Cake Batter Fudge

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Cake Batter Fudge

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Description

Sprinkles are up to you :)

Details

Cooking Time: 60
Recipes Makes: 10
Calories: 450
Carbs: 70
Fat: 18
Protein: 3

Ingredients Related Tips

2 C white or yellow cake mix
2 C powdered sugar
1/2 C (1 stick) butter, cut into 4 pieces
1/4 C milk
1/2 cup white chocolate chips
Sprinkles

Directions

In a microwave proof mixing bowl combine 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.

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Comments

11/14/2014 11:51:52 PM

I'm getting ready to make them and I'll let you know. :)

11/12/2014 6:23:05 AM

I am interested in how the mouth feel of this ends up. If anyone makes or can tell me if it's grainy super smooth would appreciate it. Thanks!!!

11/11/2014 10:03:05 PM

Is there a version of this for chocolate lovers? if so, what cake mix would I use and how about dark chips?

10/4/2014 6:52:17 PM

I want to try it orange with chocolate sprinkles for a halloween theme, but not sure if should just do cake mix, or dye food coloring... Also maybe peanut butter chips instead of white chocolate??

9/28/2014 7:26:44 PM

gonna try a pink mix with chips for baby shower!!!!!

9/20/2014 5:22:38 AM

Don't see why not. I would say the primary reason for white chips was to maintain a uniform color throughout "fudge".

9/16/2014 8:18:00 PM

Can you use regular chocolate chips

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