Simple and Rich 3 Ingredient Christmas Fudge with Recipe Cards
This simple and rich 3 ingredient Christmas fudge is my go to treat for holiday parties and get togethers!
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As most of you know, I really enjoy cooking and baking and Christmas time is no exception! If we kept all of the yummy treats we made during the Christmas season there would be way too much, so I love packaging them up to give as gifts!
This simple and rich 3 ingredient fudge is the perfect little treat and I hope you are able to try it this season!Jump to Recipe
Simple and Rich 3 Ingredient Christmas Fudge Directions
Normally, I whip up this recipe each year in the microwave but since we installed our new range this summer, we have not purchased one! I have to say we have adjusted fine without the it, but I had to make this fudge just a little differently this year.
I chose to melt the ingredients together over a double boiler and it still worked perfectly, I was so relieved! You can burn chocolate, so you need to pay attention and stir continually to ensure this doesn’t happen!
Once your ingredients are melted, you simple pour them into a greased 8×8 pan and let the fudge set and you are done! How simple is that?! If you want the fudge to set sooner, you can simply refrigerate it.
Simple and Rich 3 Ingredient Christmas Fudge Mix-Ins
You can also add in any other ingredients that you would like to this recipe!
I have added in marshmallows, peanut butter chocolate chips, and even peppermint essential oil. The possibilities are endless!
You can mix extra ingredients into the fudge recipe itself, or you can sprinkle them on top before the fudge sets.
Simple and Rich 3 Ingredient Christmas Fudge Gift Ideas
Once your fudge is set, you can either enjoy it yourself or box it up as gifts!
I personally love giving fudge away to neighbors and friends, and I wanted to include a free printable for you to be able to do the same!
Here are some tags that I created so that you can print and attach them to your little gift boxes! Simply click the link below!
Click Here: Simple and Rich 3 Ingredient Fudge Gift Tags
A few pieces of fudge in each little gift box, a pretty ribbon and this printable tag instantly creates a perfect gift for your neighbor, co-worker or friend.
Simple and Rich 3 Ingredient Fudge
This simple and rich fudge with just 3 ingredients can be made so quickly to enjoy yourself or gift to someone!
- 3 Cups Semisweet or Milk Chocolate Chips
- 1 14oz Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1/4 Cup Butter
Combine all the ingredients together in a bowl
Melt the ingredients either in the microwave or double boiler stirring continually until combined
Pour combined ingredients into greased 8×8 pan
Let fudge set and enjoy!
I hope you enjoy this easy recipe and you are able to take advantage of the printable recipe cards!
Also, be sure you take advantage of the antique brass candlestick Christmas printables that I am giving away! You can find them here on the blog! You can also watch how I used my printables this year on my YouTube channel!
If you try this recipe, let me know in the comments below! I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas – you all mean so very much to me!
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I appreciate you wanting to share your family traditions so I was wondering if you wanted to share the full recipe for the punch. It looks like maybe a 1/2 gal of egg nog and you said 2 liter of sprite. How much vanilla ice cream?
Merry Christmas to your whole family.
I usually just add a 1/2 gallon to a big punch bowl!
Thank you so much! Love it!
I am so happy to read this! Merry Christmas!
Thank you for sharing this! I can’t wait to make it!!!
It is so so delicious! I hope you enjoy it!
I assume you mean SWEETENED condensed milk??
I have that fudge recipe too and love it. I know I am new to your blog but, I wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
Hi Andrea! I am so excited to make this fudge tomorrow!
I hope you enjoy it Joyce! Merry Christmas!
Hi Andrea, Thank you for sharing your recipe and the lovely tags! I made the fudge and it turned out perfectly on the stove top. My husband loves the fudge! Can you tell me what size box you used for gifting? 4 x 4 or 6 x 6 perhaps? Thank you so much for your content, art and inspiration. Merry Christmas to you and beautiful your family.
I have made this type of fudge but without the butter. I am looking forward to making it with the butter because I think it will be even better. I need to make this for my dad. Thanks Andrea.
This looks delicious!! Quick and easy…I love those kinds of recipes. Thanks for sharing! Hope you had a happy Christmas!
I am so happy, I hope you are able to try it! Merry Christmas!
I’ve made this fudge for 40 years but without the butter. Going to use your recipe today. I’m hoping the butter adds that bit of creaminess I’ve always thought it lacked. Thanks ! Merry Christmas!
Oh, I hope it came out perfectly for you!