Simple homemade fudge recipes like this White Chocolate Holiday Fudge make edible holiday gifts so easy. Just 3 ingredients & a few minutes is all it takes.
White Chocolate Fudge
WOW – Christmas is tomorrow. How is that possible? That means that today the hubs comes home & I’m spending the day working on the last minute recipes to enjoy tomorrow.
One of my favorite treats during the holiday season is fudge. We have been sharing a whole heck of a lot of it here this year. Just can’t help myself. I have made so many batches & I have so much to share with you. I didn’t even get around to sharing it all this season.
So I guess next year you will be in for more delicious fudge recipes come holiday time. I’m already looking forward to it.
I found these holiday colored sixlets at my local Winco Foods here in town. They have the best bulk item section. It’s not uncommon for me to spend the bulk of my trip wandering this section & loading my cart.
When I saw the holiday colors in these tasty little candies I knew I had to grab some. I immediately wanted to top them on some fudge because look how pretty they are!!! I just love them.
For this recipe I chose our simple 3-ingredient white chocolate fudge. Then I topped it with Christmas colored sixlets- it’s that simple. With it being this easy it makes it quick to knock out all you neighbor gifts in just a few minutes.
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White Chocolate Holiday Fudge
- 2 cups white chocolate chips
- 6 oz sweetened condensed milk
- 1-2 cups holiday sixlets
- Line an 8×8 dish with parchment paper & spritz lightly with cooking spray
- In a medium glass bowl, combine the chocolate chips & the sweetened condensed milk
- Microwave on 50% heat in 30 second intervals until fully melted & combined- be sure to stir well in-between each interval.
- Transfer melted mixture into prepared pan
- Sprinkle on your sixlets & press in slightly
- Refrigerate for at least 4-6 hours to set or freeze 2-4 (allow to thaw 30 min before cutting)
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You definitely have to make this for all your holiday gatherings this year!
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