One of my friends was having a house warming recently and loves both fudge, pumpkin and pumpkin spice lattes so I decided to combine them and create a delicious Pumpkin Spice Fudge that I know she will love it. Now I’ve given it to her I can finally share it here with you so here we go our delicious Pumpkin Spice Fudge Recipe. By the way, it went down a real hit!
Pumpkin Spice Fudge
So we love making fudge in the slow cooker, however, since I made that many years ago with T when she was 3 I’ve become a lot more confident in my fudge making and this one uses a sugar thermometer to check the temperature.
If you’ve seen our Instagram you’ll know that we grow our own pumpkins and I’m always finding new ways to use the Pumpkin Puree that I make on mass each year (1 small pumpkin makes 5 cups of puree).
So combining my favourite fudge recipes, with our homemade pumpkin pie spice (you can find the recipe for that clicking on the link) and the homemade pumpkin puree (a can of puree will work just as well) plus white chocolate and the secret ingredient marshmallow fluff makes this a really smooth and tasty fudge that lovers of pumpkin pie will adore.
Pumpkin and White Chocolate Spiced Fudge Recipe
- Sauce Pan
- Candy Thermometer
- Wooden Spoon
- 9" x 9" Square Cake Tin
- Greaseproof Paper
- 675 g caster sugar
- 170 g unsalted butter softened
- 120 ml evaporated milk
- 115 g pumpkin puree
- 265 g white chocolate chips
- 1 tbsp pumpkin pie spice
- 213 g marshmallow fluff called creme in the USA this is approximately 1 jar
- Line a 9" x 9" cake tin with greaseproof paper.
- Using a large saucepan, combine the caster sugar, unsalted butter, evaporated milk and pumpkin puree.
- Cook on medium to high heat until the mixture starts to boil whilst stirring frequently.
- Once the mixture is smooth, place the candy thermometer into it and continuously stir the mixture until the temperature reaches 112C.
- Once at 112C, remove the pan from the hob and mix in the white chocolate chips, pumpkin pie spice, and marshmallow fluff and continue to stir until it's all melted.
- Pour the mixture into the prepared cake tin and set onto the counter to cool and harden for at least 12 hours making sure you cover it with a tea towel or food net.
- Remove from pan and cut into 1" squares.
More White Chocolate Fudge Recipes to Enjoy And Gift
We love our White Chocolate and Gingerbread Fudge Recipe – it’s warming and reminds us of Christmas.
Even more Christmas like is our White Chocolate and Cranberry Fudge Recipe – check out how those cranberries look like jewels in the fudge.
If you are looking to use up the excess Candy Corns from Halloween then our White Chocolate and Candy Corn Fudge Recipe is ideal.
With red velvet and white chocolate, you can give this Red Velvet and White Chocolate Layered Fudge as a gift any time of the year.