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Baileys 5-Minute Fudge

Rated as 4.67 out of 5 Stars
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"This fudge only takes five minutes and it's a perfect dessert or gift to give!"
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Ingredients

1 h 15 m servings 519
Original recipe yields 12 servings (2 3-inch loaf pans)

Directions

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  1. Grease two 3-inch loaf pans with cooking spray.
  2. Place all chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk into a large pot and cook over low heat, stirring until melted. Remove from heat and add in the Baileys. Stir until smooth and add in 1 cup hazelnuts and currants.
  3. Divvy the fudge between two 3-inch loaf pans. Sprinkle the tops with flaky sea salt and remaining 1/2 cup hazelnuts. Let fudge set at room temperature.
  4. Once set, remove from the pans, slice thinly, and serve on vintage plates.

Footnotes

  • Stay Stylish, Drink Responsibly. Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur. 17% Alc/Vol. Paddington Bottling Co., Norwalk, CT.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 519 calories; 29.1 63.1 7.6 21 261 Full nutrition

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Wow, this is super good and super easy to make. I used pecans in place of the hazelnuts and left out the currants because I don't care for any fruit in my fudge. Will make again.

Most helpful critical review

Very thick, hard to cut, and I like my quicky microwave fudge (dark cocoa, butter, powdered sugar, milk and vanilla) recipe much better. I couldn't even taste the Baileys, so a waste of good Ir...

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Wow, this is super good and super easy to make. I used pecans in place of the hazelnuts and left out the currants because I don't care for any fruit in my fudge. Will make again.

Super easy and delicious fudge! I did omit the currants, who knew they would be so hard to find but I did use hazelnuts. The Baileys is the perfect addition to the fudge too, not sure I would wa...

Super easy and foolproof! It was a last minute decision, so I used a combination of milk chocolate, semisweet, and white chocolate chips which is what I had on hand. It still turned out great! A...

What an ingenious way to use Baileys! And easy and yummy too. I couldn't find hazelnuts anywhere, so I substituted toasted almond slivers. I also couldn't find currants but my husband isn't a...

this was ok. i didn't add the hazelnuts or currants. the 1st time i made it i used dark chocolate chips as the recipe calls for. i didn't care for it. dark chocolate was overpowering. the 2nd ti...

This was my second try in many years at making fudge. My first try was microwave fudge, which gets A+s for ease. This recipe, while not hard is definitely more work intensive than the microwave ...

My coworkers loved this amazingly sweet treat! Not super boozey, any flavor of Baileys can be used. I used Salted Caramel! Super quick and easy!

Simple fudge recipe that proves to be very versatile! Loved the chocolate & Baileys Irish Cream flavor combo. We substituted walnuts and raisins for this recipe since currants were hard to find ...

I haven't "officially" tried this yet ... just licked the spoon ... YUM! One reviewer said she couldn't really taste the Bailey's so I upped it to 1/2 cup. I was afraid it might not set, but...