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We love fudge. Whether it's lathered within a chocolate cake or the sickly-sweet stuff you get at the seaside, we want it. All of it. Fudge has always been one of those recipes that not many people attempt, it doesn't exactly sound easy, but I've just transformed your views, as this is microwave fudge that you can make in no time at all. Perfect for you lazy bakers! Who doesn't love a kitchen hack?

Peanut Butter Fudge 

Peanut butter is the cheese to our pizza, the drizzle to our pancakes and most definitely, the key to our hearts. The food trend was fire this year and why wouldn't you want to combine the two? 

Chocolate Fudge 

Sweet condensed milk and chocolate chips are the perfect partners in crime. Get creative by adding drizzled chocolate, nuts or candy and own it! Probably the only recipe you can't fudge up (see what I did there?)!

Funfetti Fudge 

Get the sugar rush flowing and make everything majestically unicorn magical. Add as many sprinkles as you want and make a rainbow explosion. No one can be sad if there are sugar-coated delights around. 

Red Velvet Fudge 

Is it just me or are we just discussing all of our famous Gookie Dough flavours? Get fancy with red velvet fudge and marshmallow fluff (oof, heaven!); you shall be on cloud nine!

Pretzel Nutella Fudge 

Possible one to confuse the taste buds as the salty pretzel flavour intertwined with Nutella hits both sweet and savoury senses! Mix some pretzels and Nutella together, spread out on a pan and freeze them for a few hours, super easy.  

Candy Cane Fudge 

Perfect for the festive holidays, this candy cane fudge provides a refreshing peppermint taste. Using red food colouring, you can get creative (pro tip: instead of mixing in the food colouring, do a swirl effect before popping in the fridge, so it looks super fancy).

Cookie Crumb Caramel Fudge 

Buttery, the right amount of sweetness and amazingly creamy. Using condensed milk, brown sugar, butter, golden syrup, white chocolate, cream and cookies of your choice (Oreo, of course), you can make this in 15 minutes max! 

Making fudge for adults only? Add a splash of your favourite liqueur and get all fancy. 

 

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