This is a super easy 4 ingredient recipe that I adapted from my Kroger private selections store mailer. Check out how quick and simple it is to make delicious dark chocolate macademia nut fudge, just in time for your next snack craving. *At no cost to you, I receive a small commission if you make a purchase through the links in this post.
Super Easy Dark Chocolate Macademia Nut Fudge
What I love the most about this recipe is you can pretty much add whatever flavor accents you like. Throw in your favorite nuts, small candies, raisins or whatever floats your boat.
I decided to add 3 varieties of nuts to mine. Macademias are still the star of the show but I added some sliced almonds and pecans to my mix and I’m so glad I did!
You don’t have to use pure vanilla extract for this recipe. Imitation will work just fine if that’s all you have on hand.
The recipe also calls for dark chocolate pieces. But if you don’t care for dark chocolate, grab some milk chocolate. Or, mix it up!
You’re going to need:
- Mixing bowl
- Parchment paper
- Small deep baking dish
⇓ Here are some options if you don’t have everything at home. ⇓
This Fudge Is Bomb!
- 1 -14 oz. can of sweetened condensed milk
- Vanilla extract
- Dark chocolate chips or chunks
- Macademia nuts
Line your baking dish with enough parchment paper to cover the bottom and sides, set aside.
Pour dark chocolate chunks/chips into a microwave safe mixing bowl and heat for about 30 seconds at a time until completely melted and smooth. Use a spatula to stir. Don’t overheat. This process should take no more than 1 to 1.5 minutes.
Next, add condensed milk, vanilla extract & nuts to the bowl. Mix again with a spatula until fully incorporated and smooth.
Pour your mix into a baking dish and smooth out the surface with your spatula. Make sure to spread your fudge evenly to all 4 corners. Refrigerate for about 2 hours.
- Remove fudge from baking dish and cut into squares or the shape of your choice. Enjoy!
Enjoy Your Fudge!
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What’s your favorite quick snack to whip up?