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Free Fudge Recipe

Here at Fudge Fancies we want all our customers to enjoy our unique product and if you are feeling daring why not make some yourself I have put a fudge recipe together for all those creative and daring people out there. This is a brilliant fudge recipe and very easy to make. However, it’s not  my secret family one – this would put me out of business if I posted it!

Making Fudge can be difficult, however we recommend you give it a go! It’s a great activity to do for a treat, and especially good to get the kids involved in making it – hopefully it works out any they will be asking for more! If you don’t like the idea of trying to make your own Fudge, then you can always head over to our shop and buy a box of Fudge Fancies original recipe fudge instead.

I have included an option in the recipe to use double cream instead of condensed milk. With the double cream the texture when finished will be smother, but the condensed milk helps the sugar to crystallise better. The easy option would be to use condensed milk, however it just depends how daring you are.

Vanilla Fudge Recipe

Vanilla fudge recipe with condensed milk or double cream.


  • 225ml Milk
  • 1kg Sugar
  • 125g Butter
  • 350ml Condensed Milk/Double Cream
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla essence


  1. 1. Place the milk, sugar and butter into a saucepan
  2. 2. Boil the ingredients for about 10 minutes on a high heat, stir the mixture continuously to avoid scorching
  3. 3. Add to the mixture the condensed milk/double cream, still stirring continuousl
  4. 4. You can stop stirring and boiling once the mixture begins to obtain a light brown colour and begins to thicken on the side of the saucepan
  5. 5. To test if the mixture is ready there is a simple test. Scoop a teaspoon of the mixture and drop it into a cold glass of water. If the mixture is ready to become fudge it will form a soft ball, if it does not then you can continue to cook the fudge for a further couple of minutes
  6. 6. Add vanilla essence* once the fudge is cooked
  7. 7. Once the fudge is cooked grease a shallow baking pan and pour the mixture into it
  8. 8. Leave the fudge to set or pop it in the fridge
  9. 9. Once set the fudge is ready to cut into squares and eat

*And if you don’t like vanilla essence you can always use another flavouring or why not add some dried fruit.

Enjoy! Let us know how you get on.

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