Simple toffee (Heath) fudge!

Do you ever just want something sweet and homemade but don’t have the energy to put something fancy together? In my case, my wife asks me to make her fudge… and I don’t mind because really, its quite easy!

I made a variety of fudge for my family for Christmas, but one of the favorites was the toffee fudge.

Seriously, people were hoarding it and fighting over it. No worries, no one was hurt in the process 🙂 Just a lot of family fun!

But because I had made so many different types of fudge, I couldn’t remember the exact recipe for this one…. Yikes!

So I tried it again and got so many compliments on it. 🙂

What you will need:

1 bag of semisweet chocolate chips

1 can of Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk

1 bag of Heath bits – you can use the ones with or without chocolate (for this recipe, I used the one with chocolate)

Sauce pan

Baking sheet

Parchment paper

Here is what you do:

Get a baking sheet or pan ready and lined with parchment paper.

Take out a sauce pan and empty the bag of chocolate chips and can of sweetened condensed milk into the pan.

Turn the heat on to medium and mix consistently until the chocolate chips are melted and mixed well with the sweetened condensed milk. (You MUST mix a lot or else the chocolate will burn!)

Once it is melted and mixed well, add about half of the bag of toffee bits and continue to mix in.

Next, pour the mixture into the lined pan and spread out.

Top with remaining toffee bits (push them down) and refrigerate for a couple of hours.

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When it has set, take out the parchment paper, cut up the fudge and enjoy!

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Perfect for last minute desserts, office parties, or just to keep in the fridge for your family to snack on!

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This photo only shows about half of the fudge that the recipe made. There was so much, I could not close the tupperware!

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