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How to make chocolate fudge without much fuss

Updated on August 31, 2016

How to make chocolate fudge without much fuss? Here is simple and easy to make chocolate fudge. No fuss. No mess.

4.3 stars from 3 ratings of Zana Chocolate Fudge


  • 500 grams Plain Chocolate, broken into pieces
  • 75 grams Unsalted Butter
  • 400 grams Condensed Milk, canned
  • half tsp Vanilla Essence


Take a container - preferably a cake tin large enough to hold half kilogram of Chocolate fudge. Brush and greased the container with melted butter and keep aside.

Break 500 grams of plain chocolate into small pieces.


  1. Put the plain chocolate pieces into a saucepan. Add about 75 grams of unsalted butter and 400 grams of canned condensed milk.
  2. Heat gently, stirring the content of the saucepan. Heat till the chocolate and butter starts to melts. DO NOT allow the mixture to boil.
  3. Remove from the heat. Add vanilla essence half tsp and beat the mixture for a few minutes.
  4. Pour the mixture into the prepared greased cake tin. Smoothen the top layer and allow to cool
  5. Keep the cake tin with the mixture in refrigerator to chill. DO NOT FREEZE.
  6. When the chocolate fudge turns firm, remove from refrigerator. Remove the chocolate fudge from the container (cake tin) into a chopping board. Cut into small pieces to serve.

Out of 500 grams of Chocolate fudge, you can cut into 25 pieces of serving size. The fudge can be kept for one month if kept in airtight container in a dry and cool place. Never keep fudge in freezer.

Add a twist...

Twist. You can innovate and make a twist in this method by adding roughly chopped almonds while stirring in step 2. And sparkle chopped almonds in the cake tin before pour the mixture into it (step 4).

You can replace almonds with hazelnuts or walnuts.


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      SA Shameel 

      5 years ago from Bangalore

      thanks for the compliments DDE.

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      Devika Primić 

      5 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Looks a wonderful treat and sounds tasty, thanks for this well written and explained recipe.

    • zanaworld profile imageAUTHOR

      SA Shameel 

      5 years ago from Bangalore

      @vivajones... I am happy that you visited this hub. Sometimes you have to indulge in sinful acts...

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      Viva Jones 

      5 years ago from UK

      This looks so sinfully delicious I can almost feel my waistband tightening as I read!!

    • zanaworld profile imageAUTHOR

      SA Shameel 

      6 years ago from Bangalore

      @teaches12345, I am glad you liked my post. I love chocolates and I trying out some more chocolate recipes... watch out for more hubpages from me on chocolate recipes...


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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      The recipe is one I would truly enjoy. I love chocolate fudge. I didn't know that the freezer was not a good storage for fudge. Thanks for the information. Great post.

    • zanaworld profile imageAUTHOR

      SA Shameel 

      6 years ago from Bangalore

      Dear All!

      Do remember to rate this recipe. You like it, flag up and rate 5 stars...

    • zanaworld profile imageAUTHOR

      SA Shameel 

      6 years ago from Bangalore

      Some of chocolate recipes looked difficult, but in fact, they are easy to make.

      Hope you will enjoy the chocolate fudge! I will put some more chocolate recipes on these hubpages soon. I love chocolates!

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      JR Krishna 

      6 years ago from India

      This is very interesting and pretty easy:)

    • zanaworld profile imageAUTHOR

      SA Shameel 

      6 years ago from Bangalore

      @nancynurse thanks for your visit and liking my first recipe. I am fond of chocolate and very crazy about it.

      @ESPeck1919 thanks for your comments. I hope you will enjoy making and eating this simple to make sweet.

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      6 years ago from Minneapolis, MN

      Ooh, this looks tasty. I've always been intimidated by fudge, but I might try this sometime. Thanks for posting!

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      Nancy McClintock 

      6 years ago from Southeast USA

      Neat recipe. I love to make fudge at Christmas and share with my neighbors. Thank you for sharing.


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