This is a recipe for the best most fabulously unusual Peppermint Swirl White Fudge ever! Which I lost, and then found and then lost and then found again a few minutes ago while cleaning! I've decided to share it with the world before I lose it again in the move. Because I'll need to make it for the open house next month. Assuming that we actually move. Cause we may just give up, steal an RV, and flee to Mexico.

Peppermint Swirl White Fudge

1 (12 oz) package vanilla chips
1 can vanilla frosting
1/2 teaspoon peppermint extract
4 drops red food coloring
2 Tablespoons crushed peppermint candies

Line an 8-inch square pan with foil
Lightly butter the foil
Melt chips in a large sauce pan on low heart.
Remove from heat, stir in frosting and extract.
Spread in buttered pan.
Drop food coloring over the fudge.
Pull knife through mixture to marble design.
Sprinkle with crushed candy, pressing slightly
Refridgerate until firm, about 1 hour.
Cut into squares.
Makes 36 little pieces.

Hmmmmm. Now that I've written this recipe down, I have doubts. But, its was super-extra-yummy at the Christmas party last year. And the woman who gave it to me seems normal enough to not sabatage recipes she shares. We'll just have to see. This does sound like something the kids would love making!


yummy! thanks!

Julie Leung | 10/29/2006 - 03:28 AM

It was possibly coekod too long or stirred too long. As soon as it starts boiling, turn it off. Then just stir until it starts to thicken. Do not over stir. The frosting is like fudge, when it cool to that certain stage, it thickens quickly. Test the consistency by dropping a spoonful onto a cupcake. It should spread a little, but not run off the side. Also, it is affected by the weather like fudge. Hope this helps!

Jutatip | 03/31/2013 - 04:46 AM

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