5 Minute Cotton Candy Fudge!

Cotton Candy Fudge recipe. This is super easy to make and brings out the kids in everyone! Cotton Candy Fudge

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This is such a fun recipe and just takes a couple of minutes to put together!  My kiddos love this… perfect addition to a birthday party table or baby shower! This is a fun recipe to make with the kids, or to even let the kids make all by themselves! There is nothing quite like cotton candy to bring out the kid in everyone!

The blue color comes from the Duncan Hines Cotton Candy flavoring which you can buy at Walmart or Target for under $1.  My cotton candy (for the top) actually came from the dollar store.

Items you’ll need for this recipe

* Sweetened Condensed Milk * Duncan Hines Cotton Candy Frosting Mix * Cotton Candy *

Cotton Candy Fudge
  1. Tear 2-3 cups of cotton candy into little pieces and set aside.
  2. Place condensed milk and chocolate chips in a microwaveable bowl.
  3. Microwave on 70% power for 90 seconds, stir and continue to heat on 70% power until chocolate is almost melted.
  4. Stir until smooth, add in Cotton Candy flavouring
  5. Pour into a foil lined 8x8 pan.
  6. Immediately top with torn cotton candy. Allow to cool completely, cut into small squares and enjoy!

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* Mint Oreo Fudge * 2 Ingredient Strawberry Fudge * Shamrock Shake Fudge *

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