Easy Red Velvet Fudge Using Cake Mix



My kids and I love fudge. It is one thing they know I will buy when we head off to the boardwalk. But as much as we love it, it is so expensive, plus we hardly ever get to go to the boardwalk. At least not as much as we would like. Years ago, we started making fudge from cake mix and we are hooked. I make it from all different types of cake mix, in all types of flavors.

Easy Red Velvet Fudge Made from a cake mix

So just in time for Valentine’s Day, I made some Red Velvet Fudge from Cake Mix

  • 2 cups  of Red Velvet Cake Mix
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
  • 1/2 cup of butter
  • 1/4 cup milk


Melt the butter.

In a large bowl, add in the cake mix, powdered sugar , butter and milk. Stir it all together.

Easy Red Velvet Fudge Made from a cake mix


Spread it in a pan.

Easy Red Velvet Fudge Made from a cake mix

Let it sit for 2-4 hours in the refrigerator.

Easy Red Velvet Fudge Made from a cake mix

Cut into pieces and enjoy.

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  1. Elizabeth Towns says

    Seriously? This works? I would have NEVER figured this out without you. After I make it, I may wish I had never figured it out because I might become addicted. Definitely something I might try out on game day!

  2. says

    OH my….this looks like it would be delicious! I LOVE how easy it sounds too! And so little ingredients…perfect! Will have to try this out with the kids this weekend. Thanks :)

  3. Kerrie @ Family Food and Travel says

    I had no idea that you could make fudge with cake mix! Pinning so I can make this with my boys.

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