Candy Recipes: Rainbow Sprinkle Fudge

Use cookie cutters to cut the fudge into fun shapes or to spell out a greeting or a friend&s name.
By Courtney Dial Whitmore
Nov 11, 2014

Ages

6-18


Nov 11, 2014

Make 45 to 50 Pieces

What you need:

• 4 oz cream cheese, room temperature
• 3 cups powdered sugar
• 1/4 tsp salt
• 1 11-oz package white chocolate chips
• 1 tsp vanilla extract
• 1 tsp almond extract
• 3/4 cup rainbow sprinkles

What to do:

1. Beat cream cheese until smooth and fluffy.

2. Slowly add powdered sugar and salt.

3. Melt white chocolate in a microwavable bowl in 30-second intervals until smooth.

4. Pour chocolate into cream cheese mixture and stir until blended.

5. Stir in extracts.

6. Pour in 1/2 cup of the rainbow sprinkles — do not over-stir or the sprinkles will melt and muddy the color of the fudge.

7. Pour fudge mixture into 9" x 9" pan lined with wax paper.

8. Sprinkle remaining 1/4 cup of rainbow sprinkles over poured fudge.

9. Refrigerate until chilled and then cut into rectangles to serve.

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Courtney Dial Whitmore is the author of Candy Making for Kids and Push-Up Pops. She lives in Nashville, TN, with her husband. All recipes shown are excerpted from Candy Making for Kids by Courtney Dial Whitmore, reprint permission by Gibbs Smith Publishing.

Photo Credit: Mark Lund

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