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This Heath toffee fudge recipe is easy to follow and results in a delicious, sweet treat. Made with only six ingredients, this fudge can be whipped up in no time!
Are you craving something sweet? Do you have friends coming around, and you want to add that extra wow factor? Then fudge is the way forward.
There is something about fudge. It can feel like such a treat. Fudge is often associated with autumn and winter, but personally, I think it can be something you enjoy all year round.
It is indulgent, takes care of the sweet tooth, and is a delectable treat whenever you have a craving for it.
Most people choose to buy fudge with the assumption that making it will be far too hard. But I am here to help you make your own.
Heath Toffee Fudge
This easy Heath Toffee Fudge recipe will have you jumping for joy. There isn’t a big list of ingredients, the method is straightforward and easy to follow, and the fridge does the hard work for you.
So if you want to give fudge-making a go, this is the Heath Toffee fudge recipe for you to follow.
First of all, you need to get all of your ingredients together. This means that you can easily follow the recipe without preparing and grabbing ingredients as you go. Here is everything that you need to make the Heath Toffee fudge.
How to Make Heath Toffee Fudge
Line an 8”x8” baking pan with parchment paper. A great tip is to place the baking tray on top of the parchment paper so that it fits exactly. Grease the parchment paper for easier release of the fudge when the time comes.
Add the milk chocolate chips and butter to a microwave-safe bowl and heat in 30-second intervals. Make sure you stir the mixture between each heat session. Do this until fully melted.
Next up, you will need to add the marshmallow fluff, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla. Stir until all the ingredients are combined.
Finally, add the heath candy bits (reserving some aside for the topping), and stir to combine.
Pour into your chosen baking pan, and use a spoon or knife to smooth it out.
Sprinkle the remaining Heath candy bits.
Finally, place your baking pan with your finished fudge into the fridge and leave it there overnight.
When the fudge has been in the fridge long enough, take it out and then cut it into 5 sections by 5 sections to make your 25 pieces.
Store in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
Notes and tips
Fudge may seem like a complicated thing to make, but as we have just proven, it can be easily done. Following the recipe is simple. But, we do have a few notes and tips to help you:
- Preparation is key with this recipe. Make sure that you have all the different ingredients on hand to make your fudge. This is so you can take advantage of the melted chocolate and butter so that it doesn’t start to set again.
- Make sure you always use a microwave-safe bowl when melting the chocolate and butter. If you don’t, it can cause problems with your microwave. If you don’t want to use the microwave, you can melt the chocolate over a pan of hot water. It does take a little longer but will give you the same results.
- Why not try some different flavors? You could choose to add different candy bits to your basic fudge recipe if you wish. M&Ms, smarties, or any sweets you like. You can make this really personal to you.
- You don’t even need to eat any sort of candy bits to it. You could try a play on sweet and savory and add peanuts to it or different chocolate pieces that you like, such as mint aero, crushed up kitkats, etc.
- If you are not a fan of milk chocolate, you could try different sorts of chocolate chips. Dark or white chocolate could also work well. Feel free to experiment.
- You could eat this on its own or serve a few of the pieces with ice cream to make a different type of dessert.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you make this ahead of time?
Yes, you can! It is one of those dishes that last well stored in the fridge, so you could make this a few days before you need it.
What should I serve with my Heath Toffee Fudge?
Fudge is one of those things that you can enjoy on its own, or you could make it a dessert by adding things like ice cream to it. The choice is yours.
What if I don’t have a microwave?
No problem! You can melt the chocolate chips in a bowl that you place on top of a pan of boiling water. You can then stir the chocolate and butter until it is melted. It will take a little longer, but you get the same results.
How do I store any leftovers?
There may not be many leftovers, but if there are, storing them in an air-tight container in the fridge is the best advice.
Making fudge certainly doesn’t have to be complicated, and this recipe is a great way to adapt and try new flavors. Why not give it a go yourself?
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Heath Toffee Fudge
- 12 oz milk chocolate chips
- 1 tbsp butter
- 7 oz container of marshmallow fluff
- 7 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
- 1 tsp vanilla
- Heath candy bits
- Line an 8”x8” baking pan with parchment paper. Grease the parchment paper for easier release of the fudge.
- Add chocolate and butter to a microwave safe bowl, and heat in 30 second intervals, stirring between each heat session, until fully melted.
- Add marshmallow fluff, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla. Stir well.
- Add heath candybits (reserving some aside for the topping), and stir to combine.
- Pour into a baking pan, and use a spoon or knife to smooth out. Add remaining Heath candy bits.
- Refrigerate overnight.
- Cut into 5 sections, by 5 sections, to make 25 pieces.
- Store in the refrigerator.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, is intended to serve as an estimate only, and is provided for informational purposes. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.
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