Marshmallow Cream Fudge (Fantasy Fudge)

"This marshmallow cream fudge, or Fantasy Fudge recipe, is made with marshmallow fluff, toasted walnuts, and a little vanilla for extra flavor! This marshmallow fudge recipe is perfect for gifting to family and friends, or keeping on hand to easily satisfy your sweet tooth. And the best part is this fudge is made on the stovetop so no need to turn your oven on."

- Boston Girl Bakes

Marshmallow Creme

key ingredient


– granulated sugar – unsalted butter – salt – evaporated milk – semi-sweet chocolate chips – marshmallow creme – toasted, chopped walnuts – vanilla extract

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Marshmallow Cream Fudge (Fantasy Fudge)


20 Servings



total time

22 Minutes

prep time

10 Minutes

1. Prepare pan. Grease or line an 9×13 inch pan with parchment paper or wax paper and set aside. I like to leave an overhang so I can easily lift the fudge out and cut it into squares.


2. Boil fudge mixture. In a medium saucepan, set over medium heat, stir together the sugar, butter, salt and evaporated milk together. Bring mixture to a boil (it can take up to 10 minutes to bring to a boil) , and then let the mixture boil until it reaches a temperature of 234°F (this usually takes about 3-5 minutes). If it goes beyond 234°F I found the fudge to be a bit gritty and sugar has crystallized.


3. Add chocolate chips. Remove from the heat and stir in the chocolate chips until melted and combined.


4. Add remaining ingredients. Stir in the marshmallow creme, walnuts, vanilla extract until the creme is combined and the walnuts are evenly mixed throughout.


5. Chill fudge. Spread the mixture into the prepared pan and smooth the top. Refrigerate until firm, about 2 hours. Remove the fudge from the pan, lifting out the paper, and then cut into squares and serve.


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