White Peppermint Fudge

After the success of my Funfetti Cake Batter Fudge, I promised a Christmas version. Truth is, the Cake Batter Fudge was actually inspired by the recipe that I am about to show you!

Normally on Christmas Eve I’m all over our entire cookie platter, but last year, this was the standout… my absolute fave. It’s cute, seasonal, and Oh. So. Addictive.

Plus it’s so easy to make, that it would be a crime not to.

So if you’re not going to make it for a gift or a party, make it for yourself. I’m not judging, TRUST me.

White Peppermint Fudge

1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk

3.5 cups white chocolate chips

2 tsp vanilla extract

1/4 tsp peppermint extract (NOT mint extract, unless you want your fudge to taste like toothpaste!)

1 cup crushed candy canes or peppermint candies, plus extra to sprinkle on top

Pour milk and white chocolate into heavy small saucepan. Heat over very low heat, stirring constantly and scraping with a rubber spatula to be sure that the chocolate isn’t sticking and burning. Continue until white chocolate chips are almost completely melted. Remove from heat and stir until completely melted and smooth. Stir in extracts until combined. Carefully stir in candy cane pieces, but do not overmix. Pour into a 10 x 9 inch pan lined with greased aluminum foil. Let set in the fridge or freezer until firm before slicing into cubes.


Filed under Eat, Holidays, Sweets

16 Responses to White Peppermint Fudge

  1. Ooh, I think I’ll bring this to our Christmas Cookie party next weekend. Thanks!

  2. I came across your blog when I found your cake batter fudge! I’m so glad to see the Peppermint Fudge!! Thank you for making made-from-scratch recipes so easy and fun!! :)

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  4. Meagan

    I’m going to make this for our Christmas party this weekend!! Can I microwave the chocolate and milk like in the cake batter fudge recipe?

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  6. shel0bell

    I don’t have a 10 x 9 inch pan…is there a different one I can use!? If so, what size? Thanks!

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  8. I absolutely love your fudge recipes. I love being able to say they are made from scratch (or at least not a mix) and I’ve never had anything go at the table like the funfetti fudge. I’m so excited to try this on Thursday for my “Treat-luk” at work!!

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  10. zim22829

    Exactly what I’ve been looking for. My husband has been asking for this fudge for ages, so I think I’ll leave a tin under the tree. Thank you!

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  12. Lynn T.

    I was so happy to find this peppermint fudge, i’ve looked and asked and didn’t have much luck. Thanks so much. The pics look great and the comments are too. I will be getting the items to make real soon. thanks, lynn

  13. Louise

    Can this be made ahead of the holiday how to store to keep.

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