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by Sarah Steimer

Raw chocolate fudge with walnuts

This was my favorite fudge of the batch! Like Caitlin’s peppermint fudge from yesterday, this used a couple of special ingredients to stay a little more fluffy and less dense than fudge made with condensed milk.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Peppermint fudge

Lots of fudge recipes use sweetened condensed milk as a smooth, creamy base, but I liked that this recipe used melted marshmallows and whipping cream instead. The texture seems lighter and chewier, which I liked. And if you’re wondering how in the world even a sharp knife might cut through hard candy, just have a little faith and sharpen your knife immediately before you start. It’s easier than it sounds …

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by Sarah Steimer

Peanut butter fudge with chocolate chips

This fudge got a little crumbly on me, quite possibly because I used natural peanut butter. But you’re not the queen of England, you can tolerate a crumb or two.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Everyone's all about the salted caramel, but bring this salted, boozy butterscotch fudge to the cookie exchange this year and people will rave. It's a nice flavor combination surprise that makes a lot of sense. I suppose the nuts are optional here, but the bourbon is definitely not.

Everyone’s all about the salted caramel, but bring this salted, boozy butterscotch fudge to the cookie exchange this year and people will rave. It’s a nice flavor combination surprise that makes a lot of sense. I suppose the nuts are optional here, but the bourbon is definitely not.

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by Sarah Steimer

I took my fudge a step up and added a little crushed red pepper to the top. It's totally optional, but I love a nice, spicy chocolate.

I took my fudge a step up and added a little crushed red pepper to the top. It’s totally optional, but I love a nice, spicy chocolate. This is also a little bit of a nod to one of my favorite hot cocoa recipes from our 2011 Loving Cup guide.

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