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Christmas Sprinkle Fudge

Updated November 27, 2023

Tis the season for sprinkles! Betty Maker Dorothy Kern is here with her adorable update to Betty’s fan-favorite 3-Ingredient Christmas Fudge recipe. So, if you’re looking for a holiday treat that’s fun, festive and practically foolproof, give Dorothy’s Christmas Sprinkle Fudge a try.

Dorothy’s delicious, creamy Christmas Sprinkle Fudge couldn’t be more simple to make. It starts with Betty Crocker™ Vanilla Rich & Creamy Frosting and yummy white chocolate chips. Then she adds colorful sprinkles for just the right pop of jolly holiday color. How easy (and delicious) is that?

This no-stress recipe takes only 15 minutes to prepare, and sets to velvety perfection after just one hour in the fridge. Make some for your next holiday party, or arrange slices on a tray or in a tin for a sweet, homemade gift. However you serve it up, Dorothy’s Christmas Sprinkle Fudge is always impressive. And because it’s so simple to make, you can easily whip up an extra batch for yourself!

Make spirits bright this season with a batch of Dorothy Kern’s Christmas Sprinkle Fudge! Comment below to let us know what you think of this fun and festive recipe. And don’t forget to check out what our other Makers are baking this month.

Inspired by: 3-Ingredient Christmas Swirl Fudge


Dorothy’s Tips

  • So many sprinkles, but which ones are right for this recipe? Dorothy recommends using sprinkles instead of nonpareils as they are less likely to melt in the fudge.
  • Want to change up your flavor? Any of Betty’s Rich & Creamy Frosting flavors will work for this recipe. Try chocolate frosting (and switch out your white chocolate chips for semi-sweet)—just know your sprinkles inside the fudge won’t look as vibrant, so you may want to add them only to the top.
  • You can adapt Dorothy’s recipe for any holiday or event. Just use different colored sprinkles to suit your occasion.

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