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Orange chocolate fudge is the perfect treat for Christmas. Just 4 ingredients and 7 minutes is all you need to make this dreamy treat your reality. Sweet, creamy chocolate fudge with a hint of orange. This chocolate orange fudge recipe is a delicious twist on a classic fudge. Follow my tips below when making this recipe.
To make this orange chocolate fudge, all you will need are these 4 tasty ingredients: dark chocolate, sweetened condensed milk, the zest of 1 ripe orange, and butter. That’s it.
Orange Chocolate Fudge Back Story
Eating chocolate fudge in Scotland
This tasty chocolate recipe is the delicious result of our trip to Edinburgh and all of the fudge we ate along the way. Our trip to Edinburgh looked something like this: arrive, check-in to our swanky hotel, try fudge for the first time, fall in love with said fudge, eat fudge for the rest of our trip… You get the picture! It was really fun and we highly recommend you take a trip there one day if you get the chance.
What was it about the fudge that made us fall in love during our stay in Edinburgh anyway?
We love fudge because of the flavor – of course. However, there was more to it. Walking around the quaint streets of Edinburgh, seeing the fudge shops along Royal Mile , the colors, the scents, the cozy cold weather. (Oh did we mention it was Winter and it was very very cold in Edinburgh when we visited?!)
It was all perfect – which is why we absolutely recommend traveling to eat. Check out this post about eating our way through Tuscany to see what I mean.
Tips For Making Chocolate Orange Fudge
This recipe is super simple recipe, but here are a few tips.
- Make sure to keep stirring
- Use low heat so it doesn’t chocolate orange fudge doesn’t burn.
- Butter your dish well or line with parchment paper so it is easy to remove.
How To Make Orange Chocolate Fudge:
- Gather ingredients
- Put the ingredients in a pan and put over low heat.
- Whisk with a wooden spoon until the mixture melts and combines.
- Pour into a bottomless buttered mold and refrigerate for an hour.
- Remove from the fridge and cut into 12 rectangular pieces.
Besides this recipe being delicious and easy, here are some other reasons you should add making this orange chocolate fudge recipe to your family’s Christmas to-do list :
- Christmas gift for your kids’ teachers? Perfect.
- Looking for a stocking stuffer idea that everyone will love? Done.
- Think it’s so sweet to give homemade, edible Christmas gifts but hate spending hours making Christmas cookies? Problem solved.
- Looking for a romantic treat to share with your husband in bed on Christmas morning? Look no further.
Looking for more tasty Christmas cheer? We’ve got you covered with these recipes!
- Caramelized Apple Galette des Rois
- Biscuits Roses de Reims Cheesecake Recipe
- French Spiced Apple Pastry Choux Christmas Tree
- One Bowl Brownies
Orange Chocolate Fudge Recipe
Orange Chocolate Fudge
Orange chocolate fudge is the perfect treat for Christmas. Just 4 ingredients and 7 minutes is all you need to make this dreamy treat your reality.
- 7 oz dark chocolate (70%)
- 6 oz sweet condensed milk
- 1 tbs butter
- 1 medium ripe orange zest
Put the ingredients in a pan and heat on low heat.
Whisk with a wooden spoon until the mixture melts and combines.
Pour into a bottomless buttered mold and refrigerate for an hour.
Remove from the fridge and cut into 12 rectangular pieces.
Alix & Hugo Strickland Frénoy are a married couple, recipe developers, photographers and lifelong explorers. They created A Hedgehog in the Kitchen to share their passion for healthy, French & International recipes and to inspire you to make simple and delicious homemade food. They also share Parisian restaurant and hotel recommendations as well as their travel adventures on the blog. The blog is home to 200+ articles featuring farm to table recipes, free meal plans & printables to help you become a better homecook and travel recommendations to help you experience Paris and abroad like a local. Sign up to receive 2 free recipes per week as well as food travel tips gathered from our adventures.
This post was updated February 2019