Amazingly Easy Chocolate Fudge Recipe is not tested
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created: 2013/09/29 changed: 2014/06/16

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Amazingly Easy Chocolate Fudge

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Ingredients

ingredients
  • 2 Blocks Chocolate
  • 1 can Condensed milk.
  • 65 grams Butter
  • 6
    10min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Break chocolate up and mill at speed 9 for 10 seconds- set aside

  2. 2. Put condensed milk and butter intoi TM bowl and melt 5 mins,100 degree, speed 3, or until combined.

  3. 3. Add milled chocolate, speed 4, 80 degrees, approx 3 mins, or until melted and combined.

  4. 4. Pour into lined tin( 25cm x 15) and refridgerate for 3 hrs

  5. 5. Store in the fridge

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Tip

I use 1 block of Milk Chocolate and 1 dark chocolate- it is beautiful


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  • Love this one
    Submitted by Newbienanna on 20. March 2017 - 15:08.

    Love this one

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  • So total 440g of chocolate?
    Submitted by MolyG on 11. April 2016 - 16:30.

    So total 440g of chocolate?

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  • Fantastic!!   Loved it.
    Submitted by danirose15 on 11. January 2016 - 13:42.

    Fantastic!!

     

    Loved it.

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  • Oh my gosh. Delishious. a
    Submitted by Woodbury85 on 8. December 2015 - 07:53.

    Oh my gosh. Delishious.

    a little soft for hubbies liking, but I loved it.

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  • So easy and delicious, thank
    Submitted by samtren on 26. October 2015 - 13:51.

    So easy and delicious, thank you.  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Can you double the batch??
    Submitted by Kpear7 on 27. August 2015 - 20:06.

    Can you double the batch?? How would this affect cooking time? 

    Thanks 

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  • Wow, YUM YUM YUM! This was
    Submitted by kkap on 7. August 2015 - 21:03.

    Wow, YUM YUM YUM!

    This was ridiculously easy, but very addictive. I used a large bar (400g) of toblerone, plus a 39g Cadbury twirl, as that's what I had in my cupboard. The result is incredibly smooth, rich and delicious, I can't wait to experiment with different chocolates. Thanks so much for posting this recipe!

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  • Hi Terri, If you were making
    Submitted by SharonA on 2. August 2015 - 10:36.

    Hi Terri, If you were making this for a party I would only put out a little bit at a time because it will go soft if out of the fridge for too long. 

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  • This is the best!
    Submitted by Matt_Mandy_Nico on 20. June 2015 - 14:18.

    This is the best!

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  • So easy and delicious 
    Submitted by belj23 on 4. February 2015 - 18:14.

    So easy and delicious  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Devine!   I've used dark
    Submitted by Sarsy on 14. December 2014 - 13:04.

    Devine!  

    I've used dark chocolate and almond aswell as dark chocolate, almond and ginger and both have been great!

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  • Was thinking of making this
    Submitted by terri_78 on 8. December 2014 - 10:18.

    Was thinking of making this for the kids class parties this week but it would be out of the fridge for a few hours. Would that be ok or will it melt? TIA

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  • Amazing! make sure that you
    Submitted by ThermoHow on 26. September 2014 - 16:18.

    Amazing! make sure that you use two 220g block though (so 440 grams chocolate in total), I bought some chocolate that was only 200gram blocks and it didn't set so well. 

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  • So easy and so yummy
    Submitted by madezignz on 15. September 2014 - 09:52.

    So easy and so yummy tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Only took a few minutes to
    Submitted by JodieTamblyn on 6. September 2014 - 14:27.

    Only took a few minutes to make and is smooth and beautiful. Perfect for Father's Day tomorrow. 

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  • Just heavenly.  So smooth and
    Submitted by superquilter55 on 5. September 2014 - 17:20.

    Just heavenly.  So smooth and silky.  Decadent.  Very easy. Worth the two blocks of Dairy Milk chocolate. 

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  • Absolutely love this fudge
    Submitted by sleepingd on 27. August 2014 - 13:28.

    Absolutely love this fudge recipe. I tried quite a few different ones that always turned out grainy/sugary and just awful. This recipe is delicious and smooth. I make it with lindt chocolate and it has been a hit every time. Thank you so much!

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  • Wanted to make fudge to have
    Submitted by PinkSwan on 27. July 2014 - 00:44.

    Wanted to make fudge to have as a sweet treat for a family gathiering and choose this one largely based on previous reviews.

    Certainly very easy to make, and the kids certainly loved it, but I would describe the result as simply softened dairy milk chocolate so much more than fudge.

    However it was happily gobbled up by all sweet toothed members of the family.

    Just unsure if I would make again if looking for a more tradinional style fudge.

     

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  • Literally a very easy &
    Submitted by Jandog cookn on 9. July 2014 - 08:27.

    Literally a very easy & fail-safe recipe........... as long as you refrigerate after it is cooled. Overnight preferably. I put a mix of dried fruit sprinkled on top - plums/cherrys/cranberries & shards of white chocolate. It looks amazing and everyone loves it. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Made it. Loved it. Now to add
    Submitted by Chelle M on 3. July 2014 - 20:06.

    Made it. Loved it. Now to add Cointreau!  tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks for the recipe!

    Chelle

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  • Yummy! Will definitely be
    Submitted by Miss_Kt on 3. July 2014 - 19:32.

    Yummy! Will definitely be making this fudge again  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I got distracted while
    Submitted by Vonny on 2. July 2014 - 21:56.

    I got distracted while putting it together and ended up mixing everything together but it still seemed to work. I used a mix of dark and white chocolate. I also used the homemade condensed milk. Next time I'll use good quality chocolate rather than the cooking choc which I'm sure will give an even better taste. Great easy recipe!

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  • First time making fuge and
    Submitted by AmberJones on 28. June 2014 - 18:08.

    Cooking 7 First time making fuge and yummo! 

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  • So tasty & easy.  I used left
    Submitted by PeppaPig on 22. June 2014 - 08:18.

    So tasty & easy.  I used left over Easter eggs (about 400g) instead of chocolate blocks.

    Going to make this again today with thermo made condensed milk and add some nuts at the end  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Family LOVES this! I crushed
    Submitted by BozzyMum on 21. June 2014 - 00:07.

    Family LOVES this! I crushed up some blanched almonds and added them to one batch!! SO SO GOOD!

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  • sounds delish! what size can
    Submitted by tanschroeders on 20. June 2014 - 19:16.

    sounds delish! what size can of condensed milk do you use? thanks

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  • Decadant and easy!!  Yum   
    Submitted by Domestic.Goddess on 19. June 2014 - 15:30.

    Decadant and easy!!  Yum  Love

     

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  • Just made this.. Husband was
    Submitted by JosieD23 on 18. June 2014 - 19:27.

    Just made this.. Husband was upset that 2 blocks of chocolate disappeared lol but is excited about the fudge.. I asked him if he wants me to set his alarm! Lol the mixutre tastes great! 

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  • Have been making it with
    Submitted by thermotrude on 17. June 2014 - 08:34.

    Have been making it with white chocolate. Very morish. Had some sitting on plate by itself.....husband come along picked up and said gee this funny tasting cheese. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • QUESTION:  What size block
    Submitted by COZZI on 16. June 2014 - 19:14.

    QUESTION:  What size block did you use? How many grams?

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  • This sounds good, it's like
    Submitted by Greywing56 on 16. June 2014 - 16:47.

    This sounds good, it's like the fudge I make but I have difficulty using dark choc because it's really thick & hard.  I have been grating the choc, then adding the condensed milk (and not using butter, only 1 tbsp coconut oil) and it's still a very hard fudge, especially in winter.  I think adding the butter will make it smoother and easier to work with (I always add nuts or sweets to mine and sell in my sweet shop).  This method should make it a whole lot easier to make the dark choc fudges, especially heating the milk & butter first then adding the grated choc - definitely going to try this next time I do a batch of dark choc.  Oh, and try adding up to 150g chopped cherry ripe bars, or chopped Nestle White Knight bars, or nuts etc. Your only limit is your imagination so go wild, I do tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • Yummy! So easy and so tasty. 
    Submitted by KayeNorth on 30. March 2014 - 14:29.

    Yummy! So easy and so tasty. 

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  • Made this for some
    Submitted by thermiekailyn on 15. January 2014 - 18:36.

    Made this for some contractors doing work at the house... I didn't think I'd get rid of them! 

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  • I got a few OMG's this is
    Submitted by becca1605 on 26. December 2013 - 10:20.

    I got a few OMG's this is awesome when I served this up on Christmas Day. 

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  • First time making fudge and
    Submitted by dgjrich on 9. November 2013 - 09:58.

    First time making fudge and huge hit.  Described as "like the inside of a Lindt chocolate!"

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  • I made the condensed milk see
    Submitted by tmwr on 7. November 2013 - 19:28.

    I made the condensed milk see the following link:

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/recipes/condensed-milk/90971

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  • I have used cooking or normal
    Submitted by Renate Lazarus on 4. October 2013 - 21:24.

    I have used cooking or normal chocolate- 200gs per block. I'm sure white chocolate would work well also. Maybe mix through at the end so you get streaks

    Renate

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  •   I would like to try this
    Submitted by Panoukla on 30. September 2013 - 12:30.

      tmrc_emoticons.) I would like to try this to sell at a school fundraiser. Does the chocolate have to be a cooking variety and what size blocks did you use. I take it that white chocolate could also be substituted? Will try using the caramel  condensed milk for another flavour as well.  A few test runs may be on the cards.....oh well someone has to be the guinea pig!  tmrc_emoticons.;) lol.

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  • Easy!!!
    Submitted by Renate Lazarus on 29. September 2013 - 20:58.

    Easy!!!

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  • :)
    Submitted by Renate Lazarus on 29. September 2013 - 20:57.

    tmrc_emoticons.;) tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

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