Chocolate Orange Fudge


If you like Terry’s Chocolate Oranges, you will love this Chocolate Orange Fudge. It is creamy, delicious, and has a great orange flavor.

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Chocolate Orange Fudge is an easy fudge recipe that tastes like a Terry's Chocolate Orange. This fudge recipe is fun for Christmas and all year long. #TerrysChocolateOrange  #Fudge #Christmas # Holiday #CopycatRecipes #OrangeChocolate #Candy #Snacks

Fudge has become a popular year round dessert and/or snack. When I was young, fudge was a fun and delicious Christmas and holiday tradition. My mom made fudge to share with family and friends for Christmas every year. She is an amazing cook. She made amazing fudge and so many delicious Christmas candies.

We have always loved fudge and are so glad it is always available. I love all of the different flavors available, too. I am also happy it is so easy to make. This fudge is easy to make and only requires 3 ingredients. It is so smooth and creamy! We love the chocolate orange flavor. I have always purchased plenty of Terry’s Chocolate Oranges around Christmas but, this fudge has become a new favorite. We will be making this year round and of course for Christmas.

This recipe calls for orange extract. I like McCormick Pure Orange Extract. It gives this fudge it’s delicious orange flavor. The milk chocolate chips and the sweetened condensed milk make this fudge chocolatey, smooth, and creamy. Our family has not tried this recipe using dark chocolate but, I am sure it would be fantastic. Many of us are dark chocolate fans. I will have to try that sometime soon. My husband loves white chocolate, that will be another version of this amazing recipe we will be trying in the near future.

Ingredients For Chocolate Orange Fudge:

Milk Chocolate Chips

Sweetened Condensed Milk

Orange Extract

We hope you try this fudge recipe and we hope you think it tastes nearly as delicious or even more delicious than the chocolate orange we tried to copycat. We will still be buying these at Christmastime and hoping for a couple in our stockings on Christmas morning.

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Chocolate Orange Fudge is an easy fudge recipe that tastes like a Terry's Chocolate Orange. This fudge recipe is fun for Christmas and all year long. #TerrysChocolateOrange  #Fudge #Christmas # Holiday #CopycatRecipes #OrangeChocolate #Candy #Snacks

Chocolate Orange Fudge

A delicious and easy fudge recipe.

Course Dessert, Snack
Keyword candy, chocolate, fudge, holiday, orange
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 17 minutes
Author Sweeter With Sugar

Ingredients

  • 3 cups milk chocolate chips
  • 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 teaspoon orange extract

Instructions

  1. In a medium sauce pan, melt milk chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk over low to medium low heat.

  2. Slowly melt chocolate, stirring constantly.

  3. Add orange extract when the chocolate starts to melt.

  4. Heat until melted and chocolate becomes shiny.

  5. Pour into a 9 X 9 foil lined baking dish. Spread if needed to smooth the top.

  6. Allow to set up-about 4 hours at room temperature.

  7. Cut, enjoy, and share! People love this creamy chocolate orange fudge!

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I have recently purchased a double boiler (not when I posted this recipe-later-so as an update…) which has made my chocolate melting so much better. It was easy to use and melted the chocolate so nicely. Not having to be so concerned that the chocolate would get to hot and dry out and be un-useable or burn and also be un-useable was fantastic! Even though I was not worried as much, I still stayed with my melting chocolate stirring often.

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