Strawberry Cheesecake Fudge [Recipe]

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Its no secret, I’m a cheesecake fanatic. Just check out my Cheesecake Ice Cream &  Healthy Cheesecake dip! So its no surprise that I’ve added a little cheesecake to my fudge recipe. Oh and did I mention its easy? How about that it’s pretty? Or should I just focus on the fact that its DELICIOUS!? I brought a plate of 3 fudges to a family gathering, and  this one was gone before any of the others. These are so perfect for a Valentine’s Day treat, or a bachelorette party – even a baby shower!


  • Approx 3 cups white chocolate
  • 1 cup sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tbs butter
  • 1 1/2 cups mallo cream (marshmallow fluff)
  • 1 box (3.4 oz) Jell-O cheesecake pie filling mix
  • 3 tbs Jell-O Strawberry Gelatin


  1. Prep a 9×9 or a 9×13 inch dish with wax paper. This will help you remove the block of fudge and cut it nicely.
  2. Mix the chocolate chips & butter with the sweetened condensed milk and melt over medium heat in a saucepan.
  3. Once smooth, add in the cheesecake mix and stir until combined. It’ll look grainy at first, but keep stirring for a minute or two.
  4.  Add in the mallow cream and stir until mixture is smooth and creamy.
  5. Pour 2/3 of the mixture into your pan.
  6. Add 1-3 tbs of the strawberry gelatin mix into the remaining mixture. Stir until even in color.
  7. Pour the remaining mixture into the pan, use a toothpick to swirl the two together.

  8. Refrigerate until set, remove from pan and cut! That’s it!!

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22 thoughts on “Strawberry Cheesecake Fudge [Recipe]

  1. I am asking what kind of mallow cream. Fluff or just reg. marshmallow cream. I have found fluff to be like a taffy consistency so i just wanted to know which one you used for this recipe. Thank you.

    1. I used fluff because that’s what I had on hand. In my understanding, the two are the same, except for the way they are “whipped”. I do notice that there is a texture difference though!

  2. Hey I love your recipes and I was wondering, for the strawberry cheesecake fudge recipe can I use cream cheese instead of jello cheesecake pie filling?

    1. Ana,

      I’m glad you like them! I really don’t think so. Cream cheese isn’t safe at room temp, and it adds liquid to the mixture. There are other cheesecake fudge recipes out there that use cream cheese. Maybe see how they do it?

  3. When you say: Add 1-3 tbs of the strawberry gelatin mix into the remaining mixture. Stir until even in color.

    Are you talking about just the powder or do you make the gelatin?

  4. This recipe sounds great! I have some friends; however, who are not fans of white chocolate. Have you ever tried this recipe with regular chocolate? What do you recommend: milk, semi-sweet, or sweet? Thank you!

    1. Hey Gi! I really wouldn’t recommend trying this with regular chocolate. The cheesecake flavor would certainly be lost entirely.

      That said, the white chocolate (which is actually just cocoa butter and vanilla) does not come through in the flavor. It is used more as a solidifying agent in the fudge, to keep us from having to boil sugar. I highly suggest you try it, and just don’t tell anyone there is white chocolate inside. They’ll never know!

  5. Hi… 7 year daughter loved this recipe. We would love make this as favors for her Communion. I was just wondering if there is a way to make it less sweet, more like fudge. It’s more of a candy fudge to me and my husband. Thanks for sharing this great recipe. 😊

    1. Hey DawnMarie!

      I’m sorry – I’m not sure I understand the whole question. I would classify any fudge as a candy, is it not like that where you are from? I get a lot of my fudge ideas from the vendors at Mackinac Island here in Michigan, they are famous for fudge!! When you say to make it more like fudge, do you mean the texture is off?

      As for making it less sweet… maybe swap out the sweetened condensed milk for regular heavy cream? This should cut down on the sugar content and might give the flavor your looking for.

      If that doesn’t work, maybe just strawberry cheesecake? You know I love cheesecake!

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