Super simple chocolate fudge that the kids will love to help you make.


Ingredients (serves 12)

  • 375g Packet of Nestle Milk Chocolate Melts
  • 395g Tin of Nestle Sweetened Condensed Milk

Method

  1. Line a square baking tin with baking paper. Place chocolate melts into microwave safe bowl and melt chocolate in 30 second bursts on 50% power (medium), stirring in between, until fully melted (takes approximately 3 minutes total).
  2. Pour in sweetened condensed milk and mix well. As the sweetened condensed milk is cooler than the melted chocolate you may need 1 to 2 more 30 second bursts in the microwave at 50% power (medium) to ensure it mixes well.
  3. Pour into lined baking tin and refrigerate overnight (or at least 2 hours).
  4. Cut into slices and enjoy!
  5. COOKIES AND CREAM VARIATION Use white chocolate melts. Add 1/3 a packet of roughly cut/crushed/chunks of Chocolate Ripple Biscuits after the sweetened condense milk has been mixed in thoroughly.
  6. BUTTERNUT SNAP BASE SPECIAL VARIATION Process a full packet of Butternut Snap Cookies (250g) until finely crumbled, melt approx 50g of butter and mix. Press into base of square baking pan before adding the basic fudge mixture. Other fudge variants can be made as desired by simply mixing in the additives while the mixture is runny before pouring into baking pan. Some suggestions are adding crushed macadamias, fruit and nuts, use dark chocolate melts and chopped glace ginger or cherries – the possibilities are endless.

Notes... It must remain refrigerated until ready to eat as it is quite soft at room temperature. If you desire a less soft fudge, add more melted chocolate (eg. 500g-600g/1.5 packets of melts)

  • Seems easy enough, thanks so much.

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  • This would a great version for fudge in winter as less heat. Love the idea of a cookie base, that is different.

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  • This recipe is so easy. And I love that you’ve added variations too. I always thought fudge would be much harder to make, so I’ve never tried it. This one I will try. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Oh gosh! I never knew fudge was so simple to make!!! This looks great. I’m already thinking of ways to change the flavour to say Irish Cream or choc orange!

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  • so simple. yum. can’t wait to give this one a go

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  • Fantastic! Thank you very much for sharing! Looking forward to trying it! :D

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  • Yum thanks for sharing and especially for the variation recipes.

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  • OMG this looks so delicious!

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  • Oh no, I have both of these ingredients in my cupboard and am wanting something sweet. See you all in about 15 minutes after I’ve made them and stored them in the fridge for later!!

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  • Yummy great for the holidays and even the toddlers can help.

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  • Great recipe for Christmas, and simple as well.

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  • Only two ingredients – great. But, how can I lose weight if everyone keeps posting these delicious recipes?

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  • Thanks for this great recipe – will give it a crack for sure.

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  • easy and yummy! thanks for sharing :)

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  • wow wow wow yum

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