Easter white chocolate fudge is quick and easy to make with this microwave white fudge recipe! Only three ingredients and less than 5 minutes of active prep time are needed to create this festive no bake spring treat.
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Traditional fudge is made on the stove top by combining butter, sugar, milk and chocolate. And, yes, you most often enjoy fudge around Christmas time. Today we are changing things up and making an easy fudge in the microwave.
We’ll lighten the colors and make a pretty, white and pastel Easter dessert with white fudge. Festive Jordan almonds provide spring hues of pink, violet, light blue, light green and yellow. Jordan almonds look like little Easter eggs nestled into the fudge which makes it a perfect sweet bite for your Easter dessert buffet.
The process of making microwave fudge couldn’t be easier. Sweetened condensed milk is the key to this creamy fudge recipe. Sweetened condensed milk is simply milk and sugar.
All of my ingredients in this three ingredient fudge are from Sprouts Farmers Market. Only three ingredients! I shop at Sprouts for their affordable prices and great selection. Creating recipes with their products for every day meals and for special occasions is part of my weekly routine.
How to make white chocolate microwave fudge
- Melt the sweetened condensed milk and the white chocolate chips.
- Fold in any add-ins. We use Jordan almonds for Easter fudge.
- Pour into a 8 by 8 pan lined with aluminum foil.
- Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
- Cut into squares to serve.
What are Jordan almonds?
Jordan almonds are candy coated almonds. Traditionally these pastel candies have been used as wedding favors. Pastel colors like yellow, green, pink, blue and light purple are the usual coatings but these almonds can come in any color.
Their egg shape is perfect for Easter desserts too. The outer coating is a hard candy coating so be ready for a crunchy bite! The added texture pairs well with this creamy white chocolate fudge.
Is white chocolate really chocolate?
White chocolate is typically not considered to be real chocolate. While it does contain cocoa butter, white chocolate doesn’t have chocolate solids and is not the same as chocolate.
Technical definitions aside, many companies sell white chocolate in the bar or chip form. When making a recipe with a short ingredient list (like this fudge) it’s important to use high quality ingredients. Find white chips or vanilla chips that you like to eat plain because the flavor of the chips is a prominent taste in your fudge.
Variations on chocolate fudge
I love making fudge and especially like this fast microwave version. Fudge is a lovely homemade gift any time of the year! For more Easter fudge suggestions, try mixing in jelly beans or dried berries.
More Easter recipes
- Italian Easter Cheese Bread
- Cross Cookies
- Mashed Potato Rolls
- Strawberry Pudding Cookies
- Strawberry Banana Fool
- Easter Basket Cookies
- Pavlova with Strawberries
- Lemon Meltaway Cookies
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Easter White Chocolate Fudge Recipe
- 1 can (14 oz) Sprouts Organic Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1 bag (12 oz) white chocolate chips
- 1 cup Jordan almonds
- Baking spray
1. Pour Sprouts organic sweetened condensed milk and the white chocolate chips into a microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high for one minute. Stir. If the chips are not melted yet, microwave again for 30 seconds and stir again.
2. Fold in the Jordan almonds, reserving about 10-15 almonds for the top.
3. Line an 8 by 8 pan with aluminum foil. Spray with baking spray. Pour in the melted fudge mixture. Top with the remaining Jordan almonds.
4. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until firm. Cut into squares and enjoy!
Serving Size:1 square
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 49Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 6mgCarbohydrates: 8gFiber: 0gSugar: 6gProtein: 1g
This data is provided by Nutritionix and is an estimate only.
Holly Baker started the food blog, A Baker’s House, in 2011. She is the writer, recipe creator, and photographer for the site. Holly loves to bake and shares recipes for gluten free food, canning recipes, as well as traditional desserts too. Her recipes and food photography have been highlighted by BuzzFeed, Reader’s Digest, and She Knows.