Monday, February 11, 2013

Valentine Fudge...Only Two Ingredients!


 
This yummy strawberry fudge is just perfect for Valentine's Day and the best part is that it only has two ingredients in it.   It's so pretty and very tasty also.  So if you want to make your loved ones something homemade instead of buying the box of candy, this is a great idea.   You can also use any flavor frosting and change the flavor of the chips to make different flavors.  You could use vanilla frosting and chocolate chips for chocolate fudge or white chips and vanilla frosting for white chocolate fudge or add a few drops of flavoring to that to make it whatever flavor you want.  Here is all you will need:

1  16 oz. can of strawberry frosting
1  12 oz. bag of white chocolate chips
Valentine sprinkles

Place the chips in a glass bowl and microwave on hi for 1 minute and 30 seconds, stir.  Microwave for about 1 more minute and stir again.  Do this until the white chips are completely melted.  This depends on your microwave.  Mine took about 2 minutes.  

Remove the top and the aluminum from the top of the frosting.  Microwave it for about 20-30 seconds.  Be sure to remove all of that foil or you will have fireworks in the microwave.  There is a reason I know this!  Stir the frosting into the melted chips and blend really well. 

Pour this into a 8"x8" or a 9"x9" pan that you have lined with wax paper.  You can spray the dish with nonstick spray if you don't have wax paper, but I think the paper works better.

Sprinkle immediately with your Valentine sprinkles.  If you don't do this right away, they will not adhere and will fall off easily when you cut it.  Chill for at least an hour or two.  Cut in small squares and store in an airtight container.


Valentine Fudge!





20 comments:

  1. yum and yum and yum!!!

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  2. I would use cherry frosting and maybe add cutup
    cherries and a handful of walnuts, ya think????

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  3. Does anyone know if you can use the pecan/coconut in this? That just sounds like it would be yummy also... have to try this

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    1. I have used pecan/coconut and peanut butter before..very good peanut butter fudge..

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    2. I'll just bet you could do the same with Chocolate Chips and a can of Fudge Frosting. Hmm.. I think I'll try it.

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  4. I'm thinking you could do this with any flavor frosting and the chips of any flavor that sounds good to you...

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  5. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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  6. You can use whatever flavor combinations you like...let your imagination run wild...lol.

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  7. too late for valentine but will make for next month and green what do you think will be for the green.

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    1. Vanilla icing with mint flavoring and green food coloring and white chocolate chips..just a thought

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  8. i just made it and omg it is so good love it.:)

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  9. This is the easiest fudge EVER! I've made it with semisweet chocolate chips and cream cheese frosting, peanut butter chips and cream cheese frosting, peanut butter chips and chocolate frosting, and white chocolate chips and cream cheese frosting. Next up.....white chocolate chips and lemon frosting! The possibilities are endless!!!

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  10. green would be good.. could totally go for the andes mints and make it chocolate mint! good idea.. i might do that next month!

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  11. @Sylver: mint chocolate chip?

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  12. Green maraschino cherries and white fudge would be pretty I think. Plus, you could add some mint flavoring to that and/or green food coloring for St. Paddy's Day. I'm trying the original recipe today. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. I used this to make cherry mash. Remember those? Cherry icing w white chips when soft set formed ball around a cherry. Added chopped nuts to chocolate bark and dipped them let set. And ap close to the real thing

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  14. Carmal frosting and butterscotch chips

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  15. I made a batch this morning using milk chocolate icing and milk chocolate chips, added some chopped walnuts. It is the easiest, most delicious fudge I ever made! I'm going to try the coconut pecan frosting with semi sweet chocolate chips next time.

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  16. 2 ingredients!!! Oh boy, I think I can do this recipe.

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