Easy-to-make, 5-Ingredient, Sugar cookie Christmas fudge is a combo of two of my favorite treats: Christmas sugar cookies and fudge.
It is perfect for Christmas parties and looks great on Christmas cookie trays.
Do you love Christmas cookies? What about fudge?
In my world, sugar cookies are pretty much the best thing ever. Especially ones with sprinkles on top! Sweet, chewy, buttery goodness. Mmmmm… so good!
I also go crazy for some good homemade fudge — especially around the holidays. (Don’t miss my go-to chocolate peanut butter fudge recipe.)
So, I thought what better treat to make this Christmas than a sugar cookie flavored fudge?
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Sugar Cookie Christmas Fudge
If you love Christmas sugar cookies like I do, you are going to go crazy for this sugar cookie-flavored fudge.
This holiday fudge tastes amazing and is super easy to make too.
So, make a batch of sugar cookie Christmas fudge for your family this holiday season and see for yourself how delicious it tastes.
Or, spread some holiday cheer around your office or neighborhood with a batch of Christmas fudge.
Whatever you do, one thing is for sure — this Christmas sugar cookie fudge will have everyone coming back for “just one more piece”.
How to Make Sugar Cookie Fudge
Start by gathering everything that you will need, which will be simple since this fudge recipe only calls for 5 simple ingredients.
- white chocolate chips
- sugar cookie mix
- sweetened condensed milk
- Christmas sprinkles (or rainbow sprinkles if you prefer)
- 9 x 9 baking dish
- parchment paper
- non-stick spray
- large pot
- spoon / spatula, for stirring
Now it is time to get down to business.
Line a 9×9 baking dish with parchment paper and a thin layer of non-stick spray and set aside. The parchment paper and non-stick spray will help you remove the fudge easily once it has set.
Next, heat the sweetened condensed milk over medium heat in a large pot. Once hot, stir in the white chocolate chips, sugar cookie mix, and butter.
Continue to heat, stirring frequently, until the mixture is melted and smooth.
Once the mixture is smooth, stir in some sprinkles.
Finally, pour the fudge mixture into your prepared baking dish and then top with lots more sprinkles.
Place in the refrigerator and allow to set overnight, or until firm (at least 2 hours). Slice and serve.
Don’t miss my Sugar Cookie Christmas Fudge Story as well!
Store your Christmas fudge in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1 week.
Or for longer storage place in an airtight container or baggie and refrigerate for up to 3 weeks.
I hope that your family enjoys this sweet holiday treat and has a very Merry Christmas!
More easy desserts for Christmas parties
- 3-Ingredient Christmas Pretzel Hugs
- Crockpot Candy
- Reindeer Bark
- Christmas Tree Rice Krispie Treats
- Santa Hat Cupcakes
Sugar Cookie Christmas Fudge
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- 1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
- 2 ½ cups white chocolate chips
- 1 ¼ cup sugar cookie mix, I recommend heat-treating as per note below
- 2 Tablespoons butter
- christmas sprinkles, or sprinkles of your choice
- Prepare a 9×9 baking dish with parchment paper and a thin layer of non-stick spray. Set aside.
- Add sweetened condensed milk to a large pot and heat over medium heat, stirring often. Once hot, stir in the white chocolate chips, sugar cookie mix, and butter. Continue stirring until melted and smooth. Remove from heat.
- Stir in a generous amount of Christmas sprinkles.
- Pour fudge mixture into the prepared dish and top with more sprinkles.
- Place in refrigerator and allow to set overnight, or until firm (at least 2 hours). Slice into bite-size pieces and serve.
The nutritional information provided is automatically calculated by a third party and intended to serve as an estimate only. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.
Note: The recipe was updated in 2021 to include butter, which was not in the original ingredient list. This makes the recipe 5 ingredients, rather than the 4 ingredients it used to be. If you came here from a pin or post that said it has 4 ingredients, this is why.
You don’t have to heat treat your cookie mix?
Jaclyn Shimmel says
From my understanding as long as the raw flour in the mix is heated to 165 degrees F it should be okay. You can heat treat the cookie mix in the oven or microwave before making the fudge to be extra safe.