katy potaty's fabulous fudge!

Thursday, September 29, 2011
Hello blog friends! Introducing a new friend of mine, Katy Potaty. She has made a sinfully delicious fudge that is perfect enough to wrap up fancy for your dear Grandmother or share at a high tea. Enjoy and don't forget to enter her wonderful giveaway, you can win 12 nail polishes!

There are no words to describe the sweetness of this fudge. It's as sweet as Maria - who has allowed me to bring my culinary happiness over here. It's creamy, unlike the Crumbly Honey-Caramel fudge I made the other day (which I totally forgot to blog about, oops!), and so so smooth.
Ok, gather all these things. By all, I mean less than five ingredients. Yup, that simple!

1 can sweetened condensed milk - (hello there gorgeous, come to Katy!)
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
2 cups white chocolate buttons
3 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature, plus more for greasing the pan

**You can switch this recipe around as much as you like... change the white chocolate for milk or dark or a mixture, swap the vanilla for orange or cinnamon or mint or kahlua... mmm... throw in some chopped macadamias, whatever you like!**
Butter the bottom and sides of an 8 by 8-inch baking pan. Line the pan with a sheet of baking paper, allowing 5cm to hang over the side.
Enjoy, and do me a favour and share this with your lovely friends like Maria! For more delicious (and easy!) recipes, visit my blog


Anonymous said...

Love the new post - Tessie
I love fudge! This recipe looks yum - Josquee :)

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for having me, Maria. I love visiting your blog and sharing with your sweet readers! xox

Anouk said...

Looks delicious!

Bernadetta Pasternak said...

thank you for your comment. if you hadn't written about me on teenvogue.com, I wouldn't have know that I was spotted there! :)

hope you'll visit me more :)

Paulie Antiques said...

yummy! this looks delicious! I am following you now! :)

love, polly

Leah said...

Thank you for the lovely comment you left on my blog! Yes a daisy dress paired with a flower crown would look so lovely! Your blog is so pretty and whimsical, I love the floral background! I'd love to follow you!

Kyla said...

Oh, great post! I've never made fudge before but this recipe looks so simple! I love the kahlua idea ;)

And thanks for the sweet comment on my blog, your blog is adorable!

Sakuranko said...

Cool recipe-.,,

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