White Chocolate & Bailey’s Fudge


Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best and that’s definitely the case with this recipe for delicious white chocolate and bailey’s fudge.

Perfect if you’re in a hurry, this white chocolate & Bailey’s fudge can be whipped up and in the fridge in under 15 minutes – pretty good for a fudge if you ask me!

The best part? Unlike many other fudge recipes you don’t need to boil sugar or keep an eye on the temperature; it really is as easy as popping three ingredients (yip, three) in a large pot and stir until combined.

All you need to make this fudge – which is perfect for gifting – is white chocolate, a little bailey’s and a tin of condensed milk. The finished fudge is unbelievably creamy and full of flavour – bundle some in wax paper and wrap in this gorgeous gift wrap for a quick and easy present.

The beauty of this recipe is how versatile it is – you can play around with the ingredients to create all kinds of delicious fudges. Why not try using dark chocolate & peppermint, or white chocolate with freeze-dried raspberries? The possibilities are endless with this one.



  • 1020g white chocolate, broken
  • 1 can condensed milk, 395g
  • ½ cup Bailey’s


  1. Line a pan with baking paper or non-stick foil and set aside
  2. Place all ingredients in a large saucepan and warm over low heat, stirring constantly until chocolate is melted and ingredients are well combined
  3. Pour into prepared pan and place in fridge to cool
  4. Once set slice into squares using a sharp knife. Store in the fridge