White Chocolate & Ginger Nut Fudge

This is one of the easiest fudge recipes so you don’t need thermometers but you do need a good strong arm to give the fudge a mix. I used a combination of white chocolate chips from Dr Oetker and some good quality white chocolate bars. Don’t use cooking chocolate for this recipe.

I added crushed ginger nut biscuits as my own ginger biscuits are soft in the centre and chewy and I wanted a crispy, crunchy bite to the fudge instead. If you can find small Gingerbread men, they will look really great!

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Coffee and Walnut Fudge

This fudge recipe is made in the traditional way so there’s no fear of any crumbly bits. It’s so smooth and so delicious but does take a little time when you’re bringing it to boil but this is what gives you that smooth, professional and really beautiful finish so for special occasions, it’s definitely worth it.

The flavour is gorgeous, full of rich coffee which cuts through the sweetness perfectly! Homemade fudge is so different than more commercial versions. It’s full of flavour and doesn’t get lost in an overly sweet taste.

The recipe is perfect to give as gifts. I put 3 pieces into cellophane bags, wrapped with pretty ribbon and gave them as gifts. People raved about the flavour and even though it doesn’t sound like much, 3 pieces of this fudge is more than enough for most people!

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Caramel Rolo Fudge

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!)

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