Eggnog Fudge

Eggnog Fudge is a better choice for your family cookie exchange. You’ll stand out because it’s awesome, and it’s NOT a cookie!

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Eggnog Fudge is a better choice for your family cookie exchange. You’ll stand out because it’s awesome, and it’s NOT a cookie!

Everyone does a cookie exchange this time of year, am I right? You go to someone’s house, you bring a designated sized batch of cookies (maybe 3 dozen), then you bring home a mix of 3 dozen cookies.

While the party itself is usually fun, hanging with friends and drinking wine or holiday punch, the cookies can be everywhere from delicious to disgusting.

I’ve brought home some that I just can’t eat, no matter how much dunking I do in my coffee. I think it’s because in my family, we have certain flavors of Christmas cookies we enjoy every year. It’s hard to veer off the well traveled path of cookie eating.

And one man’s Gingerbread cookie, is another man’s trash.

You know what I NEVER get sick of though?

Eggnog Fudge is a better choice for your family cookie exchange. You’ll stand out because it’s awesome, and it’s NOT a cookie!

Candy. Fudge, to be exact. You can’t go wrong, and the flavors are endless. Instead of sending my neighbors off with a plate of cookies, I make an assortment of fudge. And the best part is, I can make the fudge today, keep it in my fridge, then slice off pieces throughout the month.

I usually like to make about 6 different flavors and give a variety to people. And, because I always have some in my refrigerator, I have some ready when neighbors I rarely speak to show up with a plate of cookies!

Today’s Eggnog Fudge is delicious. Similar to these Eggnog Truffles, these creamy bites of fudge are the perfect treat for the holidays! Each pan makes about 64 pieces, so there is plenty to share!

My favorite assortment of fudge includes this Gingerbread Fudge, a classic Chocolate Fudge, Butterscotch Fudge, Butter Pecan Fudge, and so much more! I may even make a batch of English Toffee or Saltine Toffee to add to the candy plates!

ENJOY! Happy Holidays! Check out some of my other favorite candy recipes! Be sure to stop over at Food Fanatic to print the Eggnog Fudge recipe!

Eggnog Fudge is a better choice for your family cookie exchange. You’ll stand out because it’s awesome, and it’s NOT a cookie!

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Eggnog Fudge is a better choice for your family cookie exchange. You’ll stand out because it’s awesome, and it’s NOT a cookie!

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9 comments on “Eggnog Fudge”

  1. Rosa

    Do they have to be refrigerated?

  2. Eggnog and fudge…two of my favorite holiday things in one.  Love it!

  3. Ali

    Oooo these look good. I’m already planning on making your eggnog truffles though, so I might have to save these for next Christmas 🙂 Ty for the recipe!

  4. Erica

    I would have loved to look at other recipes BUT The pop up ads are killing me! I can’t read through the recipes without them popping up repeatedly!
    Please reconsider your ad location. The bottom Would be better and I would have stayed and looked around your site more.

  5. becky

    would have loved to try this recipe, but way too many ads 🙁 couldnt get anywhere….

  6. Anonymous

    Tried this recipe twice , tastes good but the consistency is more like taffy and it won’t set, no matter how long I leave it, well enough to cut into pieces. It’s just very sticky. 

  7. Sherrie Johnson

    How do you get the recipe for the Eggnog fudge?

  8. Pat

    After several hours..still not set ..too soft…taste good but not hard enough to cut???

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