In recognition of yesterday being National Fudge Day this is even more appropriate to give you for a Wicked Wednesday treat!
A piece of this in my mouth just leaves me totally speechless….
There are just no words to give it justice!
Go on – you know you want to! 🙂
- 30g roasted peanuts (if your nuts are salted, don't add the pinch of salt to this layer)
- 400g can condensed milk - divided
- 80g peanut butter
- 170g white chocolate chips
- 1 tsp ThermoFun Vanilla Bean Paste - divided
- 200g dark chocolate chips
- large pinch of salt
- Place peanuts into TM bowl and roughly chop 2 sec / speed 5. Set aside.
- Place 200g condensed milk, peanut butter, white chocolate and ½ tsp vanilla into TM bowl and cook 5 mins / 50°C / speed 2. Scrape down and cook for a further 1 min / 50°C / speed 2.
Pour into a lined 20x20cm tin, spread out evenly into all the corners and press it down flat with the back of a spoon.
No need to wash TM bowl.
- Place tin into fridge while doing next step.
- Place remaining condensed milk, dark chocolate chips, ½ tsp vanilla and large pinch of salt into TM bowl and cook 5 mins / 50°C / speed 1. Scrape down and cook 1 min / 50°C / speed 2.
- Add chopped nuts and combine 10 sec / speed 1 / Reverse.
- Pour evenly on top of first layer in tin and use the back of a spoon to gently press down and smooth the top.
- Option: press in some whole nuts on top of fudge for decoration.
- Refrigerate for min 2 hours before cutting into pieces.
To remove all mixture from TM bowl after scraping out with a spatula, replace bowl on TM unit and mix 5 sec / speed 10. This will flick any excess mixture off the blades.
This recipe works a lot better with tin condensed milk rather than homemade condensed milk.
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