Two Ingredient Vegan Fudge

Deliciously dairy free, no fuss fudge made with just two ingredients; dairy free condensed milk and chocolate. I bought the coconut condensed milk online from amazon, but you can also buy it from branches of Wing Yip, the Wing Yip’s website, or Ocado if they deliver to your area

You’ll need;

  1. 420g/15oz dairy free chocolate, I used Bournville but any should work
  2. One 320g/11oz of coconut condensed milk

Method;

  • Firstly start by lining a 8.5×6.5 inches/22x16cm dish (it doesn’t have to be those exact measurements, just around about there). I used foil and if you use foil too make sure to smooth it out, especially in the corners
  • Break the chocolate down into small pieces and add into a microwave safe bowl. Pour the condensed milk over the top of the chocolate. This is what the can looks likeDSC_0363-picsay-1.JPG
  • Pop the bowl into a microwave and heat on half power for 30 seconds at a time, removing and giving the mixture a very thorough mix in between. If you can’t alter the power on your microwave, just do 10 second bursts then mix thoroughly in between
  • Once the mixture is fully melted it will become quite thick. At this point you can pour it into the lined dish
  • Leave it to cool to room temperature for an hour, then pop it into the fridge for a good three hours (or overnight if you can). As you can see in this image I didn’t line the whole dish in foil. I would recommend lining the whole dish, as the fudge stuck to the parts without foil. I encouraged it out with a sharp knife, but it would have been easier to just line the whole of the dish
  • Once the fudge is set, you can take it out of the dish, then peel away the foil. Chop into whatever sized pieces you  and enjoy. Store the fudge in an airtight container in the fridge

This fudge barely lasted a couple of days before it was gone, so I’d say it was a hit. I should imagine it would keep for a couple of weeks though, if you store it in an airtight container in the fridge

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