Three Minute Fudge


Good morning, folks!

I wanted to share a recipe for three minute fudge that I found the other day. Quick and easy, very tasty!


1 can sweetened condensed milk

2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips

You’ll need a square pan. Line it with parchment paper. Then grab a microwaveable bowl, and put the milk and chocolate chips in it. Do not mix! Put in the microwave for one minute. Take out and let sit for one minute (I didn’t do that, I was impatient). Stir the ingredients together until smooth. If the chocolate isn’t completely melted, then put the bowl back in the microwave for 15 seconds. Stir until smooth. I added walnuts to mine (you don’t have to). Pour into the pan and smooth it out. I folded mine in half to make the fudge a bit thicker. Otherwise, you’ll have thin pieces. Again,  you don’t have to do this. Put in the fridge for one hour, then slice and dice to your heart’s delight!

Store in an airtight container!

Enjoy! (sorry the photo looks funky!)


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