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Grand Marnier Fudge Balls

Grand Marnier Fudge

My husband loves dessert and he loves Grand Marnier. I wanted to make a dessert for him that wouldn’t require me to be in the kitchen for hours or have a huge clean up afterwards. So, if you’re in the mood for a luxurious and boozy treat that’s both sophisticated and indulgent, look no further than Grand Marnier Fudge Balls. 

A Gourmet Delight

Grand Marnier Fudge Balls are a dessert that transcends the ordinary. These bite-sized gems bring together the deep, intense flavors of premium chocolate with the elegant, citrusy notes of Grand Marnier liqueur. The result is a dessert that’s both rich and sophisticated, perfect for those special moments when you want to treat yourself or impress your guests.

The Pleasure of Biting In

One of the joys of Grand Marnier Fudge Balls is the texture. As you take a bite, you’ll experience the velvety, fudgy interior. It’s a delightful dance of textures that adds to the overall enjoyment of this dessert.

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Substitutions to Suit Your Taste

We encourage you to get creative in the kitchen and make these delectable treats your own. Here are some substitutions you can consider:

  1. Non-Alcoholic Version: If you prefer a non-alcoholic version, you can replace the Grand Marnier with orange extract or orange zest for a similar citrusy flavor without the alcohol content.
  2. Nut-Free: For those with nut allergies, you can omit any nuts called for in the recipe or replace them with seeds like sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds for added texture.
  3. Vegan-Friendly: To create a vegan version, use dairy-free chocolate and vegan-friendly ingredients like coconut milk or almond milk, ensuring the fudge balls maintain their creamy texture.
  4. Custom Coatings: Experiment with various coatings such as cocoa powder, powdered sugar, crushed graham crackers, or even edible gold dust to customize the appearance of your fudge balls.

Grand Marnier Fudge Balls are a testament to the art of dessert-making, offering a harmonious blend of flavors and textures that will leave your taste buds craving more. Whether you enjoy them as an after-dinner treat or share them with loved ones, Grand Marnier Fudge Balls are sure to elevate any dessert experience.

As we all know from my 3-minute microwave peach cobbler, I like using the microwave to make tasty treats. These can be made in less than thirty minutes and they taste so yummy.


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Grand Marnier Fudge Balls


  • ½ Cup Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 6 Oz. Semisweet Chocolate Squares
  • 3 Tbsp. Grand Marnier
  • 1 Tbsp. Granulated Sugar
  • 1 Tsp. Vanilla Extract
  • Optional: Coconut Flakes, Crushed Almonds, Cocoa Powder


  1. Place all ingredients, except optional ingredients, in a medium microwavable bowl. Let heat for about one minute. Stir mixture until it is smooth. Place into freezer for about 20 minutes or until fudge is very firm. Place liners in mini cupcake pan. Using, a tablespoon, scoop out a portion of fudge and roll into a ball with hands. Roll ball quickly or fudge will begin to melt in palms. Roll the ball into optional ingredients. Place fudge ball in cupcake pan and place in refrigerator for 5 minutes.

Grand Marnier Fudge Balls - The Kreative Life

Grand Marnier Fudge Balls - The Kreative Life

Grand Marnier Fudge Balls - The Kreative Life

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  1. Wow, these looks so tasty and beautiful! I can’t wait to make them! Thanks for sharing at Domestic Superhero!

  2. Hi cutie! Yummy, luscious, delish with chocolate and Grand Marnier? We are so down with this. Why can’t we all live together on on big happy street?

    Have a great weekend and hope all is well! ~ Big hugs – Sharon and Denise

  3. Oh my, Kendra! these sound wonderful! I’ve pinned them 🙂 Thanks so much for joining us at last week’s All my Bloggy Friends …. We look forward to seeing what you share this week!

  4. Thank you Kendra! Grand Marnier is my favorite and I have to try these.
    Just wondering if I can use semi sweet chocolate pieces instead of bars?