When it comes to the big game day, besides hanging out with family and friends, there are three things I look forward to the Commercials, the Half Time Show and the Food. This year, I’ll be adding one more thing to the dessert menu (because you can never really have too much dessert right?), Skittles Chocolate Fudge! Yup! Taking 2 classics (Skittles & Fudge) and fusing them together into a yummy goodness that everyone will love.

Skittles Fudge Squares

Skittles Chocolate Fudge


  • 1 cup of Skittles (but feel free to use as many as you’d like)
  • 3 cups semisweet chocolate chips
  • 1 (14 oz.) can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/4 cup butter or margarine


  • Place chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, and butter or margarine in a large microwaveable bowl and microwave in 30 second increments until melted. Be sure to stir the ingredients in between.

*You can also melt over low/medium heat on the stove

  • Once completely melted, add Skittles & Stir.

*If you would like to add Skittles inside of the fudge, now is the time to do it. 

  • Pour into well-greased or parchment lined 8×8-inch pan or dish.
  • Add Skittles to the top

*You can add them as they are or by flattening them. I chose to flatten them because I liked the flower look and because it also created skittle flakes that I was able to put over the top of the fudge.

Skittles Flattening for Fudge Squares

Adding Skittles to Fudge Squares

Skittles on Fudge Squares

  • Refrigerate overnight or freeze for a few hours until set.
  • Serve and enjoy!

Skittles Fudge Squares


  • Although a greased pan works, the next time I do it I plan on using parchment paper.  Not only did it leave the edges a bit greasy, I still struggled some to remove it from the bottom of the pan/dish.
  • Because it is fudge, you can actually make the squares a lot smaller than what i did, so that you get more from it and can serve more people.

I’d love to hear if you end up making these Skittles Chocolate Fudge. Your Thoughts? Suggestions?

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