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Homemade fudge is enjoyed year round, but the upcoming holidays will require some great new recipes for your personal collection.

We have hand selected 20 Best of the Best Homemade Fudge recipes like Creamy Chocolate Sour Cream Fudge, The Old Country House Fudge, Creamy Chocolaty Guilt-Free Fudge, Smooth N Nutty Double Chocolate Fudge, Buttery Cocoa Cinnamon Fudge, Nutty Marshmallow Eggnog Fudge, Sweet Love Fudge Drops and many more from the Chefs Secret Vault. Your friends and family will think you've been taking gourmet cooking lessons. Add some delicious recipes to your personal favorites today!

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ISBN: 9781465800480
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