Cranberry orange fudge may seem like a seasonal treat, but thanks to dried cranberries, you can have it any time you want. Cranberry and...
I’m back again with another fudge recipe. I seriously hope that I have convinced you all that fudge is a year round treat, not just for the holidays! Go look through my archives and you will see so many recipes to inspire you!
And I know so many of you LOVE chocolate and peanut butter flavors together. I get that. I support you. I fully embrace that combo. Truly, I do. I love it too!
But just for a second, stop and envision today’s combination. Tart dried cranberries with a sweet citrus pop of flavor. It may not be the rich, decadent fudge your grandma made at Christmas every year, but this could be YOUR moment. YOUR recipe to share with family and friends.
I’m in a bad habit of requiring something sweet after dinner. Whether we are at home or a restaurant, I need dessert. I try to not let my kids know, but keeping a stash of fudge in my refrigerator is the perfect solution for me. I don’t need to go hog wild and devour 100 pieces (as much as I would love to some days), but one or two bites is just the right amount for me. Granted, this recipe makes 64 pieces of fudge, so I’m willing to share a few. Not all. Just a few.
You’ll understand my obsession with citrus fudge after giving this recipe a try. Then you’ll pass on the chocolate versions and head straight for my lemon meringue fudge recipe and orange Julius fudge recipe. You’ll be as addicted to that sweet bite of fudge after dinner every night.
Or you could make these for a family member or friend and not have the temptation in your home. You decide!
I love bringing fudge to pot lucks and bake sales. It’s something different than the usual brownies and cookies, and they are usually the first thing to get eaten! Who can resist?!
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