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Make Two-Ingredient Strawberry Fudge

24 January 2012 30,253 views 6 Comments

by rhonda

Candy is my favorite of all the classic Valentine's Day gifts, hands down.  I have such a huge sweet tooth!  If you want to give something a little more special than a box of assorted Russell Stover whatnots, try making your own candy.  This strawberry fudge by Shelly at Cookies and Cups is the easiest recipe you'll ever see, requiring just two ingredients!  Just looking at the pictures is making me want to hoard a whole batch all to myself...  [how to make two-ingredient strawberry fudge]

Project estimate:

  • Strawberry frosting, $1 and up
  • White chocolate chips, about $2.50 and up

Total:  about $3.50 and up

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6 Comments »

  • becca said:

    Wonder if you can make this with say German Chocolate ( coconut pecan ) frosting and milk chocolate chips. Im not too fond of many frostings but want to try this.

  • Kathryn said:

    This sounds easy and good – will have to try this some time. Thanks for sharing this with us:)

  • The Week in Review – 01.27.12 | lifeofcarbon said:

    [...] ingredient strawberry fudge. Perfect for Valentine’s [...]

  • Amy said:

    Made this last night. It was wonderful. Husband and son loved it!

  • love2dream said:

    Tastes like McDonald’s strawberry shakes– not my favorite. Chocolate is next on the menu. I’d also like to try to it Neapolitan with chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry layers. A hint: make sure your chips are melted AND hot and your frosting is not cold– it is really hard to mix together if it sets up too soon! ;)

  • Things I Love Thursday « andrea drugay said:

    [...] 3. Via Dollar Store Crafts: Two-Ingredient Strawberry Fudge. [...]

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