White Chocolate Reeses Fudge is a simple and delicious recipe filled with white chocolate Reeses, white chocolate chips & marshmallow creme!
White chocolate Reeses fudge is SO easy to make. This is a great recipe for the beginning baker. Try some other favs like our Cookies and Cream Fudge and Chocolate Fudge too!!
It’s easy – i PROMISE!!
Have you ever made fudge before?!
It’s one of my family’s favorite desserts, and whenever we travel and go to chocolate or candy shops, we buy some.
Today, we decided to try it out at home, and we are so glad we did because it’s SO simple!!
Since we love white chocolate, we decided to go that route and add one of our favorite candies to it – White Chocolate Reese’s.
The combo was amazing, and since then we’ve tried many more fudge versions (like Cookies and Cream and Cookie Dough). We are happy to report that they are all delicious, and this recipe base is perfect for any kind of fudge with mix-ins.
Reeses Fudge Recipe
PREP. Peel off all the White Chocolate Reeses wrappers and cut into fourths. Put parchment paper on the 9×9 pan. (This keeps the fudge from sticking to the pan.) Put the white chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff in a big bowl. Set aside.
MELT. In a pan melt the sugar, heavy cream, salt and butter on medium heat until it starts to boil. Cook for 5 minutes.
BLEND. Pour the hot mixture into the bowl of chocolate chips and mix using a stand or hand held mixer until soft and smooth.
COMBINE. Fold in half the White Chocolate Reeses. Pour into your pan.
REFRIGERATE. Sprinkle the rest of the Reeses on the top. Put in the fridge for 3-5 hours to let it set. Hope you like it!
Recipe Tips + Storing Info
Instead of using the White Chocolate Reeses you can easily change it up for your favorite candy bar such as:
- Regular Milk Chocolate Reese
- Chopped Kit Kat
- Reeses Pieces
If FREEZING the entire batch, place it in the freezer to harden for a little bit before removing it from the pan completely and placing the block in a freezer safe bag. This can last for about 3 months in the freezer. Individual pieces will have to be individually wrapped so it doesn’t get freezer burn.
To DEFROST, leave the fudge in the wrappings for about a day and then leave it at room temp for 15-20 minutes before unwrapping and cutting and eating.
STORED fudge can last for about 2-3 weeks in the fridge, as long as it is covered well enough. If need be you can layer pieces of fudge between parchment paper.
For more Fudge Recipes, be sure to check out:
- Cookies and Cream Fudge
- White Chocolate Butterfinger Fudge
- White Chocolate Cookie Dough Fudge
- Chocolate Fudge
- Caramel Apple Fudge
White Chocolate Reese’s Fudge Recipe
- Peel off all the White Chocolate Reeses wrappers and cut into fourths.
- Put parchment paper on the 9×9 pan. (This keeps the fudge from sticking to the pan.)
- Put the white chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff in a big bowl. Set aside.
- In a pan melt the sugar, heavy cream, salt and butter on medium heat until it starts to boil. Cook for 5 minutes.
- Pour the hot mixture into the bowl of chocolate chips and mix using a stand or hand held mixer until soft and smooth.
- Fold in half the White Chocolate Reeses. Pour into your pan.
- Sprinkle the rest of the Reeses on the top. Put in the fridge for 3-5 hours to let it set. Hope you like it!
Hi. I want to use this recipe for a baby shower. I have found the regular size white Reece’s cups ( there are 24 in the bag, and a bag with 40 something mini white wrapped Reece’s. Which do I need to order? The regular size ( 24 seems like a lot) or the mini? Thank you.
I used the mini ones, but honestly either would work. I would just cut more from the regular size ones. Hope that helps!!
look easy and lucious !!! I don’t spend alot of time anymore, i’m 79.
It really is 🙂 You will have to try them! Thank you!
I absolutely love this recipe 😍 best fudge ever! I cant wait to try all your fudge recipes.
I’m from Scotland so was unsure if our products and sizes would be the same as yours (usa) so it was a bit of a guessing game. I’ll leave the measurements I used here in the UK terms. I used measuring cups then weighed and coverted into grams
1 bag white mini’s? I have no idea what this one is but I’ve had them before and I think there was about 15-20 in packet however I used 3 double packs of regular sized milk chocolate Reeces cups broken up into little pieces.
1 cup caster sugar = 200g
½ cup double cream = 125ml
½ cup butter = 113g
2½ cups white chocolate chips = 400g
213g jar of American Marshmallow Fluff (found mines in Sainsbury’s)
I also added 1bag Reeces white chocolate chips, I added half in at the final mixing stage and half pressed on top.
I hope this helps 😊
I made my first attempt at making fudge using this recipe and it turned out great! My family enjoyed it as well as my neighbors.
If you’re anything like me, you may have looked at the ingredients and thought, “What size bag of Reeses do I need?” Well, I can tell you from personal experience that a “share pack(yeah, right)” of miniature Reeses cups weighing in at 10.5 ounces worked perfectly for this. I believe the total amount of Reese’s was somewhere between 40-45, give or take. Anyway, I would highly recommend this recipe if you love white chocolate, peanut butter, and Reese’s. Yum. Just yum. 🙂
Thanks for recommending it! I am so glad you liked it!
Very good recipe. I even swirled in some peanut butter into the fudge!
Good idea! Thanks for sharing that!
Fudge that is not chocolate. You’ll like this white chocolate version.
Where has this been all my life?! Reeses peanut butter cups are my favorite candy! The fudge is so creamy & I love the chunks of candy in it!
I love Reeses. This fudge was amazing!
Thank you!! So glad you enjoyed it!
My kids actually snuck half of my white Reese’s, so I did half the pan with white and half the pan with regular. It’s amazing both ways! Next time I want to try it with semi sweet chocolate chips and white chocolate Reese’s.
Love that idea! So glad you enjoyed the recipe!
This fudge was so stinking good! I had never attempted a white chocolate fudge before, not sure why now that we made this!
This was the easiest fudge I have ever made. The Reese’s was a delicious addition to white chocolate fudge.
Does this need to stay refrigerated or can it stay at room temp I can’t find it anywhere
Stored fudge can last for about 2-3 weeks in the fridge, as long as it is covered well enough. If need be you can layer pieces of fudge between parchment paper too.
These are so good!! They’ve become part of my Christmas baking staple. Everyone that tries them loves them. So easy to make!
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