These White Chocolate Fudge Snowflakes only have two ingredients and are super easy to make. Kids and adults alike will love them and it's a fun, festive dessert for the Christmas season!
I'll be honest and tell you that I don't make a lot of fudge. I much prefer cakes, pies and cookies! But every now and then, I love to enjoy a rich, delicious piece of fudge.
One of my all time favorite recipes is this Pralines & Cream Fudge. It is amazing! Today's fudge recipe is a little less indulgent, but oh-so-much fun!
You only need TWO ingredients - plus sprinkles to decorate! Oh and you'll need a fun silicone mold if you want these snowflake shapes. Or you can make it in a pan and use a snowflake cookie cutter!
- White Candy Melts (I prefer Merckens)
- Sweetened Condensed Milk
- Snowflakes Sprinkles (or something similar)
- Snowflakes Mold , Snowflakes Ice Cube Tray or Snowflake Cookie Cutters
Tip: If you don't have the molds or can't get them quickly - just make the fudge in a small pan and use cookie cutters to cut out the snowflakes. Sure, you'll have scraps but they'll be delicious all the same!
How to Make White Chocolate Fudge Snowflakes
Place half of the candy sprinkles in the cavities of a silicone snowflakes candy mold (or ice cube tray). Set aside.
Place the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 20 seconds. Stir well and reheat in 10-second intervals (stirring between) until completely melted.
Spoon the candy melt mixture into the silicone tray. The longer it sits, the firmer it'll be. You may have to use your fingers to press it into the molds. Add more sprinkles on top of the fudge before it completely sets.
Allow it to set at room temperature for at least an hour, before popping out of the tray.
Makes 8 pieces (assuming your molds are similar in size to mine).
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