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Originally, this Bubblegum Budge was made with Duncan Hines Flavor Creations. It was a powdered flavoring they had for frosting and cakes. I used to use it all the time. But, they phased it out a few years ago, so now when I make Bubblegum Fudge, I use LorAnn flavor oils and pink food coloring gel.
I love to make crazy flavors for food like bubble gum and cotton candy. This fudge tastes just like bubblegum when you pop it in your mouth. My kids love it and frequently beg for me to make this treat. It’s very rich, so once piece is more than enough. And, you’ll want to wash it down with a big glass of cold milk.
This would make a perfect take home treat for a baby shower or birthday party. Wouldn’t this be just adorable in little boxes tied with pink twine? I sent some to school with my teenager in little cellophane bags for her friends.
I saw this gorgeous pink lemonade fudge from Shugary Sweets on Pinterest, and it sparked my imagination to top my fudge with some sparklies as well. I used, swedish sugar, candy melts, and hot pink sanding sugar, and it looks just lovely when it catches the light. You can find all these ingredients in the links in the recipe below!
This Bubblegum Fudge recipe is easy to make, delicious, and perfect for parties!
- 1 pkg white chocolate morsels
- 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 7 oz jar marshmallow creme
- 1 cup of sugar
- 3/4 cup butter
- 1 tsp bubblegum lorann flavor oil
- 5-6 drops of pink food coloring gel
- Prepare an 8 x 8 dish with parchment paper.
- Combine white chocolate morsels and marshmallow creme in a large separate bowl.
- In a sauce pan combine sweetened condensed milk, sugar, and butter. Stir continuously on medium heat until boiling. When it reaches a boil, continue stirring for another 5 minutes.
- Remove from fire and mix in the flavor oil and gel food coloring and mix.
- Pour the contents into the bowl with the marshmallow fluff and white chocolate morsels.
- With your mixer on medium, combine all ingredients until the chocolate has completely melted.
- Beat on medium for an additional minute until all is well mixed and smooth.
- Quickly pour into the 8 x 8 dish before it cools. It will cool quickly! Spread it evenly with a spatula. Allow to cool for about 2 hours until set.
- Once the fudge has cooled, melt about 1 cup of the pale pink candy melts in a squirt bottle. I did this in the microwave running it on defrost 1 minute at a time and then shaking it up until it was evenly liquid.
- Squirt lines back and forth of candy melts.
- Quickly spread the sanding sugar and swedish sugar pearls all over the candy melts while it's still warm.
- Let cool and then cut into 1-inch squares.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 357Total Fat: 13gSaturated Fat: 8gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 35mgSodium: 131mgCarbohydrates: 58gFiber: 0gSugar: 50gProtein: 3g
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I bet my sone would love this!
I have a giveaway going on, would love for you to check it out!
Oh wow, I have never heard of bubblegum fudge! I love the color. I bet it tastes yummy! Pinning this. I came over from the Daily Blog Boost!
Emily @ Love, Pasta and a Tool Belt
This looks amazing, and so cute too!
Thanks for sharing at Wine’d Down Wednesday! Pinning your post to our WDW Pinterest board to share with our followers! Hope to see you back at the party next week!
Kristin @ DizzyBusyandHungry.com
I could just stare at the picture of the fudge forever, but I think I need to get my butt in gear and make it because, oh my word it sounds and looks delicious. Thank you so much for sharing and for linking up to Thrifty Thursday.
My daughter would go nuts over these, and the pink decorations? It coudn’t get any better! Thanks for sharing such a creative idea!
such a cute idea! I love pink decorations too!
My kids would LOVE this! Thanks for sharing. Come link up with me if you’re interested. I start a new party each Wednesday and leave it open for a week at cass-eats.blogspot.com
Hi Stephanie!! Saw your bubble gum fudge on Marvelous Mondays!!! The color is amazing!! Can’t wait to try it!!
this is so cute! I am sharing it at my link party tomorrow, I hope to see you again! Thanks ~Allyson @Domestic Superhero
oh wow! this is so cute 🙂
Little Accidents in the Kitchen
My kiddos would surely love this!
Now these look so sooo amazing, I need to try 🙂 yum yum!!
Thanks for linking up to Creative Mondays last week,, featuring this week 🙂
Hi Stephanie, We are loving this bubble gum fudge! We love your recipes and would love to have you share them on our new sister site – MyRecipeMagic.com. It’s a great recipe sharing community and helps drive traffic back to your blog. Hope you’ll stop by and check it out and leave a few delicious recipes! -The Six Sisters at sixsistersstuff.com
Congratulations…this post was featured on Create It Thursday #26! Thanks for linking up such a great creation last week!
How great this looks…so pretty….eating a piece of this would surely bring out the child in us. 🙂
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that must have been your review on amazon. 🙂 Yes, their price is insane!
Lol, why yes it was.
I love this!! I keep seeing those flavor creations and trying to figure out what I can use them for, because they all sound so delicious! I would have never thought to try fudge!!
Where can I find flavored creations???? I’d love to try this recipe!
You can find them in most grocery stores near the cake frosting.
Could you tell me what is candy melts and sanding sugar I would love to try your scrumptious fudge’s but don’t know what those items are or where to get them. I would appreciate your time and trouble to answer my comment I am 75 and have a lot of grandchildren I would love to please with your sweet recipes! Thank you
You can find both in the cake decorating aisle at a craft store such as Hobby Lobby or JoAnn’s. Sanding sugar is just pretty colored sugars. Candy melts are the bags of colored candy wafers you can use to make candy in molds.
I was wondering what White Swedish sugar is??
It’s a pearl sugar. I bought some at King Arthur’s Flour. Here is the link: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/items/pearl-sugar
I love this recipe and use it all the time even just swapping out the bubblegum for another flavour! absolutely failsafe
That’s so great to hear!