The fudge trend is sweeping the online baking community. With only two base ingredients and no scales required, it’s very easy to make for bakers of all skill levels. Whether you’re an expert or a newbie, here are the most delicious and creamy fudge recipes, many with an additional biscuit crunch.
- 500 grams of chopped white chocolate
- One 397 gram tin of condensed milk
Line a 20cm square tin with baking parchment. Tip your condensed milk and chocolate into a pan and melt on a low heat, stirring constantly until smooth and combined. This can also be done in a slow cooker, stirring constantly on high. Pour into your tin and leave in the refrigerator to set. This can take between three and six hours. Once set, slice and serve.
Oreo Fudge (credit: @fitwaffle)
- One 154 gram packet of Oreo biscuits
Follow the basic recipe. Once melted, chop up your biscuits. Add three quarters to your mixture and fold them in until combined evenly. Once the tin is filled and smoothed, scatter the remaining biscuits over the top. Place in the fridge to set.
Percy Pig Fudge (credit: Gemma Haywood)
- Percy Pig sweets
- Percy Pig dessert sauce
- Pink/red food colouring
Follow the basic recipe. Add in food colouring until the mixture is light pink. Pour into the tin then place sweets over the top and sprinkles. Place in the fridge until set.
Biscoff Fudge (credit: @fitwaffle)
- 100 grams of Biscoff spread
- 125 grams of broken Lotus Biscoff biscuits
Follow the basic recipe. Add in the spread and mix. Fold in the biscuits and pour into the tin. Drizzle some additional spread over the fudge and sprinkle some crushed biscuits too. Leave to set in the fridge.
Twix Fudge (credit: @fitwaffle)
- 150 grams of chopped Twixes
Follow the basic recipe. Fold in the twixes, leaving a few for decoration. The Twixes may melt a little. Pour into the tin and scatter the Twixes over the top. Set in the fridge.
Galaxy Fudge (credit: @fitwaffle)
- Pink food colouring
- Purple food colouring
- Black food colouring
- Blue food colouring
- One packet of oreos
Follow the basic recipe then pour the mixture into four separate bowls. Dye each bowl a different colour with the colouring. Layer broken oreos onto the base of the tray and spoon the different mixtures over the top, making sure to create and even spread. Drag a knife through the mixture to make a swirl pattern but do not over-mix. Scatter sprinkles over the top and place in the fridge to set.
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