As a child, then adult(ish) living in the UK, I was always concerned/saddened/appalled/horrified by the lack of S’mores going on around here. S’mores are such a quintessentially American thing, but not something you see around these parts, although I have started making my own under the grill. Then I realised a few weeks ago that Tunnock’s teacakes are basically S’mores and I’ve been eating them my whole life. Weird.
This homemade S’mores Chocolate Fudge is possibly the most decadent thing I’ve ever made! Huge chunks of rich fudge made with plain chocolate and condensed milk are packed with digestive biscuit pieces, marshmallows and marshmallow fluff. The fudge is so creamy and chocolatey, and the crunchy biscuit is a great contrast with the gooey marshmallow.
Every bite is packed full of marshmallow, crunchy biscuit and rich silky chocolate. Just like a classic S’more, but this version is perfect to make-ahead, and great to give as gifts in a cute box. With only a handful of ingredients, this fudge could not be any easier to make. A simple, yet delicious and stress-free dessert perfect for kids and adults alike!
A simple combination of melted chocolate and condensed milk is the base for this recipe, and while it’s not fudge in the traditional sense, it’s also a no-bake, easy recipe that takes hardly any time and is fun and safe for kids to help make too.
Just a note – these are giant pieces of S’mores Chocolate Fudge – they’d be absolutely perfect to make (and so easy too!) for a lovely homemade gift (setting aside one or two for yourself of course!). But if you’re making them for yourself, you can cut them into smaller pieces and you’ll get around 35 pieces instead of 20.
- 550g plain chocolate
- 1 can (397g) condensed milk
- 100g mini marshmallows (plus a few more to decorate)
- 10 large white marshmallows
- 10 digestive biscuits, broken into small (1cm ish) pieces
- 2 heaped tbsp marshmallow fluff
- First, break your chocolate into smallish squares and pop into a large microwave proof bowl. Heat on high at 30 second intervals, stirring after each burst, until it's fully melted. At this point, be sure that you're marshmallows and biscuits are ready and to hand (and the biscuits are broken up!) as once the condensed milk is added, the fudge thickens quickly.
- Pour in the condensed milk to the melted chocolate, and quickly stir in the marshmallows, fluff and biscuits, reserving a small amount to decorate the top. Pour into an 8x8 inch tin, and push into the corners, then push on more marshmallows and biscuits to decorate the top. If you'd like, drizzle with another couple of squares of melted chocolate, and a little sea salt is divine too!
- and stir in condensed milk, then add marshmallows, fluff and biscuits. Biscuits need to be already broken up as the fudge sets fast. Pour into an 8 inch square or similar pan greased with a little vegetable oil.