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Cranberry White Chocolate Fudge

Everyone loves fudge. That’s just a simple fact. But most of us won’t attempt to make it becaues of the cantankerous reputation fudge has. I know I’ve had a few batches seize, or get up and run away on me. But this is a far simpler version, and I know you will have great  success with it. I have faith in you. And, really, it’s a fool proof recipe.

CRANBERRY WHITE CHOCOLATE FUDGE

What you will need:

1 12oz. pkg. white chocolate chips

1/2 cup icing sugar

1 3oz pkg cream cheese, softened

1/2 cup vanilla frosting

1 1/2 cups dried cranberries (I use Craisins – try the orange Craisins)

1 tsp orange zest

Prepare a 9 inch square pan by lining with foil and giving a spray of non-stick spray (Pam).

Melt your chocolate chips in small double boiler over medium low heat until melted, stirring often.

In a medium bowl, mix icing sugar, cream cheese and icing until well blended. Stir in melted chocolate chips, cranberries and orange zest.

Spread mixture into prepared pan. Refrigerate at least one hour. Lift fudge out of pan, peel off foil liner and cut into squares.

This fudge is lovely to give as gifts, or for cookies exchanges. Lovely presentation with the cranberries.

Alternative: Reduce cranberries to 1 cup and mix in 1/2 cup of coarsely chopped walnuts.

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4 Responses

  1. My G-d this sounds so amazing. I love your blog. You might also like this recipe? xoxo

    http://underthesheets-shhh.blogspot.com/2008/12/chocolate-peppermint-bark-recipe.html

  2. Merry Christmas!
    Hugs,
    Liz

  3. Sounds yummy

    I have missed your posts, hope all is ok.

  4. I bet this fudge is just gorgeous! Thanks for the recipe. I make fudge every year – sometimes it’s grainy and sometimes it’s perfect. The fantasy fudge microwave version is often more reliable than the stove top. I’ll certainly give this one a try.

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