Easy 3-Ingredient Cadbury Jingle Bell Fudge
The festive Cadbury “jingle bells” is what makes this smooth and creamy Easy 3-Ingredient Cadbury Jingle Bell Christmas Fudge so fun and delicious!
As promised, here is another delicious and easy Christmas fudge… just in time for Christmas! Grab the chocolate and the Cadbury because Christmas Eve is here and this fudge NEEDS to be on your Christmas sweets platter! Trust me!
I’m totally in love with Cadbury chocolate. It’s so smooth and creamy. My first memory of eating it was around Easter. If you are thinking Cadbury mini eggs… you’re right. If you are like me, you need to check out this Easy Cadbury Mini Eggs Easter Fudge. It’s delish! Since my first encounter with Cadbury chocolate, I’ve enjoyed the many varieties they have to offer, including several you can only get in Canada. (Thank goodness my husband is “Canadian” and we can visit family up north 😉 ).
When I say this fudge is easy to make, I’m not joking! It only takes 3 ingredients and about 5 minutes. Then into the fridge or freezer to set. You will be licking the chocolate off your fingers in no time.
I start by adding the chocolate and sweetened condensed milk in a microwave-safe bowl. I microwave for about 2 minutes until the mixture is hot and the chocolate begins to melt. I stir it until the fudge base is smooth and creamy.
Next, I add about 1/2 the bag of Cadbury Christmas chocolates right into the fudge.
I give it a quick stir then into a lined 8×8 inch pan it goes.
Once the fudge is poured into the pan I take the remaining Cadbury chocolates and sprinkle them on top. This adds a pop of color and makes this fudge look so fun and festive. If you want to make it easier to cut, you can add some symmetry to your method of placing the chocolates. You can line them up in rows so you won’t have to cut through the ones on top. This might give you a fudge that looks a bit more “organized” if there’s such a thing.
I put our fudge in the freezer to set. This speeds up the process. You can also let it firm up in the fridge. It will just take a little longer.
Once cold and firm, the fudge is ready to cut. We cut our 8×8 inch pan of fudge into 36 squares. Each piece came out to be a little over 1×1 inch.
If you are a Cadbury fan, you will love this fudge. If you are a fudge fan, you will love this fudge. Haha. When it comes to chocolate around our home, you can’t go wrong. 🙂
What’s your favorite holiday treat? Share in the comments.
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