26 Nov 2015

Chocolate Fudge

I've made this fudge twice before and loved it, so I have been waiting for a chance to make this again ever since. The first time I made this for my nieces along with this Marie Biscuit Chocolate Balls and both were loved by them! 

Chocolate Fudge

This fudge is not the authentic fudge but this tastes just the same and is much easy to make with very few ingredients. You can add pistachios and call it pistachio chocolate fudge or add cashews and call it cashew chocolate fudge. I added a mix of cashews, almonds and pistachios. Every body loved this and I might be making them again very soon!

Chocolate Fudge

Preparation time 20 mins | Setting time 3 hrs | Makes 25 squares

  • Dark chocolate - 350 gms
  • Condensed milk - 1 can (400 gms)
  • Butter - 1 tbsp
  • Nuts - 1 cup
  • Salt - a pinch
  • Coffee granules - 1/4 tsp
Chocolate Fudge

1. Grease and line an 8 inch square pan and set aside. Leave an over hang so that it's easy to remove the set chocolate from the pan.

2. Roughly chop the nuts and and toast them for a few seconds in a microwave or oven.
3. Chop the chocolate and add it to a bowl.

4. Add the condensed milk and butter. Melt this mixture in a saucepan or microwave until it is fully melted.
5. Add the salt and coffee and mix well. Or add when melting the chocolate itself. I forgot to add at that time.

6. Add the chopped nuts and mix well.
7. Pour the mixture into the greased pan and tap well. Refrigerate until it's set. It will take about 2-3 hours.

8. Once it's set, remove from the refrigerator and remove the set chocolate with the help of the over hang and cut into pieces.

Keep the pieces in an air tight box in the refrigerator. 

Chocolate Fudge

1. Adding coffee is optional, you can leave that out if you don't prefer.
2. You can use any kind of add ins. Any nuts, dried fruits, crushed biscuits, mini marshmallows can be used. 

Until next time,
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  1. Healthy and yummy chocolate fudges..... :)

  2. What a rich looking fudge ...Too good.

  3. love the addition of coffee... the fudge looks delicious...

  4. They look yumm ...Whats the shelflife for these

    1. If you keep it refrigerated, these will stay good for atleast 2-3 weeks or even longer!

  5. Would love to make some for my grandma who loves chocolates! Can they survive 12 hour journey in an airtight container without ac?

    1. If you live in a hot and humid place then it's best to keep these refrigerated. Otherwise, you can make these and gift it. I live in a hot place still I made these for my nieces who live 4 hours away and I told them to put it in the freezer as soon as they receive it and it will be fine again. You can do the same.
      If not, check out this Chocolate Oats Bars, you can keep these bars at room temperature http://www.fullscoops.net/2015/11/no-bake-3-ingredient-chocolate-oats-bars.html
      Hope this helps.

  6. Awesome ! Thanks for the reply. Shall keep u updated about my experiment :)


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