Super Easy Huckleberry No-Cook Microwave Fudge Recipe

Super Easy Huckleberry No-Cook Microwave Fudge Recipe

Dennis Weaver Dennis Weaver Apr 04, 2024

This no-cook fudge takes just minutes to make, not counting cooling time.

Huckleberries are similar to the wild blueberries found in Alaska. In Alaska, they were found on the tundra on small bushes close to the ground. But they taste about the same.

Huckleberries are common in the Rockies and you can often buy them at general stores in rural communities. But they slow to pick and bears like huckleberries, so they can be hazardous picking. You can buy them but they are expensive.

We sell huckleberry jam.


This no cook fudge recipe is so good, you won’t want to go back to regular fudge. It uses real huckleberry flavor and purple food coloring to give it a real pop, but you can also use this no-cook fudge recipe as a template to make your favorite flavors. Just substitute colors and flavors.




  1. Beat cream cheese at medium speed with electric mixer until smooth.
  2. Add powdered sugar, 1 cup at a time until smooth. Add the huckleberry flavor.
  3. Melt chocolate wafers in the microwave on or your stove top.
  4. Stir in melted wafers & optional pecans.
  5. Barely stir in the food coloring just to make a swirled effect if desired.
  6. Spread into 8 inch square pan lined with parchment or waxed paper.
  7. Refrigerate until firm.
  8. With a wet knife, cut the fudge into small squares.

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