RECIPE: Unicorn fudge

Every year I make different flavours of fudge as gifts for friends and family. This year I decided to jump on the unicorn bandwagon and make some unicorn fudge. It’s essentially white chocolate flavour with lots of decoration but if you have a unicorn lover in your life, this is a quick and easy treat to make for them!

Ingredients

500g white chocolate, broken into chunks

1 410g tin of condensed milk

60g butter

Pink, purple and blue food colouring

Assorted pastel coloured sprinkles (I got unicorn ones at Tesco)

Line a 20cm x 20cm tin with greaseproof paper and set aside.

Place the chocolate, condensed milk and butter in a large microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high for 2 minutes, stir. Microwave 2 more minutes, stir. Microwave one more minute, stir and then pour into the prepared tin.

Drizzle a little of each of the food colourings over the fudge and then swirl to make a pattern. Sprinkle over the sprinkles and pat down gently to ensure they stick.

Place the tin in the freezer for a couple of hours to set before cutting into squares. The fudge will keep in a sealed container for at least a week or it can be kept in the freezer and cut as needed.

Makes 64 squares

8 Comments

  1. What is it with unicorns lately? Seems like I looked away for a moment, and everyone went unicorn crazy. Your fudge looks sweet and tasty, Abbi. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

    1. It is the current fad. I think the fluffy, silliness of it is an escape from the grim seriousness of life at the moment for people.

  2. This looks amazing! I love unicorns, so I’ll try that recipe soon 😀

    1. It’s so easy and looks really special.

  3. Fudge. Yum. Never thought of unicorns, but I know my grandkids would like these. Merry Christmas, Abbi.

    1. It’s so easy to make and people seem to love it!

  4. That just jumps off the screen.

    1. Thank you! It was so much fun to make!

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