Incredibly Simple Two Minute Fudge Recipe

Trish ~ Labor Nurse Mama
December 10, 2019

Looking for an easy way to dazzle your holiday guests this year? I highly suggest trying out this incredibly simple two-minute fudge recipe.

I have made this fudge for several years. Oh my goodness, I have made it for almost 20 years. How is that possible? Oh. My. Lord!

I am including step by step pics, and for those of you who need a better visual, I am also including a video that my friend, and I made to help you out!

Why I am here and who I am:

Hey mama, I am Trish— AKA Labor Nurse Mama. I am a labor and delivery nurse with over 15 years of high-risk OB experience. I am also a mama to 7 kids and have given birth to 6. This means I am quite familiar with the postpartum period and how to navigate it. I am the online birth class educator for Calm Labor Confident Birth and The VBAC Lab birth classes and the mama expert inside our Calm Mama Society, a pregnancy & postpartum membership community! I am passionate about your birth and motherhood journey! You can find me over on IG teaching over 230k mamas daily. I am passionate about your birth and motherhood journey!

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Gather your supplies, and get started. As you can see there are very few ingredients.

I choose not to use nuts, as I prefer them without them, but my mom always adds nuts.

Next, add the cocoa to the powdered sugar, and stir with a fork. If you are feeling frisky, you can also use a sifter.

Our incredibly simple two-minute fudge recipe is one of my most favorite treats to make during the holidays.

I love to make it, and add it to a gift mix of different treats including my equally easy peppermint bark.

I love to hear what you guys are planning for the holidays. Good ideas are meant to be shared. So comment below, and share away. We are ready to try out your ideas.

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Just a little Disclaimer: As always, I am just writing my thoughts and what I’ve learned along the way. Although I am in fact a labor and delivery RN, This is not medical advice. You should always seek and follow the advice of your care provider.

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