Sweet treats: Easy caramel fudge recipe

by

Eat

Every home needs a caramel fudge recipe in the recipe book. Caramel fudge is loved by pretty much everyone (do you know anyone who doesn’t love it?). This recipe makes a beautifully sweet fudge that melts in your mouth.

I like to use a good quality white chocolate when making this fudge, I think it gives it a rich and smooth consistency, which is what fudge is all about after all! The resulting caramel fudge makes a lovely gift to package up for Christmas or birthdays or just because.

I’ve made this fudge up to a week before I’ve needed to use it. It stores really well in a sealed container inside of the fridge. To be honest, it doesn’t seem to last very long once it’s made!  

Easy caramel fudge recipe

Makes 24 pieces

Prep time: 20 mins
Cook time: 6 hours (mostly in the fridge)

  • 125g of butter
  • 390g tin of condensed milk
  • 2 tablespoons of golden syrup
  • 220g of brown sugar
  • 200g of white chocolate – broken into pieces

1. Break the white chocolate into pieces and chop. Set aside until needed.

2. Line the base and sides of a 28cm x 18cm slice tin with baking paper and set aside until needed.

3. Add the butter, golden syrup, condensed milk and brown sugar to a medium sized saucepan and cook over a low heat for approximately 10 minutes. The fudge mixture will start to thicken and turn a lovely golden brown.

4. Once the fudge mixture has darkened, remove the saucepan from the heat and add the chopped white chocolate and quickly stir to combine.

5. Quickly pour the caramel fudge into your prepared tin and gently smooth the surface.

6. Place the caramel fudge into the fridge for 6 hours (preferably overnight) to set before cutting into small pieces to enjoy.

Easy caramel fudge recipe to try

Let us know in the comments if you make this caramel fudge!

Find more of Lauren’s recipes here.

Written by Lauren Matheson

Lauren is the founder and editor of Create Bake Make and co-editor of Thermoblisswhere she shares simple, easy recipes the kids can help make and the family will enjoy. Lauren is also a mum to two little boys so when she isn't baking up a storm, she's breaking up arguments. In rare quiet moments, Lauren enjoys a hot coffee and indulging her online shopping addiction.

We’re very social

More for you

How to make yummy porridge

How to make yummy porridge

While these days I'm a total expert in how to make porridge (so do read on 😊), breakfast and I have never been friendly. During school, I was the kid who sprinkled a little bit of Weetbix into a cereal bowl, swished around a splash of milk and left the lot in...

16 quick dinners to take the stress out of your evenings

16 quick dinners to take the stress out of your evenings

Can you feel life ramping back up? All it took for us was school and soccer training being back on. Now we're busy every morning and three nights a week too. Sigh. This is when nutritious, quick dinners are my weapon of choice to fight back against the busy. I'm not...

Bill Granger’s self-saucing chocolate puddings

Bill Granger’s self-saucing chocolate puddings

Try this version of Bill Granger's self-saucing chocolate puddings if you dare! I'm not even going to pretend that they are in any way welcome on a healthy diet. When you want to treat yourself, this is how you do it. An easy-breezy dish to make that packs and...

Affiliate links

From time to time Mumlyfe uses affiliate links.  It means that Mumlyfe may receive a small commission at no cost to you when you make a purchase using the link.  You can find out more about how it works here.

You may also like

Related

How to be someone others want to be around

How to be someone others want to be around

I’m writing this guide for my kids as they grow up and go out into the world — but it’s for anyone who wants to connect with others. To be a connected, fulfilled person, we have to be someone others want to be around. I’m writing it for my teenage self, who was shy...

Frenemies: 8 tips to help kids manage mean friends

Frenemies: 8 tips to help kids manage mean friends

Dealing with frenemies was hard enough the first time around, but here we are, going through it all over again with our kids. There's something so confronting about a mean friend and it's certainly one of life's more treacherous waters to have to learn to navigate. As...

2 Comments

  1. Avatar

    I need American measures in order to understand and make this fudge.

    Reply
    • Avatar

      the measurements are done on a scale. It’s hard to calculate into cups and tlbs
      125 of butter -1/2 cup, 2 tlb, 1 1/2 tsp, .19 of 1/4 tsp
      390 of condensed milk – 1 1/2 cup, and 2 tlbs.
      220 of brown sugar 3/4 cup, 2 1/2 tlbs, .55 of 1/4 tsp
      200 of chocolate is about 1 1/4 cups or around 8 oz.

      Reply

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. No bowl, one pan easy slice recipe for the kids to make - […] 2 February 2018 […]

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This