Eggnog Fudge Recipe – A Christmas Classic

Eggnog Fudge Recipe

Two classic Christmas treats are eggnog and fudge, so what could be better than combining them in this Eggnog Fudge Recipe? White chocolate chips and marshmallow creme gives it yummy smoothness while the eggnog and nutmeg make it taste like the holiday drink! Use this eggnog fudge recipe to make a wonderful holiday gift by cutting it into pieces and packing into into a pretty Christmas tin or adding it to a Christmas treat tray.

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Personally, some of my favorite Christmas gifts are the kind I can eat!! As long as its something delicious (like this fudge is), it makes me happy to know that someone took the time to put their own effort into making me a gift. Food gifts are even more fun when they are presented in a special way. While I am happy to take yummy treats that are just on a plain paper plate or packed in an old cool-whip container, it’s a lot more fun when they are bundled in pretty packaging! I did a little bit of browsing and found all of the fun food containers listed above.

Eggnog Fudge Ingredients
 

Eggnog Fudge Recipe

 
INGREDIENTS
1/2 cup Butter
3/4 cup Eggnog
2 cup Sugar
12 oz White Chocolate Chips
7 oz Marshmallow Creme
1/2 tsp Nutmeg
2 tsp Vanilla

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Eggnog Fudge Process

Eggnog Fudge Mixing

DIRECTIONS
Line a 8×8 pan with foil, then butter foil.
Combine butter, eggnog and sugar in a pan and bring to a boil over medium heat.
Cook until temperature reaches 234. (Check with a candy thermometer.)
Remove from heat and stir in white chocolate until completely melted and incorporated.
Stir in Marshmallow creme, vanilla and nutmeg until smooth.
Spread into prepared pan.
Dust top with a little more nutmeg.
Allow to cool before removing from pan and cutting.

Eggnog Fudge Recipe

Eggnog Fudge Recipe – A Christmas Classic

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Butter
  • 3/4 cup Eggnog
  • 2 cup Sugar
  • 12 oz White Chocolate Chips
  • 7 oz Marshmallow Creme
  • 1/2 tsp Nutmeg
  • 2 tsp Vanilla

Instructions

  1. Line a 8×8 pan with foil, then butter foil.
  2. Combine butter, eggnog and sugar in a pan and bring to a boil over medium heat.
  3. Cook until temperature reaches 234. (Check with a candy thermometer.)
  4. Remove from heat and stir in white chocolate until completely melted and incorporated.
  5. Stir in Marshmallow creme, vanilla and nutmeg until smooth.
  6. Spread into prepared pan.
  7. Dust top with a little more nutmeg.
  8. Allow to cool before removing from pan and cutting.
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Comments

  1. burgerlady_009@yahoo.com' Carol Nine says:

    This looks delicious. I had never heard of eggnog fudge before reading this.

  2. Is this gluten free? and I don’t own a candy thermometer, what else could I use or know if it’s ready?

    • Without a thermometer you can use the soft ball test. Drop a little fudge in a cup of ice water. If it forms a soft ball then it’s done. As far as gluten free, I’m not sure. You would want to check the marshmallow creme and chips you are using to make sure they are gluten free.

  3. No Print option or am I missing it?

    • Sorry, Andrea. I had originally posted this last year before I had a print option available. I just added it to the bottom!

  4. How long can you store this fudge?

    • It should keep about 2-3 weeks in the refrigerator in an airtight container.

      • I’m making this for coworkers should they keep it cold after i give it to them or will it be ok to sit out for the day?

        • No, it doesn’t have to be refrigerated – just best for long-term storage. If being eaten within the week it is fine to leave it at room temperature the whole time.

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