{Easy} White Chocolate Fudge Truffles

What does an easy fudge recipe and chocolate truffles have in common? Not much until you combine them to make white chocolate fudge truffles! There is pink vanilla fudge on the inside and a white chocolate shell on the outside! I got the recipe for two ingredient fudge from Cookies and Cups.
White Chocolate Fudge Truffles Labeled


Although I’ve made cake pops and cake balls many times, I don’t think I’ve ever made truffles before which is strange because they are one of my favorite things! These pink treats are great for Valentine’s Day and now that I know how to make fudge truffles, I am excited to make a milk chocolate version soon!

Pink Frosting Truffles

I purchased my ingredients from a small local grocery store and they did not sell pink frosting. If you can find pink frosting at a store near you, this step can be skipped. I used one container of vanilla frosting and mixed in a few drops of red food coloring to turn the frosting pink.

Two Ingredient Fudge

Melt one 12 oz bag of white chocolate chips in the microwave and add it to the frosting.

Two Ingredient Fudge Mixture

Stir until combined. It comes together quickly and it will look something like this. Scrape the mixture into a foil lined, greased pan and allow it to cool in the fridge until firm.

Dip Truffles

Use a small heart shaped cookie cutter to cut out some heart shaped fudge pieces. To make balls, cut small squares of the fudge and roll it into balls with your hands. Place the fudge hearts and balls on a pan in the freezer to harden for about 30 minutes. Melt 1/3 of a bag of white chocolate chips in a bowl. Dip the hardened fudge pieces into the melted chocolate. I inserted wooden skewers into the fudge to make the dipping easier. I stood the skewers up in a mason jar to allow the chocolate to harden. Then, I removed the skewer and added a dab of melted white chocolate to the hole where the skewer had been. Melt more white chocolate chips as needed.

Pink Dipped Truffle

Smooth and creamy on the inside with a rich chocolate shell on the outside!

Looking for more easy fudge recipes?
Check out this Smarties Fudge Recipe:


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Comments

  1. I added 2 and a half teaspoons of peppermint extract to the icing and chocolate mix and then after dipping in the white chocolate I rolled some balls in sprinkles and some in hot chocolate powder for Christmas treats and it’s amazing!

  2. These look fantastic, will be making them for a charity fundraiser this week! How many truffles does it make?

    • Hi Nicole! Thanks so much. The number of truffles depends on how big you make them so unfortunately I don’t have a number for you. Best of luck with the fundraiser!

  3. Tonia, these are so cute! I want to make them for my kids, they’ll love them! :)

  4. Those are so pretty and I love how easy they are!!!

  5. This looks so yummy…and Easy!

  6. Tonia seriously. I can’t even get over how amazing these turned out. Love the picture! I want to make some right now!! :)

  7. looks delicious!!

  8. These are so pretty!

  9. Those are amazing! Pinned. Hope to see you at True Aim!

  10. This is genius Tonia! I love the two-ingredient fudge, and to turn it into truffles? Perfect!

  11. First of all, your pictures are beautiful! You amaze me! And second, these little truffles look so delicious–and adorable! What a fun treat! Thanks for sharing with us!

  12. Love how you made some of them heart-shaped!

  13. Mmmm….now I am not much of a regular chocolate fan but white chocolate is a different story! That first photo is sooo beautiful too!

  14. GREAT idea! And as always you have the loveliest photos.

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