My old-fashioned peanut butter fudge recipe is a perennial favorite during the holidays. My sisters and I make batches of this easy peanut butter fudge to give away. But we don’t stop there. We go full tilt with four more favorite fudge recipes, from classic chocolate to peppermint candy cane. And we enjoy every sweet minute of it.
I wanted to share this old-fashioned peanut butter fudge recipe with you, along with our other special fudge recipes. Love peppermint? Make a batch of candy cane fudge. Maybe you’re a classic chocolate fudge aficionado. The five-minute chocolate fudge fills the bill. Add marshmallows, nuts, and raisins and you’ve created Rocky Road. Try white chocolate cranberry almond fudge for a gourmet treat.
These fudge recipes are inexpensive, easy (no thermometer needed), and quick to make. The bonus? All are good keepers. Pull a plate out of the refrigerator when unexpected guests arrive. Make a sample basket of different kinds to give. Or enjoy a piece with a cup of tea for an afternoon pick-me-up.
And don’t think of these recipes as edible gifts only. You can earn extra money selling fudge made from my old-fashioned peanut butter fudge recipe or any of the unique recipes. Selling homemade food is popular especially during the holidays when folks don’t have time to make treats like these. My friend Betty sells homemade pies from her mother’s easy pie recipes. One of my colleagues sells a no-knead artisan bread with a complimentary crock of homemade butter.
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