FUDGE TWO WAYS
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BONUS CHRISTMAS BAKING RECIPE! This super easy chocolate fudge is smooth and creamy without any beating! I’ve made fudge two ways – cookies and cream, and cranberry pistachio. Recipe adapted from Chelsea Sugar.

This super easy chocolate fudge two ways is smooth and creamy without any beating! I’ve made two versions here - cookies and cream, and cranberry pistachio.

Feel free to make your own additions rather than going with the flavours I’ve suggested. Freeze-dried raspberries or mandarins are a nice option. This is another very versatile recipe (seems to be the theme this week!).

Tip: you want to make sure your pistachios are nice and crunchy. If your store-bought roasted ones aren’t crisp enough, you may want to toast them again.

 

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This super easy chocolate fudge two ways is smooth and creamy without any beating! I’ve made two versions here - cookies and cream, and cranberry pistachio.

FUDGE TWO WAYS

Keyword: SWEET TREATS
Difficulty: Easy
Ready In: 35 minutes
Serves: 18

This super easy chocolate fudge is smooth and creamy without any beating! I’ve made two versions here - cookies and cream, and cranberry pistachio. Recipe adapted from Chelsea Sugar.

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Ingredients

FUDGE

  • 200 g butter (7oz)
  • 2 x 400g cans sweetened condensed milk (28oz)
  • 500 g soft brown sugar (1lb 2oz)
  • 2 Tbsp golden syrup
  • 200 g dark chocolate (7oz)
  • 280 g Oreo cookies (10oz)
  • 100 g dried cranberries (2/3 cup)
  • 60 g roasted, salted pistachios (1/2 cup)

Instructions

  1. PREPARE INGREDIENTS

    Line two heatproof dishes (approximately 20cm square each) with baking paper. You can brush the dishes with a little melted butter to help the baking paper stay in place, if you like.

  2. Cube butter and roughly chop Oreo cookies and pistachios (keep them separate).

  3. COOK FUDGE

    Stir together butter, condensed milk, sugar and golden syrup in a large, heavy-based saucepan. Cook over a low heat, stirring every minute, until bubbles appear over the surface of the mixture (about 10-15 minutes). Cook for a further 5 minutes, then remove from heat and stir in the chocolate until melted and smooth.

  4. Working quickly, divide mixture in half and stir most of the chopped Oreos into one half and most of the cranberries and pistachios into the other half. Pour into prepared dishes and spread out. Press remaining Oreos onto the top of the cookies and cream fudge and remaining cranberries and pistachios onto the other fudge. Leave to cool for half an hour, then place in the fridge to cool for a further hour.

  5. SERVE

    Cut fudge into squares or bars and package up for gifting! Store any extra in an airtight container in the fridge.

Recipe Notes

WINE MATCH: Irish Cream Liqueur for the cookies & cream fudge and dessert wine for the cranberry & pistachio fudge.
GLUTEN-FREE OPTION: Check chocolate is gluten-free. Replace Oreos with gluten-free chocolate sandwich biscuits.
INGREDIENT NOTES / SWAPS: I used dark chocolate with 50% cocoa solids in my version. If you prefer a stronger chocolate taste, go for a darker chocolate. This recipe is very versatile - try other flavours if you like. Freeze dried fruit (i.e. raspberries or mandarins) would be a good option.
STORING AND REHEATING: Store in airtight containers in the fridge. Tastes best eaten within 5 days (in my opinion!) but will keep well for 2-3 weeks refrigerated. Fudge can also be frozen (double wrap in plastic wrap and place in an airtight container).

 

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3 Comments

  1. Rebecca says:

    Hi how long does this fudge keep for please? And how many pieces does this recipe make?

    • Josie says:

      Hi Rebecca, sorry for the lack of details! This fudge will keep for 2-3 weeks in the refrigerator. I think it’s nicest fresh (eaten within about 5 days) but it does keep well for longer than that. The recipe makes 18 pieces (about the size shown in the photo), so if you are using a 20cm square tin cut it into 3 x 6. I’ve updated the recipe with these details now 🙂

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