Easy No Fail Chocolate Fudge

Lately, I have been hungry for chocolate fudge. So, yesterday I made a batch of fudge. I had one piece that satisfied my hunger and now have a boatload to gift to others. My recipe is for No-Fail Fudge and is easy and fun to make.

This is not a picture of my fudge because I didn't take a photo, but it looks exactly like this picture (from Pixabay.com)

Easy No Fail Chocolate Fudge

In a LARGE bowl mix:

8 oz. of milk chocolate chips

12 oz. of semi-sweet chocolate chips

7 oz. jar of marshmallow cream

In a LARGE saucepan, cook:

4 1/2 cups granulated sugar

1/4 lb. (1 stick) butter

Large can of evaporated milk

Bring the ingredients in the saucepan to a rolling boil (Important: set a timer for 5 minutes, stirring constantly).

After cooking at a rolling boil for 5 minutes, pour mixture into bowl with the chocolate chips and marshmallow cream. Add 2 teaspoons of vanilla and mix until smooth. Add 1-2 cups of pecans (I used walnuts because that is what I had on hand). Stir to incorporate the nuts in with the chocolate candy mix.

Pour chocolate candy mix onto a LARGE buttered cookie sheet. Refrigerate and cut into 1″ X 1″ squares.

Makes 5 lbs. of fudge.


49 thoughts on “Easy No Fail Chocolate Fudge

  1. Sounds good. I have one I use that is great also and has canned milk, chocolate chips and whatever else you want to add nuts, cherries, etc. I will have to try this one.

  2. That looks delicious. My parents are coming up for Christmas and they love fudge I might have to try this. When you say large evaporated milk do you know how many ounces? It sounds pretty easy to do…I like easy!! πŸ˜‰

    • Large evaporated milk is 12 oz. And be sure to pour it into a LARGE buttered cookie sheet once it is all mixed together. I poured mine into a medium size cookie sheet and it made it a little too thick. It is really creamy and smooth fudge and that is what I love about it.

  3. So tempting and irresistible! can’t wait to get down to work. Need to buy the supplies quickly! πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing the recipe! πŸ™‚

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