(Inside: Dude. Sometimes, I’m incredibly ridiculous. Like so ridiculous that I make a Dairy-Free Unicorn Fudge just for myself and my littles.)
Ridiculouslity kind of runs in my family.
My mom used to make fun recipes with me as a kid and I feel like I should just top that with my littles. I mean, why not?
Take, for instance, my recipe for Totally Amazeballs Unicorn Ice Cream Sandwiches.
And so my kids ask for more? I give them more. More fun.
I’m ridiculous, after all. Heh. But this recipe for Unicorn Fudge, well, it takes the cake. Or the chocolate. Wait. What?
Anyway, ridiculosity aside, the secret to making such rich colors in FUDGE is white chocolate (which I totally found dairy-free here, which is WOOHOOO!) and loads of fun.
Frankly, you can’t do this with regular chocolate. Simply cannot be done.
Stick with white. Trust me.
And while this particular recipe for something that seems so “normal” takes a little bit of time to make, it’s so worth it.
I mean, look at the swirly-girly goodness seeping out all over the place with this.
Which means you just need to factor-in that it needs to set in the freezer for about an hour. Then you can move it to the fridge and it’ll keep for a few days (if it lasts that long through all the snack-times).
Besides using white chocolate, the rest of the ingredients are simple.
I highly suggest Americolor Food Gel as it makes the best and brightest colors. I used pink, yellow, turquoise, and purple.
Dairy-Free Unicorn Fudge
Dairy-Free Unicorn Fudge
Dude. Sometimes, I'm incredibly ridiculous. Like so ridiculous that I make a Dairy-Free Unicorn Fudge just for myself and my littles.
- 2/3 cup coconut cream, refrigerate can overnight and then open and dump out water--using only the thick goodies
- 8 tblspn unsalted vegan buttery sticks, Earth's Balance is the brand I used
- 7 oz marshmallow creme
- 3 cups sugar
- 1 - 12 oz package dairy-free white chocolate chips
- pink food coloring
- yellow food coloring
- turquoise food coloring
- purple food coloring
- Place the sugar, buttery stick and coconut cream in a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Make sure to constantly stir the mixture.
- Once it comes to a boil, boil for a few minutes to let it thicken.
- Remove from the heat and add the chocolate chips; stirring constantly.
- Once melted add in marshmallow creme.
- Stir until fully combined.
- Pour fudge into 4 separate containers.
- Put 4-5 drops of color each fudge, stirring completely.
- In a square baking dish lined with foil, pour the first color of your choice.
- Spread the fudge all the way to the edges of the pan.
- Repeat with each color of fudge.
- Swirl with butter knife on top.
- Sprinkle candy heart sprinkles over the top.
- Place the fudge in the freezer until fully set, about one hour.
- Slice into bite-sized squares and enjoy!
ITEMS TO MAKE THIS UNICORN FUDGE