Make this Easy Easter Fudge for a Festive Treat!
Fast and fun, this Easter fudge recipe is a treat. Spring is all about pastel sprinkles and this white chocolate fudge for Easter is perfect.
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love making a sweet treat to bring to friends or just to have as a snack around the house for each holiday. And making Easter fudge seemed like such a great idea.
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Add a few pastel M&Ms and a healthy topping of spring sprinkles mix and my sweet tooth is really digging this easy fudge for Easter. Grab your mixing bowl and let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Fudge for Easter
- Making homemade fudge for Easter with M&Ms in it is so easy, you’re going to love all the pastel shades and fun. Making it with all the sprinkles and candies only takes just a minute or two, and it’s so worth it.
- I recently was asked which pan I use for making fudge. To be honest, I’m not really all that particular. But, I do enjoy using a square pan like this so that you get nice, neat squares of fudge.
- Even when you make fudge with a square pan, though, that doesn’t always mean it just magically comes out in nice neat squares. The best way to get that to happen is to line the pan with a sheet of parchment paper coated with a very light spray of cooking oil. Never use foil – it will stick just be so un-fun.
- If the fudge isn’t adequately firm after an hour, let it chill for a little longer. Different freezers, with the ambient temperature of the room when you made the fudge batter (dough? no…mix?) may make the fudge take longer, so give it a little time.
- You can store fudge in the freezer or in the fridge. Storing fudge in the freezer is a fun way to get a firmer texture that kind of melts and thaws in your mouth. And nice on a very hot day, too.
How Do I Make this Easter Fudge?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
More Easy Fudge Recipes You Might Like
- Salted Caramel Fudge – My favorite recipe for fudge ever! It’s all sorts of creamy and dreamy and I love love love it!
- Circus Animal Fudge – Pink, sprinkles and circus animal cookies never tasted so good!
- Rocky Road Fudge – Marshmallows, chocolate and all that yummy is everything.
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