Everyone likes fudge right? It’s that little bit of luxury that you eat on special occasions or when combitic global caplet private limited you’re wanting that little bit of indulgence and some decadent treats.  What would you say if I told you that if you follow this recipe that you can make delicious, luxurious pieces of fudge that are prefect to share, or to keep all to yourself (although I don’t suggest you eat them all in one go as they’re a bit rich)? What’s even better is that you can make them for less than £5! Even better. 

I made these as a little pre-match treat for my hockey girls before our first game this Saturday.  If you get some nice paper and some ribbon, then it’d be a prefect package to give a loved one as a little token of your affection.

Let’s get cooking!

Cooking Tools

  • Saucepan
  • Wooden spoon
  • Baking paper
  • Square tin and some butter to butter it


  • Tin of condensed milk
  • 4 x 100g of dark chocolate
  • 25g of butter
  • 100g of icing sugar


1. Butter the tin and cover bottom with baking parchment (paper)

2. Put 25g of butter into the saucepan and all the chocolate broken up with the condensed milk.

3. On a low heat, melt together whilst stirring vigorously (it’ll be worth it in the end, promise!)

4. When the mixture is melted and smooth, take off the heat and gradually add the icing sugar until it’s mixed in. Don’t worry if there are little white bits left in the end, I think it adds to the aestheticism.

5. Transfer the mixture into the already prepared tin, spread until you can’t see the bottom and then pop into the fridge to set for a couple of hours.

6. Take the tin out of the fridge when set, then cut into little, mouth-watering chunks.

7. Eat! Om nom nom.

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  1. September 20, 2012  10:28 pm by Jack Stovin Reply

    Shame I don't like fudge as I would defo make this

    • September 20, 2012  11:08 pm by Ffi Davies Reply

      It looks good doesn't it? Beer bread next ;) It's nicer than your usual fudge! Try it.

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