Peppermint Fudge

Peppermint Fudge : sweet layers of fudge with peppermint marshmallow and candy cane!
Today is the first day of my month long giveaway extravaganza!! I’m pretty excited for all of you!

I have some amazing prizes ranging in value from $50-$250 EACH!

As many of you know (at least those who visit Shugary Sweets often), I love fudge and truffles! I make some variety of fudge quite frequently here on the blog! So much so that “candy” has it’s own category up top there!

One of my favorite products I use is Candiquik!

I love how quickly it sets up and stays hard! No melting all over your fingers!

Today, Candiquik is providing a fun package of goodies for one lucky winner, filled with an assortment of coatings (vanilla and chocolate), sprinkles and some fun fondue goodies, all valued over $50! JUST in time for Christmas baking!

And, if you have no idea what to make? Visit Miss Candiquik…she has some fabulous treats on her blog!! Be sure to enter the Rafflecopter below and follow the questions for lots of chances to win! This giveaway will close at midnight on Wednesday, November 28…and a new giveaway will begin! So be sure to enter and come back!!

Peppermint Fudge : sweet layers of fudge with peppermint marshmallow and candy cane!

Now, on to this fudge!

I used Andes Peppermint Baking Chips to give the bottom layer a creamy texture with peppermint flavor. Then, I went one more step and topped the fudge with some Mini Peppermint Marshmallows and White Candiquik…and some broken candy cane pieces!

Peppermint Fudge : sweet layers of fudge with peppermint marshmallow and candy cane!

Easy. Delicious. And would be a perfect gift for family, friends, neighbors, teachers…you get the drift! ENJOY.

Be sure to check out my guide for how to make fudge for plenty of fudge-making tips and tricks!


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Yield: 64 pieces

Peppermint Fudge

Peppermint Fudge
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 25 minutes

Creamy Peppermint Fudge topped with marshmallow and candy canes.


  • 1 bag (12oz) white chocolate morsels
  • 1 bag (10oz) Andes Peppermint Crunch baking chips
  • 7oz jar marshmallow creme
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 3/4 cup heavy cream
  • 2 cup granulated sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 pkg (16oz) vanilla Candiquik, melted
  • 3 cup Mini Peppermint Marshmallows
  • 5 peppermint candy canes, broken


  1. In a mixing bowl, add white chocolate morsels, Andes baking chips and marshmallow creme. Set aside.
  2. Prepare a 13x9 baking dish by lining it with parchment paper. Set aside.
  3. In medium saucepan, heat butter, heavy cream, sugar and salt over medium high heat. Bring to a boil and continue stirring. Boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat.
  4. Pour over morsels and marshmallow creme, beating with a whisk until smooth and melted. (I highly suggest using an electric stand or handheld mixer- this fudge is thick)! Pour fudge into prepared baking dish.
  5. Melt vanilla candiquik according to package directions. Allow to cool slightly (a couple minutes). Fold in mini marshmallows and pour over top of fudge. Immediately sprinkle with broken candy canes. Allow fudge to set, about 2-3 hours. Cute into bites and enjoy!

Peppermint Fudge : sweet layers of fudge with peppermint marshmallow and candy cane!

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199 comments on “Peppermint Fudge”

  1. I am so going to be giving that fudge recipe a go! πŸ™‚ I have this morning made some stem ginger fudge, which smells YUM! πŸ™‚ xx

  2. OOo I have never made fudge because I always thought it was too hard but this doesn’t look so bad, maybe I should give it a try! πŸ™‚

  3. My favorite Holiday treat to make is decorated sugar cookies because it just isn’t the holidays without them!

  4. These look amazing and I’m printing the recipe to take to a party! Woot!

  5. Fun giveaway and love Candiquik! Your fudge looks delish!

  6. SalBug

    I make my mom’s Sandies every year. They’re a rolled sugar coated crumbly delight.

  7. I love to giveaway Gingerbread Men!

  8. That has got to be the prettiest fudge I’ve ever seen! Truly a work of yummy art πŸ™‚ I’me excited for you giveaways!

  9. This has to be the most amazing looking fudge I have ever seen! I haven’t tried Candiquick before… Haven’t seen it in any of my local stores.

  10. I like to give people a variety of bite size cookies and candies!

  11. I love the fun layers in this yummy looking fudge!!! So pretty and perfect for the holiday cookie trays!!! Such a fun giveaway!!!

  12. This fudge would make my HAPPY!
    I’m a big fan of cookies and small, easy to wrap goodies.

  13. I also love fudge and truffles! But don’t make them myself.. :/ These pink ones you have made look so cute!

  14. Monica

    I love anything with eggnog in at holiday time.

  15. Terri

    My family loves when I make them chocolate covered peanuts for the holidays!

  16. shannon

    Lookinh forward to making this with my family.
    Thank you.

  17. Amy! This fudge is amazing. Love, love, love LOVE! My favorite Christmas treat to give is bark. Easy and delish!

  18. This is seriously the prettiest fudge ever. I definitely would love to try this. Perfect for this time of year!

  19. Andrea J

    Looks sooo delicious. Putting it on my to do list.

  20. This looks amazing! I LOVE Muddy Buddies at Christmas time! Thanks for the giveaway πŸ™‚

  21. Kimberly H

    Peppermint marshmallows sound heavenly! Especially in some cocoa…mmm… My favorite treat to make for others is either pie or biscotti.

  22. Aimie, you are the fudge queen! This one is so Christmasy, perfect for gift giving. I love giving treats dipped in chocolate but fudge is always easy too!

  23. Sheila

    I love Candiquick! This fudge looks divine!!

  24. I usually find that fudge made with milk or dark chocolate is too rich, but this looks absolutely incredible!

    Sweet Tooth

  25. Linda L

    Your Peppermint Fudge is about the prettiest treat I’ve ever seen! Can’t wait to try to make it. Where would I look for the Andes Peppermint Baking Chips & Peppermint Marshmallows? I’ve never seen either. I live in northwest WA.

    My favorite Christmas treat are the round pecan balls rolled in p.sugar. My mom now
    sends me a large tin of them for Christmas each year. She’s in poor health now so I’m not likely to get any this year. May have to make my own.

    Your Christmas Giveaway would sure come in handy in making this fudge. I’m very low income & making treats around the holidays is a luxury. Will keep an eye out for you on Facebook & your blog.

    Have a Merry Christmas!

  26. Rachel

    This looks absolutely delicious!!

  27. Lacey W

    Thanks for the giveaway!!! Love me some Candiquik!!

  28. Nancy E

    Love to give homemade cookie/candy platters to friends at Christmas. This peppermint fudge would be great on them..

  29. Susan Hahaj

    Peppermint is my favorite! Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway!

  30. Denise

    I always make chocolate covered pretzels with my kids to give as gifts. But, I think we may be trying out this fudge this year.

  31. Maegan

    I am going to have to try this fudge. my daughter loves peppermint.

  32. This fudge looks so good! I love the mini peppermint marshmallows. My favorite treat to make for the holidays is either fudge or cookies. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  33. I love making and giving Pumpkin Bread. I only make it once a year. I should really make it more often. Your fudge looks AWESOME!

  34. courtney

    this fudge looksss so good!

  35. What a pretty holiday treat! I’m a chocolate fudge girl myself, but I’ve never seen peppermint. This recipe is being saved now! You did a brilliant job on the presentation. I’m sure they taste just as good too.

  36. Mmm, fudge.
    Reminds me I need to hit Aldi to stock up on melting chocolate…

  37. Shelly

    I love to give cookies!

  38. Wow, I’m not normally a big fan of fudge – but this I would love to try!

  39. Oh that fudge is wonderful! Not only does it sound delicious, but the presentation is adorable with all of the candy canes!

  40. Cindy A.

    I have always loved chocolate covered cherries.

  41. Christi Pike

    I love to make homeade carmels at Christmas time. I have to be careful though to not make them too early or they are all gone before Christmas πŸ™‚

  42. Jennifer

    I love so many of your recipes! And this fudge looks really yummy!

  43. I might have to try making this as a gift this year. It looks really easy, and who doesn’t love fudge?

  44. I love to give Christmas cookies! Especially oatmeal raisin. πŸ™‚

  45. I love to give shortbread cookies away at Christmastime. πŸ™‚

  46. I love to do cookie trays! I need this fudge NOW!

  47. Andrea D.

    I love making homemade marshmallows.

  48. Maria

    I love to make truffles and different cookies…gingerbread men and women always!

  49. Okay, this fudge looks absolutely amazing! Peppermint is my go-to flavor this time of year. I could eat this all day long.

  50. yep pinned to my fudge board! looks so yum!

  51. Karla G

    Love making/giving stollen, but I love receiving toffee!

  52. My favorite homemade treat is my cousin’s cinnamon bread. We freeze the mini loaves she gives us and eat it after the holidays.

  53. I love giving (& getting!) cookies!! πŸ™‚

  54. I’m looking forward to the tin of baklava my office receives every year! It to die for!

  55. Meg

    Ooooh! How exciting! I would love the chance to give this product a go! πŸ™‚

  56. Connie Beard

    Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipes with us!

  57. Jan R

    I enjoy making and giving mini loaf breads.

  58. I love giving quick breads, and love receiving homemade candies. =)

  59. Darlene H

    My grandmothers homemade pecan caramels!

  60. Mini peppermint marshmallows? I don’t think I have ever seen those. I think I need to pay more attention when I’m at the grocery store!

  61. Fudge is like the perfect food! It’s easy, it’s portable, and the possibilities are endless! Love peppermint fudge, it’s one of my most favorites!

  62. Laura

    I love peppermint fudge! I would love to win this!

  63. Donna Tillman Bardocz

    I love your fudge recipe and giveaway!

  64. This fudge is so pretty and I bet delicious, I just love all things peppermint! i’m glad you introduced me to candiquick I have seen it but didn’t know much about it. I am going to make this fudge for sure for the holiday season, thanks for the recipe!

  65. sarah reyna

    i love salted caramels and marshmellows

  66. Valerie

    I love making fudge, but never tried a new spin, this may just be the treat to try!!

  67. Keri

    So many people have asked me for your website thanks to the fudge I’ve been making and sharing. Thanks for having fun and easy recipes!

  68. Sara L.

    My favorite holiday treat to give out are rolo pretzel turtles. They are easy peasy to make and so yummy. My favorite treat to receive is caramel praline crunch that my mother in law makes. It is decadent!

  69. Carla Hundley

    I have a friend who loves peppermint, so
    I’ll give her this recipe and have her make
    me some!

    Carla from Utah

  70. Tammy Vazquez

    My favorite treats to give away for Christmas is sugared pecans and fudge.

  71. I cannot wait to try this recipe! I’m always looking for good holiday themed recipes – and I especially love new candy and fudge recipes!

  72. Tracy Clouse

    This looks fabulous!!!!!

  73. Michelle

    ohhh! that looks delicious, adding it to my christmas baking list

  74. I love to make, eat and give fudge!!

  75. Last year I made these chubby hubby truffles that everyone LOVED. I will be making them again this year. πŸ˜‰
    But that peppermint fudge HAS to be made in my house too this holiday!

  76. Terri C

    Fudge is my favorite ! My sis would love this peppermint, may have to send some to her!

  77. Tracy

    Great giveaway! πŸ™‚

  78. Anything with chocolate is what I love to give away, make, and/or eat!

  79. Wendy Rusch

    Baking and Candy making are 2 of my favorite things to do this time of year…I bake and make and give away sooooo much!!! Friends, family and neighbors love me!!! This would be an amazing Prize to receive!!! πŸ™‚

  80. Your peppermint fudge looks yummy. I LOVE your pictures, so much I bought your e-book, Tasty Food Photography. I would love for you to visit me @
    Wanda Ann

  81. I made fudge today but it’s pretty messy. πŸ™‚ This looks so good and it doesn’t hurt that it’s super cute! Wish we had candy canes or peppermints over here. And fun… giveaways!

  82. Amber

    Yummy looking fudge, & nice giveaway πŸ™‚

  83. What a great Christmas recipe! I’d love for you to share this or any of your great ideas at the link party going on now (and every Saturday – Tuesday)at ‘Or so she says …’

  84. Wow Aimee, these are incredibly beautiful. I love the colours and everything. I bet they’re incredible.

    If you don’t mind, I’d love if you would stop by and share these and any other dessert creations on Sugar & Slice Sunday weekly link party.

  85. Made these tonight for a party tomorrow. Thanks for the share!

  86. Tanda

    Made Cookies and Cream fudge and the Peppermint fudge for my co-workers at school….I am their favorite cook!

  87. That looks SO GOOD! I really wish I could reach through the screen and have a piece right now – LOL! πŸ™‚

  88. Janelle

    Tried making this, but had a problem. After heating the appropriate ingredients. I poured the heated mixture over the other ingredients as directed above. However, my mixture was not smooth. Can anyone help, what did I do wrong?

    • Hmmm, did use use a mixer with a whisk attachment or a hand whisk? Either should work, but hand whisking would take a little longer. The hot mixture should not have had any problems! I wish I had a better answer for you! Without being in your kitchen (wouldnt that be fun) I really cant tell you what went wrong. The only thing I can think is you didnt mix long enough after adding hot mixture! Sorry πŸ™

      • Janelle

        Thanks for the reply. I hand mixed it rather than used an electric mixer. Maybe I’ll try again and use an electric mixer, I must have gave up too quickly. One other question. Is there another version of the Anede’s banking chips? The kind I got made the mixture more brown then pink as shown in the picture.


        • Jennifer

          I just made a batch of this fudge and mine didn’t turn out creamy either. I used an electric whisk in mine. In fact mine had some kind of red oily liquid seeping out if it. I followed directions just as written. I am now waiting on it to cool so I can hopefully have it turn out right.

          • I’ve made this fudge twice now (and it’s my basic recipe). I’m not quite sure why it didn’t turn out for you. I wonder if there was a bad batch of these baking chips? Both times mine turned out pink and pretty. I would just say, double check the ingredients, and cooking time. Sorry Jennifer!

            • Jennifer

              I am glad to reply that once it sat up in the fridge it turned out great. I did however, pour out some of that red oily juice that seemed to appear after everything was mixed, before I placed it in the fridge. Both my husband and in-laws loved it. I will be making this again to give as a gift along with some other treats to my husbands bosses and fellow employees. I’m also going to try making it with milk chocolate morsels and see how it turns out.

  89. Hey does this need to be refrigerated or can it be stored at room temp? Looks AMAZING would love to make as gifts πŸ˜€ Thanks!

  90. Megan M.

    This looks wonderful cant wait to make it!

  91. Emily

    I had seen this recipe on Pinterest and finally got the chance to try it. I had followed all of the ingredients and directions posted above. I had expected the fudge itself to turn pink, like the picture shows. Instead, it was brown. This had me confused and wondering if the picture was the result of the directions, or possibly belonged to a different recipe. When I had started mixing my boiled mixture with the morsels, baking chips, and marshmallow creme, it was extremely thick and constantly oozing butter. Before pouring in the pan to set, I had to drain all of the sitting butter twice! The outcome, however, had set successfully, still looking nothing like the picture posted.

    • Renae Lynn

      Mine turned out just as pictured, did you maybe use the chocolate andes baking bits instead of the white peppermint crunch one? That would make the difference perhaps πŸ™‚ there isn’t anything brown listed in the recipe so that would be strange otherwise πŸ™‚

      • Jodie

        My husband picked up the regular andes chips and mine was also brown. I had an issue with it not being creamy when I added it to the chip mixture. I actually put it back on some heat to help melt it a little better. Mine is very oozy with oil also. I intended to make two batches for my sons Christmas party at school, but waiting to see how the first batch turns out once I refrigerate it. Hopefully it is still good.

  92. what and where do I get candiquick?

    • Hi Tammy,
      Candiquik can be disguised under several names. Some stores will call it vanilla candy coating…or vanilla almond bark. It’s usually found in the same section as your chocolate chips, and it’s sold in a solid chunk. Hope this helps!

  93. Hi, I made this fudge last night. I am happy with how it turned out. Except its not pink…I know there are a few others who had the same problem, I just don’t see an answer for the problem we’ve all had. I don’t understand how it could be pink with out having some sort of food coloring. And even then, with having the chocolate andes mints in there, how would it turn pink anyway? Please answer my question, thank you!

  94. Janet

    Had the same problem that it was not smooth and it was oily as well.

    • I can’t imagine why this is not smooth for some of you. You are using the Andes Peppermint Crunch Baking chips? I am making this again on Monday, I will try to take photos of the process and update my post with those photos!!!

      • Anonymous

        I used the Andes peppermint crunch chips. One thought I had after poking around online was that the sugar, butter, cream mixture boiled too long or too high. Almost all other recipes online call for a candy thermometer. Maybe the temp got too high and crystallized? I am not sure.

  95. Janine

    Hi there, just made the peppermint fudge. The first layer seemed greasy to me. I blotted it before I added the marshmallow/candiquik layer. Is that normal or did I do something wrong. By the way I made the red velvet triffle for thanksgiving and they practically liked the bowl. I added some rasberries as part of the layers and then I also soaked the cake layer with ameretto liquer. It was delicious!! thanks for the great recipe.

  96. Krystle

    I was so excited to try this recipe! I’ve since tried to make it 2 times and both haven’t turned out. The first time I followed the directions perfectly and it turned into a thick paste surrounded by liquid! The second time I decided to use a candy thermometer to get it to the accurate 234Β°F and I got the same results, just not as much liquid! Not sure what’s wrong with this recipe but I’m dissapointed it didn’t turn out. πŸ™

    • I made two more batches this week, and honestly am not sure why there is trouble. The batter definitely is thick, but there should be no liquid. Are you using an electric mixer to whisk in the chips and marshmallow?

      • Krystle

        I am whisking it by hand. After continuously blotting the red liquid/oil away and refrigerating for a few hours it has hardened and all liquid is gone. When mixing it was very thick and grainy, but the final result isn’t as grainy. Should I try using a mixer in the future? You should make a post with step by step photos for the baking impaired like myself! LOL πŸ™‚

        • I think I might have to do a video on this one πŸ™‚
          The fudge is very thick, so I do suggest using a handheld or stand mixer (I updated the recipe to include that). I still am not sure about the liquid, the only thing I can think is because I use a stand mixer I never saw it (it just mixed it all up for me)?
          Hope this helps!

    • Kim

      Hi, the same thing just happened to me and I used my Kitchen Aid mixer…wow, what a complete mess, the liquid splattered everywhere and yes I followed the directions to the letter…the paste tastes good, so will carry on and let it set up in the fridge.

  97. Alice

    I love your recipe but I am confused as to what candiquik is. I have never heard of that and have been searching everywhere for it! Is it like the chocolate/candy wafers used for candy making that they sell at Michaels? From the directions, that’s what it sounds like…..

  98. Renae Lynn

    Thanks for sharing this recipe! My friend and I made it for our holiday baking, and I used mine in some gift baskets and everyone has loved them! I also a while ago made your chocolate cherry fudge recipe and that looked so beautiful and also got a lot of rave reviews and requests for the recipe. They were both so easy to make too.

  99. Jean

    I’m sorry, but all I had was a big puddle of oil on my fudge. I used my hand mixer as suggested, and even had my husband try to mix it up. This recipe cost a lot of money to make and you should not have a fudge with oil sitting on the top.

  100. Jean

    Jennifer, maybe the secret is to pour off the oil. My problem is you shouldn’t have to pour off the oil. It should mix with the other ingredients. I’m disappointed because it cost so much to make it and then have it flop.

    • I can’t figure out why several of you have oil in your mixture! I’ve now made this half a dozen times, with no problems. I think I might have to do a video or step by step photos! It is a very thick fudge base, but it shouldn’t be oily. Unless Andes product varies by batch, because many have commented and made this just fine, while others are having issues with oil!? I’m so sorry, I know how frustrating it can be when a recipe results in wasted ingredients.

  101. Jean

    Aimee, I wonder if it has something to do with humidity. I also wonder if I beat it too long with my hand mixer. Maybe I should have stopped when it was crumbles and patted it into the pan. It’s not your fault! It’s just disappointing! It’s pretty though!

    • Jennifer

      I have made this a few times this holiday season. Each time I get the oily substance that seems to seep from the mixture. I just simply pour most of the oil off and proceed as directed by the recipe and each time it sets up quite beautifully in the fridge. Has been a BIG hit with everyone that I have some too

  102. Jean

    I didn’t pour off the oil and proceeded on to the topping. Have no idea where the oil went, but it looked perfect when I cut it! This is probably my new “favorite fudge!”

  103. I got my daughter to make this over the Christmas holiday’s. This was THE BEST treat we had during the whole holiday season. Even my finicky cat loves it! We already bought the ingredients to make it for Valentine’s Day – beautiful pink color. We’re trying to find a way to adapt the recipe to Heath toffee bits.

  104. Wonderful photos!
    And looks really delicious!!

  105. Love your homemade candies and sweets! Love peppermint! Unfortunately in Germany are many ingredients not available :(( Last year I bought peppermint via A_mazon in the USA, so I have some to make delicious sweets (made chocolate pops). But where will i get ‘Andes Peppermint Crunch baking chips’?
    Your recipes are gorgeous!
    Best wishes

  106. Maisie

    Wow! These look incredible! How did they turn out? Very sweet? They look ssssoooo delicious!

  107. Debby

    I’ve never seen peppermint marshmellows?

  108. sue

    I would love to make the peppermint fudge but I have never seen mini peppermint marshmellows. Where can I find them.

  109. Patrice

    I love making candy for the holidays. I make a few different flavors of fudge each season but never thought to use the white baking chips. I usually make chocolate with crushed peppermint but your looks so pretty I’m going have to give it a try this year.

  110. carla

    Hello, I have been trying to print out the recipe, but it wont let me, I would love to make these

  111. carla

    when I hit print it comes up blank page, and then I tried to highlight and print and it wont let me do that to, could you please help me so i can print this out
    thank you

  112. Hello
    I cannot find andes peppermint fudge baking chips, or the peppermint marshmallows,
    What could I use in place of these?

  113. connie

    I would love to make peppermint fudge , never had it , I am sure it’s really good , it’s also pretty .

  114. Jodi

    I made this tonight and it is setting now. I also had the oily issue. I *think* it is just the melted andes peppermint crunch bits causing the oily red liquid. I didn’t pour it off, just hoping it sets well and cuts up nicely so my husband can take it to work tomorrow. It looks good, although I was a little disconcerted by the oil. I also followed the recipe exactly, even setting a timer while the liquid was boiling.

  115. Teresa

    Thanks so much for this great recipe! I made 2 batches last night, one for a bake sale and the other for family and gifts. It turned out wonderful! It’s such a pretty color, it’s flying off the table at the bake sale!!

  116. Heather

    I made this this afternoon and I too had the “problem” of the excess red liquid. I boiled the stuff for exactly 5 minutes as directed and used an electric mixer. It made a huge mess. I scooped the base layer out of the bowl so I avoided the majority of the liquid getting into the pan. I still had some but it did set up well and tastes great.

  117. Jeannie

    Am wondering if you have to keep this refrigerated due to the heavy whipping cream? Thanks (:

  118. Stephanie

    Made this last night for gift giving. It came out perfect. So rich and yummy… Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe. Merry Christmas!

  119. Debbi

    Would love to make this fudge – need to think of some substitutions as a couple of the ingredients are not available in South Africa, i.e.
    1 bag (12oz) white chocolate morsels
    1 bag (10oz) Andes Peppermint Crunch baking chips
    7oz jar marshmallow creme
    1 pkg (16oz) vanilla Candiquik, melted
    3 cup Mini Peppermint Marshmallows

  120. rebekah

    So sad… we live in Australia and cant get most of these ingredients. Boo hoo. πŸ™ It looks beautiful.

  121. Denise

    I made this fudge tonight, and it is wonderful. Easy and delicious! I’m giving part of it to my daughter tomorrow for Valentine’s Day. I placed it in a white box with red tissue paper, and it’s so pretty. Thanks for sharing your recipe Aimee. It’s a keeper!

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  125. Nina

    Hi, Just found this site and recipe. Would this fudge work to pour into the silicone brownie bites mold? I have a cookie exchange that I’ll need to make 144 treats for and would like to make my life simple.

    Also, what makes the fudge pink? is there food coloring involved?

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  127. This looks delicious! I love peppermint!

  128. Chris

    I’ve tried this fudge twice, and both times the white morsels “seized” because the mixture is too hot. How do you get your morsels not to seize?

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  131. Dawne

    I have just made this fudge and it came out perfect! Can’t wait to sample the finished product.

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  134. Jul

    So pretty with that marshmallow topping! Yum and thank you!

  135. Charlene

    So forgot candi quick, so instead I scattered and pressed mini peppermint marshmallows and the crushed peppermint candies into the top of the freshly poured fudge. Pretty to look at and delicious! Not too sweet and peppermint taste was not over the top. Amazing recipe. Definitely a keeper.

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  137. Kim Newton

    I had to let you know that I love this recipe. I’ve made it a few years now and I am very happy to report the Andes Peppermint Crunch is available through Amazon now. SCORE! My grocery stores in Texas do not stock it and Target is ALWAYS sold out. Last year, I spent three hours opening and chopping…NOT a good idea. LOL.

    Everyone loves the fudge and it’s a big hit for something sweet after all the savory Christmas eats.

    Merry Christmas,

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  141. Kelly Marie

    I have been looking for this recipe for 3 years now! I had written it down because it was so amazing and then i lost it. I finally found it and I cannot wait to go get the ingredients as soon as it isnt 115Β° outside β™‘ my husband will be beyond thrilled. This fudge is perfectly smooth with the crunchy topping. Thank you X1000

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