Best ever Fudge recipe condensed milk - Best Milk Recipes

Best ever Fudge recipe condensed milk

I don’t think I discussed quite what I did for Father’s Day this year. I didn’t mean to NOT talk about it, I just forgot….which is pretty much the norm these days. So here’s the horror that went down:

I got up early Sunday morning to make breakfast for my husband. Brooke picked the menu and made sure I understood that I was to wake her up “super early” so we could make the eggs, bacon and crepes together before Gord woke from his deep slumber.

I woke her up at 6:30 the next morning and guess what. She rolled over and said “can you make the food and then wake me up when it’s done?

Thanks for leaving me high and dry, girlfriend.

So, I made crepes as quietly as I could for about 10 minutes before Blake wakes up. This was not planned.

I continued making crepes while trying to keep a starving 1 year old quiet…a rather impossible task, but I do my best.

The crepes were done around 7:10 and I moved onto the bacon and eggs. By this time, I hear Gordon go into the bathroom. Almost immediately thereafter, I hear this conversation:

Brooke calling out while still cuddled warm in her bed: “Daddy?”

Gordon calling back: “yeeeeeees?”

Brooke responding: “GO BACK TO BED!”

At this point, I conclude that the element of surprise is ruined. I sort of saw it coming though. Out of the two of us, he most definitely is the morning person. Brooke comes out of hibernation to tell me to hurry up because her father is in fact awake. Thanks kid. Thanks.

7:30, things are all done and we bring him the obvious breakfast in bed.

He starts to eat when Brooke requests that she too will be requiring breakfast in bed. Between the two of them in my bed and Blake in the middle, I should have seen the chocolate sauce from the crepes getting onto my white sheets. But alas, I did not.

Gord opens his gifts and we got him his favorite party game, telestrations. We also made him a ‘we love you because’ jar and wrote out reasons we loved him and attached them to his favorite mini chocolate bars.

Sometimes, I pull cute stuff together. WhatcanIsay?

ANYWAYS, after breakfast everyone takes their time getting ready for church and I spend the majority of the time doing dishes and getting my kids ready. I literally then have 10 minutes to pull my hot mess of a self together, so I throw on some clothes, tie my hair back, put my taller boots on cause ain’t nobody got time to shave and do my makeup in the car. #motherhood #ohthejoys #thisseriouslyhappened #mylifeladiesandgentlemen

Oh, at some point during this mad dash, I also sliced these bars up because I wanted to bring them to church to share with all the other Dad’s…because I didn’t want them in my house aaaaaaand I’m nice like that. #ilovefood

Good news. We made it to church on time. I think I felt semi-peaceful there, but it’s hard to tell between my cranky {teething} baby and my daughter who refuses to whisper.

A great great day had by all. Except maybe me.

So, what’s to conclude? I should not have brought the fudge to church because by the end of this crazy day, a whole pan of this is exactly what I could have used.

This stuff could totally be my crack. It’s only 3 ingredients, takes minutes to make and is the epitome of glutton. AKA, my new bff.

Here’s how you make them:

Start by lining a square glass dish with foil and lightly spray with non-stick cooking spray. Then….are you ready for this?…..line the entire bottom of the pan with Reese’s.

That’s right. YOU HEARD ME.

Then, take some chocolate chips and stir together with a whole can of sweetened condensed milk. Microwave this for 2 minutes or so, stirring every 30 seconds until it’s completely melted.

Like so!!

Spread this over those peanut butter cups and smooth the top.

Then, because I’m ridiculous, chop up a few more Reese’s and press these into the top of the fudge.

And that my friends is how you make the easiest fudge in the world.

Refrigerate it, cut it into bars and serve. Can you see the peanut butter cups in these? Totally amazing!

I brought these to church for Father’s Day to share with all the Dad’s and they went quick. At least according to my husband they did. So score!

If you’re addicted to chocolate and peanut butter my certain people in my life….cough cough Gordon….then you must try this fudge and change your life. It’s the easiest way to make it and it will turn out every.single.time. Thanks to Crazy for Crust for the idea!

Carnation Carnation Evaporated Milk-12 oz, 12 ct
Grocery (Carnation)
  • 12 x 12oz per can
  • Vitamin D added
  • A must-have for holiday baking. Adds extra creaminess and richer flavor.
  • Replaces drinking milk in recipes. Ease one for one milk substitution.
  • Great for baking and everyday use!

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