Condensed Milk Fudge


Festive season is here! Spirits are high !! Will is strong to make something sweet for my family but not enough time on hand. Is that your life story too? Don’t you worry my Condensed Milk fudge comes to the rescue in such situation. Only 3 main ingredients and 5 minutes is all you need to make an easy dessert . And the possibilities are endless. No stove top cooking required for making this fudge . Just one bowl and a simple microwave does the trick. I promise that this fudge is as rich and delicious as the traditional fudge recipes.


Traditionally the old-fashioned fudge is made by stirring in milk, sometimes evaporated milk , chocolate / cocoa , sugar flavoring in a sauce pan. Cooking it on a low flame . This method requires constant stirring so that the mixture doesn’t burn and avoid crystallization of sugar It also requires to cook the fudge mixture to a certain temperature. Hence you will require a candy thermometer as well to make old-fashioned fudge. Some recipes even use marshmallow cream to make fudge.

Good new is that Condensed milk fudge requires only 3 main ingredients for the base.

t really just comes down to –

  • Sweetened Condensed milk
  • Choice of chocolate ( white , semi-sweet  or dark)
  • Flavoring of your choice

No thermometer or pro candy making skills needed here. Fudge can be done in a microwave or on a double boiler within minutes. No constant stirring required to make fudge using condensed milk.


400g tin condensed milk 450g brown sugar 150ml milk
115g butter

How to make it :

Grease and line a 20cm square baking tin. Heat together the milk, condensed milk, butter and sugar over a low heat in a non-stick saucepan for 10-15 minutes, scraping the bottom of the pan often, until the mixture forms a soft ball when dropped into a glass of cold water. Once the mixture reaches this stage, remove it from the heat and beat it for ten minutes until it becomes thick and grainy. Pour it into the baking tin and leave it to cool completely before serving. Once the fudge is cooled, either cut it into small squares or break it apart with your hands. This recipe will yield around 20 portions of fudge.


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