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World’s Best Chocolate Fudge Recipe

My husband declared this the World's Best Fudge - that is saying a lot from a true chocoholic!

My husband has declared this to be the best chocolate fudge that he has ever eaten. Now, that is the highest compliment that he can give as he is a true chocoholic. My friend Alice made this World’s best chocolate fudge and passed her recipe to me. I am sharing it with you and advising that you consider making it this holiday season. My husband is still raving about how good it was.

I think it would make an excellent addition to your holidays and would also be perfect for gift giving!  You could package this World’s best chocolate fudge recipe into small tins or containers and give it as gifts.  I guarantee that if you have a chocoholic in your family they will love it!

Chocolate Fudge

Print Recipe


  • 2 sticks of butter 1 cup
  • 6 cups of granulated sugar
  • 1 can of evaporated milk 5 oz
  • 1 pkg Baker's unsweetened baking chocolate 8 squares melt in microwave
  • 1 bag milk chocolate chips 11.5 oz
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 jar marshmallow cream 13 oz


  • In a large heavy pan put sugar, butter,and evaporated milk.
  • On medium heat bring to a full rolling boil, stirring constantly (can scorch or burn easy). Boil for 4min. or until candy thermometer reaches 234 F.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Add-- chocolate, stir until all melted.
  • Add marshmallow cream, and vanilla.
  • Line a 13x9 cake pan with Reynolds wrap.
  • When chocolate is stiff pour in pan, let set until room temperature,
  • You can also place in refrigerator to aid in cooling.
Author: Alice Linville


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        1. Melissa , I think on this fudge recipe instead of 5oz of cream it should be a 12oz cream. Hope this is helpful!

  1. For the fudge – can I substitute a bag of mini marshmallows for the jar of marshmallow cream?
    Thank you

    1. To substitute for 1 (6 or 7-ounce) jar Marshmallow Creme or Fluff you would gently heat 1 (16-ounce) package marshmallows plus 3 1/2 tablespoons light corn syrup. Gently melt in a double boiler, stirring constantly. If you don’t have corn syrup use a sugar and water mix.

  2. 3 stars
    I couldn’t find a 13oz jar of marshmallow fluff so I used 2 7oz jars and my fudge turned a lighter color than the picture and only tastes like marshmallows. Would one extra ounce really throw it off that much?

      1. Help! My bakers chocolate comes in 4 oz box. 16 squares squares. So am I to understand use 8 oz Bakers unsweetened?

  3. I made this recipe for my nephews birthday and the 6 cups of granulated sugar was too much. I’ve found similar recipes and it only calls for 2-3 cups of sugar. This recipe was very grainy. 🙁 I don’t believe it would have gotten any better as we cooked it to boiling for 4 min or until the candy thermometer reached 234 F.
    Has anyone else had this issue with this recipe?

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