Cake Batter Fudge-so easy to make and so good to eat!
I have to apologize right up front to whoever I got this recipe from. I don’t remember who you are. I’m so sorry.
Here’s what happened. My sweet stepdaughter loves finding things and then shares them to me on Facebook. Especially things she wants me to make. Sweet, yummy, tempting treats. Usually if I want to make whatever it is, I’ll Pin it on Pinterest so I can find it later.
For whatever reason when little miss temptress shared that Cake Batter Fudge to me on FB, I didn’t pin it. I wrote down the recipe on a scrap of paper. Then it was a few weeks later, or maybe even a month later, that I got around to making it. Then another month until I decided to edit the photos and add the recipe to the blog.
So here’s the moral of the story.
When you see all those yummy photos floating around facebook that say “Hit Share to Save it to Your Wall” Go ahead and share it so your friends can all see the yummy treat you found but then you better do that second Option of “PIN IT FOR LATER!”
This fudge is so good, and so fast and easy, the girls can even whip up a batch any time they want. And I can tell you, if you’re looking for a little fun, change out the flavor of the cake mix. Oh the possibilities!
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- 2 Cups white or yellow cake mix
- 2 Cups powdered sugar
- 1/2 Cup (1 stick) butter, cut into 4 pieces
- 1/4 Cup milk
- 1/2 cup white chocolate chips
- 1/4-1/2 cup sprinkles (who really measures sprinkles?)
- In a microwave proof mixing bowl combine dry cake mix and powdered sugar. Stir just to blend.
- Add in butter and milk. No need to stir.
- Microwave on high for 2 minutes.
- Immediately remove from microwave and carefully stir to combine. Once blended, add in white chocolate chips and blend again.
- Fold in about half of your sprinkle to give some color.
- Quickly spread fudge into a 8x8 greased pan. Add remaining sprinkles to top and gently press down to secure sprinkles. Refrigerate until completely chilled, then cut into 1 inch squares.
Recipe source chocolatechocolateandmore.com
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