Forget milk and cookies. Give Santa what he really wants with this Easy Eggnog Recipe. Rich, creamy and a delicious alternative to cookies…again!
Easy Eggnog Fudge Recipe
With all the stresses and goings on during the holidays, I’ve been in search of something to help lower my blood pressure and get me back on an even keel. The stresses of the holidays aren’t going to relent for another week, so I’ve been looking for a little something to not only enjoy and indulge on but also help break the cycle of stress and take the focus off of my never-ending to-do list.
No other drink says “the holidays are here” quite like eggnog. I’ve always been a fan of the flavor but have usually been able to restrain myself. But not this year.
This recipe was sponsored by International Delight Nog at H-E-B. While International Delight no longer makes the Nog flavor, you can easily swap out other flavors (hello, Frosted Sugar Cookie) of International Delight or just use regular eggnog instead!
So this year instead of cookies and milk, try this easy eggnog fudge recipe instead!
How to make fudge:
Easy Eggnog Fudge
- 2 c. sugar
- 1/2 c. butter salted or unsalted
- 3/4 c. Egg Nog
- 2 tsp. rum
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- 12 ounces 1 reg. sized back white chocolate chips
- 1/4 tsp. nutmeg
- 1 7 oz. jar marshmallow creme
- Place medium saucepan over medium heat and melt butter.
- Stir sugar, egg, vanilla extract and rum into the mix until it’s achieved a smooth, thick consistency and bring to a boil.
- Continue cooking, stirring constantly until the temperature reaches 234 degrees (soft ball stage for candy making).
- Turn off the heat, but leave on the hot burner. Slowly mix in the white chocolate chips until they are completely melted and smooth, then add in the marshmallow creme and continue stirring until fully blended.
- Lightly spray, butter, or line an 8x8 baking dish with wax paper and pour fudge mix inside. Refrigerate overnight or until mixture is set and not jiggly.
- Cut into squares before serving.
This eggnog fudge recipe is perfect for a Christmas cookie exchange…or dessert exchange!
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