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Darth Vader Stout Beer Fudge

Darth Vader Stout Beer Fudge

This is ridiculous. I know what you’re thinking: why can’t you just make fudge like a normal person? But I found this silicon Darth Vader mold from that time I made Star Wars cupcakes and you can’t honestly think that I could just put it away and forget about it? Of course not.

And since we’re just entering Barrel-Aged-Beer-Season, as well as Fudge-Making -Season, it just makes sense. If you don’t have a Darth Vader silicon mold (but really, why not? You totally should) you can use any silicone mold. Because fudge is great, but it’s not as fun as Dark Side Fudge, right?

Plus, there’s beer in there. And since Barrel Aged beers come in large bottles and I’m only asking you to pour out 1/4 cup for the homies, I mean for the fudge, then you get to drink the rest. Have I talked you into this yet? Do I need to hone my Jedi Mind Trick skills? How about you make some fudge and we can talk about it.

Darth Vader Stout Beer Fudge

Servings 12 -14 peices


  • 16 wt oz dark chocolate 60% cocoa content
  • 1/3 cup 102g sweetened condensed milk (not evaporated milk)
  • ¼ tsp .5g vanilla extract
  • ¼ cup 2oz barrel aged beer
  • ¼ teaspoon salt


  • Add the chocolate, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla extract, beer and salt to the top of a double boiler (or a metal bowl set over a pot of gently simmering water).
  • Stir over medium-low heat (make sure the water does not boil) until most of the chocolate has melted. Remove from heat, continue to stir until all the chocolate has melted.
  • Pour into silicone molds, chill until set.

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Trachalio November 16, 2018 um 12:26 pm

Sounds delish! But what are we supposed to do with the extra 2 tbsp of beer that we’d set aside?


Jackie November 16, 2018 um 12:32 pm

Oops! Fixed 🙂


Kristin November 24, 2018 um 10:46 am

That would go great with the Goose Island Bourbon Vanilla I may or may not be enjoying right now. (Ok I am!)


Jackie November 24, 2018 um 11:04 am



Megan December 19, 2018 um 5:09 pm

How much is 16 wt oz in grams? I’m not familiar with that measurement and I can’t find any clear information.
Thank you


Jackie December 19, 2018 um 6:08 pm

16 ounces is 1 pound, your kitchen scale should toggle to pounds/ounces as well as grams. 1 pound is also 453.5 grams. Hope that helps!


sam August 27, 2020 um 12:57 am

how long should these last please?


Jackie August 27, 2020 um 8:45 am

The will last quite a while in the fridge, a few weeks at least.


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