I have discovered a new word! Sweetaholic! Definition: Me. I have a major sweet tooth - but I'm also OCD with brushing my teeth...so it all work out. When I saw this recipe for no bake Reese's fudge on the Six Sisters Stuff blog, (they adapted it from Crazy for Crust) I knew I owed it to my taste buds to try it out. Plus, no baking is my kind of cooking! I made these for a party and they were almost all gone before dessert time even came around! This is one of the best and easiest desserts I have ever made!
I initially cut the fudge into squares but after emerging from my bliss/sugar coma, I cut the remaining pieces smaller. I would recommend an inch all around for a more manageable sugar spike in energy.
Let me know how you like it!
- 22 individual and unwrapped Reese's peanut butter cups (I used the snack size available at Dollarama)
- 3 cups milk chocolate chips
- 1 (14 ounce) can of sweetened condensed milk
1. Line an 8" x 8" baking pan with tinfoil.
2. Spray the tinfoil with cooking spray.
3. Unwrap 16 Reese's cups and place them in an even layer in the pan.
4. Combine the chocolate chips and the condensed milk in a saucepan. Cook under low heat stirring frequently until they are melted together.
|Combining the chocolate chips and the condensed milk. WARNING: Do not even think about trying this. It is SO SO good. You won't have any left for the fudge!|
5. Pour the melted chocolate chip mixture over the Reese's cups, spreading the mixture evenly.
6. Unwrap the remaining six Reese's cups and crumble them over the the pan. I just used my hands to crumble the pieces but you could also put them in a plastic bag and mash them with a cup.
7. Cover the pan with plastic and place it in the fridge for a minimum of one hour.
8. Cut into small pieces and you're ready to serve! We're going through a heat wave, so I kept any leftovers in the fridge so they wouldn't melt. I then had to bring them into work because I was eating them all! YUM!