This simple fudge recipe is easy to make and tastes delicious. It’s a wonderful recipe for children to make to give as holiday gifts.
Easy homemade candy cane fudge recipe
:: 350g white chocolate chips or buttons
:: 150ml sweetened condensed milk
:: 2 or 3 candy canes
:: wooden spoon
:: 20cm square baking tin
:: parchment paper
:: plastic food bag
:: rolling pin
First prepare your tin and candy cane topping: Line a 20cm square baking tin with parchment paper.
Place the candy canes inside a plastic food bag and bash them with a rolling pin until they are crushed into small pieces.
Then weigh out 350g of white chocolate chips or buttons and measure out 150ml of sweetened condensed milk into a sauce pan.
Warm over a low heat, stirring with a wooden spoon, until the chocolate has melted.
Pour the mixture into your lined baking tin and use a spoon to even out the surface.
Sprinkle the candy cane pieces over the top of the fudge in the tin.
Place the fudge in the fridge for a few hours until set firm.
Once completely cold and firm, tip out the fudge onto a table. Use a knife to slice the fudge into small rectangles or squares.
You can wrap the fudge in baking parchment and tie with a ribbon, or store in a glass jar.
You can give the fudge as gifts or sell it as a fund-raiser for your school or community group. Or eat it yourself – it’s delicious!
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