I love a good s’more roasted over a campfire. But sometimes, s’mores are just so messy! I wanted to be able to enjoy the sweet treat with less mess, so I created this s’mores fudge. With only four simple ingredients, this s’more fudge is so easy to make and the whole family will love it. If you are looking to enjoy s’more year round, but this s’mores fudge on your list of recipes to make.
Why you’ll love this easy fudge recipe without condensed milk
- This fudge is made without condensed milk! It’s made with much healthier tahini to soften the chocolate.
- This makes very little mess! S’mores can be so messy and less accessible. This fudge can be kept in the refrigerator for a sweet treat anytime you want.
- It’s freaking delicious. Just trust me on that and make this recipe today.
Here’s what you’ll need to make it
- Loaf pan
- Sauce pan
- Silicon spatula
- Parchment paper
Ingredients & substitutions
- Milk Chocolate – you can also use a darker chocolate without sugar, but if you do, I would sweeten with a little maple syrup.
- Tahini – you can substitute with your favorite nut butter.
- Graham crackers
How to make this S’mores fudge recipe
Step 1. Melt the chocolate and tahini over low heat, stirring constantly. Once melted, remove from heat.
Step 2. Crush graham crackers and chop marshmallows and stir into the chocolate, until fully combined. Pour chocolate mixture into a parchment lined loaf pan. Refrigerate for 2 hours or more.
Step 3. Cut into pieces and enjoy! It will last in the refrigerator for up to two weeks, but I’m sure it won’t last that long!
FAQs about fudge
The word fudge originally meant nonsense. It is believed that fudge was created on accident, when someone “fudged” an attempt at making caramel.
Fudge is best stored at room temperature for 2 to 3 weeks wrapped up in its original wax paper. NEVER REFRIGERATE your fudge as this will draw out the moisture and leave you with dry, crumbly fudge.
Fudge should be stored in a dry, dark, and cool area away from direct sunlight, like a cupboard or pantry, and not on your kitchen counter. If you need to store your fudge for much longer, freezing is a great option.
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More healthier dessert recipes:
- 1 Sauce Pan
- 1 loaf pan
- 1 silicon spatula
- Parchment paper
- 2 Cups Milk chocolate chips
- 6 marshmallows chopped
- 3 graham crackers crushed
- 1/2 Cup tahini can sub nut butter
- To your sauce pan, add the chocolate and tahini. Over low heat, melt the chocolate and tahini, stirring constantly, until smooth. Chop the marshmallows into small pieces. Crush two of the graham crackers into large chunks. Mix the marshmallows and crackers into the chocolate, and pour into a parchment lined loaf pan. Crush the remaining graham cracker on the top and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Slice and enjoy. Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.