Coconut Creme Fudge

"I came up with this last year to satisfy my husbands love for coconut! It is delicious! Enjoy!"
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Ready In:
1 eight by eight pan




  • In large pot over medium heat, cook and stir butter, sugar and milk.
  • Bring to boil and boil for 5 minutes or candy temperature of 230 degrees.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Add marshmallow creme and white chips stirring til well blended and chips are melted.
  • Add in coconut and coconut flavoring.
  • Mix well and pour into greased or sprayed medium baking dish.
  • Cool completely, then chill til firm.

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  1. This was wonderful! They had to pry it away from me to take it to the bake sale. It's a must for any coconut fan. This Christmas I will make it up for trays and dip the squares diagonally in chocolate coating. The fudge is pure white so it will be very elegant. Thank you,( she says with a full mouth)
  2. Really a GREAT flavored fudge! We LOVED it here at our house, will be Christmas baskets for sure. I did toast the coconut which gave it a beautiful color and flavor and saved a handful to sprinkle on the top other than that followed the recipe. THANK YOU for posting this recipe.
  3. I made these for my mom for Mother's Day. She loved it, but my dad liked it even more and ended up eating most of it! I appreciate how easy to recipe was to follow, as I haven't done much candy-making before. I cut the fudge into triangles, and decorated them with melted chocolate. They looked fancy and expensive, and tasted great.
  4. I got rave reviews for this recipe this Christmas. It was nice to offer on our goodies an alternative to the traditional fudge. :) Stirring is critical during the boiling process...I learned the hard way. :( Second try everything turned out wonderful, I doubled the recipe even. :) I think next time around I will try adding chopped macadamian nuts to the fudge. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe...this is definately a keeper. :)
  5. This fudge is so good it forced me to be naughty and eat some before breakfast. I found it hard to get out of the dish I chilled it in so next time I will put some baking paper down before I pour the mixture in. I used coconut flovoured evaporated milk because I had it in my pantry and the whole reason I made this recipe was to get rid of it, because of that i added less coconut flavouring but sprinkled extra coconut flakes on top. I also used recipe #75813 marshmallow creme by Kittencal because i had no idea where to find the jared stuff and it turned out delish!


I am married with 3 sons and two spoiled female dogs. My mother worked as a cook her entire life. I learned as a child, standing on a chair next to her trying to take in each detail of what she was doing and anticipating the outcome. I have worked as a cook for the schools and now I volunteer for our youth and children's camps as a cook in the Summer. These days, I look for healthier recipes for my family and nothing too fancy.
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