The Sweetest Pink Fudge Recipe for V-Day

DSC_0075

We know you’re really into the idea of eating sweets on Valentine’s Day. Who isn’t? But you can’t just eat a plain old cookie or chocolate bar. Nope. Your V-Day sweets need to be extra special, because this is an extra special holiday. Which leads us to today’s topic: a recipe for pink white-chocolate fudge loaded with macadamia nuts, sprinkles, and candy hearts!

Try this recipe out with your BFFs as you celebrate Galentine’s Day, or perhaps whip up a batch to share with your paramour? It takes all of 15 minutes to prepare, then just pop into the fridge to cool.

What You Need:

DSC_0007

  • 3/4 cup butter
  • 3 cups white sugar
  • 6 oz. condensed milk
  • 11 oz. white chocolate chips (one bag)
  • 7 oz. marshmallow fluff (one jar)
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1-2 cups of macadamia nuts
  • Red or pink food coloring
  • 1 box of candy hearts
  • Sprinkles

Step 1

Combine your evaporated milk, 3/4 cup butter, and 3 cups of sugar in a sauce pan. Cook over low heat, stirring consistently to dissolve the sugar. Once dissolved, increase to medium heat and bring to a gentle boil. Stir, while boiling, for three to five minutes. The texture will become frothy, light, and airy.

DSC_0021

Step 2

Remove from the heat and add your marshmallow fluff, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and chocolate chips. Stir well until everything is smooth. You may need to turn the heat back on for just a second to get that creamy consistency.

DSC_0029

Step 3

Add red or pink food coloring and stir well. Add more or less depending on the color you’re trying to achieve. We went for a very soft, powdery pink.

DSC_0036

Step 4

Finally, add your macadamia nuts. You can skip this if you’re allergic to nuts, or you can go wild and add extra if you’re a big fan of the crunch factor! Stir well.

DSC_0040

Step 5

Pour into a greased 9×13 pan, and shake sprinkles all over. Allow the fudge to cool a bit, then place your candy hearts on top. Since it’s had a little time to cool, they should rest right on top without sinking.

DSC_0055

Step 6

Place in the fridge or freezer until your fudge has cooled completely. Then cut into squares, or get creative with cookie cutters, like we did!

DSC_0060

Recipe adapted from Taste of Home Holiday White Chocolate Fudge.

 

Suggested Posts

Galentine’s Day Style + DIY Self-Love Kit
February 05, 2019
This Face Mask Is Like a Bouquet for Your Skin
January 17, 2019
Workplace Besties: A #TeamModCloth Trio Shares the Love
January 10, 2019
How to Style a Party Dress Three Ways
December 20, 2018
The New Black: Styling All-Grey 3 Ways
December 13, 2018
Travel Bug: Saumya Takes Us on a Tour of DC
December 06, 2018
Party Recap: Hello Kitty’s Birthday in LA
November 12, 2018
A Pampering Present: DIY Concentrated Bubble Bath
November 05, 2018
Easy Makeup for Going Out: Featuring Anna Sui Beauty
October 22, 2018
Haunt Now, Haute Later: Three Scary-Stylish Outfits
October 11, 2018

2 Comments

  1. Liz 02/12/2015 at 10:03 am #

    Just wanted to note that the ingredients list condensed milk but the instructions say evaporated milk. That being said, these look really yummy and I love the hearts on top.

  2. Norah Lynne 02/23/2015 at 7:07 pm #

    Ugh! It looks so delish! I need it now xD

Leave a Reply