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Chocolate Nutella Peanut Butter Fudge and a Fudge Blog Hop

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I tend to make something that is super simple and really amazing. I will be so proud of myself and share it with my neighbors, my family and friends. I'll then forget all about the wonderful and easy recipe. Recipes like fudge.


What happened to me and why haven’t I made any fudge since last year? It sometimes is mind boggling that it is so simple to put together and brings such pleasure to its recipients. I avoid it and rarely think about it.
I also used to make quite a few things with Nutella. That also came to a crashing halt. It got to be a little Nutella insane over here in my kitchen.


This fudge was one of the examples of the insanity that went on with Nutella. One of my most liked posts the last two years, I thought about revisiting it today with some other amazing fudge recipes from a couple of my sweet friends.

I also thought so much about fudge I dedicated a Pinterest board to it. If you are a fudge fiend, run over to check it out and get some ideas. There are over 50 fudge ideas to maybe inspire you to make some. ;)

                               Chocolate Nutella Peanut Butter Fudge
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Now on to some of these fabulous fudge recipes.

Salted Caramel Brownie Fudge from Kristina at Spabettie. My head is spinning in fudge ecstasy. My weakness is caramel and chocolate. But salted-oh my!

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Cream Cheese Brownie Fudge from Kristina at Spabettie. Cream cheese and fudge together. Thank you. I will take a bite.
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Quick and Easy Microwave Fudge from Kristina at Spabettie. Kristina made this vegan with almond milk and Earth Balance margarine. Amazing!

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Lizzy at That Skinny Chick Can Bake makes this amazing Holiday Fudge every year. Looks like a keeper!

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Dark Chocolate Peppermint Fudge was a hit when I made it for some holiday parties last Christmas time.

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Some other fantastic fudge ideas I found:

Joy the Baker’s Peanut Butter Fudge Treats
Elana’s Pantry Vegan (and low sugar)Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Alexandria Joy’s Pumpkin Fudge
Then I headed to Pinterest for some fudge inspiration.
This fudge got over 1600 pins! From the Idea Room Hershey’s Fudge
over 6,000 pins on this Snickers Fudge-holy fudge wow! Daffodil Lane posted it originally on Flickr.
Sprinkle Fudge-Yes, please! Funfetti Cake Batter Fudge from Pursuit of Hippieness

Have fun exploring these delicious fudge ideas. If you are on Pinterest, come over to see my Fudge board.

I obviously cannot find all the wonderful fudge recipes out there in one day. I would LOVE to see yours!

If you have a fudge post you’d like me to pin to my fudge board, link it up below.

Happy baking! xo
Lora



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24 comments

  1. Mmmmmmm....I can't let my kids see your post or they'll be begging me to make fudge! Katie would LOVE yours...yummy!

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  2. Fudge is pretty new to me. We never had that in our childhood and its not that common in europe. At least I know what it tastes like. ^.^

    since my knowledge is so limited around fudge and because I dont see it that often, I have never attempted to make some in the past.

    In the same time I am happy that u linked some other fudge recipes here so I have an idea what else can be made, flavor wise. =)

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  3. Look at all that fudge! In my family, this was a splurge and we only had it around the holidays :-)

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  4. Lora you've found the way to my heart! Oh MAN your fudge looks amazing. We'll have to try it soon!

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  5. yum yum yum YUM YUUUUUM! I love that it is "fudge season"... yes, I could totally eat fudge year 'round, but don't really get into making it until the cooler (COZY) months...

    the first one I'll make this year? yours - this sounds amazingly perfect!

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  6. You have lot of wonderful bakes Lora, everything looks delicious.

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  7. Ellerinize sağlık, çok güzel ve iştah açıcı görünüyor.

    Saygılar.

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  8. Oh man....soooo many delicious looking fudge recipes! I don't know where to start! :)

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  9. Oh man....soooo many delicious looking fudge recipes! I don't know where to start! :)

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  10. Such a great list of fudge post, Lora! Good thing I stayed away from the yummy Chocolate Nutella PB Fudge you made, or I wouldn't be able to stop eating just one, for sure.
    Each and every fudge and photo looks fabulous:)xo

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  11. I agree with your mom, it's a great list of fudge. They all looks delicious. The nutella recipe is so tempting.

    Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  12. What beautiful fudges! They are just irresistible!

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  13. Great fudge round-up, Lora. I like fudge, but I can only take one bite, two at the most, because it's usually too sweet and dense for me. However..nutella and peanut butter? I think I can manage to scarf a whole piece or two of yours!

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  14. Oh my goodnessssss!!! The title alone made my heart skip a beat and my mouth water... I need to go and whip up a batch of fudge after seeing all of this deliciousness!

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  15. Oh, Nutella peanut butter fudge?! Yes, please!!! (Thanks for all the mouth-watering links too!)

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  16. Well, how can you go wrong with this pairing! This is the best looking fudge I've seen!

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  17. What a gorgeous round up, Lora! I can't wait to try some of these delicious recipes.

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  18. I've never made fudge! I'm going to have rectify that soon! what a great collection of recipes!

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  19. A fudge board! Now I'm getting excited for my holiday baking;-)

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  20. I love fudge. Like an unhealthy kind of love. It's so addictive.

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