Red Velvet Fudge is a decadent chocolate dessert. If you make one treat this Valentine’s Day, let it be this!
Red Velvet Fudge
For the base layer of this red velvet fudge, all you’ll need are chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk and food coloring. Easy, right?
Make sure you do use the red dye or else it won’t turn to the beautiful red velvet color.
For the ganache on top, you just mix more chocolate chips with heavy whipping cream and voila!
This fudge recipe would not be more easy but the look and taste of it will have people thinking you bought it from a baker.
Parchment paper is your best friend when you make fudge. It makes getting it back out of dish so much easier. Cooking spray will work fine as well.
To cut it, make sure it has completely hardened. I usually leave it overnight just to be sure. Then heat your knife by running it under warm water. After each cut, wipe your knife clean before you make the next cut.
Red Velvet Fudge
Red velvet fudge layer
- 2 1/2 C white chocolate chips
- 1/2 C milk chocolate chips
- 1, 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 1-2 tsp liquid red food coloring
Chocolate ganache layer
- 1 C semi sweet chocolate chips
- 1/2 C heavy whipping cream
- Line a 9x9 baking dish with parchment paper and lightly spray with cooking spray
- Using a medium sauce pan, combine the white chocolate chips, milk chocolate chips, and sweetened condensed milk
- Place over medium heat and mix until combined and smooth
- Mix in the red food coloring
- Pour the fudge into the prepared baking dish and set aside
- Using a small sauce pan, heat up the heavy whipping cream over medium heat
- Place the semi sweet chocolate chips into a heatproof glass bowl
- Once the whipping cream starts to simmer pour over the chocolate chips and allow to sit for 1 minute
- Whisk the chocolate chips and heavy whipping cream until smooth
- Pour the ganache over the top of the red velvet fudge
- Place into the fridge over night before cutting into 1 inch squares.