This heart-shaped Red Velvet Fudge is incredibly easy to make. It uses marshmallow fluff so you can have fudge without all the fuss!
Okay, the secret is out about how much I love red velvet fudge. I think my favourite fudge is a classic chocolate old fashioned fudge. I'm old school.
However, I know a lot of folks prefer easier recipes so I enjoy experimenting with no bake fudge recipes, or recipes like that one. It's not a no bake version but it's not difficult either.
This particular recipe uses evaporated milk, and marshmallow fluff. It's super simple to make and the taste is sublime. The texture is not as hard as old fashioned fudge but not as soft as no bake fudge.
The plan was to clean up the edges, but then I realized I liked them a bit imperfect. It works. Life, and love, are not perfect so why should I spend all that time making this look absolutely perfect. Makes no sense to me.
You can also see this Red Velvet Fudge over at Food Fanatic. I'm a contributor over there. Swing by their site to see all the other chocolate recipes I've done for them.
If you are craving a simple recipe for fudge this one is for you. Try it out for yourself.
More Red Velvet Recipes
- Red Velvet Sweet Rolls
- Ice Cream Sundae
- Red Velvet and White Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake Ice Cream
- Hot Chocolate
- Red Velvet Cream Cheese Cookies
- 4 Ingredient Red Velvet Swirl Fudge
- Red Velvet Parfaits
- Ice Cream Sandwiches
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So pretty!! xox
Rochelle @ Oh So Sweet Baker
Love these pieces of the fudge, especially the embossed look!
The Food Hunter
This is the most beautiful fudge I've ever seen
I totally agree that Red Velvet is not just for Valentines! Love the pretty design and love that they are no bake too!
Heather | girlichef
These are so pretty! I don't own any candy molds (other than gummy bear ones), but I think I need these in my possession...I love them. The fudge itself? Pretty sure I wouldn't be very virtuous around it...
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Love these cute little red velvet hearts. So pretty!
You make the best red velvet desserts Kim! This one is so pretty, love those candy molds.
I love it when the prettiest recipes are actually quite simple to make. This is a winner for sure, Kim!
Oh.so.beautiful! And, they sound so easy to make. I'm going to have to look for your cute candy molds. Pinning to Pinterest for next Valentine's Day, because I missed your post this Valentine's Day! 🙂
These are beautiful! Where did you find the molds? I want to make these for my wedding but can't find any molds this pretty!
Thanks Marcelle. I believe I picked this up at Michaels, the craft store. Let me check really quick if they have it at amazon. I'll pop back in if they do.
Okay, I found it. I thought I had a link to it but wanted to make sure. If you order through this link it's an affiliate link through my amazon store. Just means I get a few pennies if you order. No pressure to use it.
Or go check out Michaels, they usually have them around Valentine's Day. Not sure if they'd carry them right now but maybe they could order some in.
It's a great mold, but if you're doing a whole bunch I'd suggest buying 2 or 3. One only makes 12 so it would take a bit while you make the fudge and allow it to set it. It's a great mold, works well. If you are making fudge for a wedding I'd go with a penuce or harder fudge just in case it's warm at the reception. The quick fudge is great but won't last as long. Hope that helps. If you need anything else just holler.