Salted Pumpkin Fudge Recipe
If you love salted caramel treats, then you must try salted pumpkin fudge! My husband and I disagree on the whole “salted” obsession. I love it. He isn’t so sure but I’m slowly moving him over to the dark side one treat at a time. He even loved this salted pumpkin fudge. It’s the perfect combination of my love for pumpkin in the fall and salted yummy-ness. Fudge is naturally a very sweet and rich treat so the salt on top is the perfect touch. I created the recipe for Homes.com and you can hop over here and grab it! You won’t regret it!
Get my recipe for salted pumpkin fudge here!
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This looks sooo delicious…can’t wait to try it!
Ummm…woah! I love me some salted caramel, but salted pumpkin? That’s pure genius!!
This is so going on my my to make list right now!!!! Yum yum yum.
Thanks so much! It’s yum!
Salted pumpkin?! Never thought of combining the two, but I sure do love salted caramel. And fudge.
This fudge looks crazy delicious! I love it!
Interesting idea! This pumpkin fudge looks heavenly delicious! I love that time of the year when pumpkins are everywhere!
Silly question….I have evaporated milk and I have sweetened condensed milk, but I have never seen evaporated condensed milk…which is used for this recipe? Thanks.
Sorry, one more thought..the recipe reads “1 1/2 oz. pkg of white chocolate chips”. Obviously there are no .5 oz pkg’s so not sure if you meant 1/2 package (6 oz) 0r 1.5 ounces of chips. Thanks
or 1 – 12 oz. package of white chocolate chips?
I looked on another link about pumpkin fudge and it was very similar. They said, evaporated milk, and instead of marshmallow cream, 7 oz of mini marshmallows = 3 cups. And theirs included 9 oz. of white chocolate chips, so I’m assuming this one is 12 oz. of chips, not .5 oz. or 1/2 a bag (6 oz). I think the slash (/) was added by mistake.
The link for the recipe is broken!
Hi Lanette! So sorry about that! It was an older recipe and looks like the link over broke. Here it is and I updated the post: http://www.homes.com/blog/2014/10/salted-pumpkin-fudge-recipe/