Funfetti White Chocolate Fudge

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You’re going to love this delicious and easy white chocolate fudge recipe, with a Funfetti (sprinkle) twist!

Can there ever really be enough sprinkles when you’re baking? I think not!

The best part about this recipe is that you only need 3 ingredients. This is the perfect recipe for a beginner baker to wow party guests, or give as an edible gift to neighbors and friends.

If you’re baking with your kids, they will absolutely love all of the stirring (it’s what my daughter loves most), and adding in the colorful sprinkles!

You can easily repurpose this recipe for every holiday! Just grab some red and green sprinkles for Christmas, red, white, & blue for the Fourth of July, or make it spooky with some orange, black, and purple sprinkle fun!

Funfetti fudge also makes a fun birthday cake alternative for your next celebration!

The possibilities are endless once you’ve mastered this simple white chocolate fudge recipe with funfetti sprinkles.

Grab ALL the sprinkles you can find, some white chocolate chips, and a can of white frosting and let’s get baking!

Ingredients needed for White Chocolate Fudge with Funfetti Sprinkles

Three cheers for only 3 ingredients, making this recipe simple for even the most beginner baker!

  • 1 Can White Frosting (16 ounces)
  • 2 Cups White Chocolate Chips
  • ½ + ¼ Cup Funfetti Sprinkles

How to make Funfetti White Chocolate Fudge:

Line a 9-inch square dish with parchment or baking paper.

In a medium bowl that’s microwave-safe, place the chocolate chips. Cook on high for 1 minute, stopping every 15-30 seconds until chocolate chips are smooth and not lumpy.

Remove the lid and foil on the frosting and place it in the microwave for 45 seconds, or until it’s fully melted and heated through.

Quickly add to the melted chocolate and stir until fully combined.

Fold in the ½ cup sprinkles.

Pour into the prepared dish, spread even, top with remaining sprinkles, and chill for 2 hours or until solid. 

Cut, serve, and enjoy!

Tips:

  • If you want your fudge to have a hue of color like mine, you can add in the sprinkles when you pour in the frosting. The rigorous stirring will cause the sprinkles to tint the fudge. However, if you don’t want the hint of color, follow the directions as written.
  • I measured the chocolate chips, I did not weigh them.
  • Make sure to use chocolate chips that actually melt. Some of the cheaper brands do not melt well, if at all, which ruins the recipe. I used Ghirardelli.
  • The chocolate will start to seize when you pour the frosting into it. That’s ok, the warm frosting will help it relax out enough to be stirred thoroughly. Just keep stirring.

You’re going to love this delicious and easy white chocolate fudge recipe, with a Funfetti (sprinkle) twist!

Can there ever really be enough sprinkles when you’re baking? I think not!

The best part about this recipe is that you only need 3 ingredients. This is the perfect recipe for a beginner baker to wow party guests, or give as an edible gift to neighbors and friends.

If you’re baking with your kids, they will absolutely love all of the stirring (it’s what my daughter loves most), and adding in the colorful sprinkles!

You can easily repurpose this recipe for every holiday! Just grab some red and green sprinkles for Christmas, red, white, & blue for the Fourth of July, or make it spooky with some orange, black, and purple sprinkle fun!

Funfetti fudge also makes a fun birthday cake alternative for your next celebration!

The possibilities are endless once you’ve mastered this simple white chocolate fudge recipe with funfetti sprinkles.

Grab ALL the sprinkles you can find, some white chocolate chips, and a can of white frosting and let’s get baking!

Ingredients needed for White Chocolate Fudge with Funfetti Sprinkles

Three cheers for only 3 ingredients, making this recipe simple for even the most beginner baker!

  • 1 Can White Frosting (16 ounces)
  • 2 Cups White Chocolate Chips
  • ½ + ¼ Cup Funfetti Sprinkles

Directions:

Line a 9-inch square dish with parchment or baking paper.

In a medium bowl that’s microwave-safe, place the chocolate chips. Cook on high for 1 minute, stopping every 15-30 seconds until chocolate chips are smooth and not lumpy.

Remove the lid and foil on the frosting and place it in the microwave for 45 seconds, or until it’s fully melted and heated through.

Quickly add to the melted chocolate and stir until fully combined.

Fold in the ½ cup sprinkles.

Pour into the prepared dish, spread even, top with remaining sprinkles, and chill for 2 hours or until solid. 

Cut, serve, and enjoy!

Tips:

  • If you want your fudge to have a hue of color like mine, you can add in the sprinkles when you pour in the frosting. The rigorous stirring will cause the sprinkles to tint the fudge. However, if you don’t want the hint of color, follow the directions as written.
  • I measured the chocolate chips, I did not weigh them.
  • Make sure to use chocolate chips that actually melt. Some of the cheaper brands do not melt well, if at all, which ruins the recipe. I used Ghirardelli.
  • The chocolate will start to seize when you pour the frosting into it. That’s ok, the warm frosting will help it relax out enough to be stirred thoroughly. Just keep stirring.
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Funfetti White Chocolate Fudge


  • Author: Shannon Cairns

Description

A fun easy baking idea for your next celebration or birthday party!


Ingredients

  • 1 Can White Frosting (16 ounces)

  • 2 Cups White Chocolate Chips

  • ½ + ¼ Cup Funfetti Sprinkles


Instructions

 

  1. Line a 9-inch square dish with parchment or baking paper.

  2. In a medium bowl that’s microwave-safe, place the chocolate chips. Cook on high for 1 minute, stopping every 15-30 seconds until chocolate chips are smooth and not lumpy.

  3. Remove the lid and foil on the frosting and place it in the microwave for 45 seconds, or until it’s fully melted and heated through.

  4. Quickly add to the melted chocolate and stir until fully combined.

  5. Fold in the ½ cup sprinkles.

  6. Pour into the prepared dish, spread even, top with remaining sprinkles, and chill for 2 hours or until solid. 

  7. Cut, serve, and enjoy!

Notes

If you want your fudge to have a hue of color like mine, you can add in the sprinkles when you pour in the frosting. The rigorous stirring will cause the sprinkles to tint the fudge. However, if you don’t want the hint of color, follow the directions as written.

I measured the chocolate chips, I did not weigh them.

Make sure to use chocolate chips that actually melt. Some of the cheaper brands do not melt well, if at all, which ruins the recipe. I used Ghirardelli.

The chocolate will start to seize when you pour the frosting into it. That’s ok, the warm frosting will help it relax out enough to be stirred thoroughly. Just keep stirring.

This recipe appeared first on our baking blog What’s Bethany Baking. Check it out for fun baking inspiration!



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