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Every day is a good day to eat fudge.
How can you even be stressed out when there is fudge to be made and eaten? Seriously, fudge has got to be one of the easiest candies to make. Even if you put a gazillion different ingredients into your batch it is still very easy to make. I love this almond toffee fudge!
I plan to make a few batches of this yumminess for the holidays this year. My husband and kids are really excited about this because they love them some fudgy goodness 🙂
I’m super excited that I came across this recipe over on the Simply Southern Mom Blog! If you’d like to get the details on how to make this wonderful recipe please hop on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of Simply Southern Mom.
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Quick Tip: This fudge recipe is very easy to double.