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Easy Mint Choc Fudge


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Base

  • 340 grams Chocolate melts, REAL Milk or Dark Chocolate
  • 3/4 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

Mint topping

  • 340 grams white chocolate
  • 3/4 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/4 tsp Peppermint essense
  • 1 dash Green Food Colouring
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Recipe's preparation

    Base
  1. Line a 20cm x 20cm square tin with cling wrap and lightly spray.  Don't use baking paper as fudge will stick to it.

  2. Place choc into clean TM bowl.  Chop sp 9, 7sec.

    Add can of sweetened condensed milk.

    Cook for 18min/110deg/Speed 3

  3. Transfer to lined tin, and leave to cool down completly before transfering to fridge to set.

     

  4. Mint fudge topping
  5. Place white choc into clean TM bowl.  Chop sp 9, 7sec.

  6. Add can of sweetned condensed milk.

  7. Cook for 18min/110deg/Speed 3

    Add pepermint and mix 20 seconds, reverse Counter-clockwise operation speed 1.

    Pour onto chocolate base and chill 30 mins - 2 hours until set.

    When cool cut into slices with a warm knife and enjoy.

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Tip

Sprinkle shaved chocolate or any crushed sweets on top for extra sweetness


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  • I cooked for longer as you

    Submitted by SarahThermy on 30. October 2016 - 13:09.

    I cooked for longer as you suggested this time and it set!  Thank you for this recipe.

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  • I also found this recipe

    Submitted by steph85 on 22. December 2015 - 08:01.

    I also found this recipe looked great... but I didn't have any success. It was far too sticky, and I couldn't get the cling wrap off. I have since put it in the freezer to see if it can be saved, but was very expensive to make. I don't think I will try this one again. What I did manage to try was really yummy though!

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  • I found this didn't set even

    Submitted by Susan Jonath on 25. May 2015 - 09:33.

    I found this didn't set even after 2 days. It a;so stuck to the cling wrap. I could not salvage it at all. The teaspoon of goo I scooped from the top was very tasty , though definately a somtimes treat. If I try this again I will probably double the cooking time and increase the temp to varoma. I found it to be very expensive also. :(

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  • This is delicious but just

    Submitted by Bex007 on 27. November 2014 - 10:02.

    This is delicious but just remember to use real chocolate not COMPOUND chocolate as I accidently did, my green layer (mint) did not harden and was a river of green with chocolate pontoons when cut up and place in the fridge but still so yum

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  • This is delicious but just

    Submitted by Bex007 on 27. November 2014 - 10:02.

    This is delicious but just remember to use real chocolate not COMPOUND chocolate as I accidently did, my green layer (mint) did not harden and was a river of green with chocolate pontoons when cut up and place in the fridge but still so yum

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  • Pictures look great, but my

    Submitted by L plates on 25. July 2014 - 12:47.

    Pictures look great, but my attempt was lacking.

    I didn't have great success with this one... Maybe I messed up, but result was too sticky (stuck to alfoil) .To save it, I rolled the sticky stuff into a ball... But can't say that the $$ for ingredients was worth it.

    i tried putting it in freezer (20 mins) to help set quicker... Maybe that was why my end product was not so great...

    PS- I did find that it improved after a few days in the fridge (less sticky!). still very edible!!! :)

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  • Yes after making this a few

    Submitted by Mishy3 on 12. July 2014 - 11:24.

    Yes after making this a few times, I have slightly altered.  I use cling wrap EVERY time now, and I also added two minutes to the cook time for each, which makes it more fudgy, less sticky.

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