Easter Fudge with Jelly Beans is one of the best sweets, ever! The fudge literally melts in your mouth and leaves the delicious jelly beans to chew on and enjoy. This Easter jelly bean fudge recipe is the perfect sweet treat for your dessert table. Be sure to check out my Dessert Recipes for Easter for even more recipes!
This fun Easter dessert is one creamy white treat that everyone is going to love. Forget the Easter eggs this year and try this simple homemade fudge!
With just 5 easy ingredients needed, this white chocolate fudge will be a winning choice. Use the simple steps below to get started!
Easter Fudge with Jelly Beans
Making fudge is so much fun to do that it might pull away some of the excitement from the egg hunt! But don’t worry, once everyone grabs a piece of fudge from the prepared pan, they’ll be back to enjoying all the festive Easter activities asap!
My boys love when I make fudge and pairing the jelly beans up with this recipe makes for such a fun texture and taste! It’s the perfect combination of chewy with melt in your mouth.
Do you have to store fudge in the fridge?
You should actually not put fudge in the fridge, at all. The best way to store fudge is to store it in an airtight container and keep it stored at room temp.
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Make it a Meal:
Meal planning is the easiest way to stay on top of the meals for the week. It’s so simple and easy to do and it keeps everyone in the family in the know.
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Refreshing Drink: Carrot Milkshake
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Once you make this Homemade White Fudge Recipe, why stop? There are so many fudge flavors and so little time! Here are some of my favorite fudge recipes that I think you’ll love, too!
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Can you freeze fudge?
You can totally freeze fudge! Fudge is a great dessert to freeze and is simple to thaw and enjoy as well. You can enjoy half the batch and freeze the rest for later.
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Easter Fudge with Jelly Beans
The flavor of this Easter Fudge is the best! So rich and creamy!
- 1 bag of white chocolate chips
- ⅔ cups of sweetened condensed milk
- 2 cups of mini marshmallows
- ⅛ tsp of salt
- 1 ½ cup of jelly beans
Prepare the loaf pan by spraying with nonstick cooking spray. You can also line it with parchment paper.
Put 1/2 of the jelly beans on the bottom of the pan.
Grab a microwave-safe bowl and put the milk and 1/2 the jelly beans into it.
Put the bowl in the microwave and heat it uncovered for 30 seconds. Stir fast and let the heat melt the chocolate.
Add in the mini marshmallows and stir to coat them. Put the mixture back into the microwave in 15-second spurts. Be sure to stir after every 15 seconds pass. Don't overheat.
Add in the salt and vanilla.
Put the melted fudge over the jelly beans in the loaf pan and press it down with a spatula.
Add the rest of the jelly beans on top.
Put in the fridge overnight.
Let the fudge come to room temp before cutting. If you can't wait, run the knife under warm water before slicing it.
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