One great way to save some money this Christmas is to make some homemade food gifts. These easy holiday fudge recipes will offer you over a dozen different ways to make that sweet fudge candy that we all love.
Back in the day we had chocolate fudge and milk chocolate fudge, here you will find so many varieties of fudge to choose from. There is eggnog fudge, gingerbread fudge and even a fruit cake fudge. I have been going on a sweet tooth frenzy lately with these, these and these, so now we move on to fudge.
If you have not made fudge before, I would suggest making a batch or two and then dividing them up for gift sets. Fudge looks great in dollar store tins, ceramic plates or in cellophane bags. Tie with a ribbon and a cute tag and it suddenly is perfect for teacher gifts, neighbor gifts, coworkers or family. Holiday Fudge has been a tradition since when I was a kid. At that time we always used the recipe on the back of the marshmallow cream jar. Now there are so many great varieties you can make that it will be tough to decide where to start. Which of these easy holiday fudge recipes would you want to try first?
Organized Island – Mexican Hot Chocolate Fudge (pictured above)
A Pumpkin and a Princess – Peppermint Fudge
Wonky Wonderful – Marshmallow Topped Hot Chocolate Fudge
Dream a Little Bigger – White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge Christmas Trees
Your Cup of Cake – Chocolate Swirl Candy Cane Fudge
A Night Owl Blog – White Chocolate Peppermint Topped Fudge
Chelsea’s Messy Apron – Microwave Milk Chocolate Mint Swirled Fudge
The Decorated Cookie – Chocolate and Toffee Bit Fudge
Crazy for Crust – Gingerbread Fudge
Baked Bree- Chocolate Confetti Fudge
Annie’s Noms – Eggnog Fudge
Inside Bru Crew Life – Peppermint Cookies and Cream Fudge
The Gardening Cook – White Chocolate Mosaic Fudge
Recipe Girl- Pink and Red Candy Cane Fudge
Princess Pinky Girl – Chocolate Covered Fudge
Wonky Wonderful – Fruitcake White Chocolate Fudge
Sweet C’s Design – Christmas Candy Cookie Dough Fudge
Somethings Wanky – Vanilla Bean Fudge
Dinners Dishes and Desserts – M&M White Chocolate Fudge
The First Year Blog – Gingerbread Chocolate Fudge
What is the best homemade food gift you have received?