4th of July Tie Dyed Fudge

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A festive red, white and blue treat!

Do you have big plans for the holiday weekend? We usually grill up something, hang out with our family and try to relax before watching the fireworks.

But there’s always room for a fun, festive dessert!

4th of July Tie Dyed Fudge: A festive red, white and blue treat!

I actually made this recipe from Taste and Tell last year for a tie dye party at my friend’s house.

They were a big hit with the crowd. I mean, how can you not smile when you see something this colorful?

This was a fun treat to bring to a party, and it could be fun to play around with different color combinations in the future.

4th of July Tie Dyed Fudge: A festive red, white and blue treat!

While the recipe is simple (and tasty!), I did have some difficulty with it.

Deborah has lots of tips on her site for success with this recipe. I think that part of the problem was that the marshmallow creme was just so sticky that it was tough to work with, especially while swirling.

I think the swirls came out nicely, despite my struggles. I’d definitely give this one a try again.

4th of July Tie Dyed Fudge: A festive red, white and blue treat!

4th of July Tie Dyed Fudge

4th of July Tie Dyed Fudge

A festive red, white and blue treat!

Ingredients

2½ cups sugar
½ cup butter
5 oz evaporated milk
2 cups marshmallow creme
8 oz white chocolate chips
red and blue food coloring

Instructions

  1. Head over to Taste and Tell for instructions for making these beauties!

Notes

Recipe by Taste and Tell

Big Flavors Rating: 4 Stars

http://bigflavorstinykitchen.com/4th-of-july-tie-dyed-fudge/

4th of July Tie Dyed Fudge