…It’s time for an easy chocolate recipe!
This is the easiest fudge recipe I’ve ever whipped up and it tasted amazing. Perfectly rich in every way.
It’s essential to have a tall glass of ice-cold milk to accompany it, though. But, I think the perfect thing about it, is that a tiny piece satisfies even a tremendous chocolate craving.
Requirement: It’s a must that you decorate the top with some sprinkles. It just makes it fun! Feel free to customize them for whatever occasion you’re whipping the fudge up for. 😉
What’s your favorite go-to chocolate craving quencher???
Easy Dark Chocolate Fudge
adapted from Taste & See That the Lord is Good: A Collection of Recipes by Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church
- 3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 (14 ounce) can fat free sweetened condensed milk
- 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 1/2-1 cup chopped pecans (optional)
- In a saucepan over low heat, melt the chocolate chips and milk.
- Remove from heat, stir in the vanilla (and nuts).
- Spread evenly onto a parchement paper lined 8″ x 8″ pan.
- Chill until set (about 2 hours).
- Remove fudge and cut into squares.
Sooo tasty and creamy looking! Yum!
Umm in pretty sure I can do this with a newborn in the house – excellent!! Thanks for sharing this looks amazing. Might have to whip some up this weekend!
Homemade fudge is the best! I just posted my milk chocolate fudge today, but I really need to try it with dark chocolate too.
I love how simple this is! And that there’s no cooking involved because it’s already too hot to turn on the oven. I have to get up early if I want to bake. And you’re right about the sprinkles. It makes the fudge look way more interesting. 🙂
I love that this fudge recipe doesn’t require a candy thermometer!
This is easy and looks delicious!
Mmm, this looks perfectly rich and decadent. Aaand I think it totally says “Make me for Memorial Day weekend,” right?? 🙂
awesome caroline! I just pinned and tweeted it for you
Your photos are so beautiful and this fudge has me drooling at 6:43 am, lol! xoxo
Easy and so delicious!!! I love chocolate!
looks great + i love how easy it is!
i love how easy it is! i can see myself whipping up a few batches of these just to keep in the freezer and bringing them out when i have company or when i need a chocolate pick me up!!
Fudge is the best. Easy fudge is ever better (the bestest?) Love this Caroline!
These are so perfect. I will never turn down dark chocolate. I think I would sprinkle mine with sea salt!
Mmmm! I rarely make fudge, but when I do I want it to be a simple recipe like this. Looks delicious!
I looove fudge but seem to only ever have it around the holidays.
It seems that this week is fudge week 🙂 love the simplicity of this……just like mine 🙂
I love fudge, but so many recipes seem temperamental. This sounds easy and yummy!
This is so simple…and potentially dangerous! Love it 🙂
Thanks for sharing this recipe because I could not stop drooling over these and had to make it! It turned out amazing @ http://www.foodpleasureandhealth.com/2012/05/fudge-friday.html
Really easy! I am such a chocolate addict! Will definitely try this one!
That is a really simple easy recipe. Looks rich and creamy…
Oh this looks fabulous! I have seen similar recipes floating around in Nov & Dec pre-Xmas but now you have me wanting fudge in May!
This is my family’s fudge recipe. We’ve been making it this way for years.
On Christmas morning we always have some for breakfast.
What a simple and tasty recipe! I love fudge so much. And I have all those ingredients on hand. Excellent 🙂
This fudge would definitely fulfill my chocolate cravings =)