I give you Egg Nog Candy Cane Fudge!
Here's What You'll Need:
2 1/2 cups sugar
1/2 cup butter
2/3 cup egg nog
1 198g jar marshmallow cream
8 oz white chocolate, melted and cooled
1 tsp cinnamon
3 crushed peppermint candy canes
And Here's What You Do:
1. Line a 9x9 in pan with tinfoil (fold over sides because you'll lift the whole thing out when it's done)
2. Butter the foil (you want it to slip right off when it's finished)
3. Mix sugar, butter, and egg nog in a large saucepan
4. Bring to a boil (stir constantly) and keep boiling over medium heat for 5 minutes (stir constantly).
5. Remove from heat and add marshmallow cream, white chocolate, and cinnamon. Stir until smooth.
6. Stir in candy canes (save a bit to sprinkle on top if you want).
7. Spread evenly in pan (sprinkle the rest of your candy cane bits on top if desired)
8. Chill until set (2 hours or more).
9. Remove from pan (lift foil out).
10. Remove foil, cut into squares (I LOVE sweet things and can eat a lot of them, but I would cut this into smaller squares because a little is enough for me!)
Store in fridge. Makes about 4 dozen squares
This stuff is AMAZING and I would say it's a must-try recipe for the holidays!
Maybe you'll love it as much as I do and want to make it every year!
This fudge is gorgeous and I think the Egg Nog will give this fudge a terrific flavor. I already made my fudge for Christmas, but I want to make this recipe next year! Thanks for sharing a terrific recipe.ReplyDelete
You're very welcome! :)Delete
I love all of the ingredients in the Egg Nog Candy Cane Fudge - I've just never thought of putting them together. I'm going to have to try this recipe. It looks so good.ReplyDelete
It IS really good! :) If you love all the ingredients, you'll love the fudge! :)Delete
I love every one of these ingredients...this recipe sounds amazing!ReplyDelete
I bet this is popular with friends, especially this time of year!ReplyDelete
I shockingly have all the ingredients! (I never do!). This looks like a lot of fun to make!ReplyDelete
It's a good one! I usually have to go out to get the white chocolate. :)Delete
I LOVE fudge and I love candy canes too. This sounds fantastic! I would likely eat a bit too much of this.ReplyDelete
haha I tend to do that with all delicious treats!Delete
Yum! You had me at Egg Nog. I have company coming for Christmas so this is on my list to make! YUM!ReplyDelete
Oh good! I hope you like it!Delete
Ever since the weather got colder here in Michigan I have been craving peppermint candy canes, so I am so excited to try this recipe, perfect combination of ingredients.ReplyDelete
Wow, that's a very sugary, holiday treat!ReplyDelete
It definitely is! :) I love it, but it's one that I can't eat a lot of at once (probably a good thing ;)Delete
WOW! My boys would love this holiday treat. :)ReplyDelete
This looks so good and what a great idea to use any leftover candy canes from stockings and the tree :)ReplyDelete
OMG,this fudge looks sinfully delicious,I wish I seen this at Christmas,I have to be good(eating wise) till Easter...will freezer my candy canes till thenReplyDelete
This looks yummy!! I must make it next year for the my kiddies :)ReplyDelete
Something like this would never last in my house....my guys would devour it super ridiculously quick!ReplyDelete
This is on my list to make for the holidays this year.ReplyDelete
This looks really yummy. And so apt for Christmas time.ReplyDelete
I've never seen a recipe like this but it looks delicious and fairly easy to makeReplyDelete
Oh my these sound so good, I love eggnog and candy canes, this will also make a great homemade gift as well, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Fudge is always a favourite on our Christmas platters but I have to say I've never made any quite like this. I love it and I think my family will too!ReplyDelete