Make Easy 3-Ingredient Chocolate Fudge in the Microwave
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This microwave fudge is rich and simple to make!
Anyone here in the mood for an EASY no-bake dessert? Say hello to microwave fudge!
Chocolate makes any day better, and getting your fix has never been easier than using this easy fudge recipe! Did you know you can make homemade chocolate microwave fudge in just two minutes? I had no idea this was a thing, and recently tried it for myself!
This is such a genius way to use a can of sweetened condensed milk from the pantry!
What an amazing idea for celebrations year-round.
This idea was actually shared with me by a fellow Hip2Save teammate who makes this 3-ingredient microwave fudge recipe as a tradition each Christmas as a holiday treat. I think, however, this is a great dessert for any celebration or even a “just because” treat.
I wanted to try a batch using semi-sweet chocolate chips and nuts…and then also paired white chocolate chips with chopped Oreo cookies. All I can say is Ohhh. Myyy. Goshhh. Both of these are insane yum — my family enjoyed these flavors so much!
This microwave fudge honestly tastes like it’s coming from a fancy candy company, but is actually so low effort and easy to make at home!
Tips for making the best microwave fudge:
- There are honestly so many possibilities with this recipe by changing up the add-ins! Some to consider would be various nuts like chopped peanuts, almonds, walnuts, and Oreo cookies like I did. You could add dried fruit like cranberries or coconut too!
- Make sure to line your square pan with parchment paper or tin foil with non-stick spray. This will ensure you’ll be able to easily remove your fudge without it sticking! It’s easy to just pop it out once it sets up after refrigerating.
- You’ll need a sharp knife to cut through your finished fudge. I used my favorite pizza cutter tool, and it made the fudge much easier to cut into smaller squares!
- You can store your finished homemade fudge squares in a covered container in the fridge for up to a couple of weeks.
yield: 30 SERVINGS
prep time: 5 MINUTES
cook time: 2 MINUTES
total time: 7 MINUTES
Rich chocolate fudge made quickly in the microwave and poured into a pan to set. The add-in possibilities are endless!
Check out what my teammate Jenna had to say about this easy microwave fudge recipe:
“This is so easy!! All you need are a few ingredients and a microwave. Think of all the flavor combinations. I only had pecans on hand, so I added those instead of the walnuts and it worked out well. This made plenty of fudge and with just a couple of minutes of prep… it’s really the easiest dessert idea ever and oh so good.”
Looking for another 3-ingredient treat? Try making these no-bake Oreo balls!