Candy Corn Fudge - A quick and easy fudge with a fun nod to Halloween.
I'm the first to admit I am not much of a baker. I don't have the patience for all that precise measuring nor do I have the time to spend hours baking from scratch. So when I bake a dessert, it's generally a quick and easy, no muss, no fuss type of recipe. I have a few exceptions of course like my Apple Pie Stuffed Cheesecake and my Pumpkin Cheesecake While those two desserts are ridiculously delicious, they do take a little time.
Last week my little Nora really wanted to make a treat after school. With time and patience both running on empty, I decided a quick and easy fudge would be the way to go. Fudge is always a go to for me. I always use the same base of chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk. Those two ingredients basically become your blank canvas. You can stir in or top with your favorite candy.
In case you lost track, that makes 3 ingredients. Yep, that's it, 3 ingredients and you've got yourself a festive candy corn fudge!
One quick mention about your pan. I use either an 8x8 or a 9x9 baking dish. I line it with non stick aluminum foil. If you don't have this type of foil you can either use regular foil and spray it with non stick spray or use parchment and spray.
Don't believe me how easy it is? Check out the quick (under a minute quick) video tutorial I put together. Don't make fun, I let my toddler handle the camera. She wanted to help, how could I say no?
Candy Corn Fudge Might Just Be My Favorite Fudge Yet?
What is YOUR favorite fudge flavor?
Surprise the family with this festive and super easy Candy Corn Fudge recipe. Only 3 ingredients needed.
- 12 oz milk chocolate chips sometimes I use the dark chocolate
- 1 (14 ocan sweetened condensed milk
- 1 C candy corn more or less to your liking
Line an 8x8 baking pan with non stick foil (leaving an overhang). If you don't have foil use parchment and spray with non stick spray.
Bring a pan of water to a boil and then reduce to a simmer.
Place chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk in a glass bowl that will fit snugly onto the top of your pan. Place bowl over pan to create a double boiler. Continuously stir mixture until melted and smooth, about 3 minutes.
Spread mixture evenly into the 8x8 pan.
Press candy corn into top of mixture.
Refrigerate at least 1 hour before cutting into 1 inch squares.