Marshmallow Creme Fudge
I’m so glad that it’s finally March, it’s been a long snowy, freezing cold, yucky winter and I’m so over it!
So hopefully, now that it is March it will start to warm up but until then I thought I would share my favorite Marshmallow Creme Fudge with all of you today.
Isn’t this fudge so FUN!?
This Marshmallow Creme Fudge is a melt-in-your-mouth, creamy chocolate-marshmallowy fudge topped with SPRINKLES.
It’s so easy to make, it’s fail-proof. ★
MARSHMALLOW CREME FUDGE INGREDIENTS
● SUGAR: 4 cups of granulated sugar.
● EVAPORATED MILK: 1 (12 oz.) can of evaporated milk.
● BUTTER: 1 cup (2 sticks) of butter.
●MARSHMALLOW CREME: 2 (7 oz.) jars of marshmallow creme.
● CHOCOLATE CHIPS: 2 (6 oz.) bags of semi-sweet chocolate chips.
● VANILLA EXTRACT: 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
● SPRINKLES: rainbow sprinkles for topping the fudge.
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE FUDGE
To make Homemade Marshmallow Creme Fudge, simply:
PRE-STEP: Line a 9×13 inch baking pan with aluminum foil and spray with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.
STEP 1: Using a 5 Qt. casserole pan, place sugar, evaporated milk, and butter into the pan and bring to a boil. Boil for at least 5 minutes. Stirring every 2-3 minutes.
*If using a candy thermometer, boil to soft ball stage.
STEP 2: Remove pan from heat. Add chocolate chips, marshmallow creme, and vanilla extract. Stir until marshmallow creme and chocolate chips are completely melted and smooth.
STEP 3: Pour fudge into prepared pan. Immediately sprinkle top of fudge with colored sprinkles. Place in fridge for at LEAST 3 hours before cutting into squares.
STEP 4: Once fudge is set, remove from pan and cut into squares.
HOMEMADE FUDGE TIPS
DO YOU NEED A CANDY THERMOMETER TO MAKE FUDGE: You don’t need to have a candy thermometer to make this Marshmallow Creme Fudge but if you do have one, it will take the guessing out of worrying if you let the sugar mixture boil long enough. If you don’t let the sugar mixture boil long enough then your fudge will not set and it will be too soft to even cut into. A good rule of thumb is to boil the sugar mixture for at LEAST 5 minutes.
LINE BAKING PAN: To make it super easy for you to cut the fudge into squares, line your 9×13 inch baking pan with aluminum foil, leaving enough overhang on the sides and spray the foil with non-stick cooking spray.
HOW TO CUT FUDGE: I find that using a plastic knife works the best when cutting the fudge into squares. Or spray your knife with non-stick cooking spray to make it easier to cut the fudge into squares.
FUDGE MAKING TOOLS
LARGE POT: This is the pot I use to make my homemade fudge.
9×13 BAKING DISH: I love this baking dish for everything, especially fudge.
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Marshmallow Creme Fudge
- 4 cups granulated sugar
- 12 ounces evaporated milk
- 1 cup butter, 2 sticks
- 2 jars marshmallow creme, 14 ounces total
- 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- sprinkles, for topping
- Line a 9x13 inch baking pan with aluminum foil and spray with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.
- Using a 5 Qt. casserole pan, place sugar, evaporated milk, and butter into pan and bring to a boil. Boil for at least 5 minutes. Stirring every 2-3 minutes.*If using a candy thermometer, boil to soft ball stage.
- Remove pan from heat. Add chocolate chips, marshmallow creme, and vanilla extract. Stir until marshmallow creme and chocolate chips are completely melted and smooth.
- Pour fudge into prepared pan. Immediately sprinkle top of fudge with colored sprinkles. Place in fridge for at LEAST 3 hours before cutting into squares.
- Once fudge is set, remove from pan and cut into squares.
- Store fudge covered in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
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This looks so delicious and yummy! I can’t wait to give this a try! My kids are going to love this!
My kids are all over this fudge!! Anything with sprinkles is always a hit! This is the softest fudge ever!!
WOW! These are SO cute, I love the way they look (and looking forward to tasting them too)
This is some seriously fun baking! My kids will love to make these this over the weekend; looks too good to pass up!
These are SO fun! My kiddos will love these!
I have been making this fudge for probably 60 years. I now use white chips, butterscotch chips and light and dark chips. I just went to the store to get my supplies and was shocked and angry to find Kraft has made their marshmallow creme in 5 oz size this year. You would die if you looked on the back at the new recipe they have now. I cup of sugar. What a joke. And that 5oz jar is $1.99 each! I came home and started looking on the Internet for the creme and the recipe. Since the recipe has always been on the back of the jar, I never wrote it down. I did have a pretty good idea of what it was, except I could not remember the amount of marshmallow creme. I did fine the very first recipe they ever had and called for 14 oz jar of marshmallow creme. I notice you say to 7 oz jars. As you can see – Kraft has changed the size of the marshmallow creme over time. Wal Mart has it advertised “still the 23 oz jar. My husband just left to get me some. I hope the ad is correct. This is the best fudge and easiest to make there ever was. – Joy –
This looks incredible! What size can of evaporated milk did you use? Thanks 🙂
Thanks, Celia! I used a 12 oz. can of evaporated milk.
This fudge looks super delicious! I have never had much luck with making fudge before. Your tips are real helpful! Thanks for the recipe, I am inspired to try again!
Well, this fudge sounds absolutely DREAMY and the perfect way to break out of the winter blues! While I live in Texas, which is notably LESS wintery than where you live, we’ve had three winter storm systems come through in the last week… and another taking aim at us for Wednesday. Like you, I’m so over winter! And I think this Marshmallow Creme Fudge is a great way to make strides toward spring. 🙂
Just got the go ahead from my soon-to-be seven year old – this is definitely what I’m bringing in for her class birthday treat on Friday! Thanks for the inspiration, Jenn!
Oh my god the images of this fudge is just making me drool! Love all the sprinkle action going on especially.
This fudge looks so pretty. I love the pastel sprinkles; this would make a great Easter dessert.
LOVE all of the sprinkles on this fudge, so fun! This fudge looks delish!