A Christmas fudge wreath is a wonderful way to make the holiday a little more festive.
I can almost guarantee that your family and friends will feel extra special if you take the time to prepare this delicious Christmas fudge recipe.
This particular chocolate fudge wreath is quick and easy to assemble, but doesn't look like it.
In fact, the finished masterpiece looks like you really labored over it.
I love those kinds of recipes, don't you? :)
You can certainly follow this recipe just as it is, but if you are looking for a slightly different twist, consider some of the variations that I have included at the bottom of the page.
You might even come up with some variations of your own. If you do, please do share them with us. We'd love to see your own finished fudge wreath when you've got it made.
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Without further ado, here are the simple instructions for assembling your edible Christmas wreath.
Substitute the chocolate chips with white chocolate chips, 1 1/2-ounce bag plus 1 cup. Substitute 1 to 1 1/2 cups of shelled natural pistachio nuts for walnuts. Substitute 1/2 cup dried sweetened cranberries for currants.
Swap butterscotch for peanut butter chips. Swap large whole peanuts for walnuts used in original recipe (such as peeled Virginia Peanuts. Swap 1/2 cup large raisins for currants in original recipe.
Do you have any tried and true homemade Christmas recipes? I'd love to give them a try! From one sweet tooth to another, "Hand 'em over!"
Maybe you'd just like to tell us about an amazingly delicious treat you tasted and never forgot, or a clever gift idea or Christmas activity. I'm all ears. Do tell...