Pineapple Upside Down Cake Fudge — 100 Comments

  1. Low-fat eggnog with grated nutmeg is my favorite Christmas drink. For cookies, it would be Christmas Chocolate Crinkles. For pies, I love mincemeat!

  2. That pineapple upside down cake fudge looks delightful..I may have to try it out! I don’t know if I have a favorite holiday treat, because there are so many tasty goodies, from pecan pie and pecan logs to cheeseballs and summer sausage. I make pumpkin pies and butterscotch layered desserts every year.

  3. I enjoy making gingerbread people each Christmas. I have fun decorating each one into a unique boy, girl or mom or dad! I use homemade icing, if I can, and I use small candies or fruits (i.e, raisins) to create eyes with texture! 🙂 Baking, for me, is quite fun!

  4. I love fruitcake. Not many people do but I really love fruitcake. I make it almost every year, if I don’t make a fruitcake then I make fruitcake cookies.

  5. I always make Fudge! Another thing I like making is using Christmas Cookie Cutters & Flour Tortillas…cutting them out, brushing with melted butter, sprinkling them with cinnamon sugar and baking them. They always turn out so good!

  6. I love eggnog at Christmas. We make Martha Washington candies each year. Those flavorings would be great to change them up a bit.

  7. Walnut Fudge, I make it every year along with new recipes I have run across, and with all the recipes you have shared I shouldn’t have a problem finding new ideas this year.

  8. I do make my go to sugar cookies, peanut butter blossoms, and chocolate dipped pretzels every year but I love to add new things too each holiday season.

  9. Chocolate chip for hubby and sugar cookies and peanut butter cookies are a must. I do change up on the toppings every year. Love a good eggnog too.

  10. I come from New Mexico so I make biscochitos every year. There is nothing like a good homemade, tradition for the holidays. Your fudge recipe looks awesome, will have to try it. Thank you for sharing.

    Happy Holidays to you and yours.

  11. We make so many it is difficult to choose but I think toffee, chex mix, and muddy buddies are a must every year. And fudge of course.

  12. My favorite Christmas baked good is my grandmothers peanut butter fudge. She makes it every Christmas. I look forward to it every year.

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