Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.
Skip to main content

Chocolate Fudge Recipe

Experience the melt-in-your-mouth decadence of our homemade Chocolate Fudge. This delightful treat will satisfy your cravings with its intense chocolate flavour and luxuriously smooth texture, making it perfect for any occasion.

With just a few ingredients - cocoa powder, butter, powdered sugar, walnuts, and Nestlé MILKMAID - and minimal effort, you can whip us this deliciousness in no time!

About Our Recipe

Our Chocolate Fudge recipe goes beyond a simple dessert; it's a journey to pure chocolatey bliss. Within each irresistible square lies the creamy goodness of Nestlé MILKMAID. This rich and velvety condensed milk elevates our Chocolate Fudge to a luxurious level.

Get ready for an unbelievably easy yet divine experience. Simply whisk rich cocoa powder and creamy butter, stir in the luxurious MILKMAID and crunchy chopped walnuts, pour the velvety mixture into a pan, and let it set. The only tough part? Waiting to enjoy those heavenly bites!

With each delightful bite, velvety chocolate melts on your tongue, leaving you craving more. Have it alone or pair it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for an over-the-top treat.

This irresistible Chocolate Fudge recipe is perfect for gifting or sharing with loved ones. It's a timeless masterpiece that never fails to impress. Create a batch to experience pure chocolatey bliss!

As you browse the best Chocolate Fudge recipe, take a moment to explore our delightful selection of treats, including Chocolate Truffles and Torte Cake. Each dessert offers a perfect blend of flavours and textures, sure to delight every palate.

Show more > Show Less >


  • 1 tinNestlé MILKMAID
  • 2 tbspMaida (All Purpose Flour)
  • 1/4 cupCocoa Powder
  • 1/2 cupPowdered Sugar
  • 100 gmsButter
  • 1 cupCoarsely Chopped Walnuts

How to make Chocolate Fudge

  • Step 1: In a pan, mix all the ingredients, except walnuts, and heat.
  • Step 2: Cook on a slow flame until the mixture thickens and starts moving in a mass (soft ball stage). Stir in the walnuts.
  • Step 3: Pour onto a greased plate/tray and smoothen the surface. Cool and cut into 2” squares.

Tips to Chocolate Fudge

  • Use high-quality cocoa powder for a rich and intense chocolate flavour.
  • Follow our Chocolate Fudge recipe carefully and measure ingredients precisely for ideal consistency.
  • Add a pinch of salt to your Chocolate Fudge to enhance the flavour.
  • Stir the Chocolate Fudge mixture consistently to prevent lumps and keep it smooth.
  • Before pouring, grease the pan or line it with parchment paper to prevent sticking.
  • Top your Chocolate Fudge with MILKMAID and finely chopped walnuts for an extra special touch.
  • Chill your fudge in the refrigerator for a few hours before cutting to get cleaner slices.

FAQs on Chocolate Fudge

1. Can I use oil instead of butter in my Chocolate Fudge recipe?

Yes, with the above easy Milk Cake recipe, the dessert can be made in advance. It keeps well in the refrigerator for several days, allowing you to prepare it ahead of time for special occasions or gatherings.

2. Why is my Chocolate Fudge sticky like toffee?

Overcooking or not stirring the mixture for enough time can turn your Chocolate Fudge into a toffee-like texture. To achieve that perfect melt-in-your-mouth texture, control the temperature precisely and constantly stir the mixture. Cook to the sweet spot (not the scorch zone), and your Chocolate Fudge will be heavenly.

3. Why is my fudge still soft?

Soft fudge can be due to two reasons:

  • Undercooking (not reaching the right temperature)
  • Not letting it cool completely

If you haven't let the dessert reach the right temperature while cooking, you might need to re-cook it. If you did, maybe it just needs more time to cool and set properly. Let it rest in a cool place for several hours, and it might just firm up!

4. How long does Chocolate Fudge last?

Homemade Chocolate Fudge can be enjoyed for up to 2-3 weeks at room temperature as long as it's kept cozy and wrapped in wax paper. Don't keep it in the refrigerator - the cold air draws out the moisture, leaving you with a crumbly, less-than-delightful experience.

Buy Milkmaid Buy Milkmaid