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Father's day fudge recipe in Sainsburys Fresh Ideas magazine (I think!)

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babycat Mon 15-Jun-09 17:21:51

I saw a recipe in a magazine I got through the post - think it was Sainsburys Fresh Ideas for fudge that children can make think it just involved putting it in the fridge for 3 hours. I know it had Carnation Caramel in it and marshmallows as I duly bought them, now I can't find the magazine. Think DH may have thrown it out thinking it was just junk mail but I intended trying to make a few things with DD this week ready for Sunday! Has anyone got the recipe, please?

babycat Mon 15-Jun-09 19:09:25

Have just found it so it was just my usual untidiness and not DH who was to blame! blush

Wigeon Mon 15-Jun-09 19:13:33

Makes 32 pieces

3 hours chilling time

2 x 200g Sainsbury's Belgian coooking milk chocolate

1 x 397g Nestle Carnation Caramel tin

15og Sainsbury's marshmallows

100g mini marshmallows

Partially line 20cm x 20cm square tine with baking parchment. Use 2 strips of paper, crossed over each other at right angles so that they hand over all four sides of the tin.

Put broken-up chocolate in microwave. Add Carnation Caramel. Stir. Microwave on medium-high for 1 min. Stir. Keep microwaving until chocolate is melted.

Stir again. Add large marshmallows. Stir. Put mixture into the tine and sprinkle witht eh mini marshmallows, sticking them into the fudge. Chill for at least 3 hours in the fridge.

Have summarised some of the instructions, which were almost along the lines of "open choclate packet. Take choclate out of packet. Break into pieces..." etc


Wigeon Mon 15-Jun-09 19:14:03

Ah - just cross-posted!

JimmyMcNulty Mon 15-Jun-09 19:19:39

Glad you did Wigeon, I meant to buy fudge for dh but forgot and will make this now!

Wigeon Mon 15-Jun-09 19:54:36

Got the warm fuzzy feeling back now!

babycat Tue 16-Jun-09 19:45:30

Thank you Wigeon smile. JimmyMcNulty if you make it before me let me know how it goes. I'm planning to make it on Friday with DD who is 2.5 - wish me luck!

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