Your favorite holiday drink — creamy with strong notes of cinnamon and nutmeg — is now contained in a sweet dessert offering that is perfect for your holiday dessert table (or any time during the year you find yourself with an eggnog craving).
While this recipe sounds simple, the buttery taste is unlike any fudge you’ve ever tried. Enjoy this fudge in small doses because its almost-cake batter taste is super rich.For more recipes like this one, visit: http://wholesomesweet.com/recipe/
All the delicious flavor of an orange creamsicle ice cream pop without any of the mess. Enjoy this creamy, orange fudge for dessert. Recipe and photo courtesy of FamilyFun magazine. Photography by Joe Polillio.
The pleasant heat of ginger coupled with nutmeg gives this white chocolate fudge with nuts its decadent gingerbread flavor.This recipe is from from Pastry Chef Brittani Szczecina of the AAA Four Diamond Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa.
Bittersweet chocolate and espresso powder give this fudge recipe its characteristic mocha flavor. Sprinkle with a little fleur de sel before chilling to add a hint of salt to this intensely flavored fudge.
Microwave fudge couldn’t be simpler. Just melt the ingredients together, and chill to make this delicious chocolate fudge. Customize your fudge by stirring in add-ins like toffee, candied bacon, or candied orange peel.
Crisp, toffee bits dot this delicious, super sweet fudge that will give any who taste it a much deserved sugar rush. If you prefer white or milk chocolate, feel free to swap out the dark chocolate in the recipe.
It couldn’t be called famous fudge without good reason — this fudge is sweet, creamy, and crunchy for the ultimate fudge trifecta.For more recipes like this one, visit: http://wholesomesweet.com/recipe/