Monday, January 13, 2014

Five Minute Dark Chocolate Coffee Fudge

This Five Minute Dark Chocolate Coffee Fudge is ridiculously easy to make.

This Fudge take 5 minutes to make and includes only three ingredients that are probably already in your pantry.  Coffee really brings out the chocolate in this old fashioned silky smooth fudge. Soooo rich. You can always substitute different chocolate for different flavor. Gluten-free, too!


1-14-oz can Sweetened Condensed Milk
2 Tbsp espresso granules (or instant coffee)
1/2 Tbsp water
12 ounces dark chocolate (65-70% cacao), chopped

1. Heat condensed milk in saucepan over medium heat.
2. Dissolve espresso granules in water. Stir into condensed milk.
3. Add chopped dark chocolate, lower heat to simmer (be careful not to burn). Stir just until until melted and smooth.
4. Pour into oiled 8x8 inch pan. Chill in fridge until set (about 2 hours).
5. Cut into squares.


~~louise~~ said...

Oh my, Janet. This fudge recipe could be oh so deliciously dangerous!!! Thanks for sharing...

Eleanor said...

How much water? Could I skip the espresso granules and use Kahlua liquor instead?

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake said...

I shared a very similar fudge today! I'd never made a microwave version and didn't have high expectations, but everyone loved it. Love yours, too!

Janet Rudolph said...

Jayne, it's 1/2 Tbsp water.. and I guess you could use Kahlua, but I don't think 1/2 Tbsp will have as big an impact on taste as the coffee.. I have a Kahlua fudge recipe somewhere.

The Squishy Monster said...

Love and simple and yummy these are!

Rena Jones said...

Sounds wonderful!

Anonymous said...

Hi! Wouldn't this be milk chocolate fudge?