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Creamy, Dreamy, Irresistible Fudge Gifts

Best Fudge Gifts to Go, Instructions for Freezing Fudge, and a Gourmet Fudge Recipe, too!

First and foremost, fudge is for sharing! It's the ultimate creamy, dreamy, chocolaty feel-good treat, so of course you want to share it with your friends, your mom, your kids, just about everyone! Fudge gifts are wonderful for giving at just about any occasion, too.

Check out all the fudgy happiness you can share!

Old Fashioned Fudge Favorites
What makes fudge old fashioned? That varies from person to person, but what stands out to us about this fudge is its dense richness, plus it's created in all our favorite childhood flavors - Salted Nut Roll, Rocky Road, Candy Cane, M&M, and Toffee, too! Click here to order!
Creamy Country Fudge
For those SUPER CREAMY Chocolate Cravings! If you like it smooth and creamy as can be, then Figi's Signature Creamy Country is your fudge of choice! It comes in 9 fabulous varieties including: Pecan Caramel Fudge, Double Chocolate Fudge, Chocolate Walnut, Maple Walnut, and layered varieties of mint, raspberry, vanilla, and peanut butter fudge.
Sugar Free Fudge
Sugar restricted snackers will LOVE you when you present them with this rare treat - fudge they can eat! It's smooth and creamy, just like our Signature Fudge, all that's missing is the sugar. Click here to order!
How Long Does Figi's Fudge Last?
Properly wrapped, your Figi's fudge will stay fresh for about two weeks. The key is to keep the smooth, sweet chocolate from drying out. Our fudge tins are designed to help the candy stay fresh and soft, so you can continue to enjoy every bite until the very last piece is gone! For best results, serve at room temperature. The candy will last even longer in the refrigerator.

Can You Freeze Fudge?
Fudge can generally be frozen for 6 months up to a year. Cut fudge and wrap the pieces in an air tight material such as aluminum foil. (Most plastic wraps are actually not air tight barriers). Place the pieces of wrapped fudge into a plastic freezer bag (in the amount that you want to defrost at one time) and store in the freezer.

How to Thaw Your Fudge
The most important element in freezing fudge is the thawing process. When you are ready to eat or serve your fudge, remove it from the freezer. Keep the fudge in the plastic bag and let it sit, at room temperature, for several hours until it has thawed. Then, remove the foil from the cut piece of fudge. If it is removed from the plastic bag before it has warmed to room temperature, moisture in the air will condense on the fudge, making the top layer sticky and soft.

Savor more fun fudge gifts
Our fudge comes in other configurations for holiday sharing. You can purchase heart-shaped tins of fudge for Valentine's Day, a fudge bunny for Easter, and a four-way fudge wheel gift for any occasion!

A fudge discussion just wouldn't be complete without a good fudge recipe, so here you go:

Classic Christmas Fudge Recipe

  • 1 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 tablespoons white corn syrup
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 8 tablespoons Hershey's cocoa
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 1/2 cup chopped walnuts

Butter the sides of a heavy pan and the sides and bottom of a round 8" cake pan. Set the cake pan aside.

Combine all ingredients except vanilla and nuts in the pan. Stir until sugar is dissolved and mixture starts to boil. Attach candy thermometer to the side of the pan so that the bulb is under the liquid but not touching bottom.

Cook until mixture reaches the soft ball stage. The temperature should reach 234° F. Test if it's done cooking by dribbling a small amount into cold water. The candy should form a ball, and it should hold its shape, but when removed from the water, it should soften and flatten.

Remove your pan from the heat and allow fudge to sit and cool until it reaches about 10° F. Now begin beating the fudge with the wooden spoon until it begins to lose its gloss.

When the fudge begins to stiffen, add vanilla and nuts. Pour into the buttered round cake pan. Try not to scrape the sides of the pan. Use a spatula to push the fudge out of the pan and into the cake pan. When the fudge has cooled, turn it out unto a plate and then turn over again onto a serving plate so that the pretty, glossy side will be up. Enjoy!

Recipe is adapted from Life 123.

We're sure you'll enjoy this fudge as much as we do, but if you prefer sensational fudge that's ready to go, Figi's Fudge is for you! SHOP NOW >