This easy and fun Christmas fudge recipe is made with a mold. Christmas tree fudge is so cute and everyone will love it!
When it comes to Fudge Recipes the great thing is that you can totally customize them to suit any holiday or occasion! This Christmas tree fudge is adorable and perfect for the holidays!
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Today we’re making a no cook fudge recipe that is shaped and decorated like little Christmas trees!
We’ll achieve this end result using this mold. You can order it on amazon or you can purse another one elsewhere but the one linked is the one I used!
Some of the other tools that I like to use for making my favorite fudge recipes are home are a good set of mixing bowls and spatulas. They make whipping up any type of fudge easy and fun!
Of course for regular square pans of fudge you can use a nice 8×8 pan like this one and you’ll need plenty of parchment paper to line the pans so you can pull your blocks of fudge out easily for quick cutting into perfect squares!
Finally, I like to have a good sharp knife on hand and a cutting board so that I can easily slice up my fudge recipes to share with friends and family. You can even put it into these nice little boxes to sell or share!
Here are the ingredients you’ll need to make Christmas tree fudge:
Making this Christmas tree fudge is really quick and simple. You’ll need just a few simple ingredients that you can grab on your next shopping trip.
Find the full amounts and nutritional information in the printable recipe card at the bottom of the post!
We’ll be using green candy melts, sweetened condensed milk, and holiday sprinkles of your choice! I think these are adorable and would be great for making this recipe!
How to make this easy Christmas fudge recipe:
Place half of the candy sprinkles in the cavities of a Christmas tree silicone candy mold (or ice cube tray). Set aside.
Place the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 25 seconds. Stir well and reheat as needed until completely melted.
Stir the sweetened condensed milk into the melted candy melts. More sweetened condensed milk will result in a softer texture.
Spoon the candy melt mixture into the silicone tray. Add more sprinkles on top of the wet candy melts.
Allow to set at room temperature, about 1 hour, before popping out of the tray.
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Printable Christmas Fudge Recipe:
- 2 cups green candy melts
- 2-4 Tablespoons sweetened condensed milk, to taste
- Christmas-inspired sprinkles
- Place half of the candy sprinkles in the cavities of a Christmas tree silicone candy mold (or ice cube tray). Set aside.
- Place the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 25 seconds. Stir well and reheat as needed until completely melted.
- Stir the sweetened condensed milk into the melted candy melts. More sweetened condensed milk will result in a softer texture.
- Spoon the candy melt mixture into the silicone tray. Add more sprinkles on top of the wet candy melts.
- Allow to set at room temperature, about 1 hour, before popping out of the tray.
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GORILLA GRIP Original Oversized Cutting Board
Cuisinart C55-12PCKSAM 12 Piece Color Knife Set
KitchenAid Classic Bamboo Spatula Set, set of 2, Pistachio
KitchenAid Universal Mixing Bowls, Set Of 3, Aqua sky
3 Pack Silicone Molds, Shapes of Christmas Trees, Socks and Bells, FineGood Baking Trays for Holiday Baking
Sweets Indeed Sprinklefetti Christmas Sprinkles for Baking (O Christmas Tree, 6.5oz)
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 205Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 27mgCarbohydrates: 49gFiber: 0gSugar: 33gProtein: 1g
I am not a medical expert. These calculations are provided as a courtesy.