This Easy Chocolate Fudge Recipe is made with chocolate chips, white chocolate, Irish cream liquor, and sweetened condensed milk. This is a no fail non-cook fudge recipe that is warmed on the stove only long enough to melt the chocolate chips.
This Chocolate Fudge recipe is so simple it can be made in just minutes with about 1 hour of chilling time. It stores great in the fridge and has a great fudgy texture. It is great for adding to holiday treat platters or to set out on the sweet table for any holiday gathering.
Candy making is not always easy to do and I am one who has been candy challenged in the past, especially with fudge. For years I tried to make boiled fudge and always failed. I think what changed was I actually learned how to have patience. Once I did that, my fudge turned out every single time.
However, before I perfected boiled fudge, I would make this never fail, easy chocolate fudge. The chocolate chips help the fudge to set and when kept refrigerated the fudge stays nice and firm. I haven’t tried leaving it out and don’t recommend it as it would likely soften some.
What You Need To Make Easy Chocolate Fudge
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