2 New Ways to Make Fudge + More Recipes

Last Updated June 12, 2017
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vegan almond fudge

When you hear "fudge" you think of delightful little squares of chocolate, maybe studded with walnuts. But there are other ways. Almonds, mochi, and balsamic vinegar make great fudge!

Mochi Fudge

Mochi Fudge
Mochi rice cakes are a soft, chewy treat (similar to marshmallows) made from rice. You can purchase them at some Asian specialty food stores or online at nuts.com.

Vegan Almond Fudge

vegan almond fudge
You might want to double the batch. These treats won't last very long.

Fudge Skillet Brownies on Talk of the Town

Top with ice cream and share with your sweetie. We suggest eating straight from the skillet. You can make one large brownies in a 10-inch skillet or 4 individual brownies in 6-inch skillets. Be sure...

Grilled Fig Sundaes with Balsamic Fudge

grilled fig sundae with balsamic fudge
Balsamic vinegar is transformed into a fudgy sauce for this sundae that brings savory flavors over to the sweet side. Use a good-quality...

Mexican Chocolate Fudge Pops

While traditional fudge pops are extremely tasty, I find them a bit lacking given their single flavor profile. By adding a bit of cinnamon and cayenne pepper, these fudgy pops pack a whole lot of...
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