Just as the title says, this is some seriously good fudge and it’s super simple to make. Just 5 ingredients away from the best holiday treat ever.
And just in time for Christmas, I was able to sneak in one last holiday treat. This is my favorite, FAVORITE fudge recipe and it’s made with good ol’ sweetened condensed milk and none of that marshmallow fluffy stuff. What is up with that stuff though? I won’t ever be able to wrap my head around certain products that come in a jar. Or a box, for that matter. Or a bag.
We’ve literally made this fudge 4 times in the past week. I’m visiting my family in California and so this stuff gets devoured. Fast. So I gotta keep up with the demand!
Last night, Barry made a batch and I thought, “Ummm, NUTELLAAAAA!” So I swirled some in right at the end. A good decision, if I ever made one!
You can also swirl in caramel or add crumbled oreo cookies or change up the nuts with pistachios or pecans or cashews! You can add chopped and dried fruits too!
My dad made the request of adding in even more nuts next time and also to use pistachios. I’m pretty sure he’s trying to turn my fudge into a chocolatey treat he grew up with in the Azerbaijani region of Iran. But the awesome thing with this fudge is that you can literally do whatever you want with it. And because it’s SO easy to make, go ahead and try whatever you like! But also because it’s SO easy to make, it can be dangerous. But it’s the holidays so… eat up! Just make sure you eat your meals first because this stuff is way too addicting.
Subscribe to my YouTube Channel HERE
The Easiest and Best Milk Chocolate with Walnut Fudge
- 1 1/4 cups sweetened condensed milk 14 oz
- 3 cups milk chocolate chips
- 1/4 tsp sea salt
- 1 cup chopped walnuts
- 1 tsp vanilla
- Prepare a parchment paper-lined dish that is approximately 7 inches across and at least 2 inches high. Set aside. In a med-large bowl, pour in the sweetened condensed milk and milk chocolate chips. Stir to combine and place over a small saucepan that has an inch or two of water in it. Heat over the stove until melted. Once melted, remove bowl from heat and mix in the remaining ingredients. Pour contents into dish and put in fridge to set.