I try every year to come up with an alternative for giving an egg at Easter. Fudge is incredibly versatile – you can just serve it up on a plate or gift wrap and show a little more thought. This is a crumbly type of fudge that I’ve made many a time when I’ve needed something homemade NOW! Its certainly not posh, its for a recipient that appreciate the homemade gift that is a little rustic. One of its massive plus points is that this recipe is quick!
One of the most important things about this fudge is to score the lines for chopping it into square (or triangles if the mood takes you) – If you forget its even harder to get proper shapes. I will admit we have often just picked it out of the silicone mould – its really crumbly…but amazingly moreish.
As usual, this recipe is being entered into Emily from A Mummy Too’s Recipe of the Week…Pop over and read the other tastebud inspiring posts.
Also entering into Honest Mum's Tasty Tuesday