This Three Ingredient Maltesers Fudge is the ULTIMATE fudge for all the Maltesers fans out there – and I’m pretty sure there are a few of you!
I’ve been wanting to remake my Chocolate and Maltesers Fudge for awhile now, as I wanted to give it a try using milk chocolate instead of dark chocolate and have the Maltesers sprinkled through the fudge instead of just on the top.
To say I was happy with how this Three Ingredient Fudge turned out is a massive understatement! The milk chocolate fudge is MUCH better than the dark chocolate fudge in my opinion and I loved the how the Maltesers were found throughout the fudge. Everyone in our house loved it too and I even caught my husband eating a slice before he went to work – at 5.30 in the morning!
With Easter not to far away now (eek, I know!), I’m planning to make a few batches of this Three Ingredient Maltesers Fudge as gifts for the boys teachers.
Tips for Making 3 Ingredient Maltesers Fudge
- Please make sure you use good quality milk chocolate, don’t use chocolate melts or similar.
- Some brands of sweetened condensed milk can make the fudge set ‘softer’ I use Nestle Sweetened Condensed Milk
- If possible, allow this fudge to set overnight in the fridge.
- While the chocolate and condensed milk are cooking, set up your workspace with your baking tin and the Maltesers, as you need to work quickly with this recipe.
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Three Ingredient Maltesers Fudge
- 300 grams Maltesers You will need two packs
- 400 grams milk chocolate
- 395 g sweetened condensed milk 1 tin
- Line a 20cm square cake tin with baking paper – it's important to make sure you leave plenty of paper hanging over the sides to help you remove the fudge once it has set.
- Set aside approximately ½ cup of Maltesers.
- Pour the condensed milk into a medium saucepan over low heat and add the milk chocolate (which has been broken into squares) and stir regularly while cooking for approximately 5 minutes until the chocolate has melted and the ingredients have combined.
- Remove the saucepan from the heat and add the rest of the Maltesers and carefully but quickly stir the fudge mixture. Sprinkle the Maltesers you set aside earlier over the top of the fudge.
- 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.
Three Ingredient Maltesers Fudge
- Line a 20cm square cake tin with baking paper (making sure you leave plenty of paper hanging over the sides to help you remove it once set) and set aside.
- Set aside approximately ½ a cup of Maltesers.
- 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.
- Add the rest of the Maltesers and mix for 15 seconds on reverse, speed 2.
- Working quickly, pour the fudge into the prepared pan and sprinkle the Maltesers you set aside earlier over the top and place in the fridge for 6 hours (preferably overnight) to set.
- Remove fudge from the fridge and cut into small pieces.
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Hi Laurencould i make this in the micro?
Hi Margaret, yes you sure can x
Do you smash the maltesers before you mix with other ingredients
Hi Leesa, I don’t usually, however you certainly can if you prefer.
Can you freeze this recipe?
Hi Susan, I haven’t tried to freeze this recipe before but I don’t think it would defrost very well I’m sorry.
I made this tastes fab. It is a soft fudge but lovely. The only thing I found is the maltesers weren’t crunchy the day after I made it..…
I am so happy with how this turned out! It took hardly any time to make and tastes amazing! I 100% recommend this recipe!! Thank you xo
Could u break down the ingredients, into cups or whatever, instead of g.. Please?
I dont understand g.
Hi Kathy, 400g of milk chocolate is 2 blocks (200g each), 1 tin of condensed milk (which is 400g) and it’s a large pack of Maltesers (500g).
I hope that helps 🙂
This looks lovely, how long will it keep for?
Hi Donna, to be honest it’s never lasted more than a week in our fridge before it’s all been eaten!
Wow! I love Maltesers, once I start I can’t stop, probably couldn’t be trusted with this!It looks amazing!
Tania @ The Gammon Kitchen
It’s hard to stop at just one – or 10!!
Bronnie - Maid In Australia
Oh my gosh! I am going to have to make this for my kids. They love Maltesers!
They sure will!
Your original recipe is one of my faves of yours. .. I’m not sure how it could be improved but it looks like you’ve managed to make it even better. Must go buy the ingredients!! Xx
Oh thanks so much Shannon!