Lemon Fudge Tangy lemon flavored fudge that’s smooth, creamy and a bright change of pace from other candies! It only takes five minutes and four ingredients to make this fudge! I’m pretty sure it could become your new favorite!
Lemon Fudge is such a welcome addition to my candy plates which happen to be filled with chocolate (20 Minutes Christmas Crack, Cinnamon Bear Fudge, and Gummy Bear Bark) and Caramels. I will always be in love with chocolate but sometimes you just need a little change of pace. Something just a little different to offset all that sweetness. Usually I’m all about chocolate…and only chocolate…but this Lemon Fudge, it’s GOOD!
We all have those friends who are fantastic cooks. These are the friends that we can’t wait to get Christmas goody plates from. You know, the plates you hide from your family for awhile. Several years ago my friend Klair brought a goody plate over and I haven’t forgotten the Lemon Fudge she included with several other yummy treats. It’s been on my list of things to make since then and I finally got around to trying it the other day.
My posts typically include step by step photos and instructions, but this Lemon Fudge recipe is so easy you don’t need them. And there are only 4 ingredients. That’s right. Just 4 simple ingredients!
Basically you melt a little butter, add dry lemon pudding and milk. Cook. Then add powdered sugar and stir. Press in a pan and you are done. Except for refrigerating. My kids were a little skeptical, you know since I’ve turned them into chocoholics. They fell in love with it!
If you are looking for something a little different than the usual holiday candies look no further. Lemon Fudge is such a bright and cheery change of pace. It’s pretty too. I’m pretty much already planning on making it for Easter too. Isn’t it perfect for that too? Make it now and again in the spring!


  • ½ c. butter
  • ½ c. milk
  • 2 small pkgs. lemon cook and serve pudding
  • 1 lb. powdered sugar (3¾ cups)


  1. Line a 9″x9″ pan with wax paper.
  2. Melt butter in a saucepan.
  3. Add milk and dry pudding.
  4. Continue cooking over medium heat for 1 minute, stirring constantly.
  5. Stir in powdered sugar.
  6. Press into prepared pan.
  7. Dust with powdered sugar, if desired.
  8. Refrigerate for a few hours. Cut into 1″ pieces.

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