Photo Credit: Taste and Tell
If you’re looking for fun and festive treats for this July 4th we found a doozy for you! This beauty only takes about an hour to pull together and yields about 50 pieces. The tie dyed pattern is sure to be a party pleaser so much so I imagine it won’t last long. Grab a few extra hands to help you in the kitchen for this one as the fudge set ups quickly.
Grab your white chocolate chips and pop over to my friend Deborah’s blog for her 4th OF JULY TIE DYED FUDGE recipe.
More fun patriotic party treats:
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