White chocolate chip fudge

White chocolate chip fudge

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(36 ratings)

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 20 mins

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Cuts into 12 squares
Fudge makes a great gift - put in your friends' favourite chocolate and give them a sweet treat for Christmas

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal444
  • fat26g
  • saturates15g
  • carbs54g
  • sugars53g
  • fibre0g
  • protein2g
  • salt0.08g
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Ingredients

  • 500g golden caster sugar
  • 500ml double cream
  • 3 tbsp liquid glucose (available in most supermarkets and chemists)
  • 140g white chocolate, cut into chunks (not too small or they'll melt completely)

Method

  1. Line a 22cm square non-stick tin with baking parchment. Put the caster sugar, double cream and liquid glucose in a pan. Slowly heat together, stirring continually, until the sugar melts and stops feeling grainy on the bottom of the pan. Turn up the heat and fast boil until a small amount of the mixture dropped into a glass of cold water sets into a soft ball that you can pick up on a teaspoon. By this time the bubbles in the mixture will look small and even.

  2. Turn off the heat and keep stirring for 5 mins or until the mix starts to thicken a little. Sprinkle in the white chocolate and swirl it through the mixture once using a spatula or the handle of a wooden spoon. Pour into a tin and leave the fudge overnight to set, then turn out and cut into squares. Will keep for up to 2 months in an airtight container – don't store in the fridge or the fudge will go soft.

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katevg
1st Feb, 2017
5.05
Such a good recipe I have made it so many times. Only thing I would say is not to use any white chocolate that is softer in the middle as it meant the fudge didn't set properly
b226cmrWilts
27th May, 2016
5.05
Absolutely gorgeous this fudge is!! I've made it a couple of times and it is fairly easy as fudge goes..... Both times i must of put the white chocolate in when the fudge was to hot because it melted straight away but that didn't effect the taste :)
ThePeets
3rd May, 2016
5.05
Made this for the first time yesterday and it came out perfect, really yummy. Very smooth fudge, boiled it for 20 minutes, I also listened to the comments and left the white chocolate (Nestle) in the chunks it came in and they only melted the tiniest bit so it looked amazing also. Without a doubt I will be making this again 5*****
patriciaf
6th Dec, 2015
5.05
I have never made fudge before but I will most certainly be making it again. Like a lot of the reviewers the chocolate melted but who cares. I will be trying some more variations for Christmas. The possibilities are endless. mmmmmmmm
erinwardle
6th Dec, 2014
Fab recipe! Eventhough white chocolate didn't stay in chunks, as melted straight away... But was still yummy and had tons of compliments!
julesbirdie
4th Feb, 2014
5.05
I just made this fudge and I am not sure how people have got it wrong below but this is the best fudge I ever made, I changed the flavours to vanilla and added cherries and walnuts, the fudge tastes just like the handmade fudge I had at Walt Disney World. Love it, will use this recipe again.
mmichellled
23rd Dec, 2013
left to set over night and was runny. Threw back in the pan and let boil without stirring, stirred for 5 mins and now I have instant fudge!!!!!! :-)
1abi111
15th Dec, 2013
I used a thermometer to get the right temperature so it was a lovely texture, but mine burned on the bottom of the pan, that could have been my pan or too high heat. But it still tasted good, have told everyone the burned bits are vanilla seeds. lol Also all my chocolate melted into the fudge even though I thought I had chopped the chunks large. Will defiantly make again with a lower heat and wait longer to add the chocolate.
wizzbang82
21st Oct, 2013
Delicious! Best fudge ever. Shame the recipe instructions are somewhat lacking. It doesn't say how long you need to boil it for- hence why some people have ended up with runny fudge. I found 15-20mins of rapid boiling was needed to make it colour and thicken. Also, it doesn't explain clearly enough what soft ball is. I found a helpful YouTube video which explained it far better! Basically when the fudge is in the water- you should be able to pick it up between a thumb and forefinger and roll it into a ball. Despite all my stirring, I ended up with a wonderfully smooth, not grainy fudge. It was a little crumbly. I made a milk and white chocolate version, by simply tipping in 2 packets of chocolate buttons. I will be attempting multiple variations of this- dolly mixture fudge is next!
hellzywellzy
25th Sep, 2013
Can anyone tell me if this is a smooth chewy fudge or a more textured crumbly one?

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libbyanderson
9th Aug, 2016
3.8
I cannot seem to find liquid glucose anywhere! Is there any substitute for liquid glucose?
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goodfoodteam
16th Aug, 2016
HI there, liquid glucose is available in many of the big supermarkets. Check the baking section and look for the Dr Oetker brand. You can also buy this and other brands online. Hope this helps.
Ozzy_and_Elvis
28th Jun, 2014
can you use milk chocolate or does it have to be white?
Emily_22
12th Feb, 2014
How much is one serving of this fudge??
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goodfoodteam
21st Feb, 2014
Hi there, thanks for getting in touch. One serving of this fudge is 1/12th of the total recipe. Enjoy! Best wishes, BBC Good Food team
zoehurd
18th Dec, 2013
Does anyone know how long this will keep for?
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goodfoodteam
18th Dec, 2013
Hi there,The fudge will keep for up to 2 months in an airtight container – don't store it in the fridge or the fudge will go soft. Enjoy!
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