If you love red velvet then this layered and swirled easy red velvet fudge is a perfect treat over the Christmas break or to make for loved ones this Valentine’s. It’s simple to make in a double broiler and takes hardly any time, but the swirls and rich red color against the white chocolate make it a pure delight for gifting and making this year. So here you go my easy Red Velvet Fudge Recipe.
Red Velvet Fudge Recipe
Growing up my grandma made fudge it always looked really complicated and when I inherited her cookbook I steered well away from the recipes. But, then we made it in the slow cooker and microwave, and I was hooked.
From then I experimented and discovered that you can even make it on the stove without having to worry about getting that temperature right at all.
What Ingredients Do I Need for Red Velvet Fudge
This is an easy fudge recipe, so not complicated at all. You’re going to make a big portion of white chocolate fudge. Then split it to incorporate the red velvet flavor into one half. It may sound complicated but I promise you it’s so easy to make and tastes delicious.
This recipe for a layered fudge calls for making a set of white chocolate fudge and then splitting it to incorporate the red velvet flavour to the other half. It may sound complicated but I promise you it’s so easy to make and tastes delicious.
So what are the ingrdients:
- 3 C sugar
- ¾ C unsalted sweet cream butter
- ⅔ C half and half cream
- 2 C white chocolate chips
- 1 7 oz jar marshmallow creme
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 C semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 3 TBSP red food coloring
I like this much better than our white chocolate fudge as although I have a sweet tooth I find I can’t eat very much white chocolate without feeling a little sick as it is so sweet. The semi-sweet chocolate chips help make the red velvet really tone down the sweetness from the white chocolate.
How do you Make Easy Red Velvet Fudge at Home
I love this recipe – yes the splitting for the 2 layers takes a little time. But even still it’s just so easy! As we’re swirling it we’re not looking for perfection in the layers but a really vibrant affect in the fudge. So here you go use the recipe card below to find out how to make easy red velvet and white chocolate fudge.
More Easy Fudge Recipes To Try
Why not try some of these other fudge recipes to amaze friends and family this Christmas