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Five Minute Super Simple Chocolate Walnut Fudge

You will love how easy this recipe is to assemble and 'cook'. The most difficult part will be waiting two hours while it cools and sets in the refrigerator.

Line a glass square dish with wax paper, leaving generous overhang on all sides, so that fudge is easily removed from pan.

In a medium pan, melt together two cups of chocolate chips and one can of sweetened condensed milk. Stir constantly to keep the mixture from burning. Once the chocolate has melted and has reached a smooth consistency, add the vanilla. Stir to incorporate. Fold in one cup of chopped walnuts. 

Quickly transfer contents of pan to the glass square. Top with remaining half cup of chopped walnuts. Sprinkle with a pinch of sea salt.
Cool in the refrigerator for two hours.
Cut into small squares and enjoy!


2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips

1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk (fat free)

2 teaspoons espresso powder

2 teaspoons vanilla

1 1/2 cups chopped walnuts

pinch sea salt

Pans and Paper:

8 X 8 square pan

wax paper


KarenG said…
I'm so glad you added walnuts to it! Oh yum!

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