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No Bake two ingediant easy Christmas Fudge Recipe


At Christmas I love to cook and bake with my children, however being aged 6 and nearly 2 I like what ever we make to be easy, with as few ingredients as possible.

This no bake fudge ticks all the boxes and it also tastes amazing. It doesn't take very long to make at all and can double up as a lovely Christmas gift for someone. They look amazing in mason jars with a bit of ribbon round the top.

Just like the pancake recipe we shared back in February no difficult measuring is needed either.

I have found that a 1:4 technique works the best.

So use any size cup and for every one cup of condensed milk add four cups of white chocolate. I find a child's beaker is the perfect size to make enough fudge for a large family.

Melt the chocolate, slowly whisk into condensed milk , pour into a container and refrigerate for at least 3 hours.


You can add toppings if you like (I have used crushed candy canes here, but anything goes). Store set fudge in the fridge and use within the week.


Happy making!




Kayleigh & The Boys


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