It’s nearing Christmas time, it’s dark outside and it’s getting rather cold. A few cups of the otherwise standars coffee get’s switched with a few cups of hot tea (or glögg for the Swedes) and I know I definetly up the dosage of baked goods! This recipe was reccomended to me by my cousin who works as a chef and it seemed so simple and tasty that I just had to give it a try. The original recipe is from Tidningen Hembakat but as you will see, they are so easy to make your own.
400g of chocolate – I used 100 g 70% dark chocolate and 300 g milk chocolate
25 g of butter
1 can of condensed milk
(Or whatever else you want to top them with for that matter! Coconut? Candied peanuts? The possibilities are endless!
Melt the chocolate and the butter in a bowl held over boiling water.
When it’s melted, add the condensed milk and stir carefully. Let cool for a little while.
Pour the chocolate in to a pan, sprinkle sea salt or chili flakes on top and popp in the fridge for a few hours until it no longer runny.
Cut the fudge into pieces and enjoy!