Friday, 14 February 2014

It's Party Fudge and you're all invited!

You know what the best thing about a party is? Well, apart from being with family and friends and celebrating life's special moments, and blah blah blah?

It's that you can very nearly get away with anything you like and people will say, "well, it was a party after all". Unless you're these guys and you did this.

Photo: Daily Mail

And if you want to put a brownie, some gummi bears, a few chips and a chunk of fudge in your mouth all at once? Well, it was a party after all!
If this sounds like you, below you'll find a recipe for Party Fudge, invented recently in the P11 kitchen. This recipe is super easy to make in the microwave in minutes. You can add in whatever party sweets you like - just try to add something salty as well as sweet, like peanuts or pretzels. And only use chocolates with a shell like Smarties, as you'll be adding the chocolate to a hot fudge mixture and it will melt. Unless you want that, which actually sounds fabulous! 

It's inspired by those times when you're standing in front of a huge party table with every sweet you can imagine right in front of you, and you accidentally on purpose pop a few in your mouth and wonder exactly why you haven't been eating M&M's with jelly snakes for years?!!

Party Fudge


440g white chocolate (not cooking chocolate)
1 can condensed milk
30g butter
1 cup chopped brownie pieces
1 cup gummi bears
1/2 cup plain potato crisps


1. Line a brownie pan (15cm x 10cm) with greaseproof paper.
2. Place white chocolate, condensed milk and butter in a microwave safe bowl and heat in the microwave for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds. The mixture will be thick but spreadable.

3. When mixture is completely combined, quickly transfer it into the lined pan and press down evenly. Then, add your party mixture, spreading evenly and pressing some bits down into the fudge mixture and leaving other bits on top.

4. Refrigerate the fudge for at least 2 hours. The longer you leave it in however, the firmer it will be.

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