Mint Chocolate Fudge

Mint Chocolate Fudge | A simple fudge recipe that looks fancy and tastes amazing!Mint Chocolate Fudge | | A simple fudge recipe that looks fancy and tastes amazing!

One of my favorite desserts to make is this super easy fudge.

It seems, like it’s almost impossible to screw up.  And there are so many different things that you can do with it.  It’s like a blank canvas.  I’ve made it so many different ways now (you can check out my fudge recipes here) that I tend to think that I won’t have another one in me.  But then I will be laying in bed at night and more fudge will creep in.

Let’s call it a gift and not an obsession, kay?

Mint Chocolate Fudge | | A simple fudge recipe that looks fancy and tastes amazing!

My basic formula that I use is one can of sweetened condensed milk and 3 cups of chips.  And then of course, you can split that between two different flavors and make a fun swirled flavor.

That’s what I did here, and it turned out even better than I had imagined.  Mint and chocolate is one of my favorite combos.  The bright flavor of the mint and the richness of the chocolate balance each other perfectly.

Mint Chocolate Fudge | | A simple fudge recipe that looks fancy and tastes amazing!

Mint Chocolate Fudge


  • 1 1/2 cups milk chocolate chips
  • 1 1/2 cups white chocolate chips
  • 1 14 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tsp mint extract
  • green food coloring


  1. Line an 8x8 pan with foil so that it is sticking out over the edges.
  2. In two separate sauce pans, both over medium low heat, melt the white chips and the chocolate chips.
  3. Add half of the sweetened condensed milk to one and half to the other.
  4. Stir both pans until they are fully melted.
  5. Add the mint extract and the green food coloring to the white chips and stir until fully combined.
  6. Remove both pans from the heat and add a few spoonfuls at a time of each one to the pan. Continue adding randomly until both sauce pans are empty. Shake the 8x8 pan a little to make it even. Very gently run a butter knife a few times through to give it a swirled effect.
  7. Refrigerate overnight. Pull the foil (with the fudge) out of the pan and away from the fudge. Cut into square pieces. Serve or store in an airtight container.

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  1. Cathy says

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  2. Sweetdee says

    I was making this and when I added the sweetened condensed milk both chocolates thickened up and stayed thick… so I put it in the pan and tried to spread it out best I could. It’s in the fridge now and I’m afraid I’ve probably botched it – I have no idea why, seems like such an easy recipe!

    • says

      How did it end up? The sweetened condensed milk definitely thickens it, and you have to move somewhat quickly at that point to swirl it in the pan, but it should still be okay.

  3. Erin says

    I had the same problem with the condensed milk thickening it too much. I wasn’t able to make a pretty swirl and the chocolate mixture wasn’t smooth by the end. On a related note, any tips for getting green food coloring off of your fingers? It was apparently leaking around the lid…

  4. Mayanka says

    Hi Can you please or anyone help me with the exact weight in grams for 1 1/2 cup of chocolate chips?


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