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Sugar Cookie Fudge Recipe

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This sugar cookie fudge recipe is not just easy it’s also delicious and festive. It’s pefect for sharing with your cookie platters this holiday season! 

Fudge is a classic holiday treat. What could be more festive than sugar cookies combined with fudge?! Nothing!

It’s really easy to make this tasty fudge and it looks great on all your holiday dessert tables. You can enjoy making and sharing this delightful sweet treat all year long.

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Finished sugar cookie fudge recipe with title across the middle.

I love to make holiday fudge recipes. I’ve shared others like my Peppermint Fudge Recipe, Gingerbread Fudge, Christmas Fudge Recipe, and Candy Cane Fudge which are all great options for sharing festive treats in the form of sugary goodness.

There’s nothing quite like fudge when it comes to sweets. It’s the perfect balance of creamy, sweet, and indulgent. Everyone loves to snag a piece of this delectable sugar cookie fudge recipe when I make it, give it a try!

How many servings does this recipe make?

This sugar cookie fudge recipe will make about 10 servings. You can always cut the squares larger or smaller though so the servings are a little bit flexible.

If you want to make more to serve a crowd you can always double the recipe and either put it into two pans or use a larger pan to make a bigger batch.

This recipe holds up pretty well so having a little bit leftover is not a terrible thing. I wouldn’t count on having much leftover but just in case…

Featured image showing the finished sugar cookie fudge recipe ready to eat.

Can I make this fudge in advance?

This is a fudge recipe that you can definitely make in advance. It’s easy to store in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve it. I would use this method if you will use it within about a week.

If you want to make it even further in advance you can still do that, just make sure to store the finished sugar cookie fudge in the freezer. Use an airtight container and when you are ready to serve it just leave it out to come to room temperature.

I always cut the fudge once it’s cooled and set. Then place it loosely in containers and separate layers with parchment to keep it from sticking together when freezing!

another look at the finished sugar cookie fudge recipe

Can I make this sugar cookie treat gluten free?

If you need to make this recipe gluten free you can do that by substituting a gluten free cookie mix. That’s the only ingredient that would have gluten for the most part.

Be sure to check your other ingredients to be sure there’s nothing hiding in the filler but everything else in the recipe would normally be naturally gluten free!

If you can’t find a gluten free sugar cookie mix in stores you can grab one of these. They’re easy to nab on Amazon and there’s usually all different brands available so just choose your favorite and you’ll be all set!

a plate full of pieces of the finished and set sugar cookie fudge recipe.

What do I need to make this easy fudge recipe?

This simple sugar cookie fudge recipe uses a sugar cookie dry mix, white chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, Christmas sprinkles, and you will need parchment paper for lining your baking dish so that the fudge can be cut into squares once cooled and set.

That’s all! Just four simple ingredients and you can make a delicious treat that the whole family will devour the minute it is ready.

Kitchen essentials for tasty no bake recipes:

When you head into the kitchen to make some of these great recipes you’ll want to have the best tools on hand.

Of course mixing bowls, a mixerspatula, and some whisks should be on your list if you don’t have ones that you love. I also like to have a set of cooling racks so that my recipes can properly cool before they’re scarfed down by my family!

I like these casserole dishes from Pyrex which are great for no bake recipes and for all your favorite dinners, brownies, cakes, and more.

You can’t go wrong with some good sharp knives and a cutting board. They will always come in handy in the kitchen for recipes of any kind, even desserts!

a plate with squares of the finished sugar cookie fudge recipe ready to share

How to make fudge with sugar cookies:

In a saucepan, add in white chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk. Turn on to low heat. Keep stirring often until chocolate is melted. 

chocolate and condensed milk in a saucepan

Stir in the cookie mix. Stir in the sprinkles.

cookie mix being stirred in

Line a 8×8 or 9×9 pan with parchment paper. Add mixture to the pan and smooth it out. The flatter you make it the fudge will be flat. If you make it taller then it will be thicker. 

sprinkles being added in

Place sprinkles on top of the fudge. Place in the freezer for 1 hour. 

fudge mixture pressed into a pan

After an hour you can remove the fudge and cut. Store in the fridge. If you don’t plan to serve for some time, keep in the freezer in a container and then bring to temperature in the fridge when ready to eat.

fudge ready to cut

Can I make this sweet treat for other holidays?

You can easily make this sugar cookie fudge for any holiday you like. Just use themed sprinkles that will suit the theme you are going for!

Add in some holiday sprinkles for things like Valentine’s Day, St. Patricks, Easter, or even Fall / Thanksgiving. There’s no wrong answer here.

It’s also fun to make this one for parties and celebrations. You can use rainbow sprinkles, mermaid sprinkles, or even fireworks sprinkles to match whatever party you are throwing or attending. The possibilities are endless and the sugar cookies provide a nice base that’s delicious all year long.

Finished fudge ready to eat

Looking for other holiday fudge recipes to try?

You definitely will not want to miss out on these other holiday fudge recipes if you are enjoying making this sugar cookie fudge recipe. There’s something for everyone and all of these are fun and simple to make.

If you have kids who like to help cook and bake these are excellent recipes that they can pretty much manage on their own or with very little help. Fudge recipes like this are a great way to get everyone involved in the holiday baking fun!

Printable Sugar Cookie Fudge Recipe:

Yield: 10 Servings

Sugar Cookie Fudge Recipe

Featured image showing the finished sugar cookie fudge recipe ready to eat.

This sugar cookie fudge recipe is not just easy it's also delicious and festive. It's pefect for sharing with your cookie platters this holiday season! 

Prep Time 15 minutes
Chill Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 cup sugar cookie dry mix (usually comes in a bag like pillsbury or betty crocker, etc)
  • 2 bags - 12 oz. each - white chocolate chips
  • 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/3 cup christmas sprinkles (to mix in)
  • Christmas sprinkles for topping (I used green, red, and gold stars)

Instructions

  1. In a saucepan, add in white chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk. Turn on to low heat. Keep stirring often until chocolate is melted.
  2. Stir in the cookie mix. Stir in the sprinkles.
  3. Line a 8x8 or 9x9 pan with parchment paper. Add mixture to the pan and smooth it out. The flatter you make it the fudge will be flat. If you make it taller then it will be thicker.
  4. Place sprinkles on top of the fudge. Place in the freezer for 1 hour.
  5. After an hour you can remove the fudge and cut. Store in the fridge. If you don't plan to serve for some time, keep in the freezer in a container and then bring to temperature in the fridge when ready to eat.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

10

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 366Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 28mgSodium: 174mgCarbohydrates: 55gFiber: 0gSugar: 46gProtein: 6g

I am not a medical expert. These calculations are provided as a courtesy.

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