2 Ingredient Strawberry Fudge

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My kids LOVE strawberries, and have been asking for some Strawberry Fudge. I have the ingredients for a more candy like fudge, but my candy thermometer is MIA since the move, so on a whim, I decided to make some 2 ingredient Strawberry Fudge that I heard about from a friend. I should also state, that I am a picky eater (if you know me, you know that is a major understatement, haha) and I don’t really care for the 2 ingredients in this recipe. But, my friend assured me it would be good, and that I needed to get over it and just make it already, so I did :)
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The two ingredients for this are:

  1. Strawberry Frosting (I used Pillsbury)
  2. White Chocolate Chips (I used Nestle)

I used these because our local Walmart is closing and moving across the street to be a Supercenter (YAY for more choices!) and that’s the ONLY brands that were left on the otherwise bare shelves while they move.  I do like these brands, but they are in no way affiliated with this post.
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This is very easy and fast to make. Take a square 9×9 pan, and line it with foil.
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Spray it with non stick cooking spray. (I prefer Pam or Crisco, but again, Walmart is moving, this is what they had, so it’s what I bought).
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Pour the white chocolate chips in a microwave safe dish (as you can see, I used my Pyrex microwave safe measuring cup), and microwave on 50% power in 30 second increments until the chocolate melts and you can stir it. (Try to stir between each cycle). Mine took 4-5 cycles. I could stir it at 4, but still see a few chips in it. My friend was on the phone and said go one more round, it’ll make it easier to stir once you add the icing in. I did, and she was right. (Did I just say that? haha!) Then add in the Strawberry frosting and pour it into the pan.
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Once it’s in the pan, put it in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes to set.
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Slice it, and serve it up to the kids.
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All three of mine gave it a big cheesy grin and thumbs up. Then, they asked for more :)
I have also heard this is really good if you change up the frosting flavor. Orange is supposed to taste like a Dreamsicle, Strawberry Lemonade is said to be DIVINE, and so on with Lemon, Chocolate, etc, etc. Enjoy!

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  3. Now I’m in trouble – I’d love the lemon fudge. Luckily I don’t have any of the ingredients in my house. So very easy to make.

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