One of the best things about Christmas surely has to be the food.

This fudge like creation has become a regular feature in my December kitchen.

It is eye wateringly simple!

I often pop a few pieces in a bag with a pretty ribbon and gift it.

Now it isn’t actually fudge in the true sense of the word, in fact I would argue because we are not using tons of sugar, just a tin of condensed milk, with dark chocolate, it is almost a healthy option, isn’t it?

Go on give it ago, get older children to join in.


350g Dark Choco;ate

1 tin of condensed milk

30g Butter

Whatever else you want to add -see end for inspiration

Step 1


Add all the ingredients into the pan together.

Step 2


Gently stir on a low heat until everything is melted and combined.

At this point you add whatever you want, then give it a good stir.

Step 3


Pour the mixture into any foil lined dish.

Pop it into the fridge to set.

Step 4


Cut it into pieces, any size you fancy.

I then pop it in a plastic container into the freezer.

It doesn’t actually freeze and can be eaten straight from the freezer.



Vanilla Extract


Pistachio nuts

Brazil nuts

A few dashes of rum and raisins

The possibilities are endless!


Have a lovely day!

36 thoughts on “Fudge!

  1. I dreamt abut fudge last night and woke up with a plan to make chocolate orange fudge as a gift. Then I saw this – brilliant. I’ll be adding orange zest and orange liqueur. Thanks for sharing Lisa.

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  2. So simple and so lovely to give as a gift! I made some white chocolate and cranberry fudge last Christmas for presents – couldn’t believe how easy it was and how well it turned out. Will def give this a go!

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  3. Gawd — this looks AMAZING!!! I bloody love fudge — but it literally sticks to my hips and bottom and I can put on weight just breathing in the lovely aroma!!!! There’s a huge part of me that wants to make this — but it would be far too dangerous!! 😉 Thanks so much linking up with us 🙂 #HomeEtc


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