Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (2024)

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Delicious Rainbow Sherbet Fudge! This pretty fudge is so simple to make and will brighten up any occasion. If you are looking for a fun treat, give this wonderful fudge a try.

Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Ingredients:

● 12 TBSP Butter, softened
● 5 oz Evaporated Milk
● 3 cups Sugar
● 12 oz White Chocolate Chips
● 7 oz Marshmallow Fluff
● 1 TBSP Vanilla Extract
● 1 TBSP Orange Extract
● 7 drop Red Food Coloring, Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (3) divided
● 11 drops Yellow Food Coloring, Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (4) divided
● 6 drops Green Food Coloring Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (5)

Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Mise en Place:

Loaf PanRainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (6) (9″ x 5″)
● Aluminum Foil
● Non Stick Cooking Spray
Measuring CupRainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (7)
Measuring SpoonsRainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (8)
● Large Pot
SpatulaRainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (9)
● Small Bowls (for color mixing)
Candy Thermometer Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (10)
● Knife

Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Directions:

● Line a 9″x5″ loaf pan with aluminum foil.
● Spray a non stick cooking spray on your aluminum foil.

● In a large pot, combine butter, evaporated milk and sugar.
● Cook on medium to low heat until your candy thermometer Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (12) reaches 240°, stir consistently with a spatula.

● Remove from heat and mix in white chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff.
● Add vanilla and orange extracts; mix well.
● Carefully and quickly divide your liquid fudge equally into four separate small bowls.

● Add 6 drops of red food coloring to one bowl; mix well.
● Add 6 drops of green food coloring to the third bowl; mix well.
● In the fourth bowl to make orange, add 5 drops yellow food coloring and one 1 drop of red food coloring (you may have to double this); mix well.

● Pour your red fudge into the pan first, then layer the orange fudge, then yellow fudge, and finally the green fudge last (if these start to harden in your bowls, just give it a quick mix).

● Set your loaf pan in the freezer two hours, or until hardened.
● Remove from pan by lifting out the aluminum foil.
● Cut the edges off for a clean look.
● Cut the Rainbow Sherbet Fudge into small squares to serve.

● Makes 15 servings Rainbow Sherbet Fudge

Note: You are not bound by these color choices. You can use any bright colors you like: blue, purple, violet are the other rainbow colors. Just look at the back of your food coloring box Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (18) to see what food color combinations will make up the rainbow colors you would like!

Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (19)

Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe
By Ann
Delicious Rainbow Sherbet Fudge! This pretty fudge is so simple to make and will brighten up any occasion. If you are looking for a fun treat, give this wonderful fudge a try.

Prep Time: 20 Minutes
Cook Time: 15 Minutes
Total Time: 3 hours

Ingredients:

12 TBSP Butter, softened
5 oz Evaporated Milk
3 cups Sugar
12 oz White Chocolate Chips
7 oz Marshmallow Fluff
1 TBSP Vanilla Extract
1 TBSP Orange Extract
7 drop Red Food Coloring, divided
11 drops Yellow Food Coloring, divided
6 drops Green Food Coloring

Directions:

● Line a 9″x5″ loaf pan with aluminum foil.
● Spray a non stick cooking spray on your aluminum foil.
● In a large pot, combine butter, evaporated milk and sugar.
● Cook on medium to low heat until your candy thermometer reaches 240°, stir consistently with a spatula.
● Remove from heat and mix in white chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff.
● Add vanilla and orange extracts; mix well.
● Carefully and quickly divide your liquid fudge equally into four separate small bowls.
● Add 6 drops of red food coloring to one bowl; mix well.
● Add 6 drops of yellow food coloring to the second bowl; mix well.
● Add 6 drops of green food coloring to the third bowl; mix well.
● In the fourth bowl to make orange, add 5 drops yellow food coloring and one 1 drop of red food coloring (you may have to double this); mix well.
● Pour your red fudge into the pan first, then layer the orange fudge, then yellow fudge, and finally the green fudge last (if these start to harden in your bowls, just give it a quick mix).
● Set your loaf pan in the freezer two hours, or until hardened.
● Remove from pan by lifting out the aluminum foil.
● Cut the edges off for a clean look.
● Cut the Rainbow Sherbet Fudge into small squares to serve.

● Makes 15 servings Rainbow Sherbet Fudge

● To print the Rainbow Sherbet Fudge recipe click here.

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Rainbow Sherbet Fudge Recipe (2024)

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