This decadent Triple Chocolate Turtle Fudge features three different types of chocolate and an ooey, gooey caramel center that is hard to resist! Great for gift giving and the holidays!
There is nothing I look forward to more than the holiday season! It’s truly the most magical time of year: decorations, spending time with the kids and making treat after treat after treat! My favorite thing to make and share with friends and family during this special season is fudge. It’s so easy to make and I haven’t met a person yet who doesn’t love fudge.
Today I’m sharing this amazing Triple Chocolate Turtle Fudge recipe – so decadent, so rich, so wonderfully scrumptious, you’re going to want to share it with everyone you know.
One of the things I love about this fudge recipe is that it’s a cooked fudge but does not require a candy thermometer. It’s impossible to mess up and tastes like the fudge you buy in candy stores. Maybe better.
It starts with Challenge Butter. Made with 100% real cream, it’s my butter of choice. Sugar, evaporated milk, and three different types of chocolate: semi-sweet chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, and milk chocolate (in the form of Hershey’s chocolate bars). Did your mouth just start watering? I know mine did! It’s super fast and every time I make it I get requests for the recipe.
There’s a lot to love about this fudge but that ooey, gooey caramel layer is my favorite. The picture above shows the fudge at room temperature. If you chill the fudge, the caramel will be completely set up, which can be a good thing for cutting into pieces.
The three different types of chocolate make this fudge seriously impossible to resist.
I do hope you give this fudge a try! Happy holidays!
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