Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Five Minute Fudge

two ingredient fudge

Just when you didn't think fudge could get any easier than taking five minutes to make, I'm going to tell you it is two ingredient fudge. Commence drooling now.

This fudge comes firmly under the "I was being really healthy and then all of a sudden OMG GIVE ME FUDGE I'M PREGNANT" category. It is in no way healthy and should not be consumed in a single sitting (as I would quite like to do right now) lest you lapse in to a diabetic coma.

I don't eat too much sugar these days so any more than one piece of this gives me a major headache. But when you're the size of a house, ready to pop and so over being pregnant, well, part of me thinks that headache is worth it. I know, a health advocate I will never be.

  • 1 x 395g can of condensed milk
  • 2 x blocks of chocolate (between 180-200g per block is fine)
  • Anything you want to add to it to make it pretty or yummy
  • Grease and line a lamington tray - you absolutely have to do this first
  • Break up the chocolate and melt it using a double boiler - or a microwave if you just can't be bothered
  • Add the condensed milk and stir quickly until well combined - it will be thick and start setting immediately so use a strong spoon 
  • If you're adding any extras, do it now, lickety split
  • Quickly pour the fudge in to your tray and spread it out evenly - if you've been quick enough the clock should be ticking over to five minutes right now
  • Chuck it in the fridge for about two hours
  • Do something to take your mind off the delicious melty fudge that is teasing you
  • When chilled, cut in to squares and try not to eat it all
I used white chocolate this time but it works just as well with milk or dark. Mini M&Ms make awesome extras but so do any small candy type things and nuts, especially macadamias. If you're feeling fancy reserve a small bit of the fudge, tint it another colour and swirl it over the top - if you want supermum status then tint some white fudge green and add some peppermint essence and drizzle it over milk/dark chocolate fudge. Mmmmmmmm choc minty fabulousness!

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