White Chocolate Fudge

With only a week to go before Christmas, the pressure is on! Concerts, parties, shopping, wrapping, more shopping and wrapping – the list goes on and on. So, what about your holiday baking? I sure hope the busy schedule didn’t hinder the chance to bake some goodies in the kitchen! Delicious priorities, people!

Whether it’s for guests that pop by or just for us to enjoy after dinner {with a Christmas movie}, seasonal baking is great to have on hand. Yet, you don’t need to devote an entire day to slaving in the kitchen, thanks to some easy Christmas recipes found at Kraft Canada.

Specifically, the White Chocolate Fudge. *swoon*

white chocolate fudge

When I went to the site to find a goodie to make on weekend afternoon, my eyes immediately went to this recipe. My heart belong to White Chocolate and I knew this recipe would be a hit. Best of all, it’s so simple to make, I almost cringe calling it ‘baking’. Take a peek at the simplicity of this recipe.

White Chocolate Fudge
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  1. 2 pkg. (170 g each) Baker's White Chocolate
  2. 3/4 cup canned sweetened condensed milk
  3. 1/2 cup dried cranberries
  4. 1 Tbsp. orange zest
  5. 1 cup coarsely chopped toasted almonds {optional}
  1. LINE 8-inch square pan with foil, with ends of foil extending over sides. Microwave chocolate and milk in large microwaveable bowl on MEDIUM 2 to 3 min. or until chocolate is almost melted; stir until completely melted. Stir in nuts, cranberries and zest.
  2. SPREAD onto bottom of prepared pan. Refrigerate 2 hours or until firm.
  3. USE foil handles to lift fudge from pan before cutting to serve.
  1. VARIATION Prepare as directed, substituting 1 cup chopped toasted pecans for the almonds, and 1/2 cup each chopped red and green candied cherries for the cranberries.
  2. NOTEThis fudge makes a great treat for teachers. Don't forget to include a copy of the recipe with your gift!
  3. HOW TO USE THE LEFTOVER SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK Store leftover sweetened condensed milk in tightly covered container in refrigerator up to 1 week. Serve over cut-up fruit or hot cooked oatmeal. Or for extra flavour, stir into your cup of hot brewed coffee or tea instead of regular milk.
Adapted from Kraft Canada
Adapted from Kraft Canada
My Organized Chaos http://www.myorganizedchaos.net/

This recipe is from Kraft Canada, yet I adapted it for the nuts being optional. Not only does my husband have a nut allergy, yet I know just how dangerous it can be to some and would rather not take the chance at guests reacting.

This is the part you’ll love, busy parents, since this recipe from the start to putting it in the fridge to cool – took just 7 minutes. I love that this recipe fits in so well with the busy schedule which is especially chaotic around the holidays.

But the taste? HEAVEN! I could easily coin this the best chocolate fudge ever {pause while I run to grab a square to enjoy}. If you opt to only make one treat this holiday season, make these – they have become my new favourite!

white chocolate fudge kraft canada

This recipe would even be a great one for a baking exchange {lucky recipients!} or as gifts to those you love and appreciate. In fact, I gave some to my delivery people last week. They sure were happy! To complete the present and the look, print out a pdf of gift tags found on the Kraft Canada website. I love that the site offers these!

What baking do you look forward to most during the holidays?



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  1. Joanne says

    That looks delicious! And super simple. It’s crunch time, so any sweet but easy recipes are a God-send right now, especially ones that are naturally gluten-free like fudge. Will be adding this to my Christmas baking today, thank you!!

  2. Dawn Wiley-Rader says

    I love fudge! love to make it just as much as eating it! :) this looks like a great recipe to try! thanks for sharing!

  3. says

    This recipe looks very good. There is always so much chocolate around at holiday time its nice to see a whlte chocolate for a change. Less messy for the little ones too. I might have to try this recipe this year. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Catherine Robichaud says

    This looks great. I always look forward to the millionaires shortbread at christmas.


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