The easiest fudge you will ever make! Three ingredients and a microwave…plus some amazing toffee added to the fudge, to make the fudge even yummier! I like to call this “cheater fudge” since in my mind, “real” fudge is made how my mom makes it every Christmas (evaporated milk, sugar, chocolate, butter and a candy thermometer). But sometimes you just want fudge and you want it now! And this fudge can literally be made in mere minutes.
I know what you are thinking….fudge? We are still months away from Christmas! But to me, fudge is good all year round. I made this fudge to bring into work because the candy dish in the patrol captains office was depleted, as was Kara’s “secret” candy stash, and those of us in the Operations Building were in desperate need of sugar.
Remember when B. toffee sent me all that yummy toffee awhile back?? I used it to make Toffee Chunk Cookies and Toffee Caramel No Churn Ice Cream. And boy were those cookies and that ice cream yummy…especially when I turned them into ice cream sandwiches. Best. Decision. Ever. Well….Betsy, the owner of B. toffee, surprised me by sending me another package of her yummy toffee to make a few more recipes out of! Yay!!
So why not take toffee and add it to fudge? Candy in candy! How can that ever be a bad idea???
Chocolate Toffee Chunk FudgePrint Recipe
- 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (I used Ballard Extracts Chocolate Extract)
- 1-1/2 cups toffee chunks, divided (I used one 8-ounce package milk chocolate B. toffee)
Line a baking dish with foil and spray bottom and sides with baking spray. I used an 8x11.5-inch baking pan, but a 9x13-inch pan can be used too. You can use any size pan you want, depending on the thickness you want your fudge. Set prepared pan aside.
In a microwave-safe bowl, add the chocolate chips and entire can of sweetened condensed milk. Microwave the ingredients for approximately one minute, stopping every 10-seconds to stir the mixture. Only microwave the ingredients until the chocolate chips have melted.
Remove the bowl from the microwave and stir in the vanilla extract. Add one cup of toffee chunks to the fudge and stir until incorporated.
Dump fudge out into prepared pan and smooth until fudge is level. Sprinkle the remaining half cup of toffee chunks over the top of the fudge and gently push the toffee into the fudge. Let fudge set and cool. Cover and store fudge in the refrigerator.
Store fudge in an airtight container. Your preference on whether you want to store the fudge in the refrigerator or at room temperature.
Toffee throughout the fudge and then generously sprinkled on top!
What’s your favorite kind of fudge?? What would you add to your chocolate fudge? I definitely recommend buying some B. toffee to throw in there! Yum!!
PS—I have linked this recipe up at Candy Plan Monday!!! Click HERE to check out all the yummy candy recipes!