Does anyone have a recipe for white chocolate fudge that theyve made, Ive made russian fudge and chocolate but not white chocolate :D yet.
Apr 28, 8:23am
I love white chocolate, I'd be keen for that recipe too.
Apr 28, 8:32am
ooohhh white chocolate fudge! I have an easy fudge recipe that has white chocolate in it but I think it's more of a russian or caramel fudge as it has brown sugar, golden syrup and condensed milk in it too. Sorry, I'm not much help!
Apr 28, 8:38am
yeah I found a few of them on the net thought they sounded more like russian fudge lol hmmm never mind back to searching
This is Jo Segars Fabulour Fudge. It is so nice but we only make it at Xmas time as a treat. Meant to last for 6 weeks but it doesn't last that long in my house. LOL
2 x 400 g cans sweetened condensed milk 2 cups firmly packed soft brown sugar 250 g butter 100 ml liquid glucose syrup 3 tbsp golden syrup 400 g white (or milk or dark) chocolate, chopped 1 tsp vanilla Spray and line with non-stick baking paper, a 20 x 30 cm, quite deep (at least 4 cm) tin Place all ingredients, except the chocolate and vanilla, in a large heavy based saucepan stir over medium heat until the butter melts and sugar dissolves. Bring to boil and boil gently until it becomes very thick and changes colour to a dark caramel brown paper shade – about 8 minutes, to the soft ball stage, 116°C on a sugar thermometer. Stir often to prevent catching on the bottom Remove from heat and stand until the bubbles subside. Stir in the chocolate and vanilla until melted and smooth. Pour into the prepared tin and smooth the surface. Cool to room temperature (about 3 hours) then refrigerate until firm. Cut into squares. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 6 weeks
I have a favourite treat that I always make for Christmas gifts. It is called LIME AND MACADAMIA NUT FUDGE 1 x tin condensed milk 500g white chocolate melts 150 g chopped macadamia nuts grated zest of 2 limes. Melt condensed milk and chocolate over boiling water, add nuts and zest. Mix and pour into 10 inch tin lined with baking paper.ENJOY. Hint.I use green lemons if the limes are too expensive. This was in a weekly magazine a few years ago, and it is delish.!
Apr 29, 12:13am
Thankyou :D They all sound really good! :D
Apr 29, 12:27am
I have a Baileys and White Chocolate Fudge recipe if you would like it.
Apr 29, 6:06am
oooo yus please that sounds really nice :D
Apr 29, 9:58am
Baileys & White Chocolate Fudge
150ml Baileys 50ml Milk 30gm Butter 350gm Sugar 300gm White Chocolate Butter for greasing
Grease square tin approx 6 x 8, chop white chocolate into pieces. Measure 125ml of Baileys, pour into pot, add milk, butter and sugar, put pan over a low heat, stir occasionally until sugar has dissolved and butter melted.Turn up heat to medium and let the mixture gently simmer. Let the mixture bubble slightly for 10 minutes.Remove pan from heat and stir in chopped chocolate and last 25ml of Baileys.Keep stirring until the chocolate has melted and you have a smooth consistency.Transfer to tin and chill in fridge for at least two hours or until set.Remove from fridge, cut into pieces and serve.
Enjoy, it is very yummy.
Apr 29, 11:03am
Yum! Damn that sounds amazing. Love anything alcoholic.
Apr 30, 6:12am
omg ty yuuummmmmmy i am so gonna make these recipes :D yay
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Jan 13, 2:17pm
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