8 Phenomenal Fudge Recipes In Honor Of National Fudge Day
Ah, June 16. It's a great day to be a glutton. It's National Fudge Day.
And there's no better way to honor this customizable dessert than by whipping up a batch of homemade fudge. When the "cooking process" basically consists of mixing yummy things in a bowl and pouring them into a pan, how could you not be into it?
Whether you want to keep it classic with plain chocolate, get crazy with chunks of candy or experiment with unexpected ingredients, we’ve got a recipe for you.
Check out 8 ridiculously delicious recipes below.
1. Galaxy Milky Way Fudge
For those of you craving a fudge that's truly out of this world.
2. Cookie Monster Fudge
For the kid in us all. No promises that your teeth won't be blue after consumption.
3. Honey Almond Fudge
Made with healthy ingredients like almonds and coconut oil, this fudge is a bit more wholesome. Replace the honey with agave or extra maple syrup if you want it to be completely vegan.
4. Maple Bacon Fudge
Breakfast meets dessert in this sweet and salty fudge.
5. White Chocolate Cookie Dough Fudge
This includes a recipe for egg-less cookie dough that's totally safe to eat raw, but we won't blame you for using store-bought dough instead.
Just feast your eyes on that toasty marshmallow gooeyness.
7. Reese's Peanut Butter Fudge
There are so many wonderful things to do with Reese's. This is one of them.
Beware: Like a bag of potato chips, this fudge has the power to disappear in minutes.