3 ingredient white chocolate biscuit fudge- An easy and quick fudge recipe. A fun way to turn left over biscuits into an interesting sweet treat
Mom never wasted anything. All the bits and leftovers in the kitchen pantry were always converted into something new and interesting. That is the story behind this yummy 3 ingredient white chocolate fudge too. Some left over strawberry biscuits, a couple of spoons of condensed milk and the last few chunks of white chocolate turned into this tasty treat for my kids.
3 Ingredient white chocolate biscuit fudge
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3 ingredient white chocolate biscuit fudge- An easy and quick fudge recipe. A fun way to turn left over biscuits into an interesting sweet treat.
Grind the biscuits into a fine powder in an electric mixer.
Melt the white chocolate in a double boiler. [ Heat water in a vessel and place another one with the chocolate chunks over it. Take care that the chocolate does not come in direct contact with water or it will seize].
Once the chocolate starts to melt add the condensed milk and give it a mix.
After the chocolate melts completely remove it from the heat.
Give the mixture a nice mix so that the condensed milk and melted chocolate are well combined.
Add the biscuit powder and combine well, to get a soft fudgy mix.
Grease your palms with a little butter and shape them into fudge balls. If you would like neat fudge squares, spread the mix in a dish that has been greased and lined with parchment. You can cut the squares, once they set after refrigeration.
Refrigerate for about 1 hour.
Your yummy soft fudge is ready.
I had few strawberry biscuits that i had baked sometime back. Those gave the fudge the light pink colour. You may use any biscuit or cookie. Marie biscuits or any digestive biscuits would work well in this recipe.
White chocolate takes a little longer to melt compared to the cocoa based one. Do make sure that the chocolate is completely melted and that it doesn't come in contact with the water/ steam.
Break the chocolate into small chunks to reduce the amount of time needed to melt it. Grating it would get the work done faster.
If the fudge mix feels too gooey, add a little more biscuit powder to get the right consistency.
Take care not to add to much condensed milk or the fudge won't set.
I keep the remaining pieces [if any!] in the fridge. That keeps them nice and firm.