This Easiest Chocolate Fudge recipe is for real. I’ve never made an easier fudge recipe! (And you’ll love that these ingredients are REAL!)
You may notice that this Chocolate Fudge recipe looks strangely similar to our Chocolate Fudge Pie recipe. That’s because it is the exact same recipe minus the pie crust.
What can I say? One recipe always turns into another around here! It something works well for one recipe, it often makes sense that it will work well with a few minor adaptations. So it is with this Easiest Chocolate Fudge recipe.
When I first made the pie variety, I poured a little extra pie filling into a dish without a crust. It cut into pieces just like fudge, tasted amazing just like fudge, and so here we are with a recipe for the Easiest Chocolate Fudge.
Food really isn’t as hard as we like to think that it is. (This Simple Real Food Recipes Cookbook proves it. If you don’t already have it, you need it!! This will save you so much time and energy while you feed your family great meals!)
I figured you might need this fudge recipe this Valentine’s day as you make special treats for your special people. Use any chocolate chips you like best – milk chocolate, dark chocolate, bittersweet chocolate. So delicious!
Easiest Chocolate Fudge Recipe
- 10-ounces chocolate chips
- 4 Tablespoons butter
- 2 cups heavy whipping cream
- In a small saucepan, melt the chocolate chips and butter together.
- Once melted, whip the chocolate mixture and the cream with beaters or in a high power blender (like a Blendtec) until smooth and thick.
- Pour mixture into a 9x9 inch pan.
- Chill for at least two hours before cutting and serving.
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Betty Russell says
I am about to make the fudge per your recipe. Which of the Olive Nation Chocolates do you use. The Semi Sweet chunks , mini chips or regular dark chocolate chips? There are so many to choose from that I am confused. I do need to stay low carb as possible but with good chocolate flavor. Thanks for your great low sugar recipes! They really are delicious! especially the fudge pie. Blessings, Betty
Is there any reason you couldn’t substitute other flavors of chips in this recipe? There are so many varieties available, and you could make different flavors of fudge that way. Thanks.