Cornish Fudge is a classic fudge, originating from Cornwall in the UK. There are so many different variations of fudge out there but we think there is nothing better than the traditional style, especially when giving a gift. It is made with condensed milk and white chocolate to create a soft and gooey fudge that's guaranteed to cheer you up on a bad day! If you want to vary it a little, simply sprinkle over some freeze dried raspberries before it sets. It tastes great and adds a nice burst of colour to this traditional treat.
Recipe Tester Feedback: "OMG, yum!!! This was a winner with everyone in our house and made so much so we all have enough to share. Sweet, soft, smooth, fudgey goodness!" - Alana
No: Gluten / Egg / Nuts
Preparation Time 10 minutes
Cooking Time 30 minutes + 4 hours chilling time
Makes 60+ pieces in 2cm squares
Can be frozen
- chocolate - 200g, white, broken up into small chunks
- condensed milk - 395g tin
- butter - 120g
- brown sugar - 160g
- golden syrup - 125g
- Place the white chocolate (200g) into the bowl. Blitz Speed 9 / 5 seconds. Transfer into a separate bowl until later.
- Add the condensed milk (395g), butter (120g), brown sugar (160g) and golden syrup (125g) into the bowl. Program 8 minutes / 100C / Speed 3, measuring cap off.
- Scrape down and cook again 20 minutes / Steaming Temperature / Speed 3, measuring cap off.
- Add the chopped up white chocolate to the mixer bowl and mix Speed 4 / 20 seconds. Scrape down sides.
- Repeat mixing again, Speed 4 / 10 seconds.
- Pour into the the prepared dish and refrigerate for at least 4 hours until set and cold.
- Once chilled, remove from the fridge and place on a chopping board. Tip the dish upside down. If the fudge does not come out easily, allow it to cool to room temperature before chopping it up into bite-size bits.