When I find a recipe I like, I always find ways to make a million variations I’ll love. This easy salted caramel fudge recipe is exactly that. One of the best variations of my easy fudge recipes ever made!
Salted Caramel Fudge
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we have recently decided that fudge is the new dessert of choice for both a little taste of sumthin-sweet or for a gift. This awesomely tasty salted caramel fudge was a teacher appreciation gift that I am, personally, jealous of. One taste and I was in loooove.
Seriously, the way the salt, chocolate and caramel flavors come together is so stunningly wonderful, I wish I’d kept this batch of fudge for myself–and sent the teacher something not as fabulous. But, alas, we do love our teacher this year, so I just snuck a couple squares of fudge and sent the rest to school…Sigh…
If you’re ready to make salted caramel fudge that you’re sure to love, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Chocolate Caramel Fudge
- Making caramel flavored fudge is ridiculously easy. You’re just going to melt your white chocolate chips with your sweetened condensed milk and then fold in your food coloring. No sour cream, no candy thermometer, no evaporated milk, just chocolate and sweetened condensed milk and food coloring. Let that set up and then do the whole chocolate layer. It’s ah-mazing. Top with some large-crystal salt and BAM! It’s magic.
- To make sure you can get your fudge out of the pan, the easiest thing is to use parchment paper sprayed with cooking spray. Do not, however line your pan with foil–it will stick to the fudge. #lessonlearned
- When you cool your chocolate caramel fudge, you can let it sit on the counter and set to room temperature or you can put it in the fridge and let it chill. Either will work, but the fridge is much faster.
- You can modify your decadent fudge recipe in a number of ways. To make your fudge unique for any holiday or event, just add some fun pops like:
- Marshmallow Cream (or is it Marshmallow Creme?!) Swirled
- Peanuts (turn it into a Snickers Fudge recipe…mmm…)
How Do I Make this Salted Caramel Fudge?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
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More Easy Fudge Recipes You Might Like
- Red Velvet Fudge – This is just a fantastic staple recipe for the fudge-enthusiast. I love everything about it, it’s just so smooth and creamy!
- Caramel Pecan Fudge – If you haven’t tried this easy fudge recipe with pecans, you don’t know what you’re missing–it’s like paradise on your tongue.
- Snickerdoodle Fudge – One of the most requested recipes in my house. It’s like a burst of cinnamon and chocolate right there on the sweet spot!
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