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Chocolate Fudge

Smitha Kalluraya
10 minutes
Prep Time
75 minutes
Cook Time
10 People
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ABOUT Chocolate Fudge RECIPE

Making Chocolate Fudge is so easy with just simple ingredients that we have in our pantry. I often make it at home as not only for kids but for us too its quiet addictive. A divine tasting dessert to satisfy your sweet carvings.These Chocolate Fudge with mixed nuts takes just 5 mins to make and the end product is something worth more than that. Delicious, smoothy ,chocolaty n just melt in mouth kind of ...

Recipe Tags

  • Egg-free
  • Medium
  • Kids Recipes
  • American
  • Simmering
  • Roasting
  • Chilling
  • Dessert
  • Gluten Free

Ingredients Serving: 10

  1. Dark compound chocolate - 350 gms / 2 cups
  2. Condensed milk - about 225 gms / 3/4 cup
  3. butter - 30 gms / 2 tbsp
  4. Mixed Nuts - as much as you wish (I have used cashews, almonds and pista)


  1. Dry roast the nuts till they are a bit aromatic. Allow them to cool. Chop nuts to small pieces.
  2. Cut dark chocolate into small pieces or chunks so that they melt easily.
  3. Prepare a dish for the fudge by placing a parchment paper or aluminum foil. This way chocolate will come out easily once it solidifies.
  4. Take condensed milk, chocolate pieces and butter in a wide vessel and melt them using a double boiler method.
  5. Now from the heat of the inner saucepan chocolate gets melted. Mix well. You will notice that the mixture has become silky.
  6. Once the chocolate is completely melted, remove the chocolate container from the hot water and add chopped nuts. Mix well for 1-2 minutes.
  7. Next pour the chocolate into a aluminum tray or the prepared dish. Tap and smoothen the upper surface.
  8. Keep aside the dish in fridge to set for about 3-5 hours. If you are in a hurry you can keep in the freezer too.
  9. Once set, slowly demould the fudge. If you observe the picture, you can see how neatly it has come out from the paper without sticking.
  10. Cut the fudge to small pieces. Wrap each fudge pieces in small plastic or parchment paper (This way they do not stick to one another). Store in an airtight container in the fridge.

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Neha malgani
Neha malgani   Jan-12-2018

Can be made from white compound also?

Muhisina Sajeer
Muhisina Sajeer   Dec-01-2017

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