Winter white red velvet fudge is almost too beautiful to eat

There’s something special about food that not only tastes delicious but also looks incredible. If you’re looking for something as sweet to the eyes as it is to the tummy, you’ll definitely want to try Winter White Red Velvet Fudge.

This recipe, courtesy of The Café Sucre Farine website, looks almost too beautiful to eat. And we say “almost” because — who can really resist fudge?

The Cafe Sucre Farine

While this fudge may look fancy and complicated to make, the recipe is actually an adaptation of a classic one found on the back of a marshmallow cream jar. A few simple ingredient substitutions, including white chocolate and food coloring, give this old recipe a new taste and look. The swirls shift with each batch, so experiment to your heart’s (and taste buds’) content!

Liz over at the That Skinny Chick Can Bake blog put her own twist on this recipe and published it. Her ingredients are simple, but what I like about her recipe is the detailed instructions she gives on the candy-making process. For her recipe, you’ll need a candy thermometer. According to the blogger, it’s worth the expense and time to pay close attention to the temperature to get that perfect fudge taste and texture.

That Skinny Girl Can Bake

Brianna over at the gluten-free recipe website Flippin’ Delicious is all about the cream cheese frosting with her version of Red Velvet Fudge. She experimented to create a yummy, gluten-free version of this fudge, which only has six ingredients. This fudge closely resembles mini slices of the cake it’s based on with the red velvet on the bottom and the white, cream cheese frosting on top.

Flippin Delicious

No matter which recipe you try, I’m sure you will find one that will become a new holiday tradition for your family.