Fudge is one of the most delicious sweet treats ever. It is also so simple to make. We absolutely love it. But, do you know what is better than just fudge? Fudge paired with other foods and flavors!
Our favorite pairing with fudge has to be chocolate. They go so well together. The best combination of chocolate and fudge has to be in cookies. Who doesn’t love a chocolatey fudgy cookie?
We wanted to show our appreciation for chocolate fudge cookies. So to do this, we found some of the most delicious chocolate fudge cookie recipes out there. This way, we can all so our appreciation for this lovely combination and start making them.
These recipes are perfect for baking for friends and family, taking to events, or even just baking as a sweet treat for you at home.
Let’s look at these delicious chocolate fudge cookie recipes!
1. Soft Batch Double Chocolate Fudge Cookies
These cookies are perfect for those who love a fudgy or chewy textured cookie. The cookies have an intense chocolate fudge flavor.
Whilst the cookies do not have fudge chunks in them the recipe is similar to making fudge, which is why it has a chocolate fudge taste. There is less butter and more chocolate in this recipe compared to normal cookie recipes. Because of this, the end result allows for the cookie to taste like chocolate-flavored fudge.
This cookie recipe is available on bakerbynature.com. These cookies take a total of 56 minutes to bake. This includes preparation time, baking time, and any inactive time. This is great for those who want (or desperately need) to make cookies within the hour. These cookies will need to be cooked in an oven that has been preheated to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
From this recipe, you would be able to make a dozen cookies. These double chocolate fudge cookies have ten ingredients in them. The great thing about this is most of the ingredients are ones you might already have in your pantry. This is great for those spontaneous bakers!
2. Chocolate Fudge Crinkle Biscuits
These cookies are perfect when paired with a nice cup of coffee. When you’ve baked these cookies they have an addictive chocolate fudge flavor to them. If you are interested in baking these cookies, they are available on bbcgoodfood.com.
It takes 20 minutes to do the preparation for these cookies and 10 minutes to bake them. If you wish you can chill these cookies for an hour before baking them.
The greatest thing about this recipe is that, when you have made these cookies, you should have around 30 or 40 miny cookies. The recipe only has seven ingredients, most of which are pantry staples in many people’s houses. So, it would be a good idea to keep this recipe on hand for when you get a chocolate fudge craving.
We were really happy with this recipe as it is free from butter. Instead, the recipe calls for oil to be used. This is a great alternative for those who can only have butter in moderation.
3. Chocolate Fudge Cookies
This recipe is another classic chocolate fudge cookie recipe. The end result of this recipe is ending up with a soft, chewy, fudgy chocolate cookie. These cookies are thick and have chocolate chunks stuffed in them. Instead of having chocolate chips in this recipe, these cookies have chopped-up pieces of chocolate. That way, the cookies are filled with big chunks of chocolate, making them fudgier.
If you would like to make these chocolate fudge cookies, the recipe for them is available on
sweetestmenu.com. These cookies take around 50 minutes to prep following this recipe.
The best part is these chocolate fudge cookies only take 10 minutes to bake. This is great for those who can prep for these cookies quickly as you could have chocolate fudge cookies in less than an hour.
If you follow this recipe exactly, you should end up with 16 cookies. This is a great amount to share or keep for yourself. This recipe is fairly simple to follow and only has 11 ingredients.
4. Hot Fudge Cookies
Chocolate fudge cookies are great, but we’ve found something even better. Hot chocolate fudge cookies. These are the type of chocolate cookies that need to be eaten when they are warm. We’ve had hot chocolate fudge cake, now we need it in cookie form. Luckily for you, this recipe does that exactly.
Not only does this hot fudge cookie recipe introduce a new type of warmth into our lives, but this recipe also enhances the fudge flavor in chocolate fudge cookies. These cookies actually have fudge in them! The recipe calls for a jar of hot fudge sauce to be used. This enhances the flavor of the fudge and the chocolate, making these the perfect chocolate fudge cookie.
If you are interested in baking these hot fudge cookies, the recipe for them is available at totallythebomb.com. These cookies only take around 6 to 8 minutes to bake and they do not take long to prepare. You could definitely make these cookies in under an hour! Remember to let the cookies cool for 1 or 2 minutes before enjoying or the fudge center will be too hot.
5. Double Chocolate Peppermint Fudge Cookies
Now, who says it has to be plain chocolate fudge cookies? As I said before our favorite aspect of fudge, is that it pairs so well with other flavors. Chocolate is an obvious choice. Though chocolate also goes well with other flavors.
If you are interested in sprucing up your chocolate fudge cookies, look no further. Chocolate peppermint fudge is such a divine combination of flavors we couldn’t keep this recipe from you. These cookies have a chocolate base with a fudgy center and are topped with peppermint pieces for the perfect combination.
If you are interested in making double chocolate peppermint fudge cookies, the recipe is available at bakerbynature.com. These cookies are easy to make and are quick. It takes a total time of 1 hour and 25 minutes to make these cookies following the recipe.
It takes 10 minutes to prepare these cookies and 15 minutes to make them. However, you might find yourself inactive for around 1 hour when making these cookies as you have to bake one tray at a time and allow time for the cookies to cool.
6. Chocolate, Peanut Butter, And Fudge Cookies
Sticking with the theme of having multiple complementary flavors, we decided to include a classic combination. Peanut butter, chocolate, and fudge. This recipe uses all of these different flavors perfectly to create a cookie that is so addictive you’ll keep going back for more.
This is a great recipe for those who want to make cookies quickly as the recipe takes 30 minutes in total to make. That is split into 15 minutes preparation time and 15 minutes baking time.
This recipe actually includes pieces of fudge and you need chunks of it to go into the cookie. A tip for making the perfect cookie is to make sure that the peanut butter, fudge, and chocolate are all gluten-free.
The great thing about this recipe is you can adjust the cooking time slightly depending on how you like your cookies. If you prefer your cookies chewy, pull them out of the oven a few minutes earlier. However, if you like crunchy cookies, overcook them for a few minutes.
7. Vegan Fudge Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
When we were planning this list, we wanted everyone to be included. So we just had to include a vegan option. This recipe is just divine! Some people might think that because a recipe is vegan, it won’t taste the same. Well, this is the recipe to prove all those in doubt about vegan options wrong.
Not only are these cookies stuffed, but they are also crispy on the edges and chewy everywhere else. We have to focus on the fudge filling because this is another recipe that actually includes a form of fudge.
The recipe calls for fudge sauce to be used in the center of the cookie. The use of fudge sauce enhances that fudge flavoring. It also helps with the consistency of the cookie, making it taste exactly the same as a non-vegan alternative.
If you wish to make this cookie, the recipe is available at rainbownourishments.com. Following this recipe, you would be able to make 10 cookies. It would also take you a total time of 25 minutes to make these cookies, which includes the preparation time.
8. Fudge And White Choc Chip Cookies
Chocolate fudge is such a broad term. So we took advantage of that and decide to add a white chocolate fudge cookie recipe to the list. After all, chocolate is chocolate, right?
These cookies are the ideal choice for anyone that loves soft chewy white chocolate cookies. White chocolate is such a soothing flavor when it comes to cookies. Adding fudge pieces in the mix just elevates this comfort. The best part of these cookies is that they actually contain pieces of fudge. So when you bite into them you get a mix of the creamy white chocolate with the creamy sugariness of the fudge.
If you would like to make this recipe for fudge and white chocolate chip cookies, it is available at amummytoo.co.uk. The recipe takes a total time of 25 minutes to make. This time includes 15 minutes of preparation time. Following this recipe exactly will result in you ending up with 12 cookies.
9. Double Chocolate Fudge Cookies
The second to last recipe on this list for double chocolate fudge cookies is one of the fancier ones on this list. So far, we’ve included recipes with fairly simple ingredients in them. Although this recipe has doesn’t have complicated ingredients in it, it does have more of a variety.
This recipe has fudge chunks in it, both dark and milk chocolate chips in it, and chopped pecan nuts. This addition of pecan nuts completely elevates this recipe.
The pecan nuts are optional but if you do add them, they add the most delicious nutty flavor as well as a lovely crunchy bite. Having the pecan nuts in these cookies makes them extra special. It is always nice to see guests be surprised by the crunch of the pecan (do make sure they aren’t allergic before). The nutty flavor along with the fudge flavor make these cookies so much more sophisticated.
These cookies take 25 minutes to make and when you do make them you’ll end up with four dozen of them. This is great for feeding family and friends!
10. Gooey Double Chocolate Chip Fudge Cookies
Our last cookie recipe on this list is bringing it back to the classic flavors. This recipe is sophisticated and timeless. The recipe also has fudge chunks in the cookie which emphasizes the chocolate fudge flavor. What is a little bit different about this recipe is the addition of caramel essence. This brings a lovely sweetness to the cookies.
If you would like to make these cookies, the recipe is available at bbcgoodfood.com. Depending on how big you make the cookies, this recipe can make between 15 to 30 cookies. It takes a total of 20 minutes to make these cookies, including the preparation time.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Fudge?
Fudge is a creamy sweet. It is made with boiling milk, butter, and sugar. There can be different flavors that are added to the fudge, like chocolate.
How Do I Get My Cookies To Be Soft And Chewy?
This depends on the recipe you are following, but as a general rule don’t overcook your cookies as that will make them go hard. It is better to slightly undercook them, as long as the middle of the cookie is hot when you take it out. Furthermore, to prevent them from overcooking make sure refrigerate the dough balls 30 minutes prior to cooking them in the oven.
Sinking your teeth into a fudgey, chewy cookie accompanied for a glass of cold milk or coffee. What could be better? These fudge cookie recipes were made to comfort your soul after a breakup. Get baking and you shall be rewarded with the fresh, warming smell of fudgey goodness. We hope you’ve enjoyed this list and feel inspired to make some cookies!
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