National Fudge Day: Best Types of Fudge

Posted by Nate Wek on

Top-10 favorite types of Fudge

1. Cranberry

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2. Three-Chocolate

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3. Marbled Orange

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4. Cookies n' Cream

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5. Root Beer Float

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6. Microwave Marshmallow

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7. Pecan Toffee

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8. Peppermint Swirl

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9. Butterscotch Peanut

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10. Mocha Nut

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KCTS, the Public Television affiliate in Seattle, Washington, did a special on fudge in 2001. In this video, Stephanie Hagerty-Moening describes how to make mashed potato fudge.

What is your favorite kind of fudge?

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