I first saw an idea for a Kettle Corn Fudge Recipe over at the blog, Fields of Cake. I was intrigued, mostly because it combined three things I love into one tasty little bite. Making fudge is a bit of a process for me, because who wants to stand over the stove waiting on achieving the correct temperature with a busy 2-year old running around? Sometimes I can be a bit of a hazard in the kitchen, so I knew that I needed to start searching for a simple recipe that would also be quick.
The key to this recipe is the product Hot Buttered Popcorn Flavoring Oil by Get Suckered. I purchased mine from Amazon. Warning: You may spend the next hour looking at all of the types of flavoring oil they carry. They are addictive!
- 1 12 oz bag of white chocolate chips
- 3/4 cup sweetened condensed milk
- 1/2 tsp Get Suckered Hot Buttered Popcorn Flavoring Oil
- 1 bag of popcorn (I usually have lightly buttered popcorn around and used that for this recipe)
- Line an 8×8 baking dish with aluminum foil.
- In a microwave safe bowl, pour chips and condensed milk. Microwave (yes, microwave!) for 2 minutes. Remove and stir. Microwave for an additional minute to melt the rest of the mixture.
- Stir in the flavoring oil.
- Pop a bag of popcorn while you pour the mixture into your foil lined bowl.
- When the popcorn is done popping, pour into a bowl. Place a few handfuls on top of the fudge and press down while the fudge is still cooling.
- Refrigerate for 2 hours or until firm.
- Remove the fudge from the container by grabbing the foil and lifting it out. Cut into squares and serve.
I actually used a pizza cutter to cut these into bars. They are hard to cut with just a knife with the popcorn on top. Sorry, they aren’t cut the straightest. I was more excited to get them out and start eating them than I was photographing them today!