Once you try this Nutella Fudge recipe, you’ll never be able to go back. There’s nothing not to love about this snack, it’s soft, gooey, and full of chocolate greatness. With also only 3 ingredients, how more heavenly can it possibly get?
Nutella Fudge Ingredients
- Milk chocolate chunks or chocolate chips — I advise you to use milk chocolate if you’re a sugar lover, but if you want to keep it moderately sweet, go for semisweet chips instead.
- Nutella hazelnut spread — Try not to use any limitations because this is the main component to our fudge.
- Sweetened condensed milk — Easily found at the canned aisle of any grocery store, unsimilar to evaporated or regular milk.
Can You Microwave Nutella?
- Avoid microwaving your Nutella in the container it comes in.
- Even when you tear the foil cover off of your jar, it’s hard removing all of it since bits of it usually get stuck to the sides, which will inevitably flicker inside the microwave.
- The jar being made out of plastic makes it not safe for the microwave.
- You will be mixing your Nutella into the melted chocolate, therefore you won’t be needing to microwave it.
How to Make Nutella Fudge
1. Grease your casserole dish or baking sheet with nonstick spray or cover in parchment paper.
2. Melt your chocolate chips in the microwave, making sure to stir it every 30 seconds until smooth, this will take about a minute and a half. The microwave is more convenient and faster, but you can also use a double boiler to melt your chocolate.
3. POINTER: your microwaved bowl might be hot, so grab it with caution.
4. Mix Nutella with your now melted chocolate, and pour in the condensed milk.
5. Once combined, spoon your mix into your sheet and use a spatula or spoon to even out the surface.
6. Stick in your fridge to harden for 2 hours at the least.
7. Then remove your fudge from the sheet and transfer it to a cutting board, where you will be cutting it into even squares using a chef’s knife.
How to Store Homemade Fudge
Storing your fudge in the fridge will make it last longer, but you can also keep it at room temperature.
- If kept at room temperature, it will last you 1 to 2 weeks.
- If kept in the refrigerator, your fudge can last 1 month.
- Your Nutella fudge should be stored in a sealed container, like a freezer bag or a rubbermaid container. To keep your squares from sticking together, space them with some parchment paper in between each.
Don’t lose this delicious recipes:
- 2 cups of milk chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup of Nutella
- 14 ounces (1 can) of sweetened condensed milk
- Cover an 8 inch casserole dish or a baking sheet in parchment paper. Put that to the side.
- Melt your chocolate bars or chips in the microwave, making sure to stir it every 30 seconds.
- Mix in your Nutella, and pour in your condensed milk.
- Once combined, transfer to the sheet and use a spatula or spoon to even out the surface.
- Stick in your fridge for 2 hours at the least.
- Remove your fudge from the sheet and transfer it to a cutting board, where you will be cutting it into even 1 inch squares.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 10 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 398Total Fat: 18gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 26mgSodium: 99mgCarbohydrates: 56gFiber: 2gSugar: 53gProtein: 7g
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