Condensed milk fudge ( easy 3 ingredient fudge recipe & variations)

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Festive season is here !! Spirits are high !! Will is strong to make something sweet for my family but not enough time on hand. Is that your life story too? Don’t you worry my Condensed Milk fudge comes to the rescue in such situation. Only 3 main ingredients and 5 minutes is all you need to make an easy dessert . And the possibilities are endless. No stove top cooking required for making this fudge . Just one bowl and a simple microwave does the trick. I promise that this fudge is as rich and delicious as the traditional fudge recipes.

Oh how I love microwave for making quick and easy desserts. My all time favorite being this –

Microwave Indian Triple Chocolate Kalakand recipe and

Microwave 10 minute Double chocolate walnut fudge recipe.

If you are not a Microwave fan , feel free to make them on the stove top. Instructions given in the recipe.

I have been contemplating over many recipes this past month. Wanted to share so many recipes with you guys !! Especially Ras Malai , Malpuas and Jalebis.  But yes there is always a but!! This past year have been so hectic with my baby. It’s as if I am competing with time. Cooking daily meals is overwhelming and I can barely manage it.

Can’t even think of making elaborate sweets. I can only dream about them. I try to share at least one recipe a week with you. Frustration is setting in ( Post Partum depression 🙁 ) but I am hanging in there. I tell myself everyday ” This isn’t permanent .Life is going to be better. Just a matter of time. Make most of the present. ”

Cooking, taking photos , writing is a lot of work but that’s the only way to connect with a sweet audience like you. After a long crazy day with two kids, daily chores when I open my laptop and blog I feel so satisfied. Sharing is my way to unwind. Thank you for being a part of my world!

Coming back to this super easy fudge recipe.

Old Fashioned Fudge vs Condensed Milk Fudge

Traditionally the old-fashioned fudge is made by stirring in milk, sometimes evaporated milk , chocolate / cocoa , sugar flavoring in a sauce pan. Cooking it on a low flame . This method requires constant stirring so that the mixture doesn’t burn and avoid crystallization of sugar It also requires to cook the fudge mixture to a certain temperature. Hence you will require a candy thermometer as well to make old-fashioned fudge. Some recipes even use marshmallow cream to make fudge.

Good new is that Condensed milk fudge requires only 3 main ingredients for the base.

It really just comes down to –

  • Sweetened Condensed milk
  • Choice of chocolate ( white , semi-sweet  or dark)
  • Flavoring of your choice

No thermometer or pro candy making skills needed here. Fudge can be done in a microwave or on a double boiler within minutes. No constant stirring required to make fudge using condensed milk.

 There are so many fun and delicious variations you can try using this basic white chocolate fudge recipe.

GET CREATIVE  with fudge flavors and add ons .

Fun add ons –

You may fold in some nuts, dried fruits, chocolate chips, pretzel bites, cereal , caramel bits in the fudge base.

Play with Flavors –

You can even try different flavoring other than just vanilla.

I love lemon extract, any fruit extract, peppermint extract , citrus zest .

Color your fudge –

You can color white chocolate fudge with oil based color or adding dried food grade powder . Do not use any water based food color or purees as it will seize the chocolate. Go natural and use a bit of turmeric for yellow, matcha for green . You may use freezer dried fruit powder that are readily available in super market. Have fun with vibrant colors from beet, pitaya , blueberry, raspberry powder and many more.

Spice up your fudge –

Choose from wide variety like pumpkin spice, chai spice, lavender , pepper , saffron , cardamom.

Ideas and possibilities are endless here. You are just limited by your imagination.

Today I will show you how to make this Indian fudge aka burfi using condensed milk fudge as a base.

It’s a Indian fusion sweet recipe. It is so easy to make Burfi with condensed milk and tastes absolutely rich and delicious just like the traditional one.

I have added Indian popular spice mix Thandai powder to make this Indian style fudge.

Thandai powder is made of ground peppercorn, cardamom, fennel, melon seeds, poppy seeds , rose petals.

It’s actually consumed as a drink by mixing it in milk and served chill on hot summer days.

Holi – Indian festival of colors actually marks the beginning of Thandai fever.

So when I made this easy burfi recipe for Holi, I thought why not share this Indian Fudge recipe with you.

What I like about this recipe is balance of flavors. 

As white chocolate fudge is really sweet the Thandai powder spice mix really cuts that sweetness. If you do not have thandai powder mix you may add a little bit of each ingredient separately. If all ingredients are not available then a little black pepper, cardamom, saffron, fennel will do .It works like a charm!! Do top it with some roasted chopped nuts .

Fudge makes great edible gifts for your friends and family. It is even cheap on the pocket and budget friendly sweet. Most importantly a big batch of this fudge comes together in 10 minutes and no mess.

How long will condensed milk fudge last?

Condensed milk fudge will last about 2 weeks at room temperature in an air tight container and about a month if refrigerated.

You may individually wrap each fudge piece, place it in an air tight container and freeze it for 3-4 months.

How to make quick and easy burfi with no cook microwave method?

All you need to do is combine sweetened condensed milk and white chocolate in the microwave and melt it together.

Stir in your favorite toppings and set it in desired mold.

It is that simple!!

How does fudge taste ?

It is firm to hold but once you bite into it , it just melts in your mouth.

Fudge tastes rich and delicious in every bite.

As I have added Indian spices and flavoring it tastes exactly like a burfi but made in a super simple way. 

The fudge recipe that I am sharing with you today is not too soft and not too hard. I feel it’s just right .

Feel free to adjust the quantity of chocolate –

1/4 cup less chocolate for softer fudge.

1/4 cup more chocolate for a harder fudge.

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Given below is the base recipe of White chocolate fudge followed by how I made a variation using Indian spices (Thandai Mix).

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Condensed milk fudge

3 main ingredients and 5 minutes prep time is all you need to make this rich and decadent fudge. This fudge recipe has endless variation. Get creative! Makes great edible gifts or last minute treat for pot luck and parties. 
Course Dessert
Cuisine Fusion
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Chilling time 4 hours
Total Time 5 minutes
Adjustable Servings –48
Calories 87kcal
Author Khushboo

Ingredients

For basic fudge recipe

  • 14 oz i.e One can Sweetened condensed milk not evaporated milk .
  • 21 oz / 600 grams good quality white chocolate chips (3 cups approx)
  • Flavoring of choice

Variation –

    Indian spiced Thandai fudge burfi

      For folding inside the fudge mixture-

      • 1 tablespoon thandai powder syrup won’t work
      • Pinch of ground black pepper *
      • ¼ teaspoon cardamom *
      • Generous pinch of saffron *

      For topping the fudge

      • 1 teaspoon Rose petals
      • ¼ cup chopped roasted pistachio
      • ¼ cup chopped roasted almonds

      Instructions

      • Line a 7 or 8 ” square pan with parchment paper or wax paper. Double line it for easy removal of the fudge.
      • In a Microwave safe bowl heat up condensed milk for 1 minute. This will loosen it up a bit.
      • Now stir in white chocolate to the same bowl.
      • Microwave white chocolate chips and the sweetened condensed milk together on high for 1 minute, stirring every 30 seconds until chocolate is completely melted.
      • Take it out of the microwave. Let it stand for 5 seconds and gently stir.
      • Repeat the process of microwaving in 30 seconds increment until the chocolate melts completely and the mixture is smooth.
      • Give a light stir after each 30 seconds.
      • It took 3 minutes in total to melt the chocolate chips.
      • Once melted add in the desired flavoring.
      • Add in desired toppings.
      • Scoop the mixture in the lined pan and level it with a spatula or back of a spoon.
      • Top it with any reserved toppings if desired.
      • Cover it with cling wrap or foil and place it in the fridge to firm up for 3-4 hours.
      • After it is set, take it out of the pan and with a sharp knife cut into squares.

      For Thandai Fudge ( Indian burfi )

      • Add Thandai powder to the sweetened condensed milk in step 2 after you warm up the condensed milk for the first time. Stir / whisk until lump free.
      • For rest follow the procedure above.

      Notes

      Check out my other delicious dessert recipes here .

      For variations, possibilities, topping ideas refer to the details in the post.

      Make 48 servings 1″ pieces . 

      Store the fudge in airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks or in the fridge for up to 4 weeks. You may individually wrap each fudge piece, place it in a air tight container and freeze it for 3 months.

      Not a microwave fan!

      Then cook it in a sauce pan on a low flame stirring often to avoid any burning or sticking of chocolate at the bottom.

      Alternatively you may use a double boiler method to melt the fudge mixture. 

      For Indian Spiced Thandai Fudge –

      I have added saffron, cardamom, black pepper in addition to thandai powder which elevates the taste of the fudge even more. Black pepper cuts the sweetness of the fudge. It’s completely optional.

      Nutrition

      Calories: 87kcal | Carbohydrates: 11g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 5mg | Sodium: 20mg | Potassium: 62mg | Sugar: 11g | Vitamin A: 25IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 46mg
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