Chocolate Fudge

Two-layered chocolate fudge recipe.

It is very easy to make within 15 minutes. You just need to let it set for a few hours before you cut them into pieces.


Reduced dry milk or whole dry milk: 1 cup

Sugar: 1 Teaspoon

Milk: 1 cup

Choco powder (unsweetened) – 3/4 tblsp

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Step 1: Preparing the Mix

Heat the Reduced dry milk or whole dry milk in a pan on medium heat.

It will look crumbly and starts to melt, don’t let it brown. So just melt it.

Add sugar

Add milk

Mix well and continue cooking

Cook it till thickens. It will take about 4 minutes. Stir continuously. Don’t cook it for long otherwise, it will be chewy.

Step 2: White Layer

Take half of the mixture in the greased pan and spread in a pan evenly.

Step 3: Choco Layer

Add cocoa powder in other half mixture in pan. Mix well

Spread on top of plain Fudge layer.

Sprinkle chopped nuts and press it lightly so nuts will stick to Fudge

Step 4: Freezing

Keep in the refrigerator for 1 hour, after it sets cut them into squares using a sharp knife. Remove them gently from the pan.

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