Simple two ingredient fudge – video at the bottom.
Yes really! It is seriously easy. I’ve had a lot of people asking whether you can do my Slow Cooker Festive Fudge recipe in a pan. So I tested it out! Scroll down for the video, first attempt at something like this!
- 400g Chocolate
- 1 small can Condensed Milk
- Sprinkles (Optional)
- Baking parchment
- Pegs or tape
- Spatula (pan friendly)
- Cellophane bags, twist ties, ribbon (if using) I used snowflake pattern bags, similar to these.
Cut the parchment just larger then the baking tray, make 4 cuts and fold the paper up making corners to form a deeper tray, secure with peg or tape. Place to the side.
Break up chocolate and add the condensed milk in the pan, place over a low heat, stirring continuously until all the chocolate is completely melted.
Pour the mixture into the baking tray, this mixture fills about half a standard rectangular tray. It’s easy to shape the mix as it is so thick and sticky, it doesn’t run too much! If using sprinkles, shake over the surface and use the back of a spoon to gently press them into the surface, not too hard or they will vanish.
Leave the mix to cool and then chill for several hours before cutting into squares. I use a glass of hot water to warm the knife blade beforehand which really helps. Just make sure you wipe the knife dry first.
If you’re giving as gifts, place into the cellophane bags and secure with a twist tie. You can also add some ribbon to make them look pretty.
Or just eat! Yum. Two ingredient fudge, done! Pinnable image below.
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