2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

Love fudge, but hate the work behind it? Well, this fudge recipe only has 2 ingredients & is so easy. And, it tastes SO GOOD!

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

I adore fudge, don’t you?

It’s kind of hard to not adore fudge.  It’s also kind of hard to not eat every bit of it when you have it on hand. Time for dinner?  Well, there’s chicken in the fridge that needs to be eaten…. oh but wait – there’s also fudge in there! Easy enough. My hips love me, y’all.  But not near as much as I love fudge.

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

Then there’s that whole thing about me where I love simple recipes – we all know that about me. Well, I’ve been playing around with a concept because I know I’m not the only one. The concept?  Creating more 2 Ingredient & 3 Ingredient recipes! Budgets are tight, time is sparse – and we really don’t want the people in the drive-thru starting to know us on a first name basis. So, I’m working hard on this – and already have a few of these ideas up on the blog…. but am working hard to develop even more.  I really think y’all are gonna love this new feature here on the Mrs!

You know what else you’re gonna love? This 2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge! Yup, you heard me right – you can make a fabulous tasting fudge with only 2 ingredients. And I promise you, it it tastes almost identical to old fashioned fudge. You know what else that’s fabulous about this recipe?  It only costs about $3 or so to make a batch!  It cost me exactly $3.23 to make this!

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

You can apply the same method as this to experiment & make a whole array of different flavors!

Here’s what you need:

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

First, melt the milk chocolate chips. I used the microwave to do this easily.

2 Ingredient Chocolate Fudge

Stir in one tub of coconut pecan frosting.

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

Line a 8×8 (or 9×9) square dish with aluminum foil & give it a quick spray with non-stick cooking spray. Spread the fudge mixture into the dish.

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

Refrigerate for about 30 minutes, or until set before slicing into pieces.  I prefer to keep mine in the fridge for storing, but it’s not absolutely necessary.

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge

I also made a Milk Chocolate Fudge by using milk chocolate chips & chocolate buttercream frosting – so yummy!

2 Ingredient Milk Chocolate Fudge

2 Ingredient German Chocolate Fudge
  • 2 cups milk chocolate chips
  • 1 tub of coconut pecan frosting (15oz)
  1. Melt the chocolate chips. I use the microwave to make it easy. Stir the coconut pecan frosting into the melted chocolate chips.
  2. Line an 8x8 or 9x9 square dish with aluminum foil. Spray it with nonstick cooking spray. Spread the fudge mixture into the dish. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or until set.
  3. Store in the fridge or somewhere cool for best results.


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  • Sheri Fredricks

    OMG! I love it!!!

  • Marsha ‘Nana’ Baker

    Yes oh yes pleeeeeease!!!

  • Raia Torn

    Sounds delicious. 😉

  • Jealith

    Getting ready to make this now. I have 11.5 oz (1 3/4 cups chips) packages and 12oz. (2 cups) packages of chips but my frosting tubs are all 16oz. Hope they still work ok. I am making a double batch as I have many neighbors to share with. I think I’ll add some nuts to this also since I am just making milk chocolate chips and chocolate frosting. It needs a little something else. I wonder if I could use Hershey’s candy bars instead of chips? I have seveal pounds of those. (I bake-A LOT, lol)

    • Lisa

      How did this turn out? My son has to make something to take to school on Monday.

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