Abunch of hungry trick-or-treaters at your door? Our four-ingredient Halloween fudge is quick and easy to make and so ghoulishly delicious you might feel tempted to eat the entire batch yourself. We microwave sweetened condensed milk, and purple candy melts to make the fudge and use crushed meringue kisses and Oreos for garnishing. To customise the recipe, add nuts, dried fruits or chocolate chips. We also created pretty printable trick-or-treat favour boxes, which you can download in this DIY. Want more Halloween treats? Check out our Oreo Nutella truffles, Oreo Milkshake and Bad Bat Biscuits, or try our recipe for delicious homemade meringue kisses!
Watch the video tutorials for step-by-step instructions and be sure to make double batches of this spooky and easy fudge!
More from The Rose and The Raven Halloween Collection
Check out the links below for more fun and creative Halloween themed recipes, crafts and printables.
- Learn all about The Rose and The Raven Halloween collection
- Printable Trick-or-Treat Favour Boxes
- Giant Two-Toned Paper Flowers
- Halloween Brookies with Candy
- Printable Cookie Envelopes
- Raven Cakes Bites
- Printable Window Cake Box
- Printable Wall Art
- Purple Autumn Flower Arrangement for Halloween
More chocolate treats
Want more delectable chocolate recipes? Then try out these yummy treats:
The Halloween fudge looks adorable packaged in cute printable Trick-or-Treat favour boxes. Download the free printable and learn how to assemble them in this easy DIY.
Halloween Fudge with Meringue Kisses and Oreos
We used pre-coloured candy melts to achieve a deep purple hue. You can also use white candy melts or white chocolate and chocolate- or oil-based food colours. If preferred replace the candy melts white milk chocolate, dark chocolate or peanut butter chips.
- 1 can (400 g / 14 oz) sweetened condensed milk
- 500 g (18.6 oz / 3 cups) purple candy melts (We used Rainbow Dust Purple Colour Melts. Wilton Candy Melts Lavender work fine as well.)
- 40 g (1/2 cup) crushed meringue kisses
- 4 – 5 (1/2 cup) Oreos, crushed without the white filling
- baking spray or butter to grease the tin (pan)
- aluminum foil
- printable Trick-or-Treat favour boxes
- 20 cm (8 in) square baking tin (pan)
- microwave-safe bowl or jug
- rubber spatula
- cutting board
- sharp knife
1) Prep the cake tin
Line a 20 centimetre or 8-inch square cake tin (pan) with foil and let the foil overhang on two sides. Spray with cooking spray and set aside. It’s important to set up the tin (pan) beforehand as the fudge needs to be poured immediately.
2) Melt the candy melts
Pour the sweetened condensed milk into a microwave-safe bowl or jug, and add the candy melts. Give the ingredients a stir and heat in the microwave on high in 30-second intervals until the melts have completely melted. Carefully stir the mixture between each interval.
3) Cool the fudge
Pour half of the fudge into the prepared tin and sprinkle with crushed meringues and Oreos. Top with the rest of the mixtures and more meringue bits and Oreos. Leave to cool in the fridge for several hours or overnight.
4) Cut the fudge
Lift the fudge out of the baking tin (pan) and cut into small squares. Package the Halloween fudge in our printable treats boxes and let the trick-or-treaters come knocking.
Materials: chocolate, sweetened condensed milk, Oreo cookies
Storage and shelf life of the Halloween fudge
Store the Halloween fudge in an airtight container at room temperature for up to a week.
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