Lemon Meringue Fudge

If you love Lemon Meringue pie, this Lemon Meringue Fudge is even better. Sweet fudge topped with marshmallow “meringue”, lemon curd, and graham crackers!

Be sure to sign up for my email…new recipes in your inbox

Lemon Meringue Fudge: Delicious creamy lemon fudge topped with homemade lemon curd, marshmallows and crushed grahams @shugarysweets

Brace yourself. I’m about to make a declaration. An announcement. It’s huge.

Are you ready???

This Lemon Meringue Fudge is the best fudge I have ever made.”

I know. It’s hard to believe. I mean. I’ve made Root Beer Fudge. Cinnabon Fudge. Cookies and Cream Fudge. Strawberry Swirl Fudge. So many flavors of fudge. I even have a guide for how to make fudge.

But yes, this has to be my favorite. Granted, I’m a little partial because it’s lemon. With homemade lemon curd.

Want to make it yourself now? Visit Food Fanatic and check out my recipe for Lemon Meringue Fudge.

Then make it for yourself for Mother’s day. Or Father’s day. Or just because. You’ll understand.

Lemon Meringue Fudge: Delicious creamy lemon fudge topped with homemade lemon curd, marshmallows and crushed grahams @shugarysweets

**There may be affiliate links in this post! By clicking on them, or purchasing recommended items I may receive a small compensation. However, I only recommend products I love! Thank you for supporting Shugary Sweets! See my disclosure policy for more info**

68 comments on “Lemon Meringue Fudge”

  1. Patti Purwin

    Some family members are diabetic, do you have any recipes for them?

  2. Pretty excited about this! I like fudge, but I always feel like it needs something to cut through the sweetness, lemon is totally perfect (plus I love lemon) Can’t wait to try it out 🙂

  3. I think I will understand! Love lemon and these look divine!

  4. Looks like a winning recipe, for sure!

  5. WHOA–best thing ever? Blown away right now! Lemon and spring are meant to be together…just as this meringue fudge is meant to be on my dessert plate! Looks just fabulous.

  6. I also love lemon flavored things – gotta try this fudge soon!

  7. OMG!!!!! I don’t know what else to say.

  8. Love all things lemon! Especially with homemade lemon curd!

  9. this could easily make me a fudge lover:) gorgeous

  10. Liz

    This will probably be the best fudge I will try…can’t wait! 🙂

  11. Sarahjne

    Oh my where do I get this FUDGE…,!!

  12. Sarahjne

    Never mind… Da! Just saw the recipe-I am so BLIND TEE HEE HEE…

  13. I’ll eat lemon meringue ANYTHING. Yum!

  14. Wish I could just pop these little morsels into my mouth right now! Pinning these on my Oh Fudge board asap! (And bookmarking for a treat sooner than later!)

  15. Best Fudge You Have Ever Had?? Now that is a statement. Can’t wait to try it.

  16. If I could dream up my perfect fudge…THIS would be it.

  17. YOUR BEST FUDGE EVER?!? *swoons*

    Popping over to check it out now! 😀

  18. Is that so? I’ll only believe you IFFFF you send me a huge package of this fudge 🙂 It looks GLORIOUS and you know how I love my lemon!

  19. I really want to make this, it looks and sounds amazing! Lemon meringue fudge = a very good idea!

  20. Love lemon! This looks addictive!! Why not bring some to FBFOrl?

  21. I can see why this fudge recipe would be your new favorite! It looks like summer.

  22. jann jones

    @Patti Purwin, I, too, am diabetic, i adapt recipes with added sugar to stevia or splenda.. Just as good, and you really can’t tell. Good luck!=)

  23. That looks yummy! I love any dessert with citrus so I know I’ll love this.

  24. You are truly the queen of fudge! I love lemon and to have this in fudge form, is pretty darn awesome!

  25. I’m going to have to make this for my mom for Mother’s Day! She loves all things lemon and this fudge sounds incredible!

  26. Oh my this looks divine!! I need to try this fudge!!

  27. I sooo believe you! The fudge looks and sounds amazing!
    And the other fudges sound great as well! Yummyyyy!
    Hugs from

  28. I read “best fudge ever made” and had to see for myself. Wow it looks ridiculously rich and amazing. Must try this one.

  29. It definitely looks like it could be the best fudge ever so I’m sure it probably is!!

  30. Yup, you did it again. Knocked the fudge ball right out of the park. This looks totally delicious!!!!

  31. If this is the best fudge you’ve EVER made, I obviously NEED to try it ASAP.

  32. Oh wow, this fudge looks absolutely amazing, I am dying to try this!

  33. This looks incredible Aimee!!! Plus I am obsessed with lemon!! Pinned!

  34. These look so amazing! Love, love , love lemon!

  35. How awesome! These don’t even look ‘fudgy’! 🙂 They sound amazing!

  36. This fudge sounds amazing! Love it!

  37. What happened! I clicked on the link for that “taco quche” recipe, and got redirected to this site? However, this lemon meringue fudge recipe, looks tempting….dorothy from “crazy for crust” would be jealous.

  38. Shirley Ley

    Do you have a recipe for the home lemon curd?

  39. Oh I Love Lemon Meringue ANYTHING!! I cannot wait to try this fudge! Thanks and I love your blog <3

  40. Pingback: Foodies Network » Lemon Meringue Fudge

  41. Pingback: Lemon Poke Cake - Shugary Sweets

  42. Darlene

    wonder why it is so hard to find your recipes?
    Keep trying and it won’t show up and even if I try a different site and type in the information the recipe doesn’t show up…what’s happening there?
    You show it but won’t share the recipes….too hard to connect….very unfortunate….thanks!

  43. Pingback: Time To Sparkle #8 - Inside BruCrew Life

  44. Jen

    If you use home made marshmallow fluff using honey will it set up enough? I know the honey doesn’t freeze firm. Just wondering

  45. How about some reviews from people that have actually made and ate this! Please.

  46. am going to try to make like anything with lemon thanks

  47. This fudge is the bomb, it is the best that i have made, it is going to go on my menu for the dessert plate this season. I use to make the pie a lot, now it will be these little morsels. Yum thanks Aimee.

  48. Pingback: Easy Gumdrop Fudge Recipe

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.