Fudge On The Rocks

Old fashioned creamy chocolate fudge capped with boulders of chiseled chocolate rocks.

Fudge On The Rocks #Fudge by SimplyGloria.com

I love everything about fudge…

Homemade fudge.

Fudge with a creamy marshmallow-y kind of texture.  It’s all about the texture.

And, melt-in-your-mouth kind of fudge.

Which all happens to be right here– Fudge On The Rocks!

Fudge On The Rocks SimplyGloria.com #FudgeThe possibilities are endless when creating fudge.

If you’ve never attempted to making fudge.  Don’t delay any more!  It’s really fun and actually pretty simple.  

If you’ve been around me for a while, you’d already know I don’t use candy thermometers.  Not saying I’m a pro at eye balling the situations.  (Although, I kind of am!)  

But… I like to make things that are simple.  Besides, not everyone has a candy thermometer laying around in their kitchen.  At least, I don’t.  (When my boys were younger, they thought it was a toy…enough said.)

Fudge On The Rocks #Fudge SimplyGloria.com

You can be really creative with a simple chocolate fudge recipe… like this one I’m sharing with you today. 

Especially by adding a little bit of some specialty candy pieces, like these ChocoRocks

Fudge On The Rocks ~Made with chocolate rock candy! #Fudge

Fun chiseled rock chocolates pieces!  

Fudge On The Rocks ~ SimplyGloria.com #Fudge

When you pour the melted chocolate fudge into a (lined with parchment paper or aluminum foil) pan, add the fun candies right on top!  

 Fudge On The Rocks by SimplyGloria.com #Fudge #chocolate

After the fudge has cooled and set, you have yourself some Fudge On The Rocks!

Enjoy, my friends!

Fudge On The Rocks
Old fashioned creamy chocolate fudge capped with boulders of chiseled chocolate rocks.
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  1. 2/3 cup evaporated milk (not sweetened condensed milk)
  2. 1 2/3 cup granulated sugar
  3. 1 teaspoon vanilla
  4. pinch of salt
  5. 1 1/2 cups mini marshmallows
  6. 1 1/2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips (I used dark chocolate chips.)
  7. 3/4 cup chiseled chocolate rock pieces (found in the specialty candy isle or online)
  1. Bring milk, sugar, vanilla, and salt to boil over medium heat. Cook for 4 minutes, stir constantly. Remove from heat.
  2. Pour over marshmallows and white chocolate in a large mixing bowl. Stir until all combined and the chocolate chips and marshmallows are melted.
  3. Spread the fudge mixture into a lined 8 inch by 8 inch baking dish. Line the pan with parchment paper or aluminum foil. (It makes it so much easier to lift and cut.)
  4. Immediately put on the rock candy pieces on top of the fudge. Gently pat down onto the top to press them into the fudge.
  5. The melted chocolate mixture will immediately start to cool. Set off to the side and let it set up for about 30 minutes. Or set into the refrigerator for 20 minutes.
  6. May be stored at room temperature for up to 5 days in a closed container. Enjoy!
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You may also like another homemade fudge recipe…

Baby Ruth Fudge

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  1. says

    I have a bottle of those chocolate rocks sitting in my pantry. I was going to use them for a bulldozer cake for my boys….but, that thought is long gone! Now I know what I can use them for! Great pictures Gloria! This fudge is super fun and I love the name! You’re so good…
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    • says

      Tahny, you’re so funny. I do the same thing. Buy something for the intention of using the something and never do!
      You are always so kind, thank you!

  2. says

    This is one amazing fudge Gloria! It looks so pretty and those cute chocolate rocks sound awesome 🙂 This would make a great holiday gift and surely bring a big smile to anyone getting to take a bite out of these fudgy beauties 🙂 Pinning and hope you enjoy the rest of the week!
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  3. says

    I know Ryan and I would love a piece of this fudge, but my eight year old nephew (who loves all things rocks) would go bananas! Such an inspired idea!

    • says

      Zainab, it is easier than you think. I promise. I bet when you make some homemade fudge, you’ll be like: Why didn’t I make this a long time ago?! You’ll love it! Have a happy Sunday night! (=


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