Chocolate Kinder Bueno Fudge!

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Easy Four Ingredient Chocolate Kinder Bueno Fudge!

So, it’s been a while since I last shared a fudge recipe. According to my posts, it’s been ONE ENTIRE YEAR. I genuinely question how this is possible?! I could have sworn I had posted one since then. Either way, I thought I would bring back Fudge with a bang. 

Whenever I get requests for recipes, it’s basically full of “More Kinder Bueno please?!” and I am more than happy to oblige about this… I adore Kinder Bueno. 

My most popular Kinder Bueno recipe by far is my Kinder Bueno Cheesecake – and I can understand why. Some people may moan that the Bueno goes soft in the middle – but literally, anything would, so suck it up, or leave it out. 

This recipe is similar in a way – eventually, yes, the Bueno will go a smidge soft. IT’S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD. If you really don’t like soft biscuits/chocolate bars etc, don’t put them in the bake. I personally don’t mind if they’re soft because they still taste great. 

This recipe is so incredibly easy to make, and I am on board with that. I will no doubt get someone saying “but it’s not real fudge” and technically no, it’s not, but it’s quick fudge. 

A classic fudge would be the kind you can buy in Cornwall, that you boil and use a sugar thermometer, and it is epic… but much more work. My Condensed Milk Fudges are insanely popular, as they’re just so easy! They are ‘no-bake’ and SO easy!

My Kinder Bueno Cookie Bars are on a whole new level, and probably my personal favourite Kinder Recipe… but this is now up there too. 

With most of my condensed milk fudges I will use a Dark/Milk/White chocolate as the base, and then add a flavour or similar to it. For this one, I went with half Milk Chocolate, and then half Kinder Chocolate. This is optional, but gives SUCH a good flavour!

You can easily save money by just sticking with the Milk Chocolate (or switching to Dark/White) if you prefer, but I looooove Kinder Chocolate.

If you aren’t sure about what Kinder Chocolate is, it’s the tiny mini kinder bars that you buy in multipacks! (I am not talking about melting down Kinder Bueno).

For the actual Kinder Bueno in this, I just chopped the bits into individual pieces, and then folded through the mix! It’s so insanely simple. The only way this could go wrong is over mixing, and that’s very hard as you just need to stir it with your arm and a spatula!

Honestly, if you are as much of a Kinder lover as my fiancé and I are (he legitimately ate half of the first batch… wedding diet going well), then you will LOVE this bake! Four ingredients, and utterly delicious. Enjoy! X

5 from 2 votes
Chocolate Kinder Bueno Fudge!
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
5 mins
Setting Time
2 hrs
Total Time
2 hrs 15 mins

Easy Four Ingredient Chocolate Kinder Bueno Fudge!

Course: Sweets
Cuisine: Fudge
Keyword: Kinder Bueno
Servings: 50 Pieces
Calories: 114 kcal
Author: Jane's Patisserie
  • 250 g Milk Chocolate
  • 250 g Kinder Chocolate
  • 397 g Condensed Milk (one tin)
  • 75 g Icing Sugar
  • 6 Kinder Bueno Bars (12 individual bars)
  1. Line a 7"x10" brownie tin with parchment paper and leave to the side.

  2. Add your Milk Chocolate and Kinder Chocolate to a microwaveable proof bowl, and melt carefully. I do it in bursts of 15-30 seconds in the microwave.

  3. Alternatively, use a large bowl and a double-boiler, and melt that way.

  4. Once melted, add your Condensed Milk, and stir till smooth. Add in your Icing Sugar and stir again!

  5. Chop up your Kinder Bueno, and mix into the Fudge.

  6. Pour into the tin, and leave to set fully.

  7. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes
  • This will last in the fridge for 2 weeks!
  • You can use Milk, Dark or White Chocolate along with the Kinder Chocolate, or use all Milk/Dark/White. I wouldn't recommend using all Kinder. 
  • The Kinder Bueno will eventually go soft but it's not the end of the world. 
  • Recipe updated August 2019 - original used 350g milk and 350g kinder chocolate, but it was often splitting for readers. You can still make it, you just need to make sure it doesn't get too hot and it won't split!
Nutrition Facts
Chocolate Kinder Bueno Fudge!
Amount Per Serving
Calories 114 Calories from Fat 63
% Daily Value*
Fat 7g11%
Saturated Fat 4g25%
Cholesterol 3mg1%
Sodium 13mg1%
Potassium 80mg2%
Carbohydrates 15g5%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 13g14%
Protein 1g2%
Vitamin A 20IU0%
Vitamin C 0.2mg0%
Calcium 27mg3%
Iron 0.5mg3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


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  1. Hi Jayne I used cadburys chocolate..perhaps I should hsve let the choc cool for longer before adding condensed milk? Xx

    1. I would just use regular milk chocolate, like supermarket own (not a brand such as Cadburys) as it can cause issues in a recipe like this! I’ve never really left my chocolate to cool before when making fudge, but I usually melt in the microwave till it’s just melted so it’s never really too hot anyway! x

  2. Hi Jayne tried making this yesterday and it went completely wrong….once the chocolate was melted I added the condensed milk and straight away it went all thick and clumpy and I couldn’t mix…where did I go wrong? Thanks

    1. Oh no! What brand of chocolate did you use (for the milk chocolate)? The chocolate may have been the wrong temp or over mixed… but if you fancy trying it again, use 250g milk chocolate, 250g kinder chocolate, 1 tin condensed milk and 75g icing sugar instead. Less chocolate means it’s less likely to split, but the icing sugar will help it be firm!

  3. Hi Jane! I tried to make fudge last week, with condensed milk, speculoos paste (I think it’s called biscoff in English?) and some honey-salted nuts. The taste was amazing, but the texture wasn’t. After cooling it, it was still veeery sticky, chewy and soft. Any idea what went wrong? This recipe seems quite firm.

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