This easy Egg Nog Fudge Recipe is just what the holiday season needs. Not only is it creamy and delicious, but it’s fast, too! Be sure to check out my Easy Fudge Recipes for even more yummy options.
If you’re a fan of the flavor of egg nog, get ready to love this simple combination. It’s a great way to combine that traditional holiday flavor with a melt-in-your-mouth texture. Good thing it makes a large batch – because it’s going to go fast!
The fun thing about this fudge recipe is that it’s lighter and lighter in color than typical fudge recipes. This is because of the marshmallow creme and white chocolate chips, which are so rich and delicious!
If you make this homemade fudge during the holiday season, there’s a good chance that everyone will go crazy for it. It is just such a unique flavor that they won’t be able to resist.
Delicious Egg Nog Fudge Recipe
I tend to make fudge quite a bit, and I think I’ve figured out why. Once the end of the year rolls around, I like to give my oven a break.
Since I only have to use the microwave as my “major” appliance in this fudge dish, it’s a simple way to fill the house with a yummy scent but none of the heat from the stove. (that also means I can use the stove for other recipes as needed, too!)
My boy’s LOVE fudge. This is why I have so many fudge recipes that I share with all of you. I love being able to walk through the kitchen and grab a piece of fudge – which means I often walk through the kitchen!
Can you overcook fudge?
Fudge is a candy made by boiling sugar and milk, then cooling and stirring until it becomes thick and creamy. The final product is typically a soft, smooth, and flavorful treat.
However, it is possible to overcook fudge. If the sugar and milk are boiled for too long, the mixture can become grainy and tough.
Additionally, if the fudge is not cooled properly, it can be sticky and difficult to work with. In general, it is best to err on the side of caution when making fudge, as it is very easy to overcook this type of candy.
By following a recipe carefully and paying close attention to the cooking process, you can avoid overcooking your fudge and ensure that your finished product is delicious and enjoyable.
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Make it a Meal:
Meal planning is such a simple method to get organized quickly at home. The best part about meal planning is that it shows everyone in the family what to expect.
My boys love that I meal plan because they never have to waste time asking me what’s for dinner. It’s all listed out for them to see!
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Vegetable Side: Asparagus Spirals
Starch Side: Frank’s RedHot Kickin’ BBQ Stuffed Potatoes
Refreshing Drink: Delicious Green Mocktail Recipe
Best Fudge Recipes:
Once you make this Creamy White Chocolate Recipe, make more fudge! You can never have too many homemade fudge recipes.
I’ve gathered up some of my best fudge recipes that I think you’ll also love! Check them out and let me know what you think.
The flavor of this OREO White Chocolate Fudge Recipe will have you grabbing for another piece asap!
I’m pretty much obsessed with this Winter Wonderland Fudge Recipe during the holiday season.
Check out this simple 4-ingredient fudge recipe!
Whip up this fudge sauce for your next holiday dessert!
Check out this awesome and easy Fudge Poke Cake with Peanut Butter!
When I make this Mint Chocolate Fudge Recipe, I crave just “one more piece.”
Grab a piece or two of this Easy Red Velvet Fudge Recipe! You won’t regret it.
How do I make leftover fudge last?
Fudge is a delicious confectionary treat that can be made with various flavors and ingredients. Unfortunately, fudge can also be quite expensive and often goes to waste when people do not finish the entire batch. However, a few simple tips can help you make your leftover fudge last longer.
First, store the fudge in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. This will help to prevent the fudge from drying out or becoming moldy.
Second, try cutting the fudge into smaller pieces to enjoy it over a longer period.
Finally, if your fudge has become hard or crumbly, microwave it for a few seconds to restore its original texture.
Following these simple tips, you can enjoy delicious fudge for weeks or even months after making it.
More Egg Nog Recipes:
- 2 cups granulated sugar
- ½ cup of unsalted butter
- ¾ cup ofeggnog
- Pinch of salt
- 10½ ounces of white chocolate chips
- ½ teaspoon of nutmeg
- 7 ounces marshmallow fluff
- 1 tsp rum extract (this can be optional)
- Gel Food Colors
- Add parchment paper to an 8-inch pan. (you can trim the parchment paper if needed to fit the pan better)
- Mix the eggnog, sugar, butter, and salt into a saucepan and bring the mixture to a boil of medium-high heat.
- Make sure that you stir the entire time, so it doesn't burn. Burn the mixture until all the sugar is dissolved, which will take about 8-10 minutes.
- Check the temperature using a candy thermometer. It's ready to take off the stove once it reaches 230 degrees.
- Stir in the nutmeg and white chocolate until the mixture is smooth. (if it cools, put it back on the stove and stir over low heat)
- After that, stir in the fluff and rum extract, if using.
- Let the mixture cool at room temp for 60 minutes.
- Then put the mixture in the fridge overnight. (7-8 hours)
- Cut into 12 large squares for serving.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 384Total Fat: 16gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 26mgSodium: 48mgCarbohydrates: 62gFiber: 0gSugar: 57gProtein: 2g
This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix on 11/30/2022
Can you believe that making fudge is really this simple? Come back and tell me what you think after you make your first batch!