This Rocky Road Fudge recipe is just about one of the easiest fudge recipes you will make. And don’t let the snobby cooks scare you into thinking that you need a great deal of patience and a fancy candy thermometer to make fudge! Making fudge does not have to be hard. This delicious holiday treat comes together in just minutes, in the microwave, and sets well in a few hours in the fridge.
The fudge is a delicious combination of sweetened condensed milk with dark chocolate and miniature marshmallows. The fudge has a lovely crunch that comes from the roughly chopped almonds and a bit of saltiness from the coarse sea salt.
It’s time to make the Rocky Road Fudge.
I made this fudge in the microwave. One thing that I LOVED about it is that the addition of the marshmallows in the bowl, when the chocolate is melting, gave the mixture a lovely consistency that made it not only easy to stir, but also to blend, mix and pour into the prepared pan. It is, by far, the easiest fudge I have ever made.
Each bite of this delicious sweet treat has a hint of vanilla, the sweet taste of marshmallows and the rich decadent dark chocolate. This recipe is sure to become a family tradition for the holidays, when the family cries “mum, please make some rocky road fudge!”
The biggest problem you will have is not devouring the whole pan as soon as it has set. IT IS THAT GOOD!! There is just something about all those ingredients that just seem to go together as though they were made for each other!
If you love the memory of hot chocolate with mini marshmallows in it, you are in for a nostalgic treat with this delicious Rocky Road Fudge. My husband, who loves Rocky Road ice cream declared this as his favorite fudge. That is high praise coming from a man who is not fond of fudge.
This Rocky Road Fudge is perfect for Thanksgiving, perfect for Christmas…awww heck…it’s just perfect for any occasion. Promise!
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