Recipe by all_for_fun101
"Easy-to-make-and-tastes-amazing fudge, but that's a pretty long title so we just call it 3-Minute Fudge. It's only 3 minutes to cook and 3 ingredients! Great to cut up and put in ice cream."
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sweetened condensed milk
1 (12 ounce) bag
semisweet chocolate chips
1 (1 ounce) square
semisweet baking chocolate, chopped
Spoiler Alert: This takes longer than three minutes. ;)
If you're pressed for time, can't find or don't have a candy thermometer, it's a great no-fail fudge recipe to have on hand. I've been making a version of this for years with excellent results.
You don't have to stick to just chocolate either - this will work with any "chip" flavor you have. Today I made peanut butter and dark chocolate, and I was about to make a pan of white chocolate when disaster struck and I dropped my last can of condensed milk on the floor. Bummer. That must have been the Universe intervening to save my poor thighs!
If you want this to feel extra fancy, use a higher quality chocolate chip, like Ghiradelli to give a better depth of flavor. You can also top with chopped nuts, festive candies or sprinkles, or some unmelted chocolate chips. Get creative.
ProTip: Skip the step where you grease the pan. Just line with a single piece of aluminum foil instead (grease it with cooking spray if you want this to be extra simple.) and when it's time to serve the fudge, just lift the entire thing out of the pan, peel off the foil and cut into squares. Voila! Clean up is easier now too.
I skip the 1 oz square and just use extra chips.
Remember to work quickly once you've removed your mixture from the microwave. It's going to thicken up & get ooey-gooey very fast, so you need to get it smooth & spread it into the pan immediately.
The last thing I've found is that this fudge does best when kept in the fridge.
Need to add some fluff to mellow out semi chips..
I would add a pinch of salt to this.
Very good! I have made many times. You can add walnuts,
peanuts and even add mini peanut butter cups to the mixture right
before pouring fudge into pan!! I am going to add some
chopped candy canes to the fudge I make for Christmas.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/35 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 35
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 35
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