Strawberries and Cream Fudge

Strawberries and cream fudge is a take on a quintessentially British favourite. Heading into summer, we enjoy the flavour combination in a more often variety of ways. From classic Victoria sponge cakes to enjoying it on scones, the two flavours are just meant to go together! 😊

This is a shout out to all of you strawberries and cream lovers! This post is especially for you! 😍

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What does it mean to you?

When you think of strawberries and cream, what comes to mind?

For some people, strawberries and cream represents summer, with warmer beautiful sunny lazy days enjoying a bowl of cold strawberries and cream (lightly whipped or otherwise!). Here in the UK, strawberries and cream has become synonymous with Wimbledon, as it has been enjoyed by spectators of the sport since the first tournament in 1877.

Others think of Valentine’s day when they think of strawberries and cream: the delicate combination of the two flavours coupled with the beautiful colours making it a sweet treat to share with your sweetheart 💕

For me, strawberries and cream make me think about summertime and baking. My family and I have a brilliant time every year going strawberry picking locally for the sweetest berries we can find. After this, we usually rush home to enjoy them with some crushed meringues and softly whipped cream. Yum!

Mixing it up

Me being me, I like to keep the flavours and memory of summertime going all through the year. This means getting creative in the kitchen and bringing all the beautiful tastes and memories of childhood and strawberry-filled summer days together. Some of the ways I do this is in cakes, like a Victoria sponge, scones, cheesecakes or even in ice cream! All amazingly delicious!!

For today’s post, I’m sharing one of these ways: fudge! The strawberries and cream fudge I’m sharing today is beautifully creamy, without any risk of crystallised sugar, and all the yum of strawberries and cream. Perfect!

And if you’re a fantastic fudge fan, don’t forget to check out the other easy scrumptious fudge recipes I’ve shared with you too: cookies and cream, Biscoff, rum and raisin, and gingerbread. Do check them out, they’re all just as easy to make! 😊

This is not your traditional fudge

To make a basic traditional fudge, milk, double cream and sugar are heated together until it reaches the soft ball stage, then chill to set. Luckily for you, today’s strawberries and cream fudge is really quick and easy to make. In actual fact, I prefer the creamy melt-in-your-mouth texture of this version to the traditional one (shhh don’t tell anyone!). And as an added bonus, it is waaaaay less time-consuming to make!!

To make this gorgeous fudge, you just melt white chocolate down before stirring in the condensed milk. After it’s well mixed, tip about ⅔ the mixture into a lined pan, spreading it out evenly into a flat layer. Finally, the remaining fudge mixture is combined with strawberry jelly and then swirled over the cream layer in the pan.

A little note to remember too: avoid light condensed milk, as I find it doesn’t set the fudge as well. Go for the non-light version for the best results!

At its basic level, that’s the fudge done! Thanks to my love of all things pretty, it isn’t a surprise that I like to finish this fudge off with an additional sprinkling of freeze-dried strawberries. Pretty and delicious, could you ask for more? 😘

And that’s it! Super quick, crazy easy, absolutely divine strawberries and cream fudge. No need for Wimbledon or any other special occasion to whip this up, just enjoy anytime! 😊

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Strawberries and Cream Fudge

4.7 from 10 votes
Recipe by Andrea Jones Course: DessertCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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Strawberries and cream meets fudge in this creamy dreamy delight!

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  • 600 g (3 ¼ cups + 1 tbsp) white chocolate

  • 397 g (14oz) condensed milk

  • 23 g (about 2 tbsp) strawberry jelly (powdered)

  • freeze-dried strawberries (optional, but pretty!)


  • Line an 8″ square tin with baking parchment, then set aside.
  • Melt your white chocolate. I do this in 10-20 second bursts in the microwave, stirring in between to make sure it doesn’t burn. Tip in the condensed milk and stir to completely combine.
  • Pour in about ⅔ of the fudge into your prepared tin and spread out evenly. Working quickly, add the strawberry jelly into the remaining fudge in your mixing bowl, mixing well. Dollop the strawberry mixture over the white chocolate (“cream) part of the fudge. Using a knife or skewer, pull it through the fudge to swirl the two together slightly. Top with some freeze-dried strawberry pieces, gently pressing in slightly to help it stick to the fudge.
  • Pop your fudge in the fridge to set and firm up for a few hours or overnight. Cut into pieces and store in an airtight container.

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  1. Wonderful! This recipe is very easy and the fudge looks so pretty. The first time I tried it, it turned out perfect and of course delicious!

  2. This looks so good! What a unique flavor to enjoy !

  3. Thanks for sharing! Does it keep long?

  4. This tastes absolutely delicious! But mine didn’t see. I’m thinking maybe it’s because I melted the chocolate over the stove instead? I always worried about melting the chocolate in the microwave cause I tend to burn it lol. Or is it because I used actually white chocolate chips instead of baking wafers/chips? Any insight? 🥰🤗

    • Hi Ashley! I have melted chocolate both ways and it works fine! I always use a bar of chocolate when making fudge, not any other form of chocolate as they can have added ingredients that change its properties, so this is what I would recommend here too. Hope that helps!

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