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Salted Caramel Fudge


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Ingredients

32 piece(s)

  • 125 grams Salted butter, cubed
  • 400 gram sweetened condensed milk, can of
  • 60 grams golden syrup
  • 30 grams glucose syrup
  • 130 grams brown sugar
  • 200 grams white chocolate, chopped
  • 1 tsp salt flakes
  • 6
    25min
    Preparation 25min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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    Appliance TM 31 image
    Recipe is created for
    TM 31
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Grease and line a 20cm square cake tin with baking paper

    2. Place butter, condensed milk, golden syrup, glucose syrup and brown sugar in TM bowl - 5 min 50C SP1

    3. Increase temperature to 70C 5min SP1 (MC off)

    4. Increase temperature to Varoma, 13 mins SP 2 (MC off)

    5. Add in white chocolate 2 mins SP2 (MC on)

    6. Pour into prepared square pan and smooth the top.

    7. Sprinkle with the salt flakes

    8. Let the caramel cool for 60 mins on the bench. Cover and place in fridge overnight or until firm.
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Tip

1 piece is never enough!


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  • I’ve just made this recipe yesterday and it...

    Submitted by Relle_6 on 11. February 2019 - 23:03.

    I’ve just made this recipe yesterday and it hasn’t set.. I followed the recipe above but confused as to why it didn’t work.. any ideas?? TIA

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  • Lots of hooh har over speed, temp etc...I followed...

    Submitted by 4422sharon on 22. December 2018 - 11:38.

    Lots of hooh har over speed, temp etc...I followed the recipe exactly and turned out brilliant...

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  • As instructed step 4 I used speed 3 and didn't use...

    Submitted by Lee24 on 21. December 2018 - 23:20.

    As instructed step 4 I used speed 3 and didn't use glucose syrup. The fudge tastes amazing and set beautifully. I'm not a sweet tooth but I just don't know what it is about this recipe I cant stop at 1 piece! This recipe is a keeper.

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  • This is the best fudge! It is a shame the speed...

    Submitted by Joannel72 on 21. December 2018 - 20:58.

    This is the best fudge! It is a shame the speed had to be changed in step 4. I have been making this fudge for years and I have always done it on speed 3 and never had a problem.

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  • Followed the instructions exactly and wasted my...

    Submitted by jhnaera on 20. December 2018 - 23:34.

    Followed the instructions exactly and wasted my ingredients and time on a caramel sauce instead of fudge.
    Wont ever use this recipe again

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  • I really wish that this recipe had been updated to...

    Submitted by singingsoul on 20. December 2018 - 18:31.

    I really wish that this recipe had been updated to reflect the changes noted in the comments. Wasted a lot of ingredients and have nothing to serve now. Really devastated. tmrc_emoticons.( I am going to go back to the old way of doing it. It would be of benefit to everyone if the recipe was updated with more correct detail. Won't bother again.

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  • Loved this! Didn't read comments abput longer...

    Submitted by learningtothermal on 18. December 2018 - 23:29.

    Loved this! Didn't read comments abput longer cooking time, but turned out perfect anyway!

    Def will make this again

    Salted caramel fudgeSalted caramel fudge

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  • Omitted the glucose and follow some of the...

    Submitted by kezzr79 on 18. December 2018 - 22:25.

    Omitted the glucose and follow some of the comments, a was setting in bowl before finish pouring, partner and son cleaning the bowl. YUMMO. Cooking 7


    put mine in little cupcake cases, for easy tranfer, slight spray before hand, all good.

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  • Delicious. I read the comments and followed the...

    Submitted by angekate on 17. December 2018 - 20:57.

    Delicious. I read the comments and followed the change at step 4.

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  • Perfect fudge, very popular in our household! Used...

    Submitted by Katey Pope on 13. December 2018 - 10:42.

    Perfect fudge, very popular in our household! Used instructions for TM5 as per earlier comments.

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  • 🙌🏻 👌🏻 perfect!...

    Submitted by emmz on 9. December 2018 - 11:26.

    🙌🏻 👌🏻 perfect!
    I am on my second year of making multiple batches for teacher / daycare Xmas gifts. I always change step 4 to the original speed and never had any problem with my machine or the fudge setting. It always turns out just perfect 👌🏻 Thanks so much for the recipe!! 😊

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  • This fudge is delicious. I followed Johns...

    Submitted by mixing_liv on 1. December 2018 - 19:42.

    This fudge is delicious. I followed Johns instructions re longer cooking time and higher heat as well as left out the glucose syrup. Tasty as. Thank you OP and John.

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  • johnro: Thank you for your instructions John. I...

    Submitted by mixing_liv on 1. December 2018 - 19:41.

    johnro: Thank you for your instructions John. I followed your advice and my fudge turned out perfect.

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  • In Nov 2012 I originally converted this recipe...

    Submitted by johnro on 30. November 2018 - 23:29.

    In Nov 2012 I originally converted this recipe from a recipe appearing on ‘Taste’ and posted on the thermomix forum. Since that time I have made over 100 trays. However, I believe that the higher temp is needed for caramelisation and to aid in the setting process. I have always used 220g brown sugar. Over the last couple of yrs I have omitted the glucose and the result is a slightly harder fudge. For those who may be interested, the first cook is 10 mins 100 deg speed 3 after scraping down bowl cook further 20-22 mins varoma temp in TM31 or 120 deg if using TM5. Add white choc combine 15 sec speed 2-3. There has never been a failed batch.
    If using a slice tray it renders 70 squares - it is so moorish that small squares suffice

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  • Rhiannon_22:...

    Submitted by Mumma_of_seven on 21. November 2018 - 08:55.

    Rhiannon_22:

    I also found an old copy and it states in step 4 - varoma, 13 mins speed 3 (mc off). (I Think thermo made her change the orignal recipe for safety reasons?)

    I never had an issue with this recipe setting in the last few years I have used it. Im making it again this week with the original step 4.

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  • I loved this recipe. So easy and delicious. It...

    Submitted by meghan88 on 19. November 2018 - 09:29.

    I loved this recipe. So easy and delicious. It melts in your mouth! I kept checking the fudge through out the day to see if it had set. Took pretty much all day in the fridge. The second time I made it. I made it the day before I wanted it. Still pretty damn good and easy. Thank you

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  • I agree with the comments about it being annoying...

    Submitted by MrsBrowne on 26. September 2018 - 08:35.

    I agree with the comments about it being annoying that the temp has changed in step 4. tmrc_emoticons.-( I have used this recipe countless times. It was one of the first things I made when I got my thermie and everyone loved it. So I tried to make it again yesterday as a farewell to take in for my last day of work today and it hasn't set at all. I have read the comments and will try again using the original temp but obviously it won't be ready for me to take in to work in 20 minutes time. tmrc_emoticons.-(

    I didn't bother reading the comments before making it (which I usually do with a new recipe) because as mentioned, I have used the recipe before and it worked great. I had no reason to suspect the recipe had been changed.

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  • Thomamix: Worked perfectly first time for me. Your...

    Submitted by UptownBrown on 20. September 2018 - 16:11.

    Thomamix: Worked perfectly first time for me. Your comments seem a bit harsh for someone 'sharing' on a community.

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  • Epic Fail!...

    Submitted by Thomamix on 19. September 2018 - 16:11.

    Epic Fail!
    Made this for a bake sale for my daughter’s school. Made the mistake of placing it on a plate with a successful chocolate fudge recipe from recipecommunity.
    Just one big sticky ugly mess that would not set even when placed in fridge drawer at minus 1.
    Please, Please remove this recipe because not everyone has time to scour through all of the comments.

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  • Gorgeous, loved it. Turned out perfect. Thankyou.

    Submitted by jw000401 on 13. August 2018 - 20:56.

    Gorgeous, loved it. Turned out perfect. Thankyou.

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  • Beautiful taste, texture... and mine set properly!...

    Submitted by miniminion00 on 6. July 2018 - 00:23.

    Beautiful taste, texture... and mine set properly! --- i would say that when i decorated it i put too many salt flakes on top, so it was quite salty, but that was totally my fault and nothing to do with the recipie!Big Smile

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  • I read the comments and made sure I adjusted the...

    Submitted by _teedess_ on 8. March 2018 - 14:52.

    I read the comments and made sure I adjusted the time to suit my TM5. Set perfectly and tasted amazing as always!!

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  • Unfortunately for me I didn't read through all of...

    Submitted by bec_marshall_81 on 1. January 2018 - 17:17.

    Unfortunately for me I didn't read through all of the comments and so while this had a lovely flavour it just didn't set for me.

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  • I have the TM5 and followed the advice the...

    Submitted by Nolette on 24. December 2017 - 17:50.

    I have the TM5 and followed the advice the comments. Although the taste was nice, it didn't set properly and was more sticky than fudge like. Disappointed

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  • Yum! Loved by all!!...

    Submitted by emmz on 23. December 2017 - 15:09.

    Yum! Loved by all!!
    I followed the advice in the comments and worked perfectly for me 👌🏻 So easy!! Thank you!!

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  • The recipe has been changed from speed 3 to 2 as i...

    Submitted by Jodie1968 on 22. December 2017 - 20:52.

    The recipe has been changed from speed 3 to 2 as i printed my recipe out last year and it says sp 3 at step 4 so i have never had a problem with it not setting. Its the best fudge ever and doesnt last long in my house

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  • I have cooked this several times, a couple of...

    Submitted by Legham on 20. December 2017 - 22:50.

    I have cooked this several times, a couple of years ago (with what people say is the original recipe) and again twice today. It has worked perfectly for me. I have a TM5 so instead of varoma I did 120 degrees for 13 mins at speed 3 - mc off.

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  • Wow!! Absolutely divine. Took the suggestions for...

    Submitted by Erin2027 on 20. December 2017 - 19:41.

    Wow!! Absolutely divine. Took the suggestions for my TM5 and used Speed 3 for Step #4. Set beautifully. I used Milky bar blocks for the white chocolate and grated them before Step #2.
    I was a little light handed sprinkling the salt so would add a bit more next time. Soooo yummy!!!

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  • So disappointed with this - have made it twice now...

    Submitted by Rachel Whitworth on 20. December 2017 - 18:45.

    So disappointed with this - have made it twice now and both times it did not set. Wish I had read the comments first and seen the extra cooking time advised. What a waste of ingredients and money. Recipe needs to be amended rather than expecting readers to scroll down to comments for adaptation.

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  • SPEED 3 DURING THE VAROMA STAGE IS THE DIFFERENCE...

    Submitted by kryss on 20. December 2017 - 17:34.

    SPEED 3 DURING THE VAROMA STAGE IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS BEING FANTASTIC OR FAILING!! (yes, really!)

    Please excuse the capitals, I wanted that to stand out tmrc_emoticons.) .

    Thank you so, so, so much for the comments explaining what has gone wrong with this. This was a foolproof, fantastic recipe that suddenly went to pot. I blamed the chocolate (Cadbury constantly tinker with their recipe) and changing to Nestle helped but I still had issues with it not setting. I was genuinely surprised at how much more cooking occured when I returned to speed 3. The colour is darker, the smell during cooking is stronger, and the droplets from steam that I used to so carefully avoid dripping into the fudge when I removed the TMX lid, have returned. I've just seen the reply saying that speed 3 is a safety issue at varoma temp (Really?? More than higher speeds with any other also very hot temperature that is also capable of burning skin?! If so than we all deserve refunds for unusable machines....). So if this recipe is to be used, the options are to risk speed 3 at the varoma stage or to try cooking for longer to compensate. Next time I'll add another 10 minutes to the varoma temp with speed 2, and see how that goes.

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  • Disappointed with this recipe. Tried it first of...

    Submitted by Bradjenhicks on 20. December 2017 - 10:02.

    Disappointed with this recipe. Tried it first of all without reading all the comments and the changes that had to be made, so it didn’t set (step 4 should be speed 3 not 2). Then tried it again, with another batch of ingredients and it is still a sticky toffee type fudge. Not a crunchy solid fudge. It is 40 degrees Celsius where I am so that may have affected it but I’ll not be trying it again after two failed attempts. I’ll go back to my old stove top fudge instead. Sorry.

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  • thermi virgin:thank you!

    Submitted by Smartremark on 19. December 2017 - 21:56.

    thermi virgin:thank you!

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  • I chose this one because of the number of votes...

    Submitted by Tjmp76 on 19. December 2017 - 12:43.

    I chose this one because of the number of votes and high rating. Didn't set. I didn't have time to muck around. I needed it to work. Sorry.

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  • Oh where has this recipe been all my life...

    Submitted by FionaJMcInerney on 19. December 2017 - 11:39.

    Oh where has this recipe been all my life 😂👌🏻😋 Soooo good.

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  • Really sad my batch hasn't set! Have previously...

    Submitted by Nicknellie2016 on 18. December 2017 - 13:47.

    Really sad my batch hasn't set! Have previously used this recipe with no issues but now have a big tray of sticky toffee :/ would be great to have the recipe changed back!

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  • The recipe works after reading through the...

    Submitted by Moglos on 18. December 2017 - 12:07.

    The recipe works after reading through the comments and doing all the adjustments etc. I melted the first batch of fudge again and cooked it a bit longer. I'm sorry but I can't give a 5 star to the recipe because it doesn't work.

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  • Can you please change step 4 to read speed 3 and...

    Submitted by BecD on 17. December 2017 - 15:37.

    Can you please change step 4 to read speed 3 and not speed 2? Have always used this recipe, but since altering the speed, it doesn’t set.

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  • So wish I had read the comments before making!...

    Submitted by Lockie on 15. December 2017 - 11:32.

    So wish I had read the comments before making! Tastes fantastic, but hasn't set well. Presently in the freezer. Think it will be used from there, as sticky toffee! Smile

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  • Great recipe, works perfectly for me every time....

    Submitted by Juliavh on 10. December 2017 - 20:48.

    Great recipe, works perfectly for me every time. Step 4, aroma for 13min i do at speed 3 as per comments. I make this reasonably refquently and have never had any trouble with it, it sets perfectly (important that you let cool for 60min on bench top before refrigerating) thank you!

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  • Awesome recipe. The best bit was letting the empty...

    Submitted by sashab on 10. December 2017 - 19:19.

    Awesome recipe. The best bit was letting the empty thrmomix bowl cool down and then eating the left over bits!!

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  • Absolutely AMAZING!...

    Submitted by DebBev on 8. December 2017 - 17:21.

    Absolutely AMAZING!

    Made for teachers Christmas presents and huge hit. Followed recipe exactly, although I did use speed 3 for Step 4 and had no issues with it setting. Smooth texture and creamy......sooo good. Thank you for this recipe.

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  • Smartremark: not readable sorry but as mentioned...

    Submitted by thermi virgin on 5. December 2017 - 22:23.

    Smartremark: not readable sorry but as mentioned by others the only change is speed 3when you cook for 13 mins

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  • So good, delicious and easy. I used speed 3 at...

    Submitted by El78 on 5. December 2017 - 22:10.

    So good, delicious and easy. I used speed 3 at step 4 (thanks to earlier suggestions) and it worked perfectly first time. Only issue was having a tray full of delicious fudge in the fridge that (despite all intentions to package up for friends and family) I devoured over the course of a glorious weekend.

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  • SladeKitchen: cook on speed 3 when you cook it for...

    Submitted by alicia3766 on 4. December 2017 - 19:40.

    SladeKitchen: cook on speed 3 when you cook it for 13 minutes, instead of speed 2. This will work without fail.

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  • Smartremark: It's posted in my last comment below...

    Submitted by alicia3766 on 4. December 2017 - 19:38.

    Smartremark: It's posted in my last comment below for you. The only difference is when you cook it for 13 min use speed 3, not speed 2. I made the new recipe on speed 2 last week and it didn't set, I made the old recipe yesterday on speed 3 and it has set perfectly. Yay!

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  • Hi All,...

    Submitted by SladeKitchen on 3. December 2017 - 18:29.

    Hi All,

    I've read all the comments & decided to give this recipe a go..

    In saying that, do you think weather (or humidity more than anything) has a lot to do with why it will or won't set??

    Wish me luck on the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

    Thanks

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  • thermi virgin: if it's readable that would be...

    Submitted by Smartremark on 3. December 2017 - 18:19.

    thermi virgin: if it's readable that would be fine, even if not best quality. Thanks

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  • Yum love this recipe! I read the comments and...

    Submitted by amberino211 on 3. December 2017 - 15:05.

    Yum love this recipe! I read the comments and cooked the fudge for 25min in step 4, and it was already setting when i put it in the tin. Will be making this again for christmas gifts Smile

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  • Smartremark: I have the recipe saved on my paprika...

    Submitted by thermi virgin on 3. December 2017 - 13:43.

    Smartremark: I have the recipe saved on my paprika ap but trying to screen shot and the quality is terrible.

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  • alicia3766: is there any way of getting the...

    Submitted by Smartremark on 3. December 2017 - 09:49.

    alicia3766: is there any way of getting the original recipe again? So I've made the new version and it's paler and hasn't set😁 I made the old one so many times and it never failed.

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