Mini Fudge Wedding Cakes Recipe

Posted 18th August

Mini Fudge Wedding Cakes Recipe

Mini Fudge Wedding Cakes

Aren't these just delightful! It's true, good things do come in small packages where these mini wedding cakes are concerned. I know they're not exactly the towering 7 tier cake we expect at weddings but they pack a punch with all that flavour in small packages.

Also where these are made at home they are a lot cheaper, but don't compromise the culinary elegance of a wedding or the taste of delicious fluffy cake. Decorating these wedding revolutionary cakes is also so easy to personalise, it could be a simple coat of white fondant with a few silver sprinkles, to piping on huge red roses and an abundance of sugarpaste butterflies. Sadly this is the end of wedding week, so enjoy the last of the tying-the-knot delights. Level: Easy Servings: 14 Preparation + cooking times: 10 minutes + 10 minutes



  1. Cut three 3-by-18 inch strips of waxed paper and then line a 9 by 12 inch rimmed baking sheet 1 strip along length and 2 along width. It's fine that the strips hang over the sides of the tray. Coat this with cooking spray and leave to one side.
  2. In a medium size saucepan, combine the granulated sugar, salt, butter, cream and marshmallows and cook them on a low medium heat stirring occasionally until most of the butter and marshmallows are melted. This takes about 4-5 minutes.
  3. Once the mixture is ready bring to boil and boil for whilst stirring for 5 minutes then remove from the heat. Add the vanilla and chocolate and stir until the mixture is completely smooth. Pour immediately into the baking sheet and leave to set for 3-4 hours.


  1. After the fudge has cooled, use the paper to lift it out of the baking sheet. and onto a chopping board. 
  2. Using a 1 inch, 1 1/4 inch and a 1 1/2 inch round cutters, cut out 14 rounds in each size.
  3. Pour the sanding sugar into a small, shallow bowl and then dip the top of each round in the sugar.
  4. Stack the rounds to form a 3 layered cake.
  5. Leave to stand for about an hours so the fudge is truly set then enjoy!

Courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings

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