Fudge, a soft and sweet chocolate candy!
As you all know we really love chocolate ( who doesn’t haha). We always eat milk chocolate or dark/pure chocolate but not always the white chocolate. Technically white chocolate is not real chocolate as it doesn’t contain any cocoa, but it is made primarily of cocoa butter, sugar and milk solids. Still delicious though! We thought let’s make something with it. So Red velvet fudge it is!
Really easy to make, bit sweet but very YUM!
1 can (14oz) of condensed milk
500 gram white chocolate
1 tsp vanilla
½ tsp cinnamon
1 tbps Cocoa
2-3 tsp red dye (preferably gel dye)
225 gram white chocolate
- Cover a baking pan with parchment paper.
- Place the white chocolate and the condensed milk in a heat proof bowl over a pan ( a bain marie), stirring occasionally.
- Add the vanilla, cinnamon, cocoa powder and food coloring with the chocolate mix.
- Transfer the mix in the baking pan and spread evenly.
- Melt the other white chocolate ( a bain marie)
- Drizzle it on the fudge
- Transfer the baking pan in the refrigerator for about 4 hours or until its firm
- Cut it into bite sizes
That day we couldn’t resist to make some Oreo cream fudge as well, yes with Oreo cookies!! Recipe in our next post 🙂
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Looks like a sensational dessert for Valentine’s Day. Thanks for the recipe.
Your welcome Lizellyn, yes this would be a perfect dessert for Valentine’s day. What you also can do is cut them in hearts 😀
This looks wonderful and I love how you both photograph each phase of your cooking to demonstrate how it is done..thank you – so much easier for people like me (who do not cook well)
Hi Sue, your welcome! Yes, we have the same problem hihi! If we try a new recipe, its still pretty difficult how to do it. Even there’s a step by step explanation. But if its illustrated (picture/film), it works so much better hihi! So we know how it is :). Have fun with this recipe Xoxo
Looks so amazing! Definitely trying these 🙂
Thank you so much Freda for your nice comment hihi. Hope you will like this recipe, let us know how it went 🙂
These look fabulous!
Hi Kristy, thank you so much! And its yum too hihi 😀
Hi, Thankyou for stoping and liking my blog.your picture of Edinburg is really beautiful.
Hi Darshana! You are welcome 🙂 Great blog you have! Thank you, Edinburgh is a beautiful city, great landscape 😀
Might have to try this one. As soon as we got home my wife made Fudge – obviously missing it. Thanks for the recipe
Hi Fifty Toes Walkabout! You are welcome, we are glad you like this recipe. We think you and your wife will love it 😀 Thank you for stopping by our blog!
I love anything Red Velvet!
Yes, we love it too. Everything with Red Velvet is just YUM hihi 🙂
Thank you Donny! It is delicious hihi 😀
I’m in a fudgy mood, and see this—what perfect timing! I’m always eager to try any recipe that involves any type of chocolate. Thanks for sharing, and Merry Christmas!
Hi C. Marie! Ah what a coincidence hihi. You are welcome..Hope you will like this recipe! We also love to experiment with chocolate 😀 Merry Christmas to you as well! Thanks for stopping by 😀
Hi!!! Just passing by to say I love your blog!!!
Aww thank you so much Elpedacitodecristina for your nice comment! Reading this really made us smile. Great blog you have too! 😀
Thank you SpiceandPetal! 😀
Thank you Rashminotes! 😀
Reblogged this on Home Made Dreams! and commented:
Thank you Javy for re-blogging this red velvet fudge 😀
I need to make this for my boyfriend! He loves red velvet – thank you so much!
You are welcome! Glad you like it. We are sure he will love it 😀
It looks so yummmmy!!! Want to try.
Hi Mairanny! Yes this red velvet fudge is really yum! Sweet but delicious! You should try it, we are sure you will love it 😀
This looks incredible!
Thank you littlemissholly2! 🙂
Thanks for liking my post on the Prague Clock. Your dishes look delicious.
Your welcome Mytiturk! You have a great blog. And thx for your compliment, glad you like our dishes 😀
Thanks Threeagainstoneblog 😊