Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe

This Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe brings two of your favorite winter desserts together. Hot cocoa and rich fudge topped with marshmallows! The perfect holiday party recipe.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of International Delight.

This Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe brings two of your favorite winter desserts together. Hot cocoa and rich fudge topped with marshmallows! The perfect holiday treat.

Is there anything more comforting than a mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter day? How about a glass of thick, rich eggnog while sitting next to a crackling fire? Guess what, it finally dipped below 70 degrees here in Northern California. Yippee!

You know what that means. . . I can actually enjoy all of the winter activities and traditions. Like hot chocolate and eggnog. I just love a mug of hot chocolate on a cold day, especially after months of 100+ degree weather!

I don’t always know when the craving is going to hit me. Luckily International Delight now has Hot Chocolate and Nog. For hot chocolate, just heat and serve. And the Nog has been a great addition to my morning coffee!

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This Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe bring two of your favorite winter desserts together. Hot cocoa and rich fudge topped with marshmallows! The perfect holiday treat.

So what should you serve with a warm mug of International Delight Hot Chocolate? Hot Chocolate Fudge, of course! And I’ve got you covered because this Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe is super quick and easy. It takes just a few simple ingredients and is made in the microwave.

It is perfect for parties and edible holiday gifts. This fudge gets a lot of ooooohs and aaaaahs. Not just because it tastes awesome but everybody loves that it looks like a mug of hot chocolate in fudge form.

This Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe brings two of your favorite winter desserts together. Hot cocoa and rich fudge topped with marshmallows! The perfect holiday treat.

So go get some International Delight Hot Chocolate and Nog. You can find it with the seasonal products in the dairy section of your local grocer. The Hot Chocolate comes in Milk Chocolate or Dark Chocolate. And the Nog is available in Classic or Vanilla.

This Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe bring two of your favorite winter desserts together. Hot cocoa and rich fudge topped with marshmallows! The perfect holiday treat.

Bring on winter. Bring on the holidays. Bring on jingling bells. Bring on snow. And bring on hot chocolate mustaches on smiling faces.

I’m ready.

This Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe brings two of your favorite winter desserts together. Hot cocoa and rich fudge topped with marshmallows! The perfect holiday treat.

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Microwave Hot Chocolate Fudge
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Ingredients
  1. 2 Cups Dark Chocolate Chips
  2. 14 ounces Sweetened Condensed Milk - divided
  3. 1 Cup White Chocolate Chips
  4. 1½ Cups Mallow Bits (mini hot chocolate marshmallows)
Instructions
  1. In a microwave safe bowl; combine white chocolate chips with 3 Tablespoons sweetened condensed milk.
  2. In a separate bowl; combine dark chocolate chips with remaining sweetened condensed milk.
  3. Line a square 9x9 pan with foil and generously grease with butter or shortening.
  4. Microwave dark chocolate 30 seconds, stir. Microwave 15 seconds then stir vigorously until chocolate is smooth. Transfer mixture into prepared pan and spread into an even layer.
  5. Microwave white chocolate 30 seconds. Stir until smooth. Spread mixture on top of dark chocolate layer.
  6. Top with mini marshmallows then gently press down.
  7. Refrigerate at least 4 hours to set.
  8. Remove fudge and foil from pan. Carefully peel all foil from fudge.
  9. Cut fudge into bite sized pieces and serve.
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This Hot Chocolate Fudge Recipe brings two of your favorite winter desserts together. Hot cocoa and rich fudge topped with marshmallows! The perfect holiday treat.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.

Comments

  1. Auntiepatch says:

    Did you take some time off or did I miss some of your blogs for some reason?

  2. What a great idea! And it’s so cute too. Love the ID Nog!!

  3. Carly Holtzman says:

    It’s a great recipe! Can you freeze it and how long does it last? Also is there a substitute for the condensed milk?

    Thanks

    • Nicole Harris says:

      Thanks Carly! I know some folks freeze fudge but I personally do not like the consistency of fudge after it has been thawed out. So I never freeze it. As far a a sub for condensed milk, that would be an entirely different fudge recipe. Their are many recipes that do not use sweetened condensed milk if you do a google search or look on pinterest 🙂

  4. Rondee says:

    Any ideas on how long these would stay fresh sealed air tight and put in the frig?

    • Nicole Harris says:

      I eat my batches of fudge for about a week. After that they tend to get stale.

  5. Lucy Renard says:

    I love the sound of this fudge! I can’t wait to make some for Christmas. How long does it keep? Xx

    • Nicole Harris says:

      I always eat my fudge within a week at most. After that it tends to get stale tasting.

  6. Jackie says:

    Can you find those mini marshmallows anywhere or do I need to try a certain p;lace?

    • Nicole Harris says:

      Hi Jackie! Yes, you can find these at most grocery stores in the marshmallow or hot cocoa section. Enjoy!

  7. Jess says:

    Could I mix this fudge into a mug of hot milk and expect a hot chocolate drink? Or would that not work? It’s probably to dense to melt in milk.

    • Nicole Harris says:

      Gosh, I don’t know. I have never tried that. I totally should have! Let me know if you give it a try.

  8. April says:

    I am wondering if you could substitute peanut butter chips for the white chocolate?

    • Nicole Harris says:

      I have never tried to melt pb chips so I can’t say for sure. Let me know if you give it a try 🙂

  9. Shannon says:

    Most of the white chocolate chips I have tried taste really “off”. The brand I recommend (& so does America’s test kitchen) is Guittard brand Choc-au-Lait chips. They have a lovely creamy vanilla flavor & no odd chemical notes. I will be using it to try out your recipe which sounds wonderful! Thanks!

  10. Hi!

    The recipe looks great! I dont have a microwave..could I melt everything au bain marie and for how long?

    Greetings, Caroline

    • Nicole Harris says:

      Yes, the double boiler method should work fine. I can’t say for how long because I do not use that method. Enjoy!

  11. Stacey says:

    Hi, could I use milk chocolate instead of dark, I have some in the fridge to use up. Or does it need dark to take away the richness of the white?

  12. I love chocolate and this is really too delicious thank you for sharing

  13. How do you store this? Just wrap in wax paper/foil on the counter? Or can it just sit out if it’s for a day? I don’t want it to dry out for tomorrow’s party:)

    • Nicole Harris says:

      I cover it with plastic wrap to keep it from drying out. You can leave it on your counter or in the refrigerator. If you do refrigerate it just take it out 1-2 hours before the party to soften. Enjoy!

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