easy rich + real #fudge

easy rich + real #fudge

Fudge brings back so many childhood memories. I have such fond recollections of standing with mom in the kitchen making these sweet treats and then sitting somewhere quietly nibbling away on a few blocks. This is such an easy recipe I have been making it for years – you just throw everything into a pot and let it cook until the mixture turns into a soft sludge. To make things even easier I use an electric whisk to get it to that lovely fudgy consistency.


easy rich + real #fudge
  • 250g butter
  • 1 can of condensed milk
  • 175ml full cream milk
  • 2T syrup
  • 800g sugar
  • 2t vanilla essence
  • Sugar thermometer
  • 30 x 20 cm tin or bowl, greased
  1. Put the butter, condensed milk, milk, syrup and sugar all together into a heavy bottom pot or pan and bring to boil, stirring constantly. Boil until the mixture reaches 118 °C or the soft-ball stage. When the fudge is at soft-ball stage, remove the pan from the stove and stir in the vanilla. With an electric whisk beat for about five minutes, by which time the fudge will have thickened to the texture of stiff peanut butter. Pour into prepared baking. Smooth the top of the fudge as well as you can. Allow to cool and then cut into squares.

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