December 20, 2017

White chocolate eggnog fudge

Sliced white chocolate eggnog fudge.

Sweet and decadent white chocolate eggnog fudge is a rich and delicious treat to add to your holiday parties or give as a gift to the eggnog lovers in your life. 

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If you love eggnog, this Christmas fudge is for you. There's eggnog inside along with two important eggnog spices - nutmeg and a bit of cinnamon. Plus those spices are sprinkled on top for a bit of color and a bit more festive flavor.

Eggnog is one of those polarizing foods. I find that people either love it, or they can't stand it. I'm in the love corner. We have quite a few relatives who enjoy it a lot as well, so this is a popular holiday treat in our family.  

Making homemade fudge is pretty easy. One thing that you need to have when making fudge, or many types of candy at home, is a candy thermometer. It is necessary to measure the high temperatures needed for candy to properly firm up and set.

Side view of cut white chocolate eggnog fudge.

For recipes like this where nutmeg is a prominent flavor, I like to use freshly grated nutmeg. You can often find whole nutmeg in larger grocery stores. Use a microplane to grate it and the aroma and flavor are really superb! 

Make sure when you make this fudge, or anything else that requires you to melt white chocolate, that you get a high quality brand. I like to use Ghirardelli white chocolate chips and find that it always works well. It melts smoothly and isn't dry or grainy.

White chocolate eggnog fudge lasts a week or so in the refrigerator, too. I like to bring it out to come to room temperature before serving.

I've also frozen it with success. You can thaw it on parchment in a freezer container. Add a layer of parchment paper in between each layer of pre-cut fudge before freezing. Then simply thaw overnight and let come to room temperature before serving.

This fudge is perfect for homemade Christmas gifts or for adding to your holiday cookie and dessert trays. Bring it to a potluck or as a hostess gift. I've even brought it to places for fundraiser raffles and people always seem to enjoy it a lot.

White chocolate eggnog fudge dusted with nutmeg.

Yield: Varies depending on how small/large you cut your squares
Author: Amy (Savory Moments)
White Chocolate Eggnog Fudge

White Chocolate Eggnog Fudge

Sweet and decadent white chocolate eggnog fudge is a rich and delicious treat to add to your holiday parties or give as a gift to the eggnog lovers in your life.


  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, plus more for greasing
  • 3/4 cup eggnog, well-shaken
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 12 oz. white chocolate chips
  • 1 jar (7.5 oz) marshmallow creme/fluff
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, plus more for sprinkling
  • 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon, plus more for sprinkling
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


  1. Line an 8x8 dish with foil and then lightly grease the foil with butter. Set aside.
  2. In a medium saucepan, combine the butter, eggnog, and sugar and bring to a boil, stirring often with a wooden or metal spoon. Cook until the temperature reaches 234 degrees F on a candy thermometer.
  3. Remove from the heat and stir in the white chocolate until smooth.
  4. Stir in the marshmallow creme, nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla. Pour into the prepared pan and spread evenly. Dust the top with a bit more nutmeg and a tiny bit of cinnamon.
  5. Let cool completely before cutting into small squares and serving. Make the pieces small as they are quite sweet and rich.
  6. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator and let come to room temperature before serving.

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Serving white chocolate eggnog fudge.

This recipe was originally published in 2017 and has been updated in 2021 with new text, a recipe card, and more to improve reader experience.

Check out these other Christmas and holiday treat recipes:

Eggnog Truffles 

Sugar Plums 

Holiday Persimmon Bread 

Winter Grape & Citrus Upside Down Cake 


  1. This is heavenly, esp. for white chocolate fans like my husband.

  2. What a neat idea! I've never had eggnog fudge, but love the idea. Very creative. Thanks! And Happy Holidays!

  3. This looks amazing. I love eggnog fudge. I've never had it, but it looks amazing!!

  4. Yum! I haven't had a piece of fudge in ages. Maybe I can manage to get this made before Christmas.

  5. I was thinking about an eggnog fudge. Now I know where to start!

  6. What a great way to use egg nog. Yours looks so creamy!

  7. Want...need...want...need again!!! This looks so holiday yummy!!!

  8. Fudge is the perfect holiday treat and using eggnog makes it exceptional.

  9. My husband and kids would DEVOUR this. Looks great!

  10. This sounds so delicious! Pinned!

  11. The fudge sounds yummy! I hope you have a wonderful Holiday Season.

  12. Gorgeous! This looks absolutely delish!

  13. delicious! i rarely make fudge because making it means eating it, and it's definitely a treat for special occasions!! this is a great version. :) happy new year!

  14. Thanks so much for stopping by and linking to First Monday Favorites. As it just so happens I have all the ingredients for this, and I may need to make some and bring it somewhere so we don't eat it all. hmmmmm

  15. Hi Amy!!! I made this!! delish!!! but after I added the chocolate chips, the mix curdle :(. I fixed it adding warm milk (~1/2 cup, bits at a time). Any advice??? Thanks!! :) the fudge was super tasty but gritty :(. HELP!!!

    1. White chocolate can be tricky. I find Ghiradelli brand white chocolate works best for melting. Otherwise, a good quality white chocolate bar broken up. I should update this post to recommend that. Hopefully that helps! I'm sorry it was gritty!

    2. I did not use a high quality chocolate :( I didn't update that after it set it kinda became smooth. At the end the consistency was between a fudge and ganash, but everyone LOVED it!!! I have no leftovers!! I will do them again but using better chocolate. Thanks Amy!!!...I am making the cranberry tart as we speak :)


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