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Are YOU looking for a special treat this Christmas – we KNOW we are and there is nothing quite like this Christmas Tree fudge for lifting the spirits this year. And goodness knows it is needed!

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Christmas Tree Fudge

We will try and keep it simple for you, so that it is easy for you to get the recipe going – we have a separate card for you to print out as well of course.

First – why not check out the little video we have on this?

Rather yummy aren’t they? So how do you make them? Read on….

Ingredients:

Christmas Tree Fudge Ingredients
  • Silicone moulds for making the Christmas Tree shapes (UK Amazon affiliate) – these are our recommendations, but do look for others if you prefer
  • 2 cups green candy melts (16 oz),
  • 2 – 4 Tablespoons sweetened condensed milk, to taste, and
  • Christmas-inspired sprinkles

How to make Christmas Tree Fudge

  1. Place half of the candy sprinkles in the cavities of a Christmas tree silicone candy mould (or ice cube tray). Set aside.

  2. Place the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 25 seconds. Stir well and reheat as needed until completely melted.

  3. Stir the sweetened condensed milk into the melted candy melts. More sweetened condensed milk will result in a softer texture.


  4. Spoon the candy melt mixture into the silicone tray. Add more sprinkles on top of the wet candy melts.


  5. Allow to set at room temperature, about 1 hour, before popping out of the tray.

  6. And then you are finished – your gorgeous little Christmas fudge Christmas Trees are ready to eat!

This recipe makes ten trees, so double it for LOADS of Christmas Tree fun at home! 🎄 🎄

We know you will agree that these look simply stunning, but they do taste yummy too. Let us know if you have had a go, and tell us how you got on – give us a try over on Pinterest perhaps?

If you want to print out a recipe card for this – here you go.

Yield: 10

Christmas Tree fudge

Christmas Tree fudge

This is a really simple Christmas fudge recipe to make these perfect little Christmas Trees. The recipe makes 10, but double it, and you've got LOADS of lovely fudge for Christmas this year.

Ingredients

  • 16oz (2 US cups) of green candy melts
  • Silicone moulds in Christmas Tree shapes (link available above)
  • 2 - 4 tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk
  • Christmas - inspired sprinkles

Instructions

    1. Place half of the candy sprinkles in the cavities of a Christmas tree silicone candy mould (or ice cube tray). Set aside.
    2. Place the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 25 seconds. Stir well and reheat as needed until completely melted.
    3. Stir the sweetened condensed milk into the melted candy melts. More sweetened condensed milk will result in a softer texture.
    4. Spoon the candy melt mixture into the silicone tray. Add more sprinkles on top of the wet candy melts.
    5. Allow to set at room temperature, about 1 hour, before popping out of the tray.
    6. And then you are finished - your gorgeous little Christmas fudge Christmas Trees are ready to eat!
       

Did you make this recipe?

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We have a few other Christmas tree products on site – do check them out. Christmas countdown calendars for kids…!

Aside from these, we do also have a free Christmas Countdown calendar on site as well. We are a social enterprise though, so if you do buy, our charity benefits.

Other Christmas Tree ideas on site include these too:

Christmas Tree and other Christmas activity on KiddyCharts

We do have a few other Christmas Tree crafts and ideas for kids, so why not take a look as these as well?

Or if these don’t work for you, how about these from fellow crafters?

Christmas Tree activities from around the web

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