This one’s a quickie. Two ingredients is all it takes (if you don’t really count vanilla as an ingredient) and brings you the creamiest fudge you’ve ever had!
This is a basic classic fudge recipe and you can use this to make endless variations!
Just bring to heat condensed milk and chocolate, let it melt, add your choice of mix-ins , pour, let it set in the fridge and then you can have the most delicious fudge 🙂
Be it dark chocolate for a more adult version, or the classic semi-sweet maybe even the royal white chocolate; this recipe adapts into all of it easily!
There is no scope for failure and this one’s not gonna let anybody down
- 360 grams semi-sweet chocolate chopped (I used dark chocolate with 70 % cocoa)
- 2/3 rd cup condensed milk
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 3/4th cup choice of mix-ins optional (toasted chopped walnuts, macadamia nuts, toffee bits, candy barks, etc)
- On medium heat, put almost 3/4th of the chopped chocolate and condensed milk in a pot and let the chocolate melt. Remove from heat.
- Stir in the vanilla. Put the reserved chocolate pieces into the pot and start mixing. The residual heat will cause this chocolate to melt.
- Once melted, add in the cup of mix-ins and pour onto a greased 9X6 inch pan that is lined with wax paper/foil.
- Chill for about 30 minutes or until firm.
- Cut into desired shape and enjoy!
- Since I was packing this, and needed a lesser amount of fudge, I halved the recipe and poured directly onto a box that wasn’t greased or lined.