Friday, July 23, 2021

A fudge recipe to try now


How about a fudge recipe today?  Fudge was always a big part of my childhood Christmases, as my mother was famous for her Maple Fudge and my grandmother usually made multiple batches of Five Minute Fudge to give away.  

Double Decker Fudge (aka Heavenly Delight, in our family), at the top of the post, is a favorite of mine, as is a Special Holiday Fudge with nuts and raisins.  Arlene's Easy Fudge is another favorite of ours. 

That said, I'm always up for trying a new fudge recipe for the holidays.  White Christmas Fudge, by Mique at Thirty Handmade Days, is one I want to try for this Christmas.

Photo by Thirty Handmade Days

With dried cherries in the white chocolate fudge, this candy looks so very festive!  I have never made a cooked type of fudge that includes confectioners sugar, so I will be interested to see how this turns out.  

Do you make fudge or other candy at Christmas time?

1 comment:

  1. I always make the 5-minute fudge on the side of the carnation milk can. It's been a success for years (but never use the colored mini-marshmallows, they just don't melt)!


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