Thank you so much for stopping by our How To Make Easy Fudge site. We are so happy to share with you all that we have learned about making fudge so that you can use our recipes and know they will turn out great each and every time.
Our goal here is to share easy fudge recipes that you can use to make homemade candy that your whole family will love. We’ll also share tips and tricks for packaging and shipping fudge and dressing it up to give as gifts. If you have any questions please to not hesitate to reach out to either of us.
Learn more about us below.
Meaghan and Beth
Meaghan Mountford, blogger & cookbook author
Welcome! I’m Meaghan, the fun food crafter and blogger from The Decorated Cookie. I have been creating decorated sweets and treats professionally for over twenty years (wow, time flies when you’re making dessert). After spending a decade decorating incredibly detailed and complicated cookies for clients–think pets, yoga poses, major appliances, and even major organs decorated with icing–I focused my blog on easy, accessible treats anyone can make. And now, this site is all about easy, accessible fudge anyone can make. You don’t need to be an expert candy maker to create crazy delicious fudge!
In addition to the years accruing knowledge of all things sweet, I have an MFA in Literature and an MA in Liberal Arts. I live in Washington DC with my husband, my two young daughters, and four cats. Which means, I’m a busy working mom with no time at all. That’s why I’m so passionate about creating fun, EASY desserts. I don’t want you to have any trouble with any recipe, and I want them to work perfectly for you (and quickly) every time.
I’m also the author of two books, Cookie Sensations (from so long ago, it may be extinct) and Sugarlicious: 50 Cute and Clever Treats for Every Occasion. Feel free to contact me with any questions you have!
I take this “easy, accessible” dessert-making seriously, as you can see on my blog. Anyone can whip up this rainbow s’mores dip in minutes. Or turn marshmallows into superheros. Or just as easily into unicorns. Anyone can pipe rainbow frosting on cupcakes that look store-bought, or wow friends with this easy floral chocolate bark. Or make your own emoji candy pops in minutes. You can also use candy to make zombies in minutes. I have the easiest, best cookie decorating recipes. If you’re a kid of the ’80s, like me, you’ll love the ’80s themed desserts, like these Pac-Man cookies. I’m also no stranger to booze. And fudge. Specifically, the awesome 3-ingredient boozy fudge recipe I created that works with just about any booze (gin fudge, vodka fudge, tequila fudge, Schnapp’s, anything).
Beth Jackson Klosterboer, blogger & cookbook author
Hi, I’m Beth, and I am so excited to teach you all I know about making easy fudge. I have been a professional chocolatier for over 30 years (yes, I’m that old!) and teaching others to make homemade candy is a passion of mine. I started by offering candy making parties at my retail candy stores back in the 1980’s. Over the years, I’ve had the pleasure of inspiring over 1000 students to get into the kitchen and have some fun.
Candy making, and particularly fudge making, does not have to be challenging. There are so many amazing recipes using as few as two ingredients that we are sharing with you here. Once you try these homemade fudge recipes I am positive you will agree that they rival any fudge you’ve ever tasted before.
I am also the fun food craft creator at HungryHappenings.com. I love to design festively decorated treats and snacks for holidays and special occasions and I share detailed step-by-step tutorials and videos showing how you can recreate these recipes at home. I love using easy fudge recipes to make fun fudge treats like fudge bunnies for easter, peanut butter fudge starfish for summer cute fudge rocks for Valentine’s Day, creme de menthe fudge shamrocks for St. Patrick’s Day, poop emoji fudge for anytime you thing “love stinks,” cookies ‘n cream fudge garden stones for Mother’s Day, pink fuzzy slipper cookies for slumber parties or baby showers, conversation heart fudge for Valentine’s Day, fudge trees for Christmas, smiley face emoji fudge for any day, dad’s fudge rocks for Father’s Day, and fudgy red, white, and blue stars for the 4th of July.
You can see over 40 fun fudge creations over on the Hungry Happenings blog.
I am the author of two books, Candy Clay Creations and Hungry Halloween, and am always open to answering your questions about candy making or baking, so be sure to stop by Hungry Happenings and take a look around.
If you would like to work with Meaghan and Beth or you have questions about candy making please feel free to reach out.