Wikipedia they are also sold in Switzerland and Brazil.
And what kid - big or small - could not be excited at fudge that involved chopping up chocolate bars, melting condensed milk and chocolate, and sprinkling fudge chunks.
I am sending this fudge to We Should Cocoa which is hosted by Lovely Appetite and about simple recipes this month.
More fudge on Green Gourmet Giraffe:
Black bean cacao fudge (gf, v)
Caramel fudge (gf)
Chocolate cashew fudge (gf, v)
Chocolate layered fudge (peppermint or caramel) (gf)
Hedgehog fudge with dried cherries
Mostly raw double layer fudge (gf, v)
More fun fudge elsewhere online:
Chocolate Crunchie Fudge - Jacqueline Meldrum on baby.co.uk
Easy Tim Tam Fudge - Kidspot
Mars Bar Fudge - Create Bake Make
Peppermint Crisp Fudge - Thermobliss
Tim Tam Milo Fudge - Bake Play Smile
Makes lots of small pieces
300g dark chocolate (I used one with 50% cocoa solids)
300g condensed milk
3 Chokito bars
85g fudge chunks, for topping
Line a 15cm square cake tin with baking paper. Chop Chokito bars into chunks and set aside. Melt chocolate, condensed milk and butter. Mix in Chokito chunks. Tip into prepared tin and smooth on top with the back of a spoon. Scatter fudge chunks over the top and lightly press into the fudge. Leave in the fridge to firm up (or put it in the freezer if you are impatient). Cut into small squares. Keep in an airtight tub in the fridge or at room temperature.
On the stereo:
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