Simply add chocolate to condensed milk, chill, and you have an extremely awesome fudge! And the dairy-free version is as good, if not better!
Ever wanted to make fudge, and eat it yourself, or give it away as gifts, but didn’t want to have to deal with candy thermometers and the like? Well, here’s the recipe for you. You absolutely cannot screw this one up! And the end product? Can I just say that every time I’ve made this, the minimum pieces I’ve eaten is about 10! This is just sooo good!
And if you are lactose intolerant, have no fear! Simply use dairy-free chocolate and sweetened condensed coconut milk and your tastebuds can also join the party. No one will ever tell the difference!
In the photo above, the milk chocolate fudge is dairy free with almonds and coconut, kind of like a rocky road fudge, and the white chocolate fudge has cranberries and pistachios, for more of a Christmas feel. But add whatever you wish and devour at will!
- 500g cooking chocolate (either milk or white)
- 13.5 oz tin condensed milk
- 1 tsp vanilla
- Melt chocolate and condensed milk together in either a double boiler or a bowl on top of boiling water.
- Once combined well, add vanilla.
- Pour into prepared pan and chill for at least 2-3 hours.
- You can add multiple things to this fudge - eg any type of dried fruit, nuts, rice krispies, etc. Very yummy and very more-ish!