If you love candy and homemade fudge, you have to try this recipe. This amazing Copycat Twix Fudge Recipe with real Twix bars is going to be the best treat to share with your friends and family. Make it for when you are craving fudge, make it for holidays and make it just because you want it.
Copycat Twix Fudge
This recipe will be quick and easy to follow. Along with the directions are a few simple ingredients that you can find at your nearby grocery store. This delicious Copycat Twix Fudge made with milk chocolate chips and of course, Twix bars, may become a favorite with its creamy texture and sweet Twix flavor.
I love giving food as gifts for different times of the year, whether it is for Christmas or for birthdays. I save my favorite recipes, the ones that are always asked for, for just such occasions. This fudge recipe made from scratch is definitely going to be one of those things that I will be giving out this holiday season. If you like to give out food gifts too, you need to consider adding this Fudge to your 101 Food Gift Ideas.
How Long is Chocolate Fudge Good For?
If stored in airtight container, chocolate fudge will be able to last within two weeks at room temperature. If stored correctly in your refrigerator, your fudge should be good to eat for at least two or three weeks. If you were to store your fudge in the freezer though, your fudge would be good for a long time, but for best quality, try to consume within 3 months.
Do I Have to Refrigerate Fudge?
You do not have to store your fudge in the refrigerator. You can leave your fudge at room temperature if you would like or even in the freezer. For a longer lasting fudge, put in your refrigerator or freezer because it would extend the time you can eat it, but you can choose to keep it out.
If you do not like the taste of fudge straight from the fridge, because it does tend to be a little bit harder than room temperature fudge, you can let it sit out for a short time. Another option is only to keep one small square out of the refrigerator at a time. This way you can enjoy the room temperature fudge when you want it, and know that the rest of the fudge will last longer and be there when you want it.
The most important thing about storing fudge is to make sure it is stored in an airtight container. When the fudge is exposed to the air, it can become hard and not taste as great.
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- Lorna Doon or Pepperidge Farm Chess Cookies
- Milk chocolate chips
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Vanilla extract
- Twix Candy Bars
How to Make Twix Fudge
Line your sheet pan with foil and spray evenly with cooking spray and set your oven to 350 degrees.
Use either a food processor or large size bag and add in cookies to crush them. Mix in the crushed cookies with your melted butter and mix well.
Press your mixture into the bottom of the 8 inch pan and place in the oven to bake for 7-10 mins. Be sure that it doesn't brown and remove from oven and allow to cool.
Combine together the chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, butter, and vanilla extract in a bowl that can be safely put in the microwave..
Melt your chocolate chip mixture of ingredients in the microwave for 25 second on half power. You will want to burst, stir or whisk after each one until the ingredients are completely melted.
Pour your melted chocolate mixture into the pan and add the chopped Twix by gently pressing into the chocolate.
Put foil over your pan to cover and put in the refrigerator until the fudge is firm.
When ready to serve. Put your fudge on the surface of a cutting board and slice into 1-2” pieces and dig in!
More Delicious Fudge Recipes
If you love fudge, but hate paying the insane prices, you have to save these recipes. Not only are they absolutely amazing and make awesome food gifts, you can make the for less than a square of traditional fudge when you buy it when you are o vacation. Fudge is really easy to make and it isn't that expensive to make. Save yourself some money and enjoy these delicious fudge recipes.
If you love candy and homemade fudge, you have to try this recipe. This amazing Copycat Twix Fudge Recipe is going to be the best treat to share with your friends and family. Make it for when you are craving fudge, make it for holidays and make it just because you want it.
- 2 cups Lorna Doon or Pepperidge Farm Chess Cookies
- 3 cups milk chocolate chips
- 2 tablespoons melted butter
- 14 ounce sweetened condensed milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 cups chopped Twix Candy Bars