Fudge baby

As you may be aware I’m always a little reluctant to share recipes from a book people can buy unless I can find the recipe on-line but in this case I know the book is kind of hard to find/buy and if you are a calorie lover, like I am – it’s a good buy so I hope I will be encouraging you to get it by sharing the recipe.

The recipe is from a  book called ‘Wicked-sweet indulgences’ by the Australian Women’s Weekly

360g white choc
1/2 c smooth peanut butter
400g dark choc

grease and line a 20x30cm line and have the paper extending over on 2 sides (for lifting)
melt white choc over simmering water
cool for 5 mins then add peanut butter – stir until smooth
melt dark choc
drop spoonfuls of alternating mixture into the pan and tap/shake lightly to level (see the first pic on my blog)
move a skewer back and forwards through mix to marble
stand at room temp for 2 hours until set – cut into small pieces

Their instructions are obviously much more thorough than this.

SO easy!! not really fudge but similar and it looks so lovely with the marbling

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6 responses

  1. Soooooo the peanut butter is added to the white chocolate??

  2. Yum! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Yum! Sounds delicious! I’ll definitely have to try this one… Thanks

  4. Um? YUM! I love a three ingredient recipe that looks as amazing as this one.

    And it’s got to be good. It has nothing but fat and sugar in it. Bring it on!

    Thanks for sharing. xx

  5. oooh it sounds very similar to Tiger Butter which is extremely naughty but nice.

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