White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge

Christmas coming and that means baking and candy making.  I love both.  Cookies are fun, but I love making candy.  Right now I am totally into making fudge.  This is a very easy recipe for a sweet treat and looks fantastic on a tray of goodies or wrapped up for gift giving.  The chocolate version we used to make for teacher gifts.  I tried to keep it from the kids by calling it Poison Fudge…it didn’t work!

Gather your ingredients and a good heavy bottomed pot.

Getting everything ready

Getting everything ready

This time I want to make peppermint fudge and as an added enticement crushed several candy canes.  They are bright and should look good in the white fudge.  First I tried my rolling pin, but in the end, I used a small hammer.  Not exactly a precise instrument, but definitely effective.



I saved some of the bigger pieces to put on the bottom of my pan, which will be the top of my fudge.  The plan is to have these tasty chunks showing when I turn it over.  Don’t forget to spray your pan for easy removal.  You can make this in a 9×13 pan but I chose a loaf pan and will then cut them in slabs.  If you decide to put it in the 9×13 save the chucks to sprinkle on top later.  You may need more candy!


Chunks of Candy Cane

Start by melting your butter on low.  This will give you some time to pull everything together and measure out ingredients.  With candy making it all seems to happen at once, so by getting it all measured out in correct portions saves time and candy!

butter and cream

butter, sugar and cream

Once the butter is melted, add your sugar and cream.  Take a couple of minutes to stir this slowly until it is all incorporated then turn up the heat to medium.  You need to be stirring this continually as it can scorch easily.  Once the cream mix comes to a rolling boil, one you can’t stir down, set your timer for  5 minutes.

Mixing it in

Mixing it in

After your timer goes, remove from heat and add your flavouring, chocolate and marshmallow cream.  Stir, stir, stir.


Crushed Candy Canes

Last, dump in the crushed candy canes.  It looks so pretty.  Once this is all mixed in, take a spatula and fill your loaf pan, or if a 9×13 then spread it evenly over the pan.

Full to the top

Full to the top

Set your fudge to one side, you can cover it with wax paper, but nothing tight as it needs to cool and set.  I will leave mine overnight before cutting it.


Topping got lost

The bigger chunks did not look as great as I thought they would, and another bit of a pain to cut around.  Note:  next time crush all the candy.

So good

So good

This is amazing.  A rich peppermint taste with a smooth creamy texture.  I hope you enjoy it.

White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge

White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge


  • 3 Cups Sugar
  • 3/4 Cup Butter
  • 2/3 Cup Heavy Cream
  • 1 1/2 Cups White Chocolate Chips
  • 1 Jar of Marshmallow Cream
  • 1 Tsp Peppermint Extract
  • 1/2 to 1 Cup of Crushed Peppermint Candy Canes.


  1. Melt butter on low heat, add sugar and cream.
  2. Stir on low for two minutes until completely incorporated.
  3. Turn up heat to medium and bring to a full rolling boil, stirring constantly, boil for 5 minutes.
  4. Remove from heat and add white chocolate chips, flavouring and marshmallow cream. Beat well.
  5. Add Crushed Candy Canes and stir well.
  6. Pour into loaf pan or 9x13 cake pan. Cool overnight.
  7. Cut into slabs or squares.
  8. This is a very pretty fudge and looks good on a Christmas platter of treats. Wrap the slabs in plastic wrap, tie with some curly ribbon and you have a great gift.
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  1. Looks good! I just got done making fudge, chocolate pecan…can’t wait for it to cool! Happy Holidays!

  2. This fudge sounds absolutely delicious and is so pretty with the crushed candy canes! 🙂 I have never made my own fudge before, but have always wanted to try. This actually sounds pretty easy, thanks for sharing!

  3. Oh!! Could I get hooked/addicted to this white peppermint fudge!! This is a MUST TRY!

  4. My Grandmother used to make fudge every Christmas. I miss her fudge (and her) very much. This would be a great way to add fudge back to our celebration but not try to steal her recipe. I bet the peppermint would be super yummy.

  5. This looks so good, thanks for sharing the recipe.

  6. Dotty J Boucher says:

    Oh yummy! I am going to have to try this recipe out, Have been looking for something easy and tasty like this.

  7. This sounds absolutely delicious.I will make some for Christmas

  8. Nancy Burgess says:

    Looks yummy I’ll have to try this recipe.

  9. This looks and sounds so good! I love peppermint but I have never tried making my own fudge.. I am not that advanced in the kitchen lol. Definitely pinning!

  10. Sherry Fram says:

    I will be making this for my grandkids who loves peppermint!

  11. Rebecca Kerchner-Love says:

    I know what kind of fudge I’m making this year

  12. (White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge) Oh, how I love peppermint fudge for the Christmas holidays. I am saving this good recipe for making this for my whole family this year.

  13. Poison fudge- so funny! I’ll have to give that a shot and try it on our young daughter. I’m not usually a white chocolate fan, but I like it combined with peppermint- it’s a great combo! I can’t wait to try this! Thanks!

  14. Lisa Ogle says:

    Another awesome recipe I am going to have to try, sounds delicious. Thank you.

  15. Thanks for the recipe. It sounds delicious.
    , Marilyn

  16. This recipe looks great! Easy and delish. Thank you for sharing!

  17. Laurie A Lanni says:

    Oh wow what a joy!!! Looks easy & delishous!!
    Thank you!!


  19. Cheryl Everitt says:

    Thank you for sharing this awesome recipe. It brought back memories of my mom making fudge.

  20. janie vezina says:

    this looks so tasty, writing down what i need to buy so i can make them stat.lol

  21. Darcy Koch says:

    I have to be honest. I am not a great fudge maker. Since this looks and sounds delicious I’m sure I can convince someone to make it for me.-lol

  22. Destiny frye says:

    Looks good!

  23. Sherry Martindale says:

    Have to try this 💗

  24. This looks good and so Christmasy. I love white chocolate and peppermint. Thanks for sharing.

  25. Great recipe and just in time for Christmas.

  26. denise low says:

    What can I say!!!! Looks totally delicious. This one to make for the holiday.

  27. Susan Smith says:

    This looks delicious. I usually make chocolate fudge but I will have to try this fudge.

  28. There is nothing better than peppermint! It’s unexpected to see marshmallow creme used but I’m still making it!

  29. This sounds delicious. My mom used to make fudge and divinity, and I miss eating it during the holidays.

  30. janie vezina says:

    oh this looks so good.. love fudge i have to leave it as a holiday treat. lol

  31. This looks like a good recipe to make. I love marshmellow cream in anything…that’s probably bad, lol.

  32. I really like this kind of fudge. I dont make it a friend does and I get some every year. I hope she makes it this year.

  33. My cousin is the fudge maker in the family. This would be perfect for our family Christmas party!

  34. Sherry Compton says:

    We love fudge, and my daughter makes several varieties. her peppermint is different, but we will have to try this. It looks festive and sounds wonderful.

  35. Angela Lombardi says:

    Looks yummy! i cant wait to give it a try!

  36. I love peppermint and chocolate. This has got to be delicious.

  37. Amber Ludwig says:

    Mmm!! One of my favorite parts of christmas is all the mint chocolate desserts!! They are my favorite 2 flavors together!!! I will have to try this for Christmas this year!

  38. We love making fudge around the holidays. This looks amazing Inez! You did a great job. I will have to pin this one. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  39. Margaret Appel says:

    This looks awesome! I pinned the recipe so I can try making it later this year but will probably use peppermint red & green candies smashed up. Then when Christmas rolls around & the candy canes are out I can try it with that! Thanks for a cool recipe!

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