A Homemade Christmas ~ Fabulous Fudge Recipes

It’s December 1st, the first day of Advent! Christmas is getting close, so I thought I would share some fun ideas for homemade holiday decorations and gifts throughout the next several weeks. Check back often or subscribe {in the upper right-hand corner} to receive email updates so you don’t miss out!


Let’s start out with something sweet :). Fudge is perfect for gift giving or holiday parties.



Here are three recipes to get you started.

Chocolate Fudge

Check out my video tutorial on how to make this classic fudge. For a little variety you could add nuts for a the nut lover in your family.

The one tip I have for you, if you’re new to making fudge, is to let the candy mixture boil for the entire time recommended. This should make your fudge a success.

Chocolate Mint Candy Fudge

This chocolate mint candy fudge is delicious.

The recipe calls for white candy coating (like these Wilton candy melts) , but I used white chocolate chips instead. It didn’t affect the taste at all, but the consistency between the chocolate and mint layer wasn’t quite the same. This made them not look as attractive, so I recommend that you use the candy coating if possible.

Dark Chocolate Orange Fudge

Now this one is my favorite! There’s something about orange and dark chocolate… yum. My sister made this dark chocolate raspberry fudge recipe for Thanksgiving. It was a big hit. When I was shopping for extract to make the fudge the orange extract caught my eye. So I decided to give it a try. Loved it!!!


3 Fudge Recipes


Give one of these recipes a try and let me know how it goes!


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