakfast. Perhaps for the inner child in you, or the grown up with a proud obsession for mythical creatures, this unicorn fudge is fun and colourful, topped with lots of pretty sprinkles.
8. Rocky Road Fudge
Ah, now if you’re looking for a way to melt your favourite rocky road into a delicious, creamy and melt-in-your-mouth fudge, then this Rocky Road Fudge recipe from Oh Sweet Basil. With just four ingredients and a simple set in the fridge, this fudge is sure to leave you wanting more.
Which of these unique fudge recipes will you be trying this Sunday afternoon? Let us know in the comments down below!
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