Here are seven fast and easy fudge recipes with four or fewer ingredients to make before Christmas.

Many of you probably already have your fudge made and possibly given out to friends and family.

But there are always going to be last-minute Christmas candy makers, and so I’ve discovered fast and easy recipes for you to try.

No-Fail Fudge With 3 Ingredients:

Tricia & Charlotte at The Salty Side Dish had this to say about their recipe: “Simply done, all you need is chocolate chips, condensed milk, and butter for a smooth chocolatey finish.”

Jack Daniels Whiskey Fudge:

Lisa at Simple Joy had this to say about her recipe: “This Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Fudge is your favorite liquor and chocolate COMBINED! Make this easy homemade fudge recipe with condensed milk in five minutes! It’s so fast and delicious. You won’t be able to eat just one piece.”

Peanut Butter Fudge:

Jamie at Scattered Thoughts Of A Crafty Mom had this to say of her recipe: “This Easy Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe with sweetened condensed milk is made with only 4 ingredients and can be whipped up in just about 10 minutes!”

White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge:

Dee at Meatloaf & Melodrama had this to say about her recipe: White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge uses only 4 ingredients and takes just minutes to make. It’s a quick and easy holiday treat that’s perfect for sharing!”

Butterscotch Fudge With 3 Ingredients:

Tammi at My Organized Chaos had this to say about her recipe: “This easy Butterscotch Fudge Recipe is simply the best! It takes only 3 Simple Ingredients and is a no-bake fudge recipe, which is even better. An effortless and delicious easy recipe!”

Three Ingredient Chocolate Coffee Fudge:

Helen at Fuss Free Flavors had this to say about her recipe:Rich, intense and delicious, this Three Ingredient Chocolate Coffee Fudge makes a big impression with very little effort and just three ingredients. Make in the microwave, slow cooker, or on the stovetop.”

Rocky Road Fudge:

Carrie at Desserts On A Dime had this to say about her recipe:Only 5 ingredients are needed to make Rocky road fudge. Lots of marshmallows, peanuts, and chocolate make this fudge heavenly.”


If you haven’t had time to make fudge, I hope you find a recipe here that you might like to try.

All these recipes look like winners to me and have few ingredients to make candy for Christmas.

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17 Comments

  1. I’m having trouble leaving a comment – hopefully this won’t show up three times! My husband would love the classic one. I thought the butterscotch would be my fave, until I got to the coffee fudge!

  2. My husband loves fudge. He’d love the classic one. Me? I thought the butterscotch would be my fave, until I got to the coffee fudge!

  3. Wow, these all look pretty amazing, but the best part is, they’re simple to make. I love recipes that are tasty and only have a few ingredients. Easy peasy. I’m definately going to have to try thre butterscotch ones. Thank you for finding these four us. Are you going to make any of them?

    1. Will have to see if I have time. Already ordered my groceries for this week and got them on Monday. Since I’m in the ankle cam boot, I can’t just run out for this and that from the store.

  4. I have never made fudge! I was thinking about making some this year and now I can using one of these recipes. I hope that you are staying safe and are getting excited for the move. I am so excited for you to be in a place with kind neighbors and people who care about the facility.

  5. Thanks for sharing this and reminding me …I usually make the easy 3 ingredient one if I make any….it all looks great. Have a Merry Christmas.

    1. I may have to break down and do that one and get supplies when I order from the grocery store next week. I can’t stand up long due to my ankle, so I’ve been focusing on making meals.

  6. Thank you for the recipes! I am going to make peppermint fudge, which I have never made before. I make the easy fudge except my recipe (off the Eagle Sweetened condensed milk can) has no butter in it. I think I will try it with butter and that should make it even smoother. I also make peanut butter fudge every Christmas, although my recipe is a little different with marshmallow creme in it. Yum! I will have to make it and hurry and give away most of it or I will eat too much of it! Merry Christmas to you and the kitties!

  7. Great fudge recipes Brenda.
    Specialty stores sell fudge at incredible prices. Often I would buy 2 or 3 pieces. It gets stale quickly. Maybe I’ll make a few 1/2 batches. Give to neighbors for gifts. Keeping it around is a big no!!!! I will eat it. Great treat with amytime cup of coffee!!
    Thanks ❤ for sharing Brenda.
    P. S. Your soon-to-be apartment move, is getting really exciting!!!
    We are all anxious to see your new place. 🏡

  8. Wow! I realized as I was reading through the suggestions that I’ve never made fudge – ever! It sounds so easy, I’ve got to try it. The fudge with the coffee in it sounds like a winner.

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