2 Ingredient Strawberry Fudge

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2 Ingredient Strawberry Fudge! This delicious recipe is so easy! You can easily swap out flavors and colors for ANY day of the year!

This is a super simple and delicious fudge that just takes a few minutes to put together!  Not only is it delicious but it’s so pretty!

This beautiful recipe was adapted from Cookies & Cups and I absolutely love it!  Not only is it perfect for any day of the year, but it’s a wonderful Valentine’s day treat too!!

You can use cookie cutters to cut out shapes!  You can swap flavors of frosting in this recipe or use vanilla and add some extract and food coloring depending on the occasion!

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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Total Time 8 minutes
Servings 24
Author Holly Nilsson
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
This is a super simple and delicious fudge that just takes a few minutes to put together! Not only is it delicious but it’s so pretty!


  • 1 16 oz Strawberry Frosting
  • 1 12 oz bag White Candy Melts or White Chocolate Chips
  • Heart shape decorations optional

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  • Line 9×9 pan with parchment paper or tin foil.
  • In a small bowl, microwave candy melts on medium at 30 second intervals. Stir and repeat until smooth! Add in frosting and stir until combined.
  • Pour mixture into prepared pan and spread smooth (you can add sprinkles on top if desired). Refrigerate until completely set. In this size pan, the fudge pieces are about 5/8″ thick. If you want thicker, make a double batch.
  • Store in the fridge up to 10 days.

Nutrition Information

Calories: 117, Carbohydrates: 17g, Fat: 5g, Saturated Fat: 2g, Sodium: 43mg, Potassium: 6mg, Sugar: 16g, Calcium: 1mg
Keyword strawberry fudge

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  1. I am so excited to try this especially for Saint Valentine’s Day. I had a hard time find the strawberry frosting and coukd only find strawberry mist. Hope that works. Plus I could only find 11 oz bag of white choc chips. Sure hope it will work good enough to share, otherwise I will have a lot of failed fudge to eat. tsk tsk thnx for sharing

  2. I used cherry frosting and added drained and coarsely chopped maraschino cherries and it turned out really, really tasty! My friends couldn’t stop eating them, and they all hate me now, but it was so worth it! :)

  3. I can’t believe how easy this is. It’s one of those “why didn’t I think of that” recipes.
    It’s really a dozen recipes…so many combinations of frosting and candy melts to try!
    I’ll be sharing because I know a number of people that would love this.
    Thanks for posting!

  4. I made this kind of fudge but used chocolate chips and cherry frosting. It tastes exactly like cordial cherries!!!! Made other flavors as well (watermelon frosting with white chocolate chips, raspberry frosting with chocolate chips, etc.) but the cherry is everyone’s favorite so far!!!

  5. I have made many varieties of fudge including this one. I can’t keep track of the number of requests I get for this fudge. It’s simple, even a man can make it. Lol. I have impressed my co-workers and managed to get a date. I’ve also used this recipe but substituted frosting flavors.

  6. Wouldn’t the candy melts make this way too sweet? Why not just use a regular sized jar of peanut butter and the frosting? That’s how I was told to make it anyways, I just add whatever flavor of frosting I want with pb to get different flavors of fudge.
    I just never tried it with candy melts.

  7. So sweet but really good. We used Wilton peppermint melts and vanilla frosting. I’m wondering if you or anyone has kept it in the freezer?

    1. Yes I have made double batches and put 1 in freezer for a later event. As long as you cover and seal it good it works great. Set out about an hour before you need it to let thaw. Its really hard when frozen.

    1. Yes. I make this recipe and add 4 squares of the almond bark to melt with the chocolate chip pieces it helps make it firmer. I use i bag peanut butter chips, 1 can of cheap white icing and 4 almond bark squares, and sometimes a heaping spoon of crunchy peanutbutter for the crunch. These ingredients are easy to use and any combination works.

    1. I hope one of our readers has an idea for you! It is similar to a buttercream frosting but less buttery…. if you have a cupcake frosting you usually use, you could possibly try that. I’m not sure if it will work or not but please let us know!!

    2. Lina Bloomfield – you can get ready to use frosting in the cake isle at woolies or coles. Betty Crocker does an amazing one, you can also get Cream Cheese frosting.

    3. You could use strawberry chips (like chocolate chips) and a can of sweetened condensed milk. In the US an example would be Eagle Brand, (not plain condensed milk). Use the same method – – heat chips in microwave 60 sec. Stir, add sweetened condensed milk, microwave 60 seconds, stir, repeat 30 sec. at a time until completely smooth. Have an 8×8 pan sprayed or lined with parchment or foil ready.
      You can have a really nice mint chocolate chip fudge if you can find the mint chips. Same method. Have 1/3 to 1/2 bag of mini choco chips to stir in AFTER the other ingredients are completely smooth and the temp is beginning to come down a little so the chocolate will hold it’s shape. It is gooood and very pretty.


  8. I tried an all-natural version of this with a bag of caramel frosting and some white chocolate chips, both from Whole Foods. It was a 12-oz. bag of frosting (and 12-oz. bag of white chocolate chips), but it worked beautifully. It was delicious! I think I’ll do another batch for Valentine’s gifts.

    1. I would worry that the sliced strawberries would make it too wet. I keep mine in the fridge because I prefer a firmer texture.

      1. I’ve done this for several years. using frosting and various flavored candy chips. We LOVE IT with peanut butter chips being out favorite!!!