How to Make Fudge | Easy Amazing Homemade Fudge Recipe (Only 3 Ingredients)

How to Make Fudge | Easy Amazing Homemade Fudge Recipe (Only 3 Ingredients)

How to Make Fudge Easy Amazing Homemade Fudge
Recipe Only Three Ingredients Hello and welcome back to In the Kitchen with
Matt, I am your host Matt Taylor. Today I am going to show you how to make Fudge,
mmm yummy, love me some fudge. This fudge recipe is super easy to make, and
only takes 3 ingredients, couldn’t be easier. One of my favorite treats to eat during the
holidays is fudge, so here we go simple easy fudge recipe, if I can do it, you can do it,
let’s get started. All right lets go ahead and take a large bowl,
microwave safe, I am using a pyrex one, now we take one can of sweetened condensed milk,
and this can is 14 ounces or 396 grams. Pour it in, use a spatula to get it all out. Now we take a quarter cup this is about 56
to 60 grams of butter, go ahead and put that in there. And now we are going to go ahead and heat
this up in the microwave, until it gets really hot and the butter melts, umm I am going to
do it for 2 to 3 minutes, it might, it will depend on your microwave, mine is a 1200 watt
microwave, if you have an 1100 watt or 1000 watt it might take a little bit longer, just
go ahead and start with 2 minutes and see how hot it gets we want it to be fairly hot,
and the butter melted. All right now that our butter is melted, it
took about 2 minutes and 15 seconds in my microwave. I am going to go ahead and add my chocolate,
now you can use all milk chocolate, or you could use all semi-sweet, or all dark chocolate,
but you can do like I said, you can do whatever combination that you want, it will be awesome. Let’s go ahead and pour that in there, and
then we are just going to let this sit for a moment in our mixture, just let it sit for
about 3 or 4 minutes, and then we are going to stir it all together. All right once we have given our chocolate
a chance to sit there in the hot condensed milk we are going to go ahead and start stirring
it around, now if you want to add more ingredients, you certainly can, at this stage you can add
nuts, like walnuts, and you can add um vanilla extract if you like. All right I am loving this consistency right
there, that is exactly what you want it to be like, it is like a really really thick
frosting. All right, and now, let’s go ahead and take,
this is an 8 by 11 glass pan, or you can use a metal one, 9 by 9, whatever shape that you
want to do, and what I did is a took some parchment paper or baking paper in here, and
to get it to stay on the bottom, optionally I just sprayed it with some kitchen spray,
and it helps it to stick. Let’s go ahead and pour this all in there,
and you want to work fairly quickly it is not super necessary, to um like rush, but
you do want to work fairly quickly, because it cools down pretty quick, get it all in
there, and then just go ahead and spread it out. And if you want yours extremely thick then
use like an 8 by 8 square pan, if you want it to be a little thinner, use an 8 by 11,
if you want it even more thin use a 9 by 13, all right that looks so yummy. Now let’s go ahead and put this in the refrigerator,
and I am going to leave it in there for 2 to 3 hours, until it sets completely, before
we cut into it. On to that step, all right, after our fudge
has chilled in the refrigerator, and has set completely I am going to go ahead and take
it all of there, lift it up, boom, like that, nice. Okay, and then go ahead and cut it up into
squares, nice, and cut these as big or as little as you want. All right and once you are all done you can
put them in little boxes for gifts, or you can put them back in your dish, and just cover
it, and store it in the fridge. There you go, easy three ingredient fudge. All right our fudge is done, it is super easy
to make, three ingredients, if I can do it, you can do it go out there and make your own. I am Matt Taylor this has been another episode
of In the Kitchen with Matt, thank you for joining me, as always if you have any questions
or comments, put them down below and I will get back to you as soon as I can, thumbs up
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videos. Take care, time for me to dive into one of
these, oh yeah, grab this guy right on top, mmm, mmm, mmm.

100 thoughts on “How to Make Fudge | Easy Amazing Homemade Fudge Recipe (Only 3 Ingredients)

  1. I’m a new sub, just wanted to let you know I’ll try your recipe with chopped pecans….your recipe looks delicious! TFS 🎄🎄

  2. I wonder if you could make the peanut butter fudge using this same technique? Instead of using Chocolate you'd use the peanut butter chips? And since I've already tried your chocolate fudge using this technique, Plus some walnuts. I'm gonna try the Reese's Peanut Butter Chips. Oh and also I've found that adding a tablespoon of marshmallow cream to your recipe will help as well. Thank you for sharing this video <3

  3. Just FYI: This recipe doesn’t thicken unless you use 6oz condensed milk and 3cups chocolate, 1/4 cup butter. Otherwise, if you use 14oz milk, it will NEVER thicken. You’re welcome!😉

  4. Looks easy and delicious Matt
    I'm definitely going to make this receipe on Sunday 12/23/18
    I'm also going to make a Peanut Butter Fudge ( 4 ingredients by a
    man in the Kitchen, his recipe ).
    Merry Christmas!

  5. I wonder why fudge sells for $16. a pound! A person could buy terrific steaks for that price; yet it costs so very little to make.

  6. Omg. Its insane how easy that is. If I ever make fudge, I am so going to try this recipe. Its a no brainer. Love it

  7. Hi Matt, I love your recipe for homemade fudge. I like the addition of butter it makes the chocolate glossy. Great tip spraying the baking dish to hold down the parchment paper. I will try your recipe and technique. Thank you and God bless.

  8. This is great. But how do I make mine more like nougat type? This is a very nice recipe, just prefer mine more airy. Thanks 🙂

  9. Does it have to be that condensed milk or can we just use milk.i am asking because I don't think I have the condensed milk

  10. HI, Mat, how can I turn YOUR recipe INTO Maple Fudge?. Waiting to hear from you. THANK you in advance.🦋. 3/26/2019.

  11. Omg I can not believe how easy this was,I never ever knew this,thank you sooo much ,I m going to make it tonight for desert,wow thanks for sharing

  12. Delicious! I chop it up and use a small amount in my vanilla smoothies with pb. It’s like a lower cal version of moose tracks 🤗

  13. I recently made some, didn't use any butter, hadn't tried them before either, I think they came out pretty good, does it add texture or something? The butter I mean.

  14. I sell mine for $2 each. I have four in each bag. I either use cellophane bags or snap lock bags. I make a white chocolate one with oreos. A dark chocolate one with nuts and another dark chocolate one with oreos

  15. This didn’t Evan work at all this is horrible I try some of his recipe step by ste and it didn’t Evan work

  16. For some reason every time I try making these it doesn't set right. It stays at like a paste consistency and I have no idea what I'm doing wrong. I tried multiple videos and different recipes but I can't figure it out

  17. Only one small problem Matt, you did not let us know how much chocolate to use! Could not give you a thumbs up in this one. Looks delicious though!

  18. Oh but it CAN get easier. 😏 How about TWO ingredient fudge.1can of vanilla or cream cheese frosting, and 1bag of semi sweet chocolate chips. Just melt your chips in the micro, and stir in the frosting. You're welcome! 😉😁

  19. You can use butterscotch chips, peanut butter chips, etc.

    I forgot to say that a little cinnamon is good. So is chili powder if you like a little spicy fudge


  21. Thanks for sharing! Just made it and its great. I used milk and semi sweet chips, and added raisins and peanuts for a chunky bar taste. Yum!

  22. Just made this for my son. Added marshmallow fluff to it right before adding it to the 8×8 pan. In the fridge now. Can’t wait to treat ourselves. Thanks for the recipe!

  23. I agree…u want your fudge 2 find shape in hard blocks, if its 2 soft the sweet-ness doesnt linger, it just slips away…😶

  24. 💕 I found my bible study recipe !!! Thank you, Matt !!
    This'll be easy enough for me to throw together the day of, or even the day before. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 It should be a hit with everyone !! ♥️♥️♥️👋🏼

  25. How to make fudge: Eat 3 pounds of choclate and 12 magnesium pills, wait for 2 to 5 hours, the fudge will conveniently flow out of your bodily opening.

  26. Oh my! This is the best quick and simple fudge recipe I've seen! Fudge is my favorite candy. I can't wait to try this! The cooking spray/parchment paper tip…thanks! Always had a struggle with the paper.

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