White Christmas Fudge

christmas-white fudge

This is the most basic of fudge, and has the added benefit of being egg-free. Like all my recipes it is very versatile – feel free to replace the flavours with your own.


  • 225g chocolate
  • 100g sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 1/3 cup pistachios and dried cranberries (craisins)


  1. melt chocolate, stir in other ingredients, pour into tray and refrigerate. 
  2. remove after 2 hours and cut into bite-sized pieces

I’ve also tried the recipe successfully with dark chocolate chips and Baileys, with Kahlua and chocolate coated coffee beans, and with milk chocolate (instead of white) and gingerbread chunks. Keeps for at least 2-3 weeks in the fridge, and also fairly successfully on the shelf provided it’s not too hot.


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  1. this looks wonderful colourful fudge

  2. lizzygoodthings says:

    Love this! I would love to blog it and link back to you here… I will send the link when I’m done, closer to xmas. Thanks again.

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  4. Tried fudge with dark chocolate. Although I don’t believe that chocolate can be white, this looks good and I might try it myself

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