Chocolate Fudge

Who doesn’t like chocolate??  Well… I know a couple of people who are not crazy about it, but really… not many, right?  When it comes to home-made Christmas gifts, chocolate never fails and I try to always include something chocolatey in my little hampers.  This year I made my favourite fudge!  I made it for the first time many years ago, and when I say many, I mean “pre-Internet-time-many”!  I got this great book on chocolate as a Christmas gift and this was the first thing I made!  I still haven’t found a better recipe for fudge as of today!  It is so easy to make, it literally takes 10 minutes, and it tastes delicious: smooth, silky, chocolatey, sweet (but not overly)… perfection!  When it sets, cut it into cubes and store it in an air-tight container for up to 1 month (but it won’t last that long)!

Chocolate Fudge

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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 25 pieces
  • 500 gms – 1.1 lbs. dark chocolate, roughly chopped
  • 75 gms – 2.65 oz. butter
  • 400 gms – 14 oz. sweetened condensed milk
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  1. Line a 20x20 cm – 8x8 inch square oven proof dish with baking paper and keep it aside.
  2. Put the chocolate, butter and condensed milk in a pot and put on a low flame. Heat, stirring continuously, until the chocolate and butter melt. Do not boil!
  3. Remove from the fire, add the vanilla extract and stir well.
  4. Pour the mixture into the prepared dish. Flatten the surface with the back of a spoon and put it in the fridge for a few hours to set.
  5. When set, cut into cubes and enjoy!
Store in an air-tight container for up to 1 month. Do not freeze.

Chocolate Fudge

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10 Responses to CHOCOLATE FUDGE

  1. Berrie says:

    OMMMM nom nom yummy and so simple am going to have to give this a try..thanks Manu

  2. Definitely making these!

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  4. Roos says:

    This is what I am going to make next week!!!! Yes

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  6. Sapphire Rose says:

    Can you make this with white chocolate instead of dark? The recipe works with semi sweet and milk chocolate mixes as well, but I wondered about the white version?

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  8. Akshay says:

    can we substitute the dark chocolate with normal milk chocolate????

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