Condensed Milk Fudge

    It's very easy to make deliciously creamy peanut fudge and chocolate fudge with condensed milk as the special ingredient.

    15 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    55 reviews

    This is a four ingredient fudge, super easy to make and delicious. You can use almonds instead of pecans which also work well.

    Recipe by: Angela

    35 reviews

    Scottish tablet may be too sweet for some people, it is a complete sugar rush. I bet the kids will love it!

    Recipe by: celticfc1888

    2 reviews

    This is the easiest and most delicious Chocolate Fudge recipe ever! It takes about 5 minutes to make and 2 hours to set in the fridge which makes it an easy party food recipe, for when you have a last minute invite somewhere or for when you just feel like something sweet!!!

    Recipe by: LisaZ

    1 review

    You can make this easy fudge-like sweet using salted peanuts if you like. This will give it a slightly salty bite.

    Recipe by: RitaT

    2 reviews

    An awesome tasting recipe. that you came dress up or down depending on the invent.

    Recipe by: emrocks

    7 reviews

    There's a lot of chocolate in this fudge, also condensed milk and marshmallows to make it a real treat. Great for Christmas presents, birthday parties or for your next cake stall.

    Recipe by: twest

    265 reviews

    Brigadeiros are the Brazilian version of condensed milk fudge, easy to make and delectable to eat! Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Brazilian Brigadeiros Video.

    Recipe by: ROMINA_BR

    37 reviews

    This is a microwave version of an Indian sweet called Nariyal Burfi. It's not fudge per se but the texture is similar. You could also substitute unsalted pistachios for almonds if you wish.

    Recipe by: Lola in the Kitchen

    No reviews

    Really easy recipe combining white chocolate, condensed milk, chocbits and peppermint essence. Add a bit of colour and you have a sinfully delicious treat, made in 1 bowl.

    Recipe by: shazzieau

    No reviews

    I love making fudge in my slow cooker! It is simple and tastes amazing. It is quite rich which isn't a bad thing as you should in theory eat less! You do need to be around for the whole time it is cooking to stir it, so not like usual slow cooker recipes.

    Recipe by: LianasKitchen

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