White Chocolate Pistachio & Cranberry Fudge
White Chocolate Pistachio & Cranberry Fudge comes together in minutes and is pretty and festive enough to give as a gift. Not too sweet, just creamy and delicious with a little crunch from the pistachio’s and slightly tart from the cranberries.
If you’ve ever made fudge, you’ll know that it’s a little time consuming. You have to temper the liquid to get it to the right consistency. Well, no candy thermometer is needed for this recipe because this fudge is quick and easy. You can even get your kids involved and they could present them to their teacher as gifts.
Great gifts for teachers and neighbors
To make the gifts, I just bought party favor bags, stack the fudge piece and tie up with festive gift tags, how easy is that?! Last year I made a white chocolate cranberry & pistachio bark that is also very easy and what about enjoy a delicious cup of white chocolate hot chocolate, that would be delicious with any of these treats.
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26 Comments on “White Chocolate Pistachio & Cranberry Fudge”
I am not a fudge person myself but, I thought this would make a pretty add-on for teachers’ gifts at Christmas. Well, I had my family fighting over the leftovers. I suspect it will be requested every year from now on. Thank you for a great recipe
This has made my day, thank you so much.
I made a double batch today and turned out great. I’m giving them as holiday gifts, thank you for an easy recipe
Wonderful. I hope everyone enjoys them.
I made fudge for the very first time using this recipe. It came out perfect so I will be using it forever!! My husband & daughter love the creaminess of it. I prefer a chunkier fudge so I’m going to add 1 cup each of pistachios & cranberries. This is going to be a family tradition from now on. Thank you very much for posting this!!!!!!!
I meant to say, I’m going to try 1 cup in place of the 4oz measurement for each of the nuts & crans.
The more the merrier 🙂
Great, I’m so happy you enjoyed it, thank you for the feedback
I made this today and am very impressed. It tastes yummy and the recipe is so easy to follow.
Thank you so much for the feedback and happy you enjoyed it.
What is the measurements for about 22 people of each ingredient.
The recipe has a great feature where you can type in the number of servings and it will change the recipe to the exact measurements for each ingredient, then you can print it out if you need to. Let me know if you need more help.
I have started to gather the ingredients but questioned my choice of the white chocolate chips. Did you yse real white chocolate chips or the white baking chips? Most of the major brands have white baking chips on their package not white chocolate.
Hi Deb, I used Nestle toll house white chips found in the baking aisle. I would choose to use baking chips for this recipe because regular chocolate chips will be a little sweeter. Thank you for pointing that out, I have made a note in the recipe.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you love the fudge.
I’m sure it tastes delicious for sure as the picture. So My inspiring 🙂
I owe you a huge thank you. I used toasted, salted pistachios because I wasn’t paying attention. Other than that I followed the directions exactly (except for 2×2 squares-1×1 was plenty big enough). I got rave reviews -“best fudge ever”, “wow, that’s good!” etc. I think the saltiness cut the sweetness a bit. Texture was amazing. I used Ghiradelli White Chocolate chips. Had one mildly disappointed guest who thought it was pepper jack cheese-what a face!
Wow Tim, you have made my day. Thank you for the great feedback. I think using good quality chocolate is the key and the pepper jack cheese comment is hilarious! Happy Holidays!
Hello Pam, I’m sorry the taste was not right for you. I’m not quite sure why. Did you use the right amount of white chocolate? As for the cranberries and pistachios, it sounds like you needed to mix them in more so they are evenly distributed. I hope this helps.
Is it 2 x 28 ounce tins or is the total required by the recipe 28 ounces? Thank you
Hi Anna, 2-14 ounce cans for a total of 28 ounces.
How long does it keep? I want to make it for a hamper so will be making it ahead of time
Hello Harriet. It will stay fresh if covered in a cool, dry place for 1 week and refrigerated up to 2 weeks. Thank you for stopping by.
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Made this tonight it is great next time I’m going to make a double patch
I love to hear this Maggie and I’m glad you like it. Thank you.
Wow, does this look fantabulous. I hope someone brings me some. Just a gorgeous photo too. I love the combo of cranberries and healthful pistachios…so Christmasy!