This 5 ingredient foolproof Mint Chocolate Chip Fudge recipe with sweetened condensed milk, white chocolate chips, and peppermint extract tastes just like mint chocolate ice cream. No candy thermometer required.
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll probably notice that I love my library. Not only is it just 5 minutes away, I can borrow almost any book I want. If my library doesn’t have it, I can request it from any library in my county and have it delivered. Recently I discovered I can also borrow DVDs of TV shows. Now that Parks and Rec is officially over, I decided I’m going to start watching The Office again. After dinner, I like to curl up on the couch and watch TV. Right now I just finished up season 5 and am waiting for seasons 6 and 7 from the library. I also like to treat myself with some dessert, so I’ll pop a new disk into the DVD player, grab my blanket, and grab a piece (or two) of my Mint Chocolate Chip Fudge. Five ingredient fail proof fudge that tastes just like mint chocolate chip ice cream (side note – they look more minty green in person than in the photos, promise!). I’ve been on a mint chocolate chip kick lately. First my mint chocolate chip cupcakes now this fudge. I even have one more mint recipe coming up soon. Sometimes when I get into a flavor kick, I try to turn everything into that flavor #sorrynotsorry. This fudge is almost like ice cream though! Super creamy, super minty, super chocolate chip-y. The best part is you don’t to worry about it melting all over you (unless it’s 90 degrees outside. Then all bets are off).
I gave up on the whole “make fudge the old fashioned way” idea as there’s too much room for error. Candy making can be so finicky sometimes. Instead, I opted for the foolproof way with chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk. As long as you keep the proportions the same, this fudge method doesn’t fail. The best part? You don’t even need a candy thermometer!
You do need a little bit of patience melting down the white chocolate chips. I probably stirred for a good 5 minutes until they melted. You do not want to rush this part as white chocolate is more sensitive when melting. I also froze the semisweet chocolate chips you stir in as the heat will cause the chocolate to melt. No worries if you forget to freeze; you’ll just have a chocolate swirl throughout the fudge than chocolate chips.
Source: Adapted from Nestle
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