Fudge is a confection made with sugar, butter, and milk that is often then used in brownies. Brownies, in fact, are often described as fudgey or cake-like. These recipes give you dense, fudgey brownies.See Popular Fudge Recipes
Foolproof fudge is in the pan in 15 minutes! Betty Crocker® frosting is the secret.
Honorable Mention - Contest Recipe 2009! Two favorite cookie doughs bake side by side in a delicious bar frosted with an indulgent topping.
Chocolate cookie pieces add tasty texture to each bite of this crowd-pleasing dessert. Get the kids to help crushing the cookies, stirring them into the fudge and spreading it into the pan.
Lime juice adds a fresh taste to this fudge. Serve it at spring parties and celebrations.
Impress friends with a rich, buttery Christmas candy that looks like it came from a specialty shop.
If you wish, you can substitute fresh Key lime juice or regular lime juice for the bottled juice. Fresh Key limes can be found in Hispanic markets.
Follow this candy recipe, whether beginner or practiced, for a sweet treat that makes plenty to share.
Live on the edge! This adventurous recipe adds the craveable flavor of sticky sweet candied bacon to rich chocolate marshmallow fudge.
Christmas Fudge, the best of all chocolate recipes. The treat that's so good, it's sold by the block in stores devoted almost exclusively to selling that one confection alone. (How many olde fudge shoppes have you passed over the years in all those touristy towns?)
Dried fruit fills this white chocolate fudge making it pretty to give as a gift or to present on a holiday dessert table.
This mint-layered fudge candy recipe, decorated for Christmas or St. Patrick's Day celebrations, is topped with walnuts. Make and refrigerate the fudge up to two weeks before serving.
A layer of fudge, a peanutty caramel filling, and a topping of melted chocolate add up to a homemade treat that tastes just like a candy bar.