Saturday, 12 December 2009

No Cook Fudge

Nothing whatsoever to do with stitching but this has been the most popular recipe with my learners. Its very sweet, go on you know you just want to make some.

200g icing sugar
85g butter
95g condensed milk
(for chocolate fudge use 50g cocoa and 15og icing sugar)


  • Put butter into a bowl and cream with a wooden spoon until soft.

  • Mix the condensed milk with the butter. Try not to have too many lumps.

  • Add about half the icing sugar and mix in with the spoon. use your hands to mix in the rest of the sugar until it is like a dough and will be able to be kneaded. If it is too wet still add more icing sugar.

  • Roll out onto a surface dusted with icing sugar. Cut into approx. 1.5cm cubes. Leave in a fridge overnight to harden.

  • This fudge will keep for about a week. You can alter the basic mixture by dipping it in chocolate, putting in some dried fruit
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