Easy Cinnamon Chocolate Fudge Recipe with Condensed Milk
This is such an incredibly easy recipe. My choco-holic friend refers to these as "Petite Pick me Ups". One of my husband's colleagues left the country for ever and his wife , who is a chef,  had an assortment of kitchen stuff to give away. Among the few that I took, she forced me to take bunch of chocolate she had hoarded! I was in a fix since we are not chocolate/Sweet/Dessert eaters in my house. But she insisted and armed with loads of chocolate I came home.  The one thing I knew was that I would be making something with these and giving it away to my choco-monster of a friend and parcel rest away for my husband's colleagues at work.
Easy Cinnamon Chocolate Fudge Recipe with Condensed Milk
This is such a simple recipe to put together from Giada and I had everything on hand, so made it. Needless to say - it was over before you could blink your eyes. Its Pure chocolate heaven (so the lovers say!). The previous times I made this, I stuck to the recipe but this time I changed it a bit since I had different chocolates and needed to use them. I have added my minimal changes on the side of the original recipe.
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  • Serves: 4 people
  • Yields: Makes 4-6 servings
Ingredients
  • 1 (14-ounce, 396 gms) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 pound (about 2 cups) bittersweet (60 percent cacao) chocolate chips (recommended: Ghiradelli) ( I used half of bittersweet chocolate and half semi sweet chocolate chips which is what I had on hand)
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into 1/2-inch pieces, at room temperature
  • Kosher or flake salt, optional ( I would recommend it!)
Tips
Note: You can add nuts to this if you wish. I have tried it with and without it and both have come out tasting delicious. I like walnuts better with this
Method
1. In a medium glass or stainless steel bowl, combine the condensed milk, cinnamon, and vanilla. Stir in the chocolate chips and butter.
2. Put the bowl on a saucepan of barely simmering water
3. and mix until the chocolate chips have melted and the mixture is smooth, about 6 to 8 minutes (mixture will be thick).
4. Using a spatula, scrape the mixture into a greased 8X8 pan which has been greased and lined with parchment paper.Make sure to cover it well since you will be lifting it out of the pan using the parchment paper.
5. and smooth the top. Sprinkle with salt, if using .(I did not do this for this recipe since I did not have the kosher salt on hand - no loss!)
6. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours until firm. It took me little more than that to set - I think about 3 hours.
7. You can now cut the fudge into small pieces - either right in the pan - or better remove the parchment from the pan and then cut into slices.
8. If you greased the paper well, you will see that you can easily peel the parchment from the fudge.
Cut into small pieces. These are like eating pure chocolate. Place it in a bowl and watch them disappear. Easy Cinnamon Chocolate Fudge Recipe with Condensed Milk

Recipe Reference

minimally adapted from giada's chocolate fudge

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By Gayathri on Jan 27, 2011

Mouth watering!!

My neighbor made it in my younger days, i used to crave but didn't know how to search for it.

Many million thanx.

Changes I made :

  • 10oz condensed milk
  • semi sweet raw choco brick
  • 1sp cinnamon & 1sp coffee powder
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By Gayathri Kumar on Oct 21, 2010

I tried this recipe and it came out great. As I didn't have bitter sweet chocolate I used Dark chocolate compound instead. It came out lovely and it took 1 1/2 hours to set. To see the detailed procedure click here. My daughter loved it. Many thanks to DH for sharing this wonderful recipe.

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25 Comments

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By Peter @ Feed Your Soul Too on Jan 26, 2014

This is a simple and very tasty recipe.

By Azuka on Aug 12, 2013

I love Your website and the picture step by step method. I have a blog too and do same for most recipes, makes life easier lol! Thanks for sharing!

By pia on Aug 3, 2012

:roll: lovely d.k.

By BplusS on Jul 6, 2011

:-P though i have never done any Major Cooking i loe cooking n m goin 2 try it

By smileyface on Apr 22, 2011

hi...i just love to site..its really good.i actually wanna make this fudge ,but i couldnt find bittersweet chocolate chips..is it dark chocolate...is there a substitute?im new in baking...just desperate to try it out...hope u will reply...

By bhuvanasurya2001 on Mar 21, 2011

i am going to try this recipe soon along with ur chocolate tofu pudding.. me too not a chocolate lover and my hubby is a not a sweet person too ;) anyways... shall give it a try to earn some pats from friends around ;)

By Ayesha on Aug 6, 2010

wow!! i am sure to try this one out. and yes for sure get all the brownie points by making every1 happy around meeeeee!! :-P :wink: :lol:

By Yaelian on Aug 5, 2010

Gosh,that looks so gooood!

By nishi on Aug 5, 2010

OMG!!! The fudge looks so delicious and may I use "sincious" :wink:

By Samira on Aug 5, 2010

Does this keep without refrigeration? would it be good to send as a mailed package?

By CurryLeaf on Aug 4, 2010

:-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P

By PJ on Aug 4, 2010

That's so cool!!Easiest fudge ever!Though I don't prefer chocolates,I will make this for your friend ;)

By Hari Chandana on Aug 4, 2010

OMG !!!... No words to express.. Amazing !!!

By deeba on Aug 4, 2010

That looks delicious, somewhat like Nigella Lawson's fudge!

By Sapna on Aug 4, 2010

Looks delicious and super easy to make, will definitely try!

By sowmya on Aug 4, 2010

mm delicious,...

By Cindy on Aug 4, 2010

So, um.... do you make this often? If so, I'm available for adoption. :wink:

By SD on Aug 4, 2010

Mah!!! Look at the texture ... It is so perfect. And if you want to get rid of of the excess chocolates , I am open 8) :wink: :twisted:

By Shakila Abbas on Aug 4, 2010

wOW! this looks like heaven in your mouth and is so simple to make! I have to try this asap!

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By Swapna on Aug 4, 2010

quick and easy..tempting!!pass me a couple of those plss?

By sheba on Aug 4, 2010

OMG!!!! Im in chocolate bliss!they looks awesome!

By FoodieAnn on Aug 4, 2010

Preparation looks very so simple... perfect fudge...:)

By Happy Cook on Aug 4, 2010

I love fudge and i am sure if i make this i wont' share with anyone here at home. Looks so so delicous.