Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Funfetti Fudge!

This month's Crazy Cooking Challenge was fudge.  I was really excited because I love to eat fudge but I've never tried making it before.  I searched Pintrest until I found a bunch of recipes.  Then I narrowed it down to the easy ones that my kids could help me make.

I settled on Funfetti flavored fudge, which I found here.  And it turned out awesome.  My not-quite 4-year-old had tons of fun stirring in the sprinkles, and eating the fudge.  It turned out really sweet though.  I thought it was great, and so did the kids, but none of the other adults who tried it could really eat much.  I guess I just have a huge sweet tooth.


3/4 of can of  sweetened condensed milk
2 cups white chocolate chips (this is equal to 1 12 oz bag)
3 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp almond extract
rainbow sprinkles

-Heat water in double boiler.  Add chocolate chips and condensed milk and stir until melted.  At this point, the mixture was really sticky.

-Stir in vanilla and almond extracts.  These made the mixture nice and smooth.

-Take off the heat and quickly stir in a handful of rainbow sprinkles.  Stir quickly until combined, so they don't melt.

-Pour into an 8x8 foil-lined pan.  Add more sprinkles on top.

-Cut into 1" cubes when set.


  1. I almost made this recipe for the challenge but the husband requested cookie dough instead. I'm #32 on the list.

  2. I love funfetti anything, and this looks awesome! I'm pinning it :)

  3. Great recipe for the Crazy Cooking Challenge, it is fun cooking with you!
    Miz Helen

  4. This is so cute!! I can see how kids would enjoy making it with the sprinkles and all.

  5. I love white chocolate! My kids would love this!

    I'm #2 (Nutella fudge w/ sea salt). I would love for you to stop by my blog if you haven't already :)

  6. That is so cute, and not just for Christmas. This would be great fun at a birthday party!

  7. Wow I attempted this recipe and it didn't turn out nearly as nice as yours. Yours is perfect!