Traditional fudge can take a little bit of effort and needs a thermometer and patience but it’s wonderful to have another option and this is it! A simple fudge recipe using 4 ingredients, some melting, a good strong arm for stirring and a fridge. That’s basically it.Continue reading
Are words really needed here? I think the title says it all. It’s such a simple recipe from Jane’s Patisserie which needs no thermometer, no boiling and only 4 ingredients. These Caramel Rolo Fudge pieces make a perfect foodie gift wrapped in pretty boxes. Just make sure to place parchment between each layer.
Another tip to be aware of is that they will continue to set once kept in the fridge. After you cut them, place into a container and keep them in the fridge for up to 2/3 weeks (they won’t last that long!)