microwave fudge.

easy, delicious, made in the microwave fudge.


This is an old post of ours.  We are putting it back up here because it uses Halloween candy, is delicious, and is something you will want access to in the next few weeks.   And we know that wading through dozens of recipes can be annoying, so we hope that you find this one easily because it’s at the top of the recipe lists now, and use it to get rid of some of that extra Halloween candy.  Enjoy!

I had doubts about this recipe for microwave fudge.  And I still think those doubts were legitimate.

You don’t bake anything worth baking in the microwave.  It just isn’t done.  It can’t even really be called baking, can it?  

But, I shut my mouth and bit on some homemade microwave fudge.  Because my daughter made it.  And I wanted to be a good mom.

Turns out trying to be a good mom was the correct choice.

Because I was wrong about this fudge.  Which I was actually really thankful for!  I didn’t want to have to eat a piece of disgusting fudge.  And it turns out I didn’t have to; because the fudge was actually pretty darn good!

Now, this fudge isn’t quite as amazing as the kind I make when spending hours in the kitchen making fudge from scratch for Christmas.  But, as we’ve mentioned many times before on NellieBellie, sometimes it’s okay that something is just a wee bit less amazing than it could be if it means you have the time for other awesome things.

Like drinking lattes or hot cocoa.


This fudge is good and, it was made in the microwave.

By my 15 year old.

Granted…she’s a bit of a genius in the kitchen, but still. It’s good, and takes only minutes!

you need the recipe;  it is too good for me to keep to myself.
and you need to try this.
and then tell me what YOU think.
…maybe I just needed chocolate that day.

Microwave Fudge. Believe it. It’s good!

Microwave Fudge. Believe it. It’s good!


  • 1 1/2 bags semisweet chocolate chips
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 stick of butter


  1. 1.put ingredients in a large microwave bowl
  2. 2.cook it up in the microwave until it's melted, stir sometimes. I'd recommend stirring every 30 seconds or so. This takes about 4-5 minutes
  3. 3.when melted, remove from microwave (careful not to burn yourself!)
  4. 4.stir in some caramel sauce and chopped Halloween candy
  5. 5.pour into a greased 8 by 8 pan
  6. 6.cool
  7. eat the yumminess

 What did you think?? Pretty good…isn’t it?? What a simple and easy way to make fudge…in the microwave!

Love this? Pin it for later! I’ve even made it easy…

If you like this recipe, you might also enjoy:

candy corn punch
candy corn fruit cups
peppermint fudge
mini pavlovas
chocolate chip cookies
cinnamon buns



  1. Stephanie Michaels says

    This looks so delish! We are having a cookie recipe linky party and I would love for you to share these ; ) It’s at swtboutique.blogspot.com if you would like to. Thanks so much

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