Enjoy the delicious taste of toffee, complete with little Heath candy bits, in this easy Heath Toffee Fudge recipe.
Fudge is one of my favorite sweet treats to make. Not only is it super EASY to make with just a few ingredients, but everyone seems to love it!
Christmas fudge in all flavors is a holiday tradition and this Heath fudge fits right in. BUT, you don’t have to limit it to only the holiday season. It’s a great go-to any time of year.
What adds the pizzazz to this easy fudge recipe is the Heath candy bits. You can go ahead and chop up full size Heath bars to use in the recipe, but it’s a lot easier to buy a bag of Heath Bits O’ Brickle at your local supermarket or online.
In the bag it’s called Heath Bits O’ Brickle Rich English Toffee Bits for Baking and it has been around forever! I remember my Mom making all kinds of treats with them and I always thought just the words “Bits O’Brickle” were fun and a bit old-fashioned sounding.
The other main ingredients for this recipe are the milk chocolate chips, butter, marshmallow creme and sweetened condensed milk. If you want to make your fudge even more homemade, you can use our homemade sweetened condensed milk recipe.
This fudge is perfect for holiday gatherings, cookie exchanges, or bake sale fundraisers. It also makes an excellent holiday gift! Just pack up a few pieces of fudge in a small bakery box tied up with red and white bakers twine or else holiday ribbons.
You can also pack it in metal cookie tins or place a few pieces in cellophane treat bags and tie-up with colorful ribbons.
You can even attach a small card with the recipe so your recipients can make their own fudge next year! We have a free printable Christmas recipe card to make it easy.
Heath Toffee Fudge Recipe:
(See recipe card below for amounts and complete instructions.)
How to Make Toffee Fudge:
Line an 8”x8” baking pan with parchment paper. Grease the parchment paper for easier release of the fudge.
Add chocolate and butter to a microwave safe bowl, and heat in 30 second intervals, stirring between each heat session, until fully melted.
Add marshmallow creme, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla. Stir well.
Add heath candybits (reserving some aside for the topping), and stir to combine.
Pour into a baking pan, and use a spoon or knife to smooth out. Add remaining Heath candy bits.
Cut into 5 sections, by 5 sections, to make 25 pieces.
How to Store Toffee Fudge:
Store in an airtight container for up to two weeks.
Is There Anything to Use in Place of Heath Bits?
If for some reason you can’t find Heath Bits you have a few options. You can buy full-size Heath candy bars and crush them yourself. You can use a bag of Skor Bits instead. Or you can use any type of English Toffee and break it up into small pieces.
Can I use Marshmallow Fluff instead of Marshmallow Creme?
While they are very similar, to get nice smooth fudge you will want to use Marshmallow Creme rather than Marshmallow Fluff.
PIN IT ON PINTEREST:
- Line an 8”x8” baking pan with parchment paper. Grease the parchment paper for easier release of the fudge.
- Add chocolate and butter to a microwave safe bowl, and heat in 30 second intervals, stirring between each heat session, until fully melted.
- Add marshmallow creme , sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla. Stir well.
- Add Heath candy bits (reserving some aside for the topping), and stir to combine.
- Pour into baking pan, and use a spoon or knife to smooth out. Add remaining Heath candy bits.
- Refrigerate overnight.
- Cut into 5 sections by 5 sections, to make 25 pieces.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 137Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 8mgSodium: 34mgCarbohydrates: 20gFiber: 0gSugar: 17gProtein: 2g
Nutrition is calculated automatically and may not be accurate.