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02 April 2021

Chocolate and Marshmallow Mini Egg Fudge - Easter Bakes

If Easter isn't a good enough excuse to indulge with tasty chocolate treats and enjoy some time in the kitchen, I really don't know when is! These delicious chunks are so easy to make and could be a nice gift solution as an alternative to a more traditional egg (that's if you want to share).


75g Butter
300g Soft light brown sugar
130g Condensed milk
230g Marshmallows
300g Milk chocolate
80g Dark chocolate
Mini Eggs


  • Line a tray/tin, approximately 12" by 8" in size, with greaseproof paper
  • Place the butter, sugar and milk into a saucepan and heat gently until everything has melted
  • Turn up the heat, add the marshmallows and boil for 5 minutes. Ensure you stir the mixture continuously to prevent it from burning or sticking

  • Remove the saucepan from the heat and add the chocolate. Stir through until the chocolate has melted, is fully combined and the mixture is a dark brown colour
  • Pour the mixture into your lined tray, carefully push in your Mini Eggs and place into your fridge to set
  • The fudge usually takes 2-3 hours to set. You can then turn it out, remove the greaseproof paper and slice into 1" cubes, smaller if you prefer


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  1. This chocolate fudge looks delicious - I love the idea of marshmallows melting in and the lovely Easter Eggs decorations.

  2. What a simple recipe, I still haven't made fudge but you've inspired me with this easy to follow recipe.


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