Each recipe has a card at the end of the blog post. Click on the gray "PRINT" button under the image in the card.
Often, we include options for substitutions and variations in the fudge recipes that we have tested. Otherwise, we recommend you make our recipes as written. However, you're always welcome to contact us with ideas so we can offer best practices.
We moderate the comments on our site to filter spam, so it may take a few days to read the comments and respond. We appreciate comments, both good and bad, so we know how our fudge recipes work for you. If you do not see your comment and have a more urgent question, reach out to us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org or Meaghan at email@example.com) as we may be able to get back to you more quickly. Please note comments with hyperlinks, spam, or unnecessarily rude comments will be deleted.
If you followed the recipe exactly without making substitutions, but your recipe still did not work, feel free to contact us, and we will do our best to troubleshoot to figure out what went wrong. It's important to note ingredients vary greatly among brands. Some sweetened condensed milks are thicker than others. Chocolate is also quite temperamental, and we see differences in how brands melt. Be sure to read our tips within each recipe that calls for chocolate. You can also read Beth's Chocolate Making Tips on her Hungry Happenings blog for detailed information about chocolate.
We include the calorie count for each of our fudge recipes in the recipe card at the bottom of the blog post. If you'd like detailed nutritional information, copy and paste our ingredient list into an online nutritional calculator. Please note, these calculators use estimates.
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Meaghan and Beth exclusively create all of the recipes for HowToMakeEasyFudge.com. Each post is created with our specific skill sets, so we do not accept guest posts.
Yes, both Beth and Meaghan have worked professionally in bakeries and confectionary stores, and have extensive experience working with brands.
You can reach out to us to discuss our rates for recipe development at Meaghan at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
We are open to creating easy fudge recipes using branded products and would be happy to discuss our sponsored post rates.
You can reach Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org or Meaghan at email@example.com.