Super Easy Valentines’ Day Fudge {With a Lesson to Walk in LOVE}

We did one more {super yummy} fun LOVEFamily {Bible} Time” activity! And in the end we had a delicious treat! :)

We got to work making some super easy Valentines’ Day fudge! As we worked on the fudge we used “the LOVE chapter” {1 Corinthians 13} to talk about what “LOVE IS”!

the bakers

“Love is patient {waiting your turn}, love is kind {helping get out the mixing bowls}, it does not envy {wishing you you had someone else’s bakers hat}, it does not boast {bragging about pouring the first ingredients in}, it is not proud {thinking you can mix better than everyone else}. It is not rude {pushing others off the stool}, it is not self-seeking {wanting to lick every spoon}, it keeps no record of wrongs {telling of how your sister licked all the batter last time}… Love never fails.”
(taken from 1 Corinthians 13:4-8)

baking bakers
mix sprinkles
To make the fudge… Melt 1 tablespoon butter with one bag chocolate chips (we did this in the microwave, stirring every 30 seconds). Mix in a 16oz. can of chocolate frosting. Pour onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Put sprinkles on (if desired) and let cool in refrigerator for 1-2 hours. (I got this easy fudge recipe from here, & the idea to cut the fudge into hearts here!)
Oh, and don’t forget to lick the batter! :)

yummy fudhe

While we waited for the fudge to cool, (we ate supper… which was a bit spoiled by our “fudge tasting” & then) we talked about 2 John 6, particularly where it says: “you must walk in love.” I wanted to remind our kids (& myself) that we need to walk in love EVERY day, EVERY moment- not just on the week before Valentines’ Day, when we’ve had lots of fun opportunities to talk about LOVE! We brought out our big roll of paper, & wrote 1 Corinthians 13: 4-8 on it. The kids thought it was great that when the verses were all rolled out, the L-O-N-G paper was longer than the length of our house! :) Then we walked on the words, tip-toed on the words, marched & danced & ran & jumped on the words… as we said the verses over & over, always ending with a loud “LOVE NEVER FAILS!”

Walk in love walk of love love walking

Then, we practiced what “LOVE is” again, as we used heart shaped cookie cutters on our fudge! “Love is patient {waiting for mommy to help, so the fudge comes out looking like a heart}… Love is not self-seeking {finding others to share our fudge with}…”

Valentine Fudge

May we WALK IN LOVE {Christ’s LOVE} every day!

Happy Valentines’ Day!


  1. I loved reading this! I am so glad you enjoyed the fudge and I love how you made it a special part of your day!