3 Musketeers Fudge Brownies

3 Musketeers Fudge Brownies are a chewy brownie, topped with a thick layer of fudge, loaded with chopped 3 Musketeers bars. This is for the major chocolate lover!

If you don’t enjoy chocolate, like my crazy-butt husband, please step away from the computer now, because today we are going full-send.

If you’re looking for a classic brownie recipe, this is half of what you’re looking for. I actually took a huge cheat and used a boxed mix for the base of this brownie recipe. Because, really the fudgy, 3 Musketeers topping is the star of the show!

These 3 Musketeers Fudge Brownies are crazyoverthetopinyourface brownie genius, and since I am incapable of humblebragging, I will just brag. They are a riff on my Rolo brownies that I made last year and I was pretty sure they couldn’t be one-upped…until today.

Three Musketeers Fudge Brownies.

3 Musketeers Fudge Brownies

Again, I started with a boxed brownie mix.  Feel free to use your own recipe, because you guys constantly remind me you like your own brownies.  I get it…I do too. It’s just in this case the brownie is basically a vehicle for the 3 Musketeer Fudge, so I took a short-cut.

Just make sure you bake your brownie in a 9×9 pan…so if you’re using a boxed mix, don’t get all Family-Size on me.  Just a normal box. Also, don’t get hung up on ounces in the brownie mix or anything.  It really doesn’t matter as long as you bake them in a 9×9.

The topping is a simple fudge recipe made with melted chocolate and sweetened condensed milk, loaded with chopped 3 Musketeers bars…
3 Musketeers Fudge Brownies

So much chocolate goodness in one place!

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3 Musketeers Fudge Brownies


Ingredients:

  • 1 box brownie mix, baked according to package directions in 9×9 pan, cooled
  • 2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 (11 oz) bag Fun Sized 3 Musketeers bars, chopped

Instructions:

  1. Bake brownies in 9×9 pan, according to package directions. Allow to cool completely.
  2. When cooled sprinkle half of the chopped 3 Musketeers bars on top of brownie evenly.
  3. Combine semi-sweet chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk in bowl. Melt together over a double boiler.
  4. When melted pour over brownies and chopped candy bars, spreading evenly. Press remaining candy bars into the fudge layer.
  5. Place in refrigerator for 30 minutes to allow fudge to set.
  6. Cut into squares.

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68 Responses
  1. Kaycee

    These are not good. The fudge layer is way too much. I love chocolate and this was too much for me. I only used 1/2 of the chocolate chip/sweetened condensed milk layer.

    1. Jannett

      I’m looking to use a ton of mini 3 Musketeers bars I have leftover from Halloween and stumbled upon this recipe. It sounds good, but your comment was exactly my concern. It sounds incredibly rich; I’m considering adding some sort of salted cookie layer between the brownie and fudge; also halving the amount of fudge. Thanks for your feedback, it helped me decide how I’d like to personalize this recipe. 🙂

  2. Joelle

    Just made these brownies…they’re amazing! Super chocolate deliciousness. Can’t wait to try out more of your recipes this summer!

  3. Holly

    Wow! This was my second Pinterest recipe ever. It was delicious. Such chocolate goodness. I also keep them in the fridge. So easy yet look gorgeous. Found you through Recipe Girl. Great site! 🙂

  4. Sarah

    I made the Rolos ones and brought them to work. Everyone went NUTS! One coworker has been on a diet, and she’s having a cheat day on Monday so has demanded they be made again, so I said I will make these this time. Can’t wait! Thank you!

  5. I am thinking of making these and shipping them in a vacuum sealed bag, but I am worried about the fudge on top melting. Did it stay pretty solid at room temp or did they need to stay refrigerated?

    1. shelly

      Depends on the temperatures. When I made them we were having a warm spell (in the 80’s) and the fudge got soft. Not too soft for home-eating, but for shipping, maybe, yes…but if the temps are cooler you shouldn’t have a problem. Another thing you could do is add more chocolate chips to the sweetened condensed milk/fudge mixture..this will make the fudge slightly more solid, as opposed to being a soft fudge.

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