Two Ingredient Strawberry Fudge

This two ingredient strawberry fudge recipe is just like it says, two ingredients! Talk about SIMPLE! Don’t let the simplicity of this recipe fool you, it’s downright delicious!!

Roses are red, violets are blue, this fudge is so simple you’ll want to make two (batches). Okay so that doesn’t exactly rhyme but I think you know where I am going! 

Valentine’s day is coming soon! Whether you have someone to make these for, or you need to make them for yourself, this fudge is absolutely, dangerously, addicting. 

I think I ended up making like four batches between everyone eating them all! But, since it is so easy to whip up, it was the perfect recipe!

Though this might be one of the simplest fudge recipes, it’s definitely not our only fudge recipe! Make sure you take a look at our amazing chocolate mint oreo fudge, peppermint crunch fudge, and of course our peanut butter swirled fudge

The very two ingredients you need to make this fruit flavored fudge:

2 ingredient fudge without condensed milk ingredients:

  1. Strawberry Frosting
  2. Almond Bark (white chocolate candy coating)
  3. Sprinkles (optional)

The almond bark and also be substituted with white chocolate chips as well! If you aren’t sure where to find almond bark or maybe have never even heard of it, you can find it in your local grocery store or they also have it on Amazon HERE.

If you don’t have strawberry frosting in the cupboard and aren’t looking to get out of the house and grocery shop, then you can always check out this recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction on how to make your very own Strawberry frosting!

Besides the two ingredients, what else will you need?

  • A 9×9 pan (similar to THIS one)
  • Nonstick cooking spray
  • Medium-sized microwave-safe bowl
  • Rubber spatula

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we say this quick fudge made with frosting is super simple, but how simple is it really?


To start this recipe get out your 9×9 inch pan and spray it generously with nonstick cooking spray. 

Then, place the whole container of frosting and almond bark into the microwave-safe bowl. Make sure to break up the almond bark into small chunks for it to melt properly. 

Place the bowl into the microwave and make sure the microwave is on 50% power and set the timer for 45 seconds. 

Remove the almond bark and frosting mixture from the microwave and stir it well. Then return the bowl to the microwave and heat it at the 50% power again for another 20 seconds. 

After it is done, pull the bowl out of the microwave and stir it well until the almond bark mixture is completely melted and smooth. 

Then, take your greased 9×9 pan and pour the fudge mixture into the pan and spread it out until it fills out the pan equally. If you are adding sprinkles, add them on top once you have finished spreading the fudge. 

Once that is done, place the fudge into the fridge for 45 minutes or so or until it is completely set up. 

After it has hardened, remove it from the pan and cut it into little squares. I can make about 50 small pieces depending on how you choose to cut it. 

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Not a fan of strawberry? Try out this some of these two ingredient fudge variations:

  1. Vanilla nut (using vanilla frosting and your favorite nut)
  2. Cherry
  3. Chocolate
  4. Lemon
  5. Orange
  6. Funfetti
  7. Mint

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Fudge, fudge, and MORE fudge!

Serves: 12

Two Ingredient Strawberry Fudge

With only two ingredients, this fudge could not be any easier! And this recipe is fail-proof. You really can't mess it up.

50 minPrep Time

2 minCook Time

52 minTotal Time

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  • 1 (16 ounce) container strawberry frosting
  • 12 ounces (3/4 pound) almond bark or white candy coating (broken into small pieces)


  1. Lightly spray a 9x9" pan with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Place the entire container of frosting and almond bark into a microwavable safe bowl.
  3. Microwave on medium power (50% power) for 45 seconds. Remove from microwave and stir. Return to microwave for 20 more seconds, then remove and stir until completely melted and smooth.
  4. Pour into prepared pan and place in the fridge for about 45 minutes or until completely set. Remove and cut into squares (makes about 50 small pieces).


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  1. Instead of the almond bark, you can use an approximately 12 oz bag (they vary a bit in size) of baking chips: chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, etc. Microwave the chips first, about 15 seconds at a time, stirring in between until just melted, then stir in the frosting. Use regular frosting, not the whipped kind. If you like nuts, stir them in just before you pour it into the pan to cool. You can make any flavor combination such as peanut butter chips with chocolate frosting, orange cream frosting with white chips, etc. My personal favorite is butterscotch chips with white frosting and chopped pecans. I have a friend who loves peanut butter and bacon (like the milkshake at Sonic) so I used peanut butter chips, white frosting, and stirred in real bacon bits for his...thought he was going to die from happiness! =) That strawberry fudge looks fabulous with the sprinkles added!! Seriously, this is the easiest way to make amazing fudge!!!
  2. I have made this several times this past year and taken it for events and every time the plate is empty within minutes. It is so surprising that something this simple can be so good. I just make the chocolate and added lots of walnuts. Soooo gooood!! I want to try using the vanilla frosting and white chocolate chips, cutting into two bowls to microwave. One stays like it is, the other will get some orange extract and a little orange coloring. Then swirling them together in the pan. Creamsicle fudge!!! I have made it before using many more ingredients and it was really good. So this just makes it much easier and quicker. I get my frosting from the Dollar Tree to save money. Same exact frostings just less expensive. I have always used the chocolate chips, white for Strawberry and the Creamsicle fudge, milk chocolate chips for the chocolate frosting. I also want to try to make coconut fudge, white chips, vanilla frosting, and adding coconut on top and kind of swirling it through. Maybe drizzle with a little milk chocolate on top..... So many possibilities...

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