Irish Cream Double Chocolate Truffle Fudge

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

I found this recipe a while ago and decided to share. It is so rich--the recipe originally called for nuts, but honestly you do not need them. This fudge is heavenly and besides, not everyone likes nuts. Of course you may add them by stirring in the fudge mixture or pressing into topping. I hope you enjoy! 8)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. To make: Melt the chocolates together, stirring until smooth; remove from burner.
  2. Blend in the 2 tbsp butter then Irish cream, beating until smooth.
  3. When fudge is even, spread over and chill.
  4. Spray a 8-inch square pan with cooking spray, setting aside for now.
  5. In a saucepan, melt the chocolate and butter until soft the smooth.
  6. You do NOT want to over-heat!
  7. Stir mixture.
  8. Combine the chocolate mixture with the sugar and cream.
  9. Continue stirring until mixture is smooth.
  10. Pour mixture into pan.
  11. Smooth the top of fudge by laying piece of plastic wrap, pressing carefully and evenly.
  12. Prepare the topping as noted above.
  13. Evenly spread topping over fudge and chill for a few hours before cutting.
Most Helpful

So very yummy! Make sure you cut the squares small though, as it is very rich too.

Heather W. May 22, 2009

WOW! Easy and DELICIOUS! Can you tell we loved this? It is very rich, so a little goes a long way.

Connie K December 27, 2006

very good and rich! the bailey's was very prevalent, i don't know how you couldn't taste it! hubby loves irish cream so i made this for him for thanksgiving. came out very nice. thanks!

Jessica K December 04, 2006