This Winter Wonderland Fudge Recipe will take away all the cold weather woes. This winter fudge is really one of my favorite holiday treats. If you want a sweet treat for family and friends, you’re not going to want to miss out on this one. While you’re at it, make sure to check out the rest of my Easy Fudge Recipes for more yummy ideas!
Use this homemade fudge recipe as a way to wind down and snack on a truly tasty treat. It’s really quite fun to make, too!
The melted chocolate creates the creamy texture and taste that we all love and enjoy. The more that you can make, the more that you can take nibbles whenever you want!
Winter Wonderland Fudge Recipe
The key to making smooth and creamy fudge and to make sure to have all the ingredients on hand before getting started. This will make the process go smoothly and not have you scrambling to look for things. The recipe does tell you to melt the chocolate in a stove method but you can also use a microwave-safe bowl as well. You just have to be sure to pay attention so it doesn’t burn.
I promise you that once you make this fudge recipe, it’s going to go fast! Everyone in the family will be gobbling it down as soon as you make it. It’s really, really good!
How do you store fudge?
I like to store my fudge in the fridge, but room temperature in an airtight container is fine as well. You can even add the fudge to the freezer as long as you store it properly in a freezer-safe container.
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Make it a Meal:
Are you wondering if now is the time to start meal planning? I’ve been planning out our family meals for years and it’s the best! Not only do I save time, but everyone in the family loves knowing what to expect for dinner as well.
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Once you make this Frozen Fudge Recipe, keep going with all the fudge! There are so many great tastes that you are never going to get tired of making fudge! Here are some of my favorites that I think you’re going to love, too.
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I love when we make this Super Delicious Caramel White Chocolate Fudge Recipe. I like this during the holiday months.
Find out the simple process to make this Tasty and Simple Blueberry Muffin Fudge Recipe!
How hard is it to make fudge pops?
If you want to take this recipe and make fudge pops, you can easily do so. Instead of adding the ingredients to a pan, add it to popsicle molds instead. You might even be able to find some cute snowflake molds to be festive for the season.
More Marshmallow Recipes:
- Fast and Easy Octopus Marshmallow Pops Recipe
- Super Fun Marshmallow Pops for St. Paddy’s Day
- Grinch Popcorn Balls Recipe
- 12 ounces of white chocolate chips
- 1 T of butter
- 7 ounces of marshmallow fluff
- 1/4 cup of sweetened condensed milk
- 8 sugar cookies
- Winter sprinkles or any blue and white sprinkles
Use parchment paper to line a 8X8 baking pan or casserole dish.
Grab the sugar cookies and crush them up.
Add 1-2 inches of water to a pot. Pout the chocolate chips and butter into a bowl that is glass that fits over the pot but doesn't touch the water.
Put the bowl over the pot and heat it up on medium to medium low heat. Make sure that you stir frequently until the chocolate is melted.
Take the bowl off the heat and add in the marshmallow fluff and condensed milk. Mix together well.
Mix in the crumbled sugar cooked. Stir.
Pour the fudge mixture into the pan and spread it out.
Add the sprinkles on top.
Put the pan in the fridge after you've covered it with foil and let it set up overnight.
Are you going to give this easy chocolate fudge recipe to a friend or keep it for yourself at home?