Three ingredient fudge

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Like the title of my post said, this recipe has only three ingredients… 2 tablespoons of butter, 2 cups of chocolate, and 1 can of sweetened condensed milk. And, it is ridiculously easy to make….you just melt the chocolate, then mix everything together. So the other night, when I had a craving for fudge, it was actually faster for me to whip up a batch than to drive 5 minutes to the Chocolate Factory (for real…there is a Chocolate Factory Store five minutes away from us, on Main Street… we are regular customers) So after I put the kids to bed, I went straight to the kitchen…
Anyways, for those of you poor unfortunate souls who don’t have a Chocolate Factory five minutes away, here’s a recipe.

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Dump everything in a pot and melt on low heat. I ended up using a cup of milk chocolate pieces, and I added a cup of semisweet chocolate chips. I also added two tablespoons of butter.

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I lined the pan with parchment paper first. (That way it would take less time to get it out of the pan and eat it. That’s me, planning and thinking ahead for the future!)

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Here it is, melted. If you can actually wait until it has melted to taste it, try a spoonful…(come on, like you weren’t thinking about it already)

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Then once you have mixed everything together, pour it into a pan….

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Now, here is the part I didn’t really think through before I made my decision not to get in the car to pick up fudge…you have to wait for it to harden! Dang.
The recipe says 2 hours, but I can tell you now that 2 hours of cooling time didn’t happen. Its good to eat after an hour, even if it is a little gooey!

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This recipe turned out so well, that I had to share some with friends, and bring some to work to share! Yes, that is how little will power I have…
Anyways, it is by far the best fudge recipe I have tried, and also the easiest! Enjoy

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