Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge is a simple fudge recipe using chocolate, hazelnuts, sweetened condensed milk and of course a Nutella swirl because we’re all about Nutella here!
I love fudge! I just don’t like making fudge the ‘proper’ way. Too much can go wrong and mine never sets. That’s why I LOVE this ‘cheats’ fudge recipe that is only three ingredients that you can adapt to any flavour!
The base recipe of sweetened condensed milk, chocolate and vanilla extract has been adapted many times on Lights, Camera, Bake!. From my M&M Fudge to my Chocolate Swirl Fudge to most recently, Mars Bar Fudge!
If you’re a fan of hazelnut chocolate, you’re in luck! This is the ultimate sweet treat that combines the two in perfect harmony.
I even chose to replace the regular chocolate with hazelnut creme filled chocolate. I used the Cadbury hazelnut creme chocolate but you could use any hazelnut creme chocolate. Another option is to simply stick to regular chocolate and rely on the roasted hazelnuts and Nutella swirl for the hazelnut factor.
I hope you enjoy the Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge and I truly hope you give this recipe a go and remember to rate and report back your results in the comments below. I love reading your comments! Also #lightscamerabake on Instagram for a chance to be featured and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more fun baking videos!
Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge is a simple fudge recipe using chocolate, hazelnuts, sweetened condensed milk and of course a Nutella swirl because we're all about Nutella here!
- 397 g Sweetened Condensed Milk 1 Tin
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1/4 Cup Nutella
- 300 g Hazelnut Creme Chocolate (Or regular chocolate)
- 1/2 Cup Roasted Hazelnuts, Chopped
- 1/3 Cup Nutella
Line an 8"x8" pan with baking paper.
Melt the chocolate, 1/4 cup Nutella, condensed milk and vanilla together in a large saucepan.
Stir through the roasted hazelnuts and pour into the prepared pan and spread in an even layer.
Top with the remaining Nutella and swirl through the top with a knife.
Place in the fridge to set. Mine was firm enough to slice into pieces in one hour but you could let it set it in four hours to have a solid fudge.