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Top 3 Fall Fudge Recipes

Mmmm.....Fudge! I absolutely LOVE fudge! It really doesn't matter the flavor, ok so maybe peanut butter is my favorite. Followed closely by chocolate. Then Vanilla. I don't know why but fudge reminds me of cool crisp fall nights. I am pretty sure some of my favorite bloggers feel the same because I keep seeing fudge recipes fill my Facebook feed!  lol

I thought I would take the top 3 I have seen and share them with you today.

First up is this Pumpkin Pie Fudge from Sarah at Hope In Every Season. Oh man! That looks AMAZING! I love how you can see each speck of spice in the fudge. You can almost taste the yumminess just by looking at the picture!

Charlene from A Pinch of Joy shared this Candy Corn Fudge recipe last year and I just had to share it. Candy Corn is one of the best things about fall, we like to nix ours in with nuts. The salty sweet combo is AMAZING! After reading her recipe, this seems SUPER easy to make! I might whip some up this weekend, if I get a chance.

Last and CERTAINLY not least is this Apple Pie Fudge from Aimee at Shugary Sweets. Oh Aimee. Every day she posts the most AMAZING recipes that filter through my Facebook feed. EVERY DAY. Don't believe me? Check out her Facebook page, might be tempted to lick your computer screen!

Be sure to stop back by next week as I share my Grandpa's Fudge Recipe and share a few memories with you. In the meantime, be sure to check out this weeks Make Bake Create Party for more great fall recipes and craft ideas!

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