Sea Salt Chocolate Fudge Caramel Candy

PrintLast week Joey and I received this tweet from a new company located in Salem Massachusetts, about their new  sea salt product line. This Recipe had already been swirling in my head after a friend of my mother’s recently shared with her a box of Caramel Sea Salt Fudge. My mother simply can not stop talking about how delicious this fudge tastes, and keeps nagging me to make It for the holidays. I finally sampled a piece and she was right! The wheels in my head began to swirl and I added it to my running list of recipes to create for my family and friends this year. A few days latter my brother Joey and I receive this tweet “AtlanticSaltworks@AtlanticSalt @SistaFelicia we are excited for everyone, incl. you and @Joey_C to try it! Will be on its way to your table via USPS this week…enjoy!.” I couldn’t wait for their product sample to arrive and I knew exactly what I was going to make first with their sea salt sample.

salt35When the samples arrived, I went straight to my kitchen to create my own version  incorporating my family’s love for sea salt caramels and chocolate fudge together to create “The Ultimate”  of all confections”. The results far surpassed my expectations and turned out to be a five star recipe perfect for the upcoming holiday season. If your looking for a new holiday candy to gift or bring to a cookie swap, this is the recipe for you.

Sea Salt Chocolate Fudge Caramel Candy

*Special Note From Sista~Make fudge and caramel at the same time in separate pans

Fudge Ingredients:

2 cups granulated sugar

10 ounces evaporated milk

1 stick Margarine

16 oz. marshmallow fluff

1 teaspoon Kosher salt

1 1/2 teaspoon chocolate flavoring

24 ounces semi sweet chocolate morsels (dark or milk)


1 combine first five ingredients in 5 quart saucepan; stir over low heat 3–5 minutes


 2 increase heat to medium-high; bring to roiling boil; boil 5 minutes, continuously stirring

3 remove from heat; Stir in chocolate and chocolate flavoring; whisk well

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Caramel Ingredients:

2 cups packed brown sugar

2 sticks unsalted butter cut into pieces

1  14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

2/3 cup dark corn syrup

1/3 cup maple syrup

1 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

1 teaspoon molasses

1/4 teaspoon Kosher salt

 2 tablespoons Alantic Saltworks Flake Finishing Salt


1  In 2 1/2 quart sauce pan combine first 8 ingredients; stir over medium low heat until sugar dissolves and butter is completely melted

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2 Attached candy thermometer to side of pan increase heat to medium-high


3  Bring mixture to rolling boil until candy thermometer reads 230° stirring constantly


4  Carefully transfer hot, two mixing bowl; attach candy thermometer to side of bowl; cool caramel to 200°

5 Generously spray 11×16 aluminum foil line cookie sheet with cooking spray


6 Carefully pour caramel into reserved chocolate fudge mixture; mix well


7 Pour into prepared cookie sheet


salt188 Sprinkle Atlantic Saltworks Flake Finishing Salt over top; cool 8 hours at room temperature

salt349 Using long sharp knife cut into 1×1 inch pieces


salt 4010 place candy pieces salt side down on wax lined foil candy wrap; fold and twist wrapper ends


11 Arrange foil warped Sea Salt Chocolate Fudge Caramel Candies in festive candy dish; or wrap in holiday candy boxes to gift!

final caramel photo

For more information on Atlantic SaltWorks products visit their website at

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15 Responses to Sea Salt Chocolate Fudge Caramel Candy

  1. OH …. The candy gods are with you … Candy thermometer ~ where is that thing ~ finding that might be the worst part of your great recipe! Ummm, sounds great. Signed up for the atlanticsaltworks newsletter ~

  2. OMG, This looks so yummy.. I bet it smells delicious

  3. So thrilled you guys are using and love our salt. Thanks so much!!!! – Heather and Alison

  4. Brenda says:

    I have questions.. First, what margarine rather than butter in the fudge? Second, do you use oil based chocolate flavoring? Third, is the texture of the finished product like fudge or more chewy like caramel? And fourth.. Why the heck isn’t The Cave or Common Crow carrying Atlantic Salt Works sea salt?

    • Brenda, You can use butter, I have used both and don’t really notice an big difference. I did not use oil base flavoring in this recipe, the final product texture is the same of a soft caramel but with a fudge flavor, and I’m sure both locations would be willing carry Atlantic Saltworks new product line, it is a great product!

    • Brenda says:

      Thank you, Felicia.. This may replace my annual ” never fail fudge ” recipe this Christmas..

  5. Dave Moore says:

    Bless you and family during this thanksgiving day and thank you for all the food tips I enjoy them very much and will try to follow the wisdom of the master cook :-)

  6. Mary Jo Holland says:

    I can tell now that this will be a family favorite! Thank you! Where can I purchase those candy wrapping papers?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Can’t wait to make these! I have two questions: What kind of chocolate flavoring do you use and how long do you think they stay fresh? I don’t want to make them too far in advance of the holidays and then have them go stale. Thank you for all the great recipes and tips.

    • I used Langdale’s Chocolate Flavoring. They didn’t last long in my house, so I don’t have an exact shelf life to share but I would recommend not making them too far in advance from when your going to serve or gift it, maybe 1-2 days? Caramel has a tendency to crystallize and take on a gritty texture.

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