Easiest fudge recipe & last minute gifts

Last updated on June 7th, 2024 at 07:37 am

Only a few more days until Christmas, are you ready for the big day? How about those unexpected visitors or perhaps needing a few last minute thoughtful gifts? Yes, well I found myself there, too so I whipped up my easiest fudge recipe as last minute gifts for the ones I love. 

I promise if I can make this fudge so can you as I am no chef. It’s one of my favorite recipes because not only is it easy but you can literally make any flavor you want just by substituting the flavor of extract in it. 

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To make adorable gifts I used treat bags with silver twist ties and red & white ribbon. I added these  beautiful Holiday Chalkboard labels  to each gift to make it festive and fun too. I adore printable tags. 

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Who doesn’t want to be sent on their merry way from a nice Christmas visit with one of these? I have made them for the neighbors and my closest friends that I will see before we are off to Ireland. It’s one of my favorite things to do is make homemade baking treats as gifts. There is a feeling of joy when someone else loves what you create as much as you do. 

Each year, I make two flavors using white chocolate and milk chocolate. This year, I paired up the white chocolate with peppermint and holly inspired sprinkles. It’s truly my favorite combination and I am usually a fan of white chocolate either.

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For the milk chocolate, I took my passion for lattes and chocolate and I mixed them together. Creating these amazing vanilla latte chocolate fudge bites.

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Easiest Fudge Recipe

a quick, simple, and easy way to make any kind of fudge
Author Let's Talk Mommy

Ingredients

  • 3 cups sugar
  • 3/4 cup butter
  • 2/3 cup evaporated milk
  • 12 oz. milk chocolate chips or white chocolate chips
  • 1 jar Marshmallow Fluff
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3 tsp coffee extract or peppermint extract or any flavor you want to combine

Instructions

  1. Boil sugar, butter, and evaporated milk in a saucepan on medium heat
  2. Boil for 3 minutes, stirring constantly
  3. Remove from heat
  4. Add chocolate/white chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff, stir until melted
  5. Add vanilla and your choice of extract flavoring
  6. Pour onto parchment paper into a deep sided cookie sheet
  7. Add sprinkles immediately
  8. Let cool or put in the fridge to set
  9. Use parchment edges to lift fudge from pan and cut into pieces

Recipe Notes

Go on choose any flavor combination you want or try these two that I have tested out this year. Happy Holidays.

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So don’t stress this season for last minute gifts, get in the kitchen and whip yourself up a batch up fudge. This recipe makes enough to make several gifts and still have left overs for yourself or any last minute visitors. 

Don’t have time to try this out why not pin it for later? Trust me, it’s a present your friends won’t forget. I say that because I am asked every Christmas am I making my fudge Christmas gifts again. 

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15 thoughts on “Easiest fudge recipe & last minute gifts”

  1. Oooh these look amazing! The sort of thing you’d pay many squids for in a nice shop. I haven’t been organised enough to make any presents this year, but when I’ve done it in the past I’ve enjoyed giving the home-made presents more than any others.

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  2. These look so good Jenny, I’m going to have to have a go. Looks super simple too. Hope it’s that easy when I try 🙂 xxx

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  3. I love doing fudge for gifts. It’s so easy and you can do so many flavours, plus they look pretty wrapped up. I love peppermint so these would be fab. The only issue is me eating up all the leftovers!

    Have a great Christmas Jenny

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    • This is the problem I have because my recipe makes large batches I end up eating a ton of it myself and it’s not good for the waistline as it’s so yummy I eat more than my fair share of it. EEEK Happy Christmas.

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