Make super easy pink Valentine fudge in an instant! This simple kid-friendly Strawberry 2 Ingredient Frosting Fudge recipe is the perfect Valentine’s Day treat. For more recipes like this see my Desserts page.
Want a sweet treat that literally takes minutes to make? This strawberry fudge is it! Some years back I posted a Milk Chocolate Simple 2 Ingredient Frosting Fudge recipe I made for the holidays.
It became a huge hit in our family. Today I am back with a Strawberry 2 ingredient frosting fudge that is sweet and creamy and perfect for Valentine’s Day.
This recipe is so simple and would make a great beginner recipe for kids. The cool part is there are so many frosting flavors, that the possibilities for fudge ideas are endless!
How to make Strawberry 2 Ingredient Frosting Fudge
To make this fudge you need an 8×8 pan or glass dish. You can use a larger 9×9 pan but the fudge will be thinner.
TIP: If you using cookie cutters to cut shapes out of the frosting I recommend using a 9×9 inch pan to make thinner fudge.
I used an 8×6 glass dish lined with parchment paper so the fudge would not stick to the sides. You could also use foil to line the pan or spray cooking spray to keep it from sticking.
Use caution with the oil it may have a bit of oily residue on the edges and bottom of the fudge. In my opinion, I think it is best to use parchment paper.
Which Ready-made Can Frosting to use?
You can use any ready-made can frosting to make this fudge. My preferred brand is Duncan Hines. In this recipe, I used Pillsbury, but I have also used the Betty Crocker brand and they all come out perfectly.
After tasting the fudge, I think I would try a different brand instead of Pillsbury. I found the fudge way too sweet for my liking.
How to Make Heart Shaped Fudge
Since this fudge is for Valentine’s Day I wanted them to heart-shaped. I used a mini cookie cutter set with a 1.5-inch heart-shaped cookie cutter. The 1.5 inch one is the largest one in the set above.
After making the fudge and letting it set in the refrigerator, gently remove the fudge with the parchment paper from the dish and lie it flat on the counter.
Press out heart-shaped sections in the fudge.
How to Store Fudge
Fudge can be stored in an airtight container for up to 1 month at room temperature.
You can store fudge in the refrigerator if you desire. Just make sure it is sealed in an airtight container or it could take on the flavors of other items in the refrigerator. The cold air may also dry the fudge out.
You can freeze fudge in an airtight container and it will last up to 3 months. It will defrost in about 3 hours on the counter at room temperature.
MAKE AHEAD: Fudge should be stored in an airtight container for a couple of weeks at room temperature. Wrap in wax paper and store in the refrigerator for up to a month.
FREEZER: Wrap fudge in plastic wrap and seal in an airtight container or freezer bag for 6 months.
Strawberry Frosting Fudge
- 1 16 oz container of strawberry frosting, Betty Crocker
- 11 ounce package white chocolate chips, Ghirardelli
- Heart sprinkles, round pearl sprinkles
- Line an 8×8 pan or dish with parchment paper or spray with cooking spray.
- Place chips in a mixing bowl and melt in the microwave, stirring every 30 seconds until smooth. About 1 1/2- 2 minutes in total.
- Mix in a whole can of frosting with the melted chips.
- Spread mixture into the pan. Make a design using a toothpick if desired.
- Add sprinkles or other toppings if desired.
- Cover and place into the refrigerator for 30 minutes to set fudge.
- Cut into squares and serve.
The nutrition info provided is only an estimate. See my nutrition disclaimer for more info on how the data is collected for recipes.
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