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Easter Fudge (With Mini Eggs!)

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Sweet and creamy white chocolate Easter Fudge packed full of crunchy mini chocolate eggs to make a delicious sweet treat for every bunny!

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Adding food coloring to white chocolate or almond bark will make the chocolate seize and become grainy. When I was making the decorative drizzles, I used an oil based food coloring to color the chocolate but that is honestly harder to find.

So while you will see food coloring on the counter in some of these images, I recommend using chocolate that comes already colored called candy melts.

Or you can skip the drizzle altogether if you prefer!

My gooey and creamy hot chocolate fudge is packed full of marshmallows, and is perfect any time of year! You can swap out marshmallows for mini eggs if you prefer a chocolate Easter fudge!

Yes, you can freeze fudge. Most fudge defrosts beautifully and will taste best for about 2-3 months in the freezer. I recommend freezing in an airtight container or freezer zip-top bag in a single layer.
Wrapping the fudge slices in freezer paper or wax paper before putting it in your container can also help protect the fudge from freezer burn or drying out.

This Easter fudge will last about a week if stored in an airtight container on the counter at room temperature. If the fudge is placed in an airtight container in the refrigerator it can last 3-4 weeks but will taste its best if eaten within a week.

You can use a cooking spray to spray the foil, but you will need to be generous with the oil so the hot cocoa fudge doesn’t stick to the foil.
Generously buttering aluminum foil is another option so the fudge doesn’t stick to the foil.
Wax paper can also be used in place of parchment paper. Wax paper is naturally nonstick, and can be used for this treat because we are not cooking or baking the fudge after adding it to the paper.
I find using parchment paper is easiest when making fudge as it is naturally non-stick. Using parchment for any kind of treats or baking tends to be my go-to, and you can read more about why to use parchment paper here.

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