Total Time
Prep 6 mins
Cook 6 mins

You will understand why they call this "Million Dollar" fudge when you make it...this is wonderful fudge, made without the hassle of a candy thermometer. Note: just remember to set timer just when mixture is at full boil, and you will have the best-tasting fudge ever!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Butter 2 (9 x 9") baking pans
  2. Place chocolate chips, broken chocolate bar pieces, marshmallow cream and nuts into a large mixing bowl; set aside
  3. In a 4-quart saucepan, combine sugar, salt, butter and evaporated milk, stir over low heat until the sugar dissolves; bring to a boil, cook for 6 minutes, stirring constantly (set a timer for 6 minutes, and start the timer when mixture is at a FULL BOIL, this is very important!) Pour the boiling syrup mixture over the ingredients in the bowl, beat with a wooden spoon until all the chocolate is completely melted
  4. Separate into the two prepared pans Let stand a couple of hours before cutting
  5. Recipe variation (if desired): Gently stir in 1/2 cup Skor toffee pieces prior to pouring in to the greased pans Then gently press 2 tbsp toffee pieces in the top of fudge in the pan.


Most Helpful

DELICIOUS! I have always had trouble with my fudge getting hard, but no more. This actually turned out kinda "crumbly". I need to work on getting my time precise. This would be good with raisins and marshmallows added,too. Thank you so much!!

kellychris December 25, 2009

This was my grandmother's favorite recipe. I used to sell this in my restaurant and people raved about it. You can alter this recipe by adding crushed peppermint for the holidays.

obbates December 01, 2009

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