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Monday, October 5, 2015

5 Minute White Fudge Eyeballs

The famous 5 Minute Fudge recipe has been around forever, but there's nothing that says it can't be changed up a bit by using white chocolate chips:@) And since Halloween is coming up quickly... White Fudge Eyeballs sounded like a fun project. After the fudge cools for about a half hour break off little 1" pieces and using the heat from your hands roll it into a ball, gently press a candy eyeball disk into the ball.

They did give the kids a chuckle!

These Wilton Halloween eyeballs make decorating a breeze.
Of course another fun option would be covering the top of the hot fudge with Halloween colored sprinkles HERE.
Fudge is always a fun treat and any white chocolate lover would enjoy this for the holidays, 
simply change the sprinkles to match Thanksgiving or Christmas colors.

5 Minute White Fudge-adapted from Nestle
2 Tblsp butter
2/3 C evaporated milk-the 12oz can makes 2 batches
1 2/3 C sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2 C mini marshmallows
1 1/2 C good white chocolate chips-I like Ghirardelli
1 tsp vanilla
Candy eyeballs or colored sprinkles
  1. Combine butter, milk, sugar and salt in sauce pan over medium heat, stirring occasionally.
  2. Bring to a full boil and cook for 5 minutes, stirring all the time.
  3. Remove from heat and add marshmallows, chips and vanilla. (It's best to have all of this already measured out in a bowl ready to pour into the pot). NOTE: White chips don't melt as well as chocolate ones, you might want to either chop them up a bit with a knife or heat them in the microwave a bit before adding them.
  4. Stir vigorously until marshmallows and chips melt and blend in-a minute or two.
  5. Pour into 8" square buttered pan (I just line the pan with Reynolds Release tin foil).
  6. Cool about 30 minutes, roll 1" pieces of fudge between hands to make ball. Press in candy eyeball. ~Alternately, once fudge is poured into pan cover top with sprinkles, gently press in. Allow to cool completely and cut into squares. 

12 comments:

  1. Such scary fun Lynn! I always get a kick out of those Wilton candy eyes and those bloodshot ones look especially fun on top of your fudge for Halloween ;)

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  2. How fun are these! Keep the Halloween ideas coming!

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  3. What a fun project this would be for Nana's cooking camp, Lynn! The kids will love making and eating these (me, too)!

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  4. Oh, these are just fabulous and so easy too! I love the blood shot candy eyes!

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  5. So cute! You are so creative.

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  6. My Dear, what BIG EYES YOU HAVE! LOL, these are great, Lynn.

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  7. How fun for a party! I miss throwing Halloween parties for the boys.
    I see Barbie's poncho on your sidebar...have you made yourself one?
    Very popular this season! Don't forget the hat.

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  8. Fabulous Fudge Lynn! I've got to get some candy eyeballs for the little boys, they would love an eyeball treat!
    Jenna

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  9. Candy eyeballs? Who knew? You did apparently. Lol.

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  10. I love those Eyeballs, just adorable! Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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