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25 Fudge Flavors ( + Easy Recipes)

From red velvet to carrot cake to eggnog, these fantastic fudge flavors will put a smile on anyone’s face.

Fudge may be a well-known candy, but did you know that there’s more to it than just chocolate?

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Yup, this ooey-gooey treat comes in a variety of flavors. Your imagination is the limit!

Peppermint Fudge

There’s a fudge flavor for every mood. Rocky road, butterscotch, Kahlua – you name it! This round-up of recipes will show you how they’re done.

The best part? They’re so insanely easy, they’re impossible to fudge up.

Can’t wait to fill your life with fudge? Why wait till Christmas? Let’s get the party started!

1. Rocky Road

From the chocolate to the marshmallows to the salted peanuts, this fudge has everything you love in the classic ice cream flavor! 

Besides the flavor, the playful textures make this fudge one of the best. 

It’s also a breeze to make! The whole thing comes together in just 5 minutes. 

2. Red Velvet

The thought of red velvet makes me giddy. Red velvet cake, cookies, ice cream – all of these give me joy. 

Red velvet fudge, on the other hand, gives me ecstasy.

From the gorgeous red and white hue to the chocolaty goodness to the ooey-gooey consistency, this fudge flavor is everything I can ask for!

3. Gingerbread

Looking for the perfect fall flavor? You’re looking at it! 

What’s not to love about gingerbread fudge? It has the same amazing flavors as the classic cookie, with a melt-in-your-mouth consistency to boot.

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It’s also a lot easier to make! It only takes 15 minutes, and there’s absolutely no baking necessary.

4. Sugar Cookie

Sugar cookies are simple, yet so scrumptious and elegant. Turn that beauty into fudge, and you’ll have the most stunning holiday treat!

As if they couldn’t get any better, the fudge squares are topped with Christmas sprinkles for that extra holiday feel. 

5. Kahlua and Cream

In the mood for something boozy! Give Kahlua and cream fudge a whirl. 

Aside from the sweetness, adding Kahlua and cream to fudge makes it even creamier and silkier. The booze makes it extra fun, too!

6. M&M

Just the thought of adding M&M’s to fudge already makes me excited.

Imagine the contrast between the smooth and chewy fudge and crunchy M&M’s! This combination is genius!

I also love how you get to pick the colors, so you can easily dress up your fudge according to whatever theme.

7. Potato Chip Pretzel

Chewy fudge studded with crunchy pretzels and salty potato chips – how mind-blowingly amazing is that?

It’s all your favorite snacks combined! Together, they create a sweet, salty, creamy, and crunchy bite.

8. S’Mores

With s’mores fudge, camping has never been more fun.

Chocolate fudge rests in between a graham cracker crust and fluffy toasted marshmallows. I died and went to campfire heaven.

It seems like such a tedious recipe because of all the layers, but it actually only takes 15 minutes of prep time. Hurray!

9. Root Beer Float

If you’re looking for something truly unique, you’ve hit the jackpot with this recipe.

This fudge is an outstanding replica of a root beer float!

It’s a combination of two fudge flavors – white chocolate and root beer – swirled together to make one fantastic treat. 

10. German Chocolate

Why settle for chocolate when you can have German chocolate?

Gooey, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate fudge is jazzed up with delectable coconut pecan frosting.

The flavor and texture combination of smooth and creamy fudge, gooey icing, and crunchy coconut and pecans is to die for!

11. Peppermint

Christmas came early with this decadent peppermint fudge!

I mean, just look at how pretty these fudge squares are.

There’s a layer of chocolate fudge at the bottom, white peppermint fudge on top, and it’s finished off with crushed candy canes.   

It sounds complicated, but it actually only requires five simple ingredients.

12. Key Lime Pie Fudge

If you’re not a fan of overly sweet fudge, this one’s for you. This recipe creates a mash-up of fudge and Key lime pie, and it is wonderful.

There’s a thick graham crust at the bottom, topped with a sweet and tangy Key lime pie fudge filling.

The combination of flavors and textures tickle the taste buds.

13. Butterscotch

Butterscotch is one of the best flavors on earth. If you’re a fan like me, you’ll certainly love this fudge recipe. 

The combination of sweet, salty, and buttery is absolutely terrific. The creamy, melt-in-your-mouth consistency is also spot on!

14. Carrot Cake

Make Easter even more joyous with carrot cake fudge!

With this easy recipe, there’s no need to bring out the pots and pans. All you need is a bowl and a microwave!

You also don’t need to peel and grate carrots. You’ll get the carrot flavor from carrot cake Oreos, instead. What a neat trick!

15. Cappuccino

Just like many delicious dishes, this amazing fudge is created by accident. I had no idea coffee and orange went well together! 

Honestly, I was a bit skeptical about this recipe, but my curious mind pushed me to give it a try.

And boy was I glad I did! Trust me on this one, it’s really worth it.

16. Walnut

Chocolate plus fudge equals paradise. It’s a simple formula, but it sure hits the spot.

It’s sweet, chewy, crunchy, and buttery, all in one amazing bite.

17. White Chocolate

What I love about this simple fudge recipe is that you can dress it up in many different ways. 

If you’re a fan of peanut butter, mint chip, and cookies and milk, here’s some good news!

You can enjoy all these fudge flavors using one easy recipe.

18. Orange Creamsicle

This nostalgic fudge flavor tastes just like an orange creamsicle bar! Take a trip down memory lane and have a bite.

19. Peanut Butter

This peanut butter fudge is one of the easiest recipes on this list.

It’s perfect if you’re super busy but still want to create a delicious holiday treat.

Four ingredients and 10 minutes of prep time are all you need.

20. Cookies and Cream

For a fool-proof way to please a kid, go for cookies and cream. Every child loves Oreos, and trust me, they’ll go crazy over this fudge, too!

21. Almond Joy

I hated Almond Joy as a kid. As an adult, however, I can’t get enough of it. It’s why I love this fudge flavor to bits!

Chocolate fudge is made extra special with almonds and coconut. This treat truly brings (almond) joy to the world.

22. Salted Caramel

Give me anything flavored with salted caramel and I’m good. Fudge is no exception! 

There’s something truly special about the combination of sweet and salty! The balance of flavors is utter perfection.

23. Candy Cane

Looking for a festive Christmas treat? Candy cane fudge is the answer. 

First of all, how charming are these candies?! The combination of pink and white hue is just plain adorable.

The flavor is wonderfully sweet with a hint of spice. The crunchy candy cane bits add a lovely contrast to the smooth fudge, too.

24. Maple Sugar

Give fudge a sweet Canadian flair! 

Maple is wonderfully sweet with caramel and toffee undertones.

Thus, it’s not surprising that a bite of this maple fudge will take you to heaven.

25. Eggnog

What’s more Christmas-y than eggnog? Make your Christmas even more delightful with eggnog fudge.

You’ll love the combo of sweet chocolate and creamy eggnog.

The sprinkling of nutmeg on top gives it warmth. It’s a tasty and cozy holiday treat, indeed.

25 Fudge Flavors ( + Easy Recipes)

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25 Fudge Flavors ( + Easy Recipes)

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Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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