Strawberry and White Chocolate Fudge Recipe Easy No Bake Dessert
In my quest for the perfect fudge recipe, I stumbled into Inside BruCrew Life. She has an amazing looking Strawberry Shortcake Fudge recipe. And… I love fudge. Like “I LOVE FUDGE”…. I did a bit of ‘WooHoo’ and some ‘OMGLeeee’ because this wasn’t just any ordinary fudge recipe. This was Strawberry Fudge ya’ll!! But, I wasn’t quite feeling the crust. It looked beyond beautiful, but it was shortbread cookies. I was sort of feeling more like a ‘Nilla Wafers’ kind of vibe. Because, obviously. So, I do what I seem to do best and tried to wing it with the ‘Nilla Wafers. Also, Easter is like, what? 5 days away? And we have all these Jelly Beans floating around so I plunked those on top. Ya know? HEAVEN!!! It’s so light and fluffy and melt-in-your-mouth yummy! I really loved the pretty in pink look too! This is a super easy no-bake fudge recipe and right there I was sold. It’s getting warm here in Vegas and no-bake?? Oh yeah! I’m in… Want to No-Bake some Strawberry and White Chocolate Fudge with me?? Let’s hit it!
Strawberry and White Chocolate Fudge Recipe
- 2 Cups ‘Nilla Wafers (crushed, crumbled, smashed into bits)
- 5 TBSP Butter (melted, I used margarine, worked perfect)
- 4 Cups White Chocolate Chips
- 2 TBSP Butter (again, my margarine worked just awesome)
- 1/8 TSP Salt
- 1 14oz. Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1 7oz. Jar Marshmallow Fluff
- 2 Packets Duncan Hines Strawberry Frosting Creations (see a trend in my recipes here? Easy peasy!)
- Parchment Paper for Lining Pan
Start by lining an 8X8 pan with parchment paper. We only did the bottom. However, next go-round we’ll be going all the way up the sides! It did come out OK but it will be way easier if the sides of the pan are lined! Trust me on this. In saucepan medium heat, combine white chocolate chips, butter, salt and sweetened condensed milk. Stir, stir, stir and be sure all chips are melted and mixture is nice and smooth and is not lumpy (lumps are bad, remember?) Add marshmallow fluff and both packets of frosting creations. Continue stirring until mixture is once again light, fluffy and creamy. It will now be a really pretty pink and great strawberry flavor. Go ahead and give it a taste test! I couldn’t help myself! Yummy, right??!! While the pretty fudge recipe is still warm, pour over pressed wafer crust in pan. Place in fridge and allow to set up completely. Cut into nice bite sized squares. To decorate as I did, remove squares from pan. Pour sprinkles into shallow pie dish. Dip the tip of your finger in water and dab the top of each square (one at a time) and dip fudge square in sprinkles. Place a cute little jelly bean on top and continue the process until all squares are finished. Cute, right?
These turned out really great! They have a super light strawberry flavor with a hint of white chocolate. They are extremely light and fluffy. And, not the typical ‘heavy’ and very ‘rich’ of a regular fudge recipe. I think before I sealed them up in a container and put them away, I popped 4 in my mouth! Super yummy! They will go great for any Spring or Easter celebration. Take off the jelly beans and you have an awesome baby shower party food!
Try it! Tell me what ya think!
Melissa Lawler says
I think I have to convert it to gluten free and make it. YUM!
That will be easy!! Just switch out the ‘Nilla Wafers for something!! Let me know how that works!
Melissa Lawler says
You know I will!
Laurel @Let's Go on a Picnic! says
My daughter is already making a list for the store!
The kiddos here cleaned us out in about 15 minutes flat… done, gone. Need to make more 🙂
This looks absolutely delicious and something I could handle! This will be great for our family Easter get together this weekend!
It seriously is SO easy!! 1 pot and everything! Just save yourself some time and run the parchment paper all the way up the sides and it couldn’t get any easier!
That is definitely the prettiest fudge I’ve ever seen, and it looks really yummy too!
Those were EXACTLY the words I used!! PRETTIEST FUDGE EVER! Also, it’s really light and fluffy… totally a ‘pink’ thing 🙂
This recipe is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! What a great way to impress guests!
Made me look like a genius over here LOL… super secret easy way to look all Martha Stewart-ish!
This looks so delicious…perfect for Spring too!
Krystle(Baking Beauty) says
These are stunning! Sounds delicious too! There are way too many desserts I want to make for Easter!
Ellen Christian says
Wow that is absolutely gorgeous. Looks yummy!
Yum! These look heavenly.
Amber Edwards says
I love the crushed waffers base! That is such a fun twist I haven’t seen before on Fudge! These look absolutely delicious! I love it!
Elizabeth Towns says
First, your blog is really great aesthetically. Just wanted to say that before I forget to mention it. I love the colors – immediately relaxing; and the layout is very very nice! Okay, now on to the delectable eats…YUM! I can’t resist two kinds of fudge: vanilla (any with white chocolate or vanilla flavor) and easy to make. There, I ADMITTED IT. Hi, my name is Elizabeth and I am addicted to vanilla fudge. Lord – I have to stay at least 3 counties away from it until it’s time for the State fair, then I indulge ’cause I must like it stale too. lol. I might just make this.
Motherhood on the Rocks says
Wow! That looks really good. I think I’ll try that this year.
Debi Gerhart says
This doesn’t even need to be just a Easter treat. I will have to make it to try soon.
Kelsey Apley says
First off, way cute, and secondly this looks delicious!! Thanks for sharing your recipe, never had such a thing before!
Cindys Recipes and Writings says
I make fudge often never tried strawberry thanks for the idea!
Brandie (@ Home Cooking Memories) says
These looks SO pretty! Thanks for linking them up to the last Weekend Kitchen Party…hope to see you this weekend too!
I made this for my sons baptism and switched the frosting to cream cheese. I added a little touch of chocolate to the top. Everyone loved them!