Cape May: The Original Fudge Kitchen

The Original Fudge Kitchen is located pretty much anywhere convenient along the Jersey Shore. Still, I’m really partial to the one located in Washington Street Mall. It’s not that the other ones are worse, it’s just that I have fond memories of grabbing samples from that location since I was a little girl.

The Original Fudge Kitchen

I’m not even going to mince words with you here – The Original Fudge Kitchen has the best fudge. Ever. My sister and I polished off about two pounds between the two of us during our week-long stay at the shore. There was something so magical about evenings spent staying across the street from the beach, watching old black and white films, and gorging ourselves on delicious fudge. Those are the kind of memories that I’m going to carry with me forever.

The Original Fudge Kitchen in Cape May

Our first couple of days in we decided to pick out a pound of fudge. You get about 8 pieces in a pound. She chose plain chocolate and vanilla chocolate chip, while I went for Rocky Road. I’m just going to let the pictures do the talking here 😉

Fudge from The Original Fudge KitchenRocky Road FudgeVanilla Chocolate Chip Fudge

They’re all so good, I just can’t imagine going to Cape May and not buying up some of The Fudge Kitchen’s fudge. Rocky Road is my all-time favorite, but all the other flavors I’ve tried are equally as addictive. We ended up bringing home an additional two pounds for the rest of our family.

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, I definitely recommend their fudge – plus, they have an overwhelming variety for you to choose from. And if you’re not hitting the Jersey Shore anytime soon, you can actually buy their fudge online! We’re already planning on buying some for the holiday season!

If you have any questions about my Cape May experience, be sure to leave a comment below!


  1. Maria Iemma
    September 4, 2013 / 10:33 am

    I love fudge and when we visit the Jersey Shore I am always sure to go to Cape May and buy some fudge.
    My favorite is vanilla but my family prefers chocolate so we usually buy one pound of each. Yum

  2. john hutchens
    October 3, 2013 / 7:02 pm

    the fudge looks so good . I am visiting there soon so I will check out cape may

  3. Catalina K
    October 4, 2013 / 3:28 am

    I wish I lived in your area to be able to have access to these delicacies. I am planning on spending a summer holiday there, sometime within the following two years, and I will write down the name of the fabulous Fudge Kitchen. It’s good that in the meantime I can still indulge in the wonderful dessert by purchasing it online.

  4. Holly Uhler
    October 6, 2013 / 12:17 pm

    well I know where the fiance will drag me next time we hit atlantic city lol he loves fudge…. Personally I’d rather have salt water taffy

  5. Lizzi Grimes
    October 6, 2013 / 6:31 pm

    That looks heavenly! Rocky road fudge sounds delicious!

  6. October 8, 2013 / 11:02 pm

    Oh this fudge looks delish. I was at Cape May for a wedding a few years ago and always wanted to go back. I live in NW NJ and its a trek, When going to the shore, we always went to Seaside but Seaside has fallen on some hard times and what attracked me to Cape May was the amount of things to do and see. I will definately look for the fudge next time I’m down that way.

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