The Best 3-Ingredient Fudge Recipe
Fudge is a type of chocolate dessert. Condensed milk will make your fudge texture soft but today I'm gonna teach you a recipe that doesn't have condensed milk in it so it is not as soft as the ones that have condensed milk in them.
Melt the chocolates in the microwave.
Add the cookie butter and mix them well.
Make sure the chocolate and the cookie butter are perfectly blended until the mixture looks like the picture.
take two tablespoons of the mixture and pour it into the cupcake liners, then add one teaspoon of Nutella in the middle of it. Put the muffin liners in the fridge for about 7 to 10 minutes.
Take the fudges out of the fridge and pour the rest of the cookie butter mixture on top of them and put them back in the fridge for 35 to 40 more minutes until it becomes hard.
After 40 minutes take them out of the fridge and separate them from the muffin liners. You can use melted chocolate to decorate your cookie butter fudge.
Tips and tricks
- The cupcake liners I used were big but you can use smaller sizes, this way you can make more fudges.
- You shouldn't keep the fudges in the fridge for too long for the first time, 5 to 10 minutes is enough.
- The cookie butter I used was Lotus, but you can use any cookie butter you like.
Background & History
No one can resist the perfect combination of cookie butter and Nutella. This fudge is a simple and delicious choice for chocolate lovers and is made with only three ingredients.