Chocolate fudge is what I’d normally make but I thought I’d push the envelope and try this Cherry Fudge recipe. It’s fast and super easy. All you need is a can of icing, white chocolate chips and dried cherries. The combination of dried cherries and the richness of the white chocolate and cherry icing is yummy. If you’re looking for a sugar rush—this would be it.
You could cut the fudge with a cookie cutter for different shapes. I used one of my heart shapes because it was Valentines Day.
This is a modified version from a recipe by Jeanne Trudell.
The next time I do this recipe I think I’ll dip half the heart in chocolate. All the fudge had disappeared by the time I had this idea. (sigh) You could also roll the fudge into small balls and dip them in chocolate then roll them in crushed roasted pecans. There’s one more recipe I think this would work well in, but that’s for another post.
What variations would you make?