• Cake Batter Fudge {Valentine’s Day}

    filed under: Candy on February 9, 2016

    Three ingredients is all that is separating you from this delicious Cake Batter Fudge!

    Delicious Valentine's Day Inspired 3 ingredient Fudge!

    To Make this You Will Need:

    Cake Batter Fudge Recipe (below)

    Seasonal Sprinkles

    8×8 inch square pan

    aluminum foil

    Delicious Valentine's Day Inspired 3 ingredient Fudge!

    Before we go any further I do want to clarify: This is a fudge using CAKE MIX. I am counting cake mix as one ingredient. I also did not count the sprinkles as an ingredient because they are optional.

    Cake Batter Fudge

    Delicious Valentine's Day Inspired 3 ingredient Fudge!


        • (1) 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
        • 1/2 c yellow cake mix
        • 2 c white chocolate chips
        • 1/2 c sprinkles (optional)


        1. Pour cake mix and sweetened condensed milk into a large bowl and stir to combine.
        2. Add white chocolate chips, then microwave for 1 minute and stir. Place back in microwave for 30 seconds and stir again. Place back in for 30 more seconds and gently stir, making sure chips are fully melted.
        3. Fold in sprinkles, being careful not to stir too much. (you don\'t want to sprinkles to melt and for the color to bleed)
        4. Scoop mixture into an aluminum foil-lined 8”x 8” baking dish (the foil will make it easier to pull out later).
        5. Top with additional sprinkles.
        6. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours, or until set. Cut into 1” bars and serve.

        Recipe slightly adapted from delish.com.

        Delicious Valentine's Day Inspired 3 ingredient Fudge!

        The great thing about this recipe is that any flavor cake mix will work. Instead of sprinkles use marshmallows or nuts.

        Here is a video showing just how easy this Cake Batter Fudge recipe is!


        Delicious Valentine's Day Inspired 3 ingredient Fudge!

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        I followed everything almost properly, (I didn’t have a full 2 cups, more like 2 cup and almost one half). It tasted great! But it was too soft and never fully hardened! What had I done wrong?How can I get it to solidify properly?

          To clarify the above comment: I didn’t have a full 2 cups of white chocolate chips.

          I had the same issue and sent an email stating so. I requested a solution but have gotten NO response to correct the issue. Less condensed milk, more cake mix, ?????????/ Disappointed that the fudge did not set up well enough to be easily cut and served.

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