White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

Creamy White Chocolate Fudge with a Raspberry swirl. You’re going to want to sink your teeth into these!!

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White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge: creamy white chocolate fudge with a swirl of raspberry preserves!

I’m back with another fudge recipe. Can I just say, being the candy contributor over at Food Fanatic is such an awesome gig. It basically “forces” me to create a couple candy recipes a month.

Okay, so maybe they don’t FORCE me. They encourage me. They cheer me on!

Well, today’s recipe is my way of saying thank you. I wish I could share this fudge with all of you, in person. One big meeting room filled with hungry, fudge eating friends!

Or, I could just share the recipe and you can make it yourself. Yeah, I think that’s the route I need to take!

White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge: creamy white chocolate fudge with a swirl of raspberry preserves!

This is my basic white chocolate fudge recipe. Once you know how to make vanilla fudge, you can change up the flavors easily!

You can swirl in any flavor preserve you like. I happen to think the Raspberry rocks my boat, but seriously, go with your favorite here!

In a sea of chocolate and peanut fudge candy, this White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge would be a lovely addition to any holiday dessert plate. I know most people go crazy for cookies over the holidays, and admittedly I have a handful of family recipes we bake too. But for us…it’s candy making season. Instead of a traditional cookie plate that you might bring to a hostess or neighbor, try making a fun candy plate instead. You can search my archives for many great ideas. And the nice thing about candy, is most of the time it lasts for weeks. So you can make it ahead of time. I usually start making candy right after Thanksgiving. By the first week of December, I try to have a dozen flavors ready to go in my outdoor fridge. When I’m invited to a party, or need a quick gift…it’s already made and just needs a cute package.

Speaking of packages, purchasing some dollar store plates, tins, and jars are a great inexpensive route! You can also use those plastic holiday bowls. Today, I’m using a berry container. I purchased a few of these for a dollar. Fun, right?

Now, get your list of candy making together…and surprise your family and friends with some new recipes this holiday!

White Chocolate Raspberry Fudge: creamy white chocolate fudge with a swirl of raspberry preserves!

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Creamy White Chocolate Fudge with a Raspberry swirl. You're going to want to sink your teeth into these!!


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Posted on October 10, 2014

Comments & Reviews

  1. I made it and it didn’t set up. Does this need to be cooked to a soft ball and then beaten like classic fudhe?

  2. I tried to make this and was not happy with the end result. The marshmallow cream made the fudge too soft… I would recommend mixing the raspberry jam with 1 cup or more maybe up to half of the fudge… mine was too soft, and didn’t set, especially in the middle where there seemed to be the most jam. I ended up hand rolling the semi set fudge into small truffles freezing then and dipping them in chocolate… 

  3. I made this last night to put in my Christmas tins for friends and family. It is delicious and so pretty. I should have mixed in the jam better so it was messy. I think when I make this again I will try your 2nd option of mixing in the raspberry jam.  I love finding different flavor combos. I think I will try blackberry jam too. I like how the tanginess offsets the sweetness. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I’m not sure, as I haven’t tried that. The cream has a higher fat content, so I’m not positive it would work. But if you try it, report back and let me know how it turns out!

  4. This was delicious but think something went wrong and I followed the recipe to a T. I set in fridge all night and waited till morning to cut. It wasn’t very hard and when i took it to work it got softer and softer throughout the day. So we had to use a spoon to eat it.

    1. I think the syrup might be too liquidy and cause the chocolate to seize. But, you can always give it a try and let me know!!

  5. I read your article and then I got to thinking about it and I thank you for sharing your article made me gain knowledge, research, and I like it.

  6. I just made this fudge and it was AMAZING!!! I followed your directions exactly and it turned out perfectly and just as beautiful as the picture! I was so happy since most of the time I can’t get my fudge to set properly. The only down fall to this recipe is that I am going to get FAT because I don’t want to share!! 🙂

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