This easy Christmas cookie fudge recipe is a great way to ring in the holiday season.
The recipe features a sugar cookie mix for a unique and delicious flavor.
With a few simple ingredients and a couple of hours, you will have a wonderful holiday treat.
An Edible Gift
Fudge is always a great gift to give around the holidays. It’s easy to make, and people love to receive it as a gift.
Sugar cookies are a great holiday treat, and what better way to combine fudge and cookie flavors?
Plus, it’s super easy to make, and you don’t need a candy thermometer.
What Is Cookie Dough Fudge?
Cookie dough fudge is a fudge that contains sugar cookie mix. It’s an ingredient that gives the recipe a bit of a different and fun flavor.
Ingredient List For Christmas Sugar Cookie Fudge
- Sugar cookie mix
- White chocolate chips
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Christmas sprinkles
Full printable recipe card with measurements and instructions listed at the bottom of the post in the recipe card.
Tools Needed For The Sweet Treat
- Medium saucepan
- Square baking dish
- Parchment paper (optional)
- Airtight container to store the fudge or some plastic wrap to cover it.
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- Easy peanut butter fudge
- Easy air fryer candied pecans
- Vanilla pound cake with cream cheese frosting
- No bake chocolate cream pie
- Brown sugar pound cake with butter pecan glaze
Step-By-Step Instructions For The Sugar Cookie Fudge Recipe
Start by adding the white chocolate chips to a medium saucepan. Turn the stovetop on medium heat.
Next, pour the sweetened condensed milk into the saucepan.
After the chocolate begins to melt, add the sugar cookie mixture and mix until well blended.
Cook until the chocolate melts, stirring occasionally.
Pour the delicious sugar cookie fudge into the square pan.
I used parchment paper to line the pan because it’s easier to lift out the fudge when it sets up. But, it is optional.
Add the sprinkles to the top of the fudge and let the fudge mixture set up for about one hour in the refrigerator.
I bought some sprinkles on Amazon, but you can use your favorite sprinkles. Red and green sprinkles are fun for Christmas. The link is in the recipe card below.
You can add red, white, and blue festive sprinkles for the Fourth of July or change them out for any holiday.
Or, you can forgo all of the sprinkles and stick to a creamy white chocolate fudge recipe.
Cookie Dough Flavor
The recipe has a delicious cookie dough flavor with the addition of the sugar cookie mixture.
Once the fudge sets up, you can lift it out of the pan and slice it.
I place the fudge in the refrigerator, and it firms up fast. You can also leave it at room temperature, but it might take two to three hours to firm up.
Can You Microwave The Fudge?
Yes, you can also make this Christmas fudge recipe in the microwave.
Simply melt the chocolate chips for about one minute, stir to melt, and microwave in increments of 10 seconds if more time is needed.
Add the rest of the ingredients, pour into the square pan, and add the holiday sprinkles on top.
Is Evaporated Milk Or Condensed Milk Better For Fudge?
Both ingredients make delicious fudge. Evaporated milk is the more traditional ingredient for making fudge. You must cook the fudge that contains evaporated milk.
If using condensed milk, you can microwave the fudge. You will most likely not need sugar if making the fudge with sweetened condensed milk.
Holiday Fudge Recipes
- Mamie Eisenhower’s million dollar fudge is a creamy, decadent, and chocolatey dessert that has been around for generations.
- Tiger butter fudge only requires a few ingredients and is super easy to make. It will become one of your favorite treats.
- Peppermint white chocolate fudge is made with peppermints or candy canes for a festive holiday treat.
- Classic chocolate fudge is made with just a few basic ingredients and is perfect for Christmas cookie trays, gift-giving, and sharing with the family.
- Eggnog fudge is a fun way to add some of your favorite flavors to fudge.
- Three-ingredient fudge from Out Of The Box Baking is one of the best parts of the holidays.
Sugar Cookie Christmas Fudge
When it’s Christmas time, your friends will be begging you for a batch of this easy fudge recipe. I promise you will love this festive treat.
- 1-1/4 cups sugar cookie mix
- 12 ounce bag of white chocolate chips
- 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
- Christmas sprinkles (optional)
- Line a square 8-inch by 8-inch baking dish with parchment paper.
- Add the white chocolate chips to a medium saucepan and heat on the stovetop on medium heat.
- Next, add the sweetened condensed milk and stir to combine.
- Pour the cookie mix into the pan and stir to combine. Continue cooking until the chocolate chips are melted.
- Pour the melted fudge into the square baking dish.
- Add the sprinkles to the top of the fudge and place it into the refrigerator to set up for about one hour.
The fudge does not have to be refrigerated but will last longer if kept in the refrigerator.
The parchment paper is optional. It makes it easy to lift the fudge out of the pan after it sets up. If you do not use parchment paper, lightly grease the pan with some cooking spray.
Keep the fudge in an airtight container or cover it with some plastic wrap.
I used Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix for the recipe.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 25 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 320Total Fat: 15gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 22mgSodium: 171mgCarbohydrates: 44gFiber: 0gSugar: 34gProtein: 4g
Nutrition is approximate.