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.
Impress friends with a rich, buttery Christmas candy that looks like it came from a specialty shop.
Lime juice adds a fresh taste to this fudge. Serve it at spring parties and celebrations.
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.
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.
For best results, choose white chocolate that contains cocoa butter for this recipe. It will create a smooth fudge that sets up nicely.
This creamy fudge has a light mint flavor to make it extra special for the holidays.
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.
Dried tart cherries and sliced toasted almonds give this homemade candy its character.
Rum flavoring is used in these chocolate candy squares but you also could use peppermint, almond or orange extract.
You can make this candy recipe in less than half an hour. Store it in the refrigerator up to a month and you'll always have dessert ready when guests stop by.
Winter citrus infuses creamy fudge in this upscale take on a creamsicle.