If you have never had cake batter fudge, you are seriously missing out!
This Valentine’s Day Cake Mix Fudge combines boxed cake mix, butter, sweetened condensed milk, white chocolate chips, and a ton of sprinkles.
Easy to make and even easier to eat, you will be making this a go to candy recipe for years to come!
I think this recipe is so pretty – perfect for Valentine’s Day. But, since it is a neutral color, you could actually use this same base for any holiday. Just add the appropriate sprinkles and you are covered!
I mean really, who doesn’t love fudge? I think the white chocolate chips really make this fudge recipe unique… and delicious!
The following consumables are affiliate links on Amazon because they may be a bit hard to find in your normal store. I wanted you to be able to see exactly which things we are using. We also linked several ingredients in the recipe card to make it easier for you.
Pam – You can use any cooking spray you prefer for your prepared pan, I just like the one linked. You could even get a Miser and make your own!
Parchment Paper – Trust me, don’t skip the parchment paper.
If you prefer pink fudge for Valentine’s Day fudge, you can use a bit of food coloring. I prefer this food gel as it retains its color better, without having to use LOADS of it.
Reminder, not all ingredients in the Valentines Day Fudge Recipe are linked above, just the ones that may be a bit difficult to find or that you might be unsure of what to look for.
Must Have Resources:
When making cake mix fudge at home, you really need to have the following Amazon affiliate tools on hand.
Measuring Cups – These are my favorite!
Medium Saucepan – I made the mistake of purchasing sub-par pots and pans when I first got married. I knew better! Anyway, 2 years ago, I finally replaced all my crap pots with Farberware and couldn’t be happier. My mom has had her Farberware pots my entire life, I knew they were good, but I was cheap. Don’t be cheap. LOL!
9 x 9 Baking Dish -This Spring-form pan is ideal for perfect fudge edges!
Mixing Bowl – I got these for Christmas a couple years ago and am 100% in LOVE!
Spatula – Can a kitchen ever have too many spatulas to scrap and scoop?
Valentine’s Day Sweets:
One can never have too many sweets, right? Especially when it comes to Valentine’s Day treats! You and your special someone will love these sweets I picked out.
Buckeye Fudge Candy Recipe
This Buckeye Fudge Candy Recipe is a much easier version of the classic Christmas candy, Buckeyes. My 12 year old did the biggest bulk of this recipe and it was a major hit.
Delicious Layered Fudge with Red Velvet and White Chocolate
This Red Velvet Swirl Fudge makes the most perfect Valentine’s Day Fudge Recipe to share with your loved ones.
RECIPE: My Fantasy Fudge
A million years ago (when my mom was young) Kraft had an awesome Fantasy Fudge recipe on the back of their Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Crème jars that my mother swore by. They have since changed the recipe and I have changed it just a hair more.
More Cake Mix Recipes:
Since this Blueberry Cake Mix Cobbler uses canned blueberries, you can enjoy it any time of the year! It is even better with some vanilla ice creme on top.
This Cake Mix Chocolate Crinkle Cookies recipe from Simple Nourished Living just simply rocks!
Need more? Try one of these five ways to make cake mix better.
- Line a 9x9 baking dish with parchment paper and lightly spray with pam cooking spray
- Using a medium sauce pan, combine the sweetened condensed milk, butter, white chocolate chips over medium heat.
- Gradually stir until mixture is melted
- Once melted, remove from heat and mix in the cake mix and vanilla until combined
- Fold in 1/4 C of the sprinkles
- Scoop the fudge out of the pot and into the baking dish and top with remaining sprinkles
- Place the baking dish in the fridge over night before cutting into 1 inch squares.