Easy Caramilk Fudge
Caramilk fans, this recipe is for you. This quick and easy Caramilk fudge only takes a few minutes to whip up, and is sure to be eaten just as fast.
Caramilk is back (hopefully this time for good), so I decided it was time to get creative with some more delicious Caramilk treats. When Cadbury released Caramilk as a limited edition last year, I created a Caramilk Slice and Caramilk Balls, which are still among the most popular recipes on this site.
Fudge made using the microwave is as easy as fudge can get. Simply add your ingredients to a microwave safe bowl and microwave in short bursts until everything has melted. Give it all a good mix, pour the mixture into a tin and refrigerate overnight until set. It’s that simple.
I find that fudge made with white chocolate don’t set quite as hard as those made with milk chocolate. Since Caramilk is basically caramelised white chocolate, I decided to use two blocks of Caramilk in this recipe to create a firmer fudge. If you only have one block of chocolate on hand, simply reduce the recipe by half and use a smaller tin or container to set the fudge in.
Other fudge recipes
Can’t get enough of this quick and easy fudge? Then you are going to love the following fudge recipes:
- Chocolate Creme Egg Fudge
- 3 Ingredient Chocolate Malteser Fudge
- 3 Ingredient Oreo Fudge
- 4 Ingredient Easy Caramel Fudge
- Nutella Fudge Brownies
- 3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge
Caramilk fudge recipe
- 2 x 180g blocks Cadbury Caramilk chocolate
- 395g tin sweetened condensed milk
- 40g butter
- Line a small baking tin with baking paper and set aside.
- Break up the block of Caramilk chocolate and add to a large microwave safe mixing bowl along with the entire tin of sweetened condensed milk and the butter.
- Microwave in short bursts until all ingredients have melted. Mix until all ingredients are well combined.
- Pour the fudge mixture into the prepared baking tin. Place in the refrigerator to set overnight, before slicing into small squares and serving.
- Store any uneaten fudge in an airtight container in the fridge.