How to: Tasty Homemade Fudge in Only 3 Minutes!

How to: Tasty Homemade Fudge in Only 3 Minutes!

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Homemade fudge. In three minutes. Using only three-four ingredients.

It's not only possible, it tastes amazing! It'll easily become your favorite go-to recipe. Let's get started!   


Here's what you'll need to make this yummy dessert:

  • (2) 12 oz Semi sweet Chocolate Chips 
  • (2) 14 oz Sweetened Condensed Milk 
  • (1) Stick Butter-room temperature 
  • (1) C Finely Chopped Walnuts  

Combine the chocolate chips and the butter in a microwavable safe bowl.  

Add the 2 cans of sweetened condensed milk.  

Cover the bowl with wax paper. Microwave for about 3 minutes, stirring every minute, until everything is melted and smooth.  

Stir in the cup of walnuts.  

Spread the mixture evenly into a greased 9 x 13 pan. Cover and let the pan sit overnight in the fridge.  

Slice into 1" squares and enjoy!

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victoria on Dec 19, 2015:

Hello, I followed the directions to the T and today the fudge it hard to get out and did not set. Dunno why?

Nina on Dec 21, 2012:

One stick of butter is 4 oz, as in 1/4 of a pound!  It's the same no matter what the  shape.

Jean on Dec 19, 2012:

How much is a stick of butter???4 oz 8oz???

Anonymous on Dec 04, 2012:

Soooooo awesome!Made this for parents couple of Christmases ago.Super tasty as always!!:)

Heidi on May 04, 2012:

Tatoune - un baton de beurre, c'est a peu pres 115g.

tatoune on May 04, 2012:

Bonjour, très envie de l'essayer cette recette mais à quoi correspond un baton de beurre ! chez nous il est en plaquettes de 125 ou 250 gr !

Merci pour la réponse 

Anonymous on Feb 26, 2012:

Yum! Always looking for quick and easy things to take to work. Thanks for sharing!

Rebekah on Feb 23, 2012:


It's a normal sized stick butter. 

Amanda on Feb 23, 2012:

That stick butter looks much smaller than the ones I usually see at the store. Do you know what the measurement for it would be, or is it just a different shape?

DesigningMom on Feb 23, 2012:

I used to make this all the time. It's truely delicious!

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