Kit-Kat chocolate Easter leftovers fudge.

The easiest – peasiest tastiest chocolate fudge EVER! It’s a @carnation_uk recipe and perfect for using up leftover Easter chocolate 🏻

I’m one of those mums that finds it REALLY hard to let the girls have artist licence………. I struggle to not get involved! But I am a dick because when I let them crack on, look what they make!!

For this one the majority of the choc was a kitkat egg (you’re getting some of this back Aunty @kaylesc18 In Repayment for the MASSIVE eggs you gave the girls 🤣🤣) so it’s got bits of kitkat through it too! And topped with kitkat bunnies and smarties

You need – .
400g chocolate .
397g tin of Carnation Condensed Milk
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25g @iomcreamery butter .
100g Icing sugar
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20cm square tin, lined with baking parchment
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Toppings of your choice.
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Directions –
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Break or chop the chocolate into small chunks and place in a non-stick saucepan with the condensed milk and butter.
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Melt the ingredients gently over a low-medium heat, stirring occasionally until smooth and silky.
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Sieve in the icing sugar and mix thoroughly (you can use an electric whisk if you like). Press the fudge into the tin and smooth over the top with the back of a spoon. If you're adding toppings, press them into the surface.
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Chill in the fridge for 1 hour or until set, then cut it into squares.
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Store the fudge in an airtight container in the fridge for up to two weeks or you can freeze it (the fudge won't 'freeze' solid but it will keep for up to 1 month like this)
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Perfect Easter hols activity 🏻

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