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Birthday Cake Fudge

Birthday Cake Fudge

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups cake mix (flavor of your choice)
  • 2 Cups powdered sugar
  • 1/2 Cup unsalted butter
  • 1/4 Cup milk
  • 1/2 Cup white chocolate chips
  • 2 Teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 Cup sprinkles

Directions

Prepare an 8-inch square pan by lining it with parchment, set aside.

Combine the cake mix and powdered sugar in a large bowl. Add the butter and microwave for 2 minutes.

Stir to combine, and then add the chocolate chips and sprinkles. Stir to distribute the sprinkles and chips evenly.

Spread into the prepared pan, and chill in the fridge for about 2 hours or until firm.


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!


Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe

Birthday Cake Fudge will make any birthday memorable. Ooey gooey awesome!

I can’t take the credit for the idea for today’s recipe. This one comes from my friend Amber, one of the editors over at Food Fanatic. She was describing a fudge she used to enjoy at a Disney theme park, and asked if I could give it whirl. I seriously have no idea if this is anything like that fudge, having never tried it. However, this recipe is amazing, if I do say so myself.

I don’t know about you, but birthday cakes are the best. They don’t have to be elaborate, I prefer them without fondant anyway, but I want them to be packed with flavor (and frosting). In my ideal world, I would choose either a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting….or a funfetti cake with funfetti frosting. I mean, it’s sprinkles. Who doesn’t love sprinkles?

Today’s fudge recipe is a true winner. It will make that next birthday memorable. From the fun and festive sprinkles, to the little crunch inside…to the OMG oooey gooey delicious marshmallows. WINNER. ‘nuff said.

I’ve got a few notes about making this fudge.

  • Use the mini Nilla Wafers if you can find them. This will make cutting the fudge and not having too much “crumble” so much easier. If you can’t find the minis, I would break each cookie in half.
  • For the sprinkles, I like to use jimmies. You know, the log-shaped sprinkles. NOT the balls. One, those balls are like glitter from the devil, one spill and you’ll be finding them on your floor and counter for years. Two, I think the jimmies taste better.
  • Before you start melting your butter and cream mixture, get your other ingredients ready. First, add your white chocolate and marshmallow fluff to your mixing bowl so it’s ready to melt when you add the hot cream mixture over it. Second, line your 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Toss a few cookies (wait, that sounds wrong) into the bottom of the dish (don’t cover the bottom, but add a few cookies).
  • Once your mixture in your saucepan is boiling, set your timer for 4 minutes. No candy thermometer needed, just boil (ROLLING BOIL) for 4 full minutes. Then pour it over your white chocolate and marshmallow mixture. In a bowl with an electric mixer, this will only take about one minute to blend, as the white chocolate will melt quickly!
  • GENTLY fold in your remaining cookies and mini marshmallows. Add a few sprinkles and quickly pour this into your prepared dish. Top it with MORE sprinkles (why not??)
  • This will take about 2-3 hours in the refrigerator to firm up! Store covered at room temperature and enjoy!

Check out some of my other favorite truffle and candy recipes!