Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Valentine's Day Candy Corn Fudge for the Homemaking Party

Welcome to the Homemaking Party!

I figured since I'm trying to eat healthier and lay off the sweets a bit, I'd put up this super sweet recipe to torture myself.

Hope everyone's having a wonderful week so far!

Valentine's Day Candy Corn Fudge 
(adapted from Something Swanky)

3 bags white chocolate chips

2 cans sweetened condensed milk
red food coloring

Line the bottom of a square baking pan with wax paper. (I used a 9x9) Melt all chocolate chips and all milk together in a saucepan or microwave-safe bowl. When it's all melted and stirred together smoothly, pour 1/3 of the mixture into the pan and chill about 15 minutes. Add several drops of food coloring to the remaining mixture to make it a light pink color. You may need to warm it again to make it melted and smooth. Pour 1/2 of that into the pan on top of the white and chill 15 minutes. Add a few more drops of coloring to make the remaining mixture a darker pink, warm if needed, and pour the rest on top of the light pink mixture in the pan. Chill for 3-4 hours. Remove from pan and cut into long strips. Then cut those on the diagonal to make little candy corn triangles. Fudge does not need to be refrigerated after this---just store tightly covered.

Linking with:
Homemaking Party @ Hope In Every Season
Thursday Favorite Things @ Katherine's Corner
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Think Tank Thursday @ Saving4Six 
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Open House @ Bernideen's Tea Time Blog 
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Thrifty Things Friday @ The Thrifty Groove
Inspiration Friday @ Dear Creatives
Show and Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home
Foodie Friday @ Rattlebridge Farm 
Beverly's Pink Saturday @ How Sweet the Sound
Family Fun Friday @ Happy and Blessed Home
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A Round Tuit @ Creating My Way to Success 
Monday Funday @ C.R.A.F.T. 
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Cottage Style Party @ Lavender Garden Cottage 
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  1. Sarah,
    That looks so yummy and it is perfect for Valentine's Day and so easy. For Christmas I made the double tiered fudge that you shared with us but i used chocolate and peanut butter chips and it was a big hit so thanks so much for sharing with us!!

    Thanks too for hosting the parties that you do!!


    1. Oh yum! I'm so glad it turned out well for you! You are so sweet to always link up and leave such nice comments---thank you!

  2. Yes, I agree, it's yummy! I baked a lot for the holiday season and ATE it too, but now I'm on a diet, lol! Thank you so much sweet Sarah for the party!

  3. Oh I just gained 10 pounds looking at this!!

  4. Thanks for the party Sarah that fudge looks yummy! Theresa @DearCreatives

  5. That looks delicious! :) Thanks for sharing, and for your faithfulness to host the link-up!

  6. Love this recipe!!!
    Pinned. Can;t wait to make it on Val Day!!

    Be well and thanks so much!

  7. Your fudge is so cute! I'll bet it's delish, too!
    Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage

  8. Cute idea for the fudge. I'm not ready for Valentine's yet. Super Bowl first! I brought over a quiche and a banana bread Bundt. Enjoy and thanks for hosting.


  9. Looks so delicious! I'm stopping by from "Thursday Favorite things" blog hop. I also put this Homemaking blog hop on my list for next week.

    1. Thanks so much! Looking forward to having you link up!

  10. Thank for hosting and for joining HSH!

  11. The fudge looks so good! Thanks for sharing at TTF!

  12. You have so many great food ideas and they all turn out so well. No doubt this was a favorite with the children. Package has been mailed.

  13. That fudgey candy corn looks delicious. I have to try it. I love the simplicity of it, too.

  14. mmmm hmmmmm just what I need ... fudge ! looks so yummy
    happy Pink !

  15. I love to decorate with candy corns, but hate to eat them. This on the other hand sounds delicious! Anything with white chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk can't be bad. lol! Pinned. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  16. Hi Sarah, just hopping by to let you know that I will be featuring you at SYC later today.

  17. Beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above

  18. I found your website from the link-up on raisinghomemakers.com. I'll have to add your site to my places to link-up!

    I would like to invite YOU to HomemakingHearts.com on Fridays for a brand new link-up; it would be a delight to have you join us!


  19. Thank you for linking this up at our All Things Valentines Link Up! We're kicking off the All Things Spring Link Up on Feb 28th. I hope you'll stop by and link up again! Blessings!

    (This is the short link should you want to stop by the All Things Spring Link Up when it goes live --> http://wp.me/p4fdY3-dA )


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Mrs. Sarah Coller

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