Chocolate Covered Cherry Fudge – Three ingredients. That’s all.
Hi there Princess Pinky Girl readers! My name is Serene. I blog over at House of Yumm. I am so happy to be here and to meet all of you! Today I’m here to share a simple, easy recipe for you to wow with during this Holiday Season. Chocolate Covered Cherry Fudge. Such an easy to make treat that won’t require much time, but is definitely worthy of gracing any holiday dessert table, or to be wrapped and given as gifts to loved ones!
Just take a look at all of that chocolate! I know the thought of making fudge can be intimidating. However, this recipe is so simple! Three ingredients. That’s all. One of those ingredients is the cherries too. Which makes this recipe super simple. I used regular maraschino cherries for this Chocolate Covered Cherry Fudge. One small jar will have about 24 cherries inside. You do want to make sure that you drain them and dry them off as best as you can with paper towels. As the cherries sit in the fudge, the juices from them will make the fudge surrounding them slightly softer, and if there’s too much juice, you will end up with quite the chocolate-y mess. Still tasty though!
Store the fudge in the refrigerator in a closed container and it will last for up to a week. I would recommend to make it the day before you plan on serving it, or giving it away. This will allow you plenty of time to let the fudge set in the fridge to harden up. I certainly hope you enjoy this recipe and have fun sharing it with others! Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!
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