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2 Ingredient Fudge (Keto, Sugar Free, THM-S)


Sugar Free Keto Fudge

Have you ever tried a fudge recipe with sweetened condensed milk before? They are sooo good, not to mention easy to make. Bonus? It’s a microwave fudge recipe — you don’t even need to turn on your stove.

Now what if I told you that you could make a sugar free low carb fudge recipe with sweetened condensed milk?

No, it’s not too good to be true! Well, the 2 ingredient low carb fudge tastes almost too good to be true, but the recipe isn’t. It’s simple, fast, and fun to make.

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Easy Holiday Fudge Recipe

Why is it that we have such strong memories associated with food?

It is true . . . there are some foods that evoke strong emotions and feelings – many times because it connects us to our past – whether that be in a good way or a bad way.

Fudge brings back warm memories to me!

We only had fudge at Christmas time – it was just something special that we only expected at that time of year.

Why is it that we relegate some foods to only a month or two out of the year? I would rarely even think about making fudge in the summertime, but why?

I rarely think of making soup in the summertime (though Montana has changed my mind about that in some measures)!

And what about pumpkin? Some people think it horrible to eat pumpkin before October! (I think pumpkin can – and should – be enjoyed all year long…so try this pumpkin pie!)

Habits, I suppose . . . and our cultural influences are strong.

Growing up our neighbor would make us a beautiful tin of fudge, and my sister and I always looked forward to it; we knew it was finally Christmas time when she brought us her holiday fudge recipe.

And the best part? She would bring equal amounts of peanut butter fudge and chocolate fudge. I would be hard pressed to say which was my favorite.

This fudge brings back those warm fuzzy feelings (but without the sugar crash)! I say let’s make this easy holiday fudge for Christmas in July. And maybe for Easter. Possibly to celebrate the end of the school year. And really, on any day that ends in “y” because it’s perfect then, too.

And if peanut butter fudge is your thing, I have a 2 Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge recipe, too!

Simple 2 Ingredient Fudge

Now, I should make a qualifying statement – this fudge is only two ingredients if you already have the sugar free sweetened condensed milk ready.

So, maybe I should say this is 5 ingredient fudge. But lets not quibble over numbers – the important thing is that you need to make it!

I try to have at least one cup of this low carb sweetened condensed milk in my fridge at all times because I can have easy microwave fudge in only 1o minutes…or amazing coffee (it is soooooo good in iced coffee!).

This Sugar Free Sweetened Condensed Milk is good for so many things! (Think Almond Joy Cookies and Homemade Coffee Creamer.) Delicious!


Many of you have no doubt heard of easy microwave fudge made with sweetened condensed milk and chocolate chips. This recipe is a sugar free microwave fudge version of that holiday favorite.

If you prefer not to use the microwave, you can totally use it on the stove top. You choose (you’re the chef, after all!).

And that is what makes this the best holiday fudge recipe; even in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Christmas, you can still whip up this fudge with a minimum of mess, time, and effort. And everyone will love you for it (if you choose to share it with them).

Instead of being stuck in the kitchen cooking holiday treats, you can make this in ten minutes and spend more time with your family – and that is one of the things the Holiday season is all about!

How To Make Easy Sugar Free Fudge

This recipe is incredibly versatile. You can make a single serving or a huge batch. You can double it, triple it, or more. I mean really, can you have too much low carb fudge on hand? No, the answer is no.

If you just want a few pieces of fudge for a late night treat, you can make just a few. Or you can make more and surprise your family with it for tomorrow.

And bonus: this recipe freezes very well, so you can make up a whole batch of fudge with sweetened condensed milk ahead of time and pull it out for company, special occasions, or to enjoy while curling up with a good book.

I originally used Lily’s Stevia-Sweetened Chocolate Chips in this recipe, but you can also use Trim Healthy Mama Sugar Free Chocolate Chips.

Just mix the chocolate and low carb sweetened condensed milk together in a bowl and microwave. After one minute, go ahead and stir it. Continue to heat and stir in short intervals until it’s fully combined.

You can pour it into your favorite chocolate molds or a silicone ice cube tray and then freeze. That’s it. You’re done.

If you’d like to add chopped nuts, go right ahead. Almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts…the sky is the limit!

Another fabulous sugar free fudge recipe is Mounds Fudge. Be sure to try that, as well (soooo yummy!).

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2 Ingredient Fudge (Low Carb, Sugar Free, THM-S)

Only 2 Ingredients, and you have rich, velvety, chocolate fudge – but without any guilt!

4.84 from 24 votes


Course: candy, Dessert, holiday
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 24 Pieces
Calories: 112kcal



  • Combine both ingredients in a microwave safe container, and microwave for 1 minute.
  • Stir, and microwave in 10 second intervals until chocolate chips are completely melted.
  • Pour into molds and freeze until solid.


I made my fudge in an ice cube tray with a silicone bottom (similar to these). After popping them out, I cut them in half for generous serving pieces. This gave me 24 pieces of fudge.


The neat thing about this fudge is that you use equal parts of the milk and chocolate chips to make as much or as little fudge as you want.


If you only want a small amount, only use 1/4 cup condensed milk and 1/4 cup chocolate chips.


Serving: 1Piece | Calories: 112kcal | Carbohydrates: 1.3g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 8.5g | Cholesterol: 29mg | Sodium: 14mg
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