Rocky Road Fudge~ A Family Favorite

Today I am sharing one of our very favorite family Christmas recipes~ Rocky Road Fudge! 
It is one of the easiest things you will ever make… and oh my goodness is it delish! 
I got this yummy recipe from my dear friend Nicole a long, long time ago and we have been making it ever since! 
It only takes a few ingredients, and under ten minutes to make!
{I made a bunch to give to friends this year for Christmas and it hardly took me any time at all.}
 I am going to share the recipe that I use {which is actually double the original recipe}, because it makes a nice, thick 13×9 pan of fudge that looks gorgeous when cut into squares. 
4 T butter
4 cups chocolate chips
2 14-ounce cans of sweetened condensed milk
2 1/2 cups chopped walnuts
2  10-ounce bags of marshmallows
1 tsp. vanilla
On medium to medium high heat, melt butter in a big, deep pot until mostly melted. Turn heat down to low. Add chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk, stirring over low heat until creamy. Remove from heat as soon as creamy~ do not over cook.  Add vanilla. Then, stir in walnuts and marshmallows. Pour into your dish of choice {fits perfectly in a 13×9}, lightly greased or parchment lined.  
For my little Christmas gifts I used those paper loaf pans you can purchase online or in specialty stores. I was lucky and found these at TJMaxx! 
 I put my fudge in cellophane bags and tied them with cream rick rack, super thick baker’s twine, and a fun wired red puffy ball ribbon. 
So easy, and so yummy!
In the next couple of days I hope to show you pictures of my craft room. Here is a little sneak peak with my dress form all dressed up for Christmas.
Happy Baking!!


  1. says

    Mmmmm…this looks delish! And your pictures are gorgeous! Who wouldn’t want to sample fudge made with all of those yummy, picturesque ingredients!!??

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