With National Fudge Day soon approaching, it was inevitable that we were going to create a fudge recipe; and we decided to incorporate our #FlavourFocus for this month (Mango) using our Mango White Chocolate. There is one thing for certain – it’s a dream…
We also thought that making fudge is a great activity for the kids to do with Dad, as Father’s Day is coming up (17th June); so why not have a go? The great thing is; there are only 5 ingredients! It’ll also make a lovely gift for Father’s Day; you could pop it into a nice box with a ribbon for Dad, and hopefully he’ll offer to share! 🙂
Mango White Chocolate Fudge Recipe
MAKES 1 TRAY // TIME: 5 MINUTES (2 HOURS COOLING TIME) // Easy
- 150g Mango White Chocolate
- 100g Condensed milk (¼ of a tin)
- A touch of vanilla extract (less than half a teaspoon)
- Dried mango pieces (to decorate)
- Mango and Passionfruit Coulis (to decorate)
- Line a small rectangular baking tray (or cake tin) with baking parchment or tin foil; either will work.
- Chop the chocolate into small-ish pieces, and pop into a microwavable bowl. Pour over the condensed milk and mix together well.
- Heat in the microwave in short bursts of around 20 seconds, stirring in between bursts, until the chocolate has almost melted. Be careful not to heat too much, as it will burn!
- Once the chocolate is melted, mix well with a wooden spoon until it all comes together smoothly, then stir in the vanilla extract, and pour into the lined tin.
- You will see it starts to set immediately; so drizzle some coulis on top, and using a wooden skewer or cocktail stick, drag the coulis through the fudge, so it sits into the fudge rather than just on top. Add some chopped, dried mango, and pop into the fridge. Leave to set properly for at least a couple of hours.
- Lift out of the tin, cut into small pieces (too much can be sickly), then enjoy.