Cheesecake Fudge

Cheesecake Fudge makes the perfect food to gift for hostess gifts and just because you love someone.
Cheesecake Fudge~ Now with update instructions for even greater ease! So rich, so sweet, so decadent! Easy to make. It's made from a pudding mix! You will be making this all year long
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Updated instructions to help make the recipe easier!!!

Ooh La La! Is there anything more tempting than a thick creamy piece of Cheesecake?  Well maybe just one thing.  Cheesecake Fudge!  Oh My are you going to thank me for this one!

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I must say that this recipe comes with a warning:  One bite of this and you will  be hooked!  There is no escaping the addiction that this fudge will create in your life.

Seriously though I may need a Support Group to get me off my sugar addiction in whole.  But until that day I am going to keep popping these guys in my mouth!

Cheesecake Fudge~ So rich, so sweet, so decadent! Easy to make. It's made from a pudding mix! You will be making this all year long

This recipe is really easy to make and the hardest part is waiting for them to cool off and set up.  Would you believe that these guys are made with pudding mix?  Yep you heard me pudding mix.  Just some pudding mix, milk, butter and lots of powdered sugar.  I used Almond Milk for that extra burst of sweetness and flavor.

Cheesecake Fudge~ So rich, so sweet, so decadent! Easy to make. It's made from a pudding mix! You will be making this all year long

Really what would cheesecake be without cherries?  I have to say that plain New York Style Cheesecake is my favorite.  I know that all the fun kinds like turtle or red velvet and all kinds of toppings are very yummy and popular.  But there really is nothing like the classic creamy goodness of a rich cheese cake with cherries on top.

So why would you leave this yummy fudge without a cherry on top?  Well you wouldn’t!! So make sure you drain your cherries well on pop one on top of each luscious piece of fudge!

Cheesecake Fudge~ So rich, so sweet, so decadent! Easy to make. It's made from a pudding mix! You will be making this all year long

What is your favorite Fudge flavor? It’s so fun to know what you like! It helps me create more recipes that will bring you back time and time again.

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25 Comments on Cheesecake Fudge

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    Janise says:
    December 21, 2016

    Upset. I accidentally added 1 cup of milk instead of 1/4 and it’s slimy! Now I have to start over and fo grocery shopping during the Christmas week. 🙁 was really looking forward to tasting it today.

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    Kate Fink says:
    August 4, 2016

    Dear P, this is a great recipe but I found it too sweet and somewhat grainy so here is what I changed the 2nd time around: I subbed a brick of cream cheese for 1 stick of butter and melted it with the milk and 1/2 stick butter. I put that into my mixer and added the powdered sugar, which I reduced to 3 cups, and pudding mixes and used my dough hook to knead the batter. It came out much more like cheesecake, was not too sweet and no graininess. Thank you for the recipe – I would never have thought of using the pudding mix.

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    Diane P. says:
    March 20, 2016

    the flavor of this is really delicious. However, I found it to be gritty. I think next time I try it, after the butter is melted, I will stir in my milk and wait to add the powdered sugar until the milk mixture is hot enough to dissolve the powdered sugar. Overall, I really liked it. I used an 8×11 pan and barely had enough mixture to pour over the bottom and even so, it was as thin as a Hershey bar. I’ll do a double batch next time.
    Another thing I did was I reserved about a 1/4 of a cup of mixture when I was pouring it into the dish (maybe a little less than a 1/4c) and stirred in a little bit of strawberry jello into it. Then I poured that over the other mixture and used a butter knife to swirl it into the original mixture.. Strawberry cheesecake fudge. Yum! I’m sure there are endless possibilities to the options for this recipe.

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      Diane P. says:
      March 20, 2016

      update…when I said I added strawberry jello,,,I meant just the powder of the jello in it’s dry form.. just wanted to clarify that.

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    shelia says:
    December 2, 2015

    This looks great! I’d like to make some for Christmas. Can anyone tell me approx. how many pieces this recipe makes so I’ll know if I need to double it? Thanks!

    • avatar
      December 2, 2015

      Hi Shelia! That is a great question. The recipe is made in a 9 x 13 pan. You control the size of each piece by how you cut them. So you can actually get as many as you want just cut accordingly. If you really need a ton of pieces and you want to double, I suggest making 2 separate batches. I hope this helps. Thank you so much for checking the blog out!

  5. avatar
    February 23, 2014

    They look lovely. Thanks for linking up at Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again this weekend!
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    Debbie says:
    February 3, 2014

    Is it instant pudding mix cheesecake flavor??

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    Leigh says:
    February 3, 2014

    I haven’t been to the store yet to see what the options are about the pudding mix. What size are the boxes of pudding needed, and are they instant or cook-and-serve? Thanks! Can’t wait to make this!

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    Blanca Patricia Carranza reyes says:
    February 2, 2014

    This looks ver y delicious

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    Claudette says:
    February 2, 2014

    I don’t understand the milk measurement in the ingredients…1/4 + 2 tbs milk? 1/4 what???

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      February 2, 2014

      Oh Thank you so much for pointing out my typo! I am so sorry that I did not catch this sooner. It should read 1/4 CUP plus 2 tbs Milk. I hope that helps and thank you for stopping by!

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        Claudette says:
        February 2, 2014

        Thanks for the speedy response! The fudge looks wonderful and I want to try it.

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    Val says:
    February 2, 2014

    This looks soooo great

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    Kami says:
    February 1, 2014

    This seriously looks amazing! I cannot wait to try!!! Thanks for sharing! I will hopefully meet you at BYB!
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