2 Ingredient Lemon Fudge

Must-try! The sweet and tangy lemon taste is awesome & only 2 ingredients are needed! This 2 Ingredient Lemon Fudge couldn't be easier!

2 Ingredient Lemon Fudge

I’ve got an addiction.  A healthy addiction.

Let me introduce you to my minimal-ingredient-recipe addiction.  There’s evidence of my addiction all over the place, especially on my 3-5 ingredient recipe Pinterest board.

I heart minimal ingredient recipes because they’re budget friendly and are often easy to make as well.  

This addiction isn’t so bad, right?

I also have an addiction to sweet treats.  {Who doesn’t?!?} Lately I’ve been having fun making all sorts of different fudge recipes like orange cream fudge and candy corn fudge.  Both of them are super easy and oh-so-delicious.  

Then one day a brilliant idea hit me. 

What about lemon fudge?

That was one of those times when the recipe idea was just as good, if not better, than what I hoped for.  The result is a sweet & tangy flavor combination that melts beautifully in your mouth!

This fudge is so easy to make, it can also makes a fun activity you can do with the kids!

My daughter always enjoys spending time cooking with her mama.  These are the days I’ll miss when she’s off to college!  I better get to the recipe before I get too emotional.

Ingredients

  1. 1 12 oz package white baking morsels (preferably from Aldi) OR 1 12 oz package white chocolate chips
  2. 1 16 oz package lemon flavored frosting
  3. Instructions
  4. Line an 8x8 square baking dish with parchment paper.
  5. Melt white baking morsels gently in a double boiler on the stove over medium-low heat.
  6. Stir the chocolate morsels constantly until completely melted. Be sure to melt it slowly since it tends to burn easily under high heat.
  7. Pour melted chocolate into a large bowl.
  8. Add frosting to the chocolate and stir both ingredients until well blended.
  9. Immediately pour fudge into parchment paper-lined dish.
  10. Let the fudge solidify in the fridge (for at least two hours)
  11. Remove fudge from dish and place onto a large cutting board.
  12. Cut into one inch pieces and serve.

Notes

  1. Leftovers can be stored in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to a week.

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