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How to Make Tie Dyed Fudge

By Deborah Harroun
Created January 10, 2017
Festive fudge – with only 3 ingredients!

I am a candy girl. I really enjoy making candy – and not just at Christmas or Valentine’s Day! I think there is always an occasion to celebrate with candy, especially when it’s homemade!! 

One of my favorites – both at home and at different candy stores – is fudge. Whether white chocolate, milk chocolate or semi-sweet, it is one thing that I have a hard time resisting. And when I recently learned how to make fudge simply from a can of Betty Crocker® frosting and chocolate chips, I knew I was in trouble!! Not only is it super easy, and easy to make different flavors, but it’s easy to dress up for any occasion as well! 

If you are looking for a way to wow someone, this tie dye fudge will do the trick. No one will know just how easy it is to make!! And the fun part about it is that you can change up the colors depending on who you are giving it to or what you are making it for. Change up the colors for holidays or different occasions and you have an easy, custom made fudge in no time at all! 

All you will need is a can of Betty Crocker® vanilla frosting, white chocolate chips and food coloring.


You will start by lining an 8x8-inch baking dish with foil so that the fudge is easy to remove. Spray the foil with non-stick cooking spray.


In large microwavable bowl, microwave chocolate chips uncovered on High 1 minute. Spoon frosting over chips. Microwave on high 30 seconds; stir.


If necessary, continue to microwave in 15-second increments until mixture can be stirred smooth.


Divide the mixture evenly between 4 bowls. Tint each bowl a different color with the food coloring.


Spread the first color as evenly as you can in the prepared dish.


Take your second color and spread it on top of the first color. It won’t go on completely smoothly, but just spread it as evenly as possible.


Then add the third color.


And finally the last color.


Take a knife and drag it through the mixture. Don’t go too crazy, but mix it enough to create the marbling effect.


Smooth the top out with a spatula and let the fudge cool completely before cutting it into squares to serve.