This Festive Christmas Sugar Cookie Fudge Is Made with Only 3 Ingredients
This is going to be my new holiday dessert tradition!
Whenever possible, my sister and I like to visit the Wisconsin Dells—it’s a Midwest staple, if you’ve never heard of it. Between water parks, cheese shops and specialty coffee stores, there’s a lot to do. But our favorite place to hit up every time we go is the fudge shop. I want to sample mint fudge, peanut butter fudge, dark chocolate raspberry fudge, you name it and I’m there!
I couldn’t visit the fudge shop this year, though, so I figured I’d wrestle the task myself. That’s why I’m delving straight into this Christmas sugar cookie fudge recipe from @kaitlinquick.
@kaitlinquick2021 IMPROVED CHRISTMAS COOKIE FUDGE RECIPE!!! 🎄🍫 #baking #christmas♬ Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Michael Bublé
What’s in This Christmas Sugar Cookie Fudge Recipe?
It’s got everything you need for a jolly good time all rolled into one delicious little square! It’s white chocolate and sugar cookie goodness with more Christmas sprinkles than you ever thought possible. Need I say more? If you want to tackle this recipe, here’s what you’ll need:
- 1-1/2 cups white chocolate chips
- 1-1/4 cup sugar cookie mix
- 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
- Red and green sprinkles
- 11×7 glass baking pan
- Waxed paper
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How to Make It at Home
Mix Your Ingredients
Take your white baking chips and throw them into a pot on your stove. Add the sugar cookie mix and stir. When that’s combined, add your can of sweetened condensed milk and mix again.
Make sure not to use heat while mixing these ingredients!
Melt Your Concoction
After all of the ingredients have been combined, turn your burner on low heat and stir continuously. Don’t leave your fudge to its own devices—if it’s not stirred constantly, it may burn. Once it’s completely melted, turn off your burner.
Sprinkle and Refrigerate
With the heat off, add your festive sprinkles and stir combine. Line your baking pan with wax paper and pour the fudge mix into the baking pan. Then refrigerate for 30 minutes, remove, cut and enjoy. If you’re a big fan of this Christmas sugar cookie fudge recipe, then these Santa’s Trash cookies should be next on your holiday to-do list!