Cake Batter Fudge

Cake Batter Fudge: and easy, white chocolate fudge recipe with yellow cake mix and sprinkles!

Cake Batter Fudge: and easy, white chocolate fudge recipe with yellow cake mix and sprinkles!

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I’m celebrating 5 years of blogging this month! It also coincides with the same amount of time I’ve been trying to lose an extra 5 lbs.

Coincidence? I think not!

As a food blogger, for the past 5 years I have posted about 3 recipes per week on average. While that may not seem like a whole lot…can I tell you that the amount of taste testing I do is about twice that. There are plenty of recipe fails that DON’T make the blog. They may be “good” but not quite good enough.

A little nibble here and there doesn’t seem like much, until you start adding up how many nibbles I take per day.

Cake Batter Fudge: and easy, white chocolate fudge recipe with yellow cake mix and sprinkles!

And while I usually try to create new decadent candy recipes around holidays or times when I know there will be more than just my family’s mouths to feed, sometimes, it’s just us. Or should I say, just me. My kids will take ONE nibble and then abandon the sweets for a bowl of fruit or a veggie tray.

How dare they eat so healthy, haha!! I hate seeing food go to waste, so I take one (or a dozen) for the team and polish the dessert off as if it’s my job.

Fortunately, I’m surrounded by family and friends who willingly (or not) accept plates of candy, cake and brownies without asking questions! With today’s batch of Cake Batter Fudge, we dropped it off at our local police station. Not sure if they need the extra pounds and calories, haha, but I think they enjoyed the surprise!

Making today’s Cake Batter Fudge recipe is super easy. You won’t need a candy thermometer for this easy fudge. And who wouldn’t want a plate of sprinkle laden fudge to show up on their doorstep for the birthday? Or as a teacher appreciation gift? Or just to say, hello!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes and my guide for how to make fudge!

Cake Batter Fudge: and easy, white chocolate fudge recipe with yellow cake mix and sprinkles!

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Cake Batter Fudge: and easy, white chocolate fudge recipe with yellow cake mix and sprinkles!

Aimee

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Aimee is a dessert lover (specifically rice krispie treats), workout enthusiast, self-taught foodie, and recipe creator.

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Posted on May 16, 2016

Comments & Reviews

  1. This looks fabulous! I’d love to try a patriotic version for 4th of July… I have some red/white/blue sprinkles that’d work great. 
    BUT my when my grandmother makes a similar recipe for peanut butter fudge, I always find it too sickeningly sweet for me (I know, I’m weird). Do you think I could get away without the extra sugar and just have what’s in the fluff and cake mix, or is it necessary to get everything to hold together?

    1. Boiling the sugar with the butter and cream definitely is a must in order for the fudge to set up properly!

  2. This looks fabulous! I’d love to try a patriotic version for 4th of July… I have some red/white/blue sprinkles that’s work great. 
    BUT my when my grandmother makes a similar recipe for peanut butter fudge, I always find it too sickeningly sweet for me (I know, I’m weird). Do you think I could get away without the extra sugar and just have what’s in the fluff and cake mix, or is it necessary to get everything to hold together?

  3. This fudge looks sensational Aimee! Oh boy and can I relate your post or WHAT! I have always had a sweet tooth but having a food blog and doing all the recipe testing REALLY tests your will-power. I fail often! Just last week I made a cookie recipe I was testing 8 times hahaha. Needless to say, my pants are feeling rather tight today. 

  4. WOW! This fudge looks scrumptious. Lovin’ all of the the sprinkles. NEVER too many sprinkles. Just requested to join your FB group. That’s awesome!

  5. Oh my gosh…this fudge looks so yummy!  Can’t get any better then cake batter and with sprinkles too! PERFECT!!

  6. I try not to think about how all those tastes have added to my waist…and butt!  Totally worth it though!  Love this fun sprinkled fudge!  I’m willing to taste test it for you…

  7. This fudge is so cute! I love the sprinkles and these are so worth any number of test tastes 🙂 Love the cake mix in here 🙂

  8. I would not want to add up all of the “tastes” that I’ve done to my failed and perfected recipes…I think I may never blog again with all of the calories I’ve consumed! 🙂 This fudge looks just perfect, Aimee! Cake batter anything is a favorite of mine, so I’m loving this sweet treat!

  9. I will definitely take the fudge as a teacher appreciation gift. Someone help me out there!
    And I am in love with all the desserts, so that extra 5 lbs. can just go suck it. I’d rather taste test amazing fudge like this any day! 

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