All you need is TWO ingredients to make this easy Chocolate Fudge Recipe! This easy fudge recipe takes less than 15 minutes to prepare and then all you need to do is let the fudge set overnight in the fridge before cutting into slice to enjoy. Both regular and Thermomix instructions included.
It’s no secret that I LOVE Fudge recipes, and I promise they really don’t get any easier than this 2 Ingredient easy Chocolate Fudge recipe. This is the recipe that I use as the basis for most of my Fudge recipes including Mars Bar Fudge, Maltesers Fudge and Clinkers Fudge.
Why you will love this recipe:
- * Quick to prepare – this fudge takes around 15 minutes to make.
- * TWO ingredients – you will need just two easy ingredients to make this recipe.
- * Make ahead – this fudge can be made up to one week in advance and stored in an airtight container in the fridge.
- * Versatile – you can add you favourite chocolate bars to this recipe.
Easy Chocolate Fudge Ingredients:
Please note you will find full list of instructions and ingredients in the recipe card below.
To make this recipe, you will need:
- * Good quality Milk Chocolate – I use wither Cadbury or Lindt chocolate for this recipe.
- * Sweetened Condensed Milk:
How to Make 2 Ingredient Chocolate Fudge:
- Line a 20cm square dish with baking paper.
- Break the chocolate into squares and place into a saucepan/thermomix with the sweetened condensed milk and cook until thick and creamy.
3. Transfer the mixture to prepared baking tin and place into the fridge to set.
4. Once set, cut into pieces.
Tips for Making Chocolate Fudge:
- * When purchasing your ingredients, I really do recommend that you use a good quality milk chocolate.
- * Make sure that you pick up a tin of sweetened condensed and not evaporated milk as this will make a HUGE difference to your end result.
- * You can use a different size baking dish to set your fudge in, however you will get thinner/thicker pieces.
- * I also suggest that where possible you leave this Fudge to set overnight, as if you try and cut it after a few hours, it may not be quite set.
You can add pretty much anything to this fudge recipe, some of my favourites include:
- Chocolate and Malteser Fudge
- Three Ingredient Mars Bar Fudge
- Three Ingredient No Bake Clinkers Fudge Recipe
- 3 Ingredient Caramel Easter Egg Fudge
- Chocolate and Coconut Fudge
Feel free to experiment with all kinds of fillings in this fudge, I’d love to hear what your favourites are!
More easy recipes:
- Mars Bar Slice | 5 Ingredient No Bake Slice
- Easy Caramel Fudge Recipe
- Easy Chocolate Slice | A Classic Slice Recipe
- Classic Caramel Date Slice Recipe
- Rice Bubbles and Honey Slice | Easy No Bake Recipe
- No Bake Passionfruit Slice | The Best Recipe!
- Simple Chocolate Cake Recipe
Easy Chocolate Fudge Recipe
- 1 x 20 cm square cake tin
- 1 x Saucepan or Thermomix
- 440 grams milk chocolate
- 395 grams sweetened condensed milk
- Line a 20cm square cake tin with baking paper – it’s important to make sure that you leave plenty of paper hanging over the sides to help you remove the chocolate fudge once it has set.
- Pour the condensed milk into a medium saucepan over low heat and add the milk chocolate – which has been broken into squares.
- Stir regularly until the chocolate has melted and the ingredients have combined – around 8 – 10 minutes.
- Remove the saucepan from the heat and pour the fudge into the prepared tin and place in the fridge for a minimum of 6 hours (preferably overnight) to set.
- Remove the set fudge from the fridge and cut into squares.
- Break the milk chocolate into pieces and place in the Thermomix bowl.
- Add the condensed milk and cook for 10 minutes, 100 degrees on speed 3.
- Working quickly, pour the fudge into the prepared pan and place in the fridge for 6 hours (preferably overnight) to set.
- Remove fudge from the fridge and cut into small pieces.
- When purchasing your ingredients, I really do recommend that you use a good quality milk chocolate.
- Make sure that you pick up a tin of sweetened condensed and not evaporated milk as this will make a HUGE difference to your end result.
- You can use a different size baking dish to set your fudge in, however you will get thinner/thicker pieces.
- I also suggest that where possible you leave this Fudge to set overnight, as if you try and cut it after a few hours, it may not be quite set.
I simply can’t wait for next shopping day and will purchase requirements to make these yummy choci fudges. Can’t wait
Unfortunately mine has not set after 24hrs. More of a Nutella consistency so won’t be totally wasted! Maybe I should choose better quality milk choc instead of home brand chocolate chips.
Hi Victoria, I’m sorry your fudge didn’t turn out. I also reccomend using a good quality chocolate as chocolate chips won’t give you the same results xx
Any ideas for a non-chocolate easy fudge? I’m a migraine sufferer
Hi Sarah, I’m sorry but I don’t know of any simple non chocolate fudge recipes, I’ve only ever made it with chocolate. Sorry I can’t be of more help x
Lucy @ Bake Play Smile
I should NOT be reading this late at night!!!! How cool and so easy too! Yum!
Haha, probably not the best idea!
Lisa @ Chocolate Meets Strawberry
It doesn’t get much better than two ingredients! I could seriously go for a square of this right now, Lauren!! 😀
Vicki @ Knocked Up & Abroad
Ah man, it looks so good and EASY! Wow. Why do I read these posts at breakfast time? It makes my weetbix look not so appealing!
Haha, if only it was acceptable to each chocolate fudge for breakfast!
Dark chocolate with mint – either mint essence, crushed Crown Mints or, my favourite, crushed Peppermint Crip bars! Milk choc with crushed honeycomb.(I always put about 30g butter in my fudge.)
Ooh they sound so good! I love the idea of crushed honeycomb too.
Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid
Two ingredient fudge? Too easy! I’m going to be all over this – you know how I feel about fudge!
Well you are the fudge Queen!