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CADBURY Holiday Chocolate Fudge


1 hour 15 minutes
Skill Level
64 (1-inch) squares

As a decadent and festive treat, this CADBURY Holiday Chocolate Fudge recipe is hard to beat! Featuring melted CADBURY ROYAL DARK Chocolate Bars and dotted with CADBURY Milk Chocolate Mini Snowballs throughout, this rich, dark fudge has a delightful crunch. And it's simple to make, even for beginners. Get cozy and bring the family together for a fun family movie night snacking on CADBURY Holiday Chocolate Fudge. Or wrap a few squares as individual cheer gifts for neighbors, delivery drivers, teachers and more!  Make your holiday cookie and treat tray merry and bright with these easy holiday dessert treats that capture the festive flavors of the season!

Ingredients & Directions

Prep Time
15 minutes
Chill Time
1 hour




Equipment Needed 
square pan Square Pan
Microwave Safe Bowl Microwave Safe Bowl
Microwave Microwave
Rubber Scraper Rubber Scraper
Refrigerator Refrigerator

Line 8-inch square pan with foil, extending foil beyond pan edges. Remove wrappers from chocolate bars; coarsely chop.


Place chopped chocolate and sweetened condensed milk in large microwave-safe bowl.  Microwave at medium (50%) 30 seconds; stir.  If necessary, microwave at medium an additional 15 seconds at a time, stirring after each heating, until chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth when stirred.  Blend in vanilla, if desired. 


Stir in about 1 cup chocolate candies; spread evenly in prepared pan.  Immediately sprinkle surface with non-pareils.  Top with remaining chocolate candies, pressing in lightly.  (Candies can be randomly sprinkled over surface or arranged in rows for easier cutting.)


Refrigerate about 1 hour or until firm.  Lift fudge from pan using foil as handles and place on cutting  board.  Cut into squares.  Store fudge in cool, dry place. 

Variation:  CADBURY DAIRY MILK Chocolate Bars or a combination of CADBURY DAIRY MILK  Chocolate Bars and CADBURY ROYAL DARK Chocolate Bars to equal about 2 cups chopped  chocolate may be used.

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