Milky Way Chocolate Fudge

Candy · Desserts · January 4, 2014

Delicious Milky Way Chocolate Fudge recipe on { lilluna.com } So soft! Ingredients include milk chocolate chips, milky way bites, and marshmallow fluff.

Hi, it’s me Lily…. again!

I’m back after two weeks of no blogging. I liked having a break, but I’m so excited to be back because I have a very yummy recipe for you today. It’s called Milky Way Chocolate Fudge. I told you that my favoritest candy in the whole world is Milky Way! They are so good!! We decided to put them in fudge and it was delicious! We actually made some more today, and I can’t wait to eat some. 🙂

If you like chocolate, and you like Milky Way, and you like fudge, then you’ll like this recipe. 😀

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We’ve made fudge a few times and it can sometimes be tricky. My mom says you just have to practice lots. She said if you cook it for too long on the oven it doesn’t always work, so be sure not to cook it too long! 😉

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Milky Way Chocolate Fudge
 
Ingredients
  • 1 bag Milky Way bites
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ½ cup heavy cream
  • ½ tsp. salt
  • ½ cup butter
  • 2½ cups milk chocolate chips
  • 1 tub marshmallow fluff/creme (7 oz)
Instructions
  1. We started by cutting all the Milky Way bites in fours.
  2. Then we put parchment paper on the 9x9 pan. This keeps the fudge from sticking to the pan.
  3. Put the chocolate chips and marshmallow fluff in a big bowl. Set aside.
  4. In a pan melt the sugar, heavy cream, salt and butter on medium heat until it starts to boil. Cook for 3-5 minutes (do not let it cook so long it starts to brown).
  5. Pour the hot stuff into the bowl of chocolate chips and mix with the blender until it's smooth and soft.
  6. Mix (fold) in half the Milky Ways. Pour into your pan.
  7. Sprinkle the rest of the Milky Ways on the top. Put in the fridge for 3-5 hours to let it set.

Delicious Milky Way Chocolate Fudge recipe on { lilluna.com } So soft! Ingredients include milk chocolate chips, milky way bites, and marshmallow fluff.

Delicious Milky Way Chocolate Fudge recipe on { lilluna.com } So soft! Ingredients include milk chocolate chips, milky way bites, and marshmallow fluff.

{We added caramel on top too but my mom said you guys shouldn’t do it because it makes it more messy!}

I can’t wait to share more yummy treats with you this year!

I hope you can come back again soon for more yummy treats from me.

Love, Lily

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Paula

That fudge looks yummy! Love your blog!

tanya

I love the swirled caramel on top Lily! Looks like this was a real success!

Deborah

Milky Ways are one of my favorites – I know I’d devour this!!

Corinne

I really love fudge and would love to make this but we don’t get marshmallow fluff in South Africa. What can I substitute it for? Or can I just use normal marsh mallows?

Jodi

I love milky ways too Lily

Wanda Donnell

I love the creaminess of this fudge. I just had a problem with the Milky Ways melting too much
where you couldn’t really see the caramel. Also I can’t figure out why it separates with an oily
looking mixture on top? I wondered if I cooked it too long or got it too hot? Any ideas? Love the
taste though!

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