You Know Christmas is Coming When You See The White Chocolate Fudge Show Up
White chocolate fudge with red and green candied cherries? Well, yeah, this fudge belongs at the North Pole. The brilliant Christmas colors of our white chocolate Christmas fudge just scream “Awesome Christmas Treat!”. Be sure to leave some out for Santa…I sure hope it will last that long. I know he will want a bit of this fantabulous Christmas Fudge recipe. I happen to know that it is his favorite. White chocolate fudge…uh, YUM!
White Chocolate Fudge Recipe Ingredients
- 1 1/2 Pounds White Baking Chocolate
- 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
- 1/2 Cup Red Candied Cherries, chopped
- 1/2 Cup Green Candied Cherries, chopped
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/8 teaspoon of salt
White Chocolate Fudge Recipe Directions
- Melt chocolate with milk in a saucepan, stir constantly.
- Remove from the heat and stir in remaining ingredients.
- Spread evenly in a buttered aluminum foil-lined 8×8 inch square baking pan.
- Chill for 2 hours until firm.
- Use foil to lift the fudge from the pan onto a cutting board.
- Remove the foil and cut the white chocolate fudge into bite sized squares.
One nibble and it will be love at first bite. Christmas without fudge just isn’t Christmas at all. But white chocolate fudge? Well, that is just over the moon. The red, green and bright white colors are like a Christmas decoration for your table. I got this recipe out of my Mom’s Gooseberry Patch 2010 Christmas magazine. We have been making it every year and I think it is the most delicious fudge in the world. If you try this white chocolate Christmas fudge, I bet you will find that it will become a Christmas tradition in your house too. We share it with the neighbors and, of course, we leave some for Santa too. In fact, Santa even mentioned this fudge in the note he left for us a couple of years ago. It says:
Dear Holly and Grant (my brother), Thank you for the cookies. I especially loved the Christmas fudge. Thanks for saving me a piece. Merry Christmas. Love, Santa
If this white chocolate fudge recipe is good enough for Santa, then it definitely takes a place of honor at our Christmas table. How about yours?