Firework fudge

11 likes 3 comments Recipe by Jen Atherton

Firework Fudge of Jen Atherton - Recipefy

400g Dark or Milk Chocolate, broken into pieces
1 cup sweetened condensed milk
60g butter
hundreds and thousands sprinkles

Prep. Time → 10 min

Cook Time → 2 hours refigiration min

1. Put the chocolate, condensed milk and butter into a saucepan over low heat and stir until smooth and glossy.

2. Line a 20cm sqaure tin with aluminium foil and pour the mixture into the tin. Shake hundreds and thousands (the fireworks) over the fudge and refrigirate for 2 hours, or until set.

3. Cut the fudge into small squares to serve or wrap pieces in waxed paper and twist the ends to make a great gift.

desserts, easy, festival food, kids, quick, sweet, cheap, few ingredients, family, fun with kids, gifts November 08, 2011 20:48

Author The Atherton Family

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James Law 8 years ago

Looks simple and tasty ! I must try them

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Kathryn Miller 8 years ago

Sounds so easy i'm going to get my son to make them at the weekend.

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Kathryn Miller 8 years ago

Very simple to make and taste good too

Jen Atherton
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