White Chocolate Squiggles Fudge. You need it. You really do.
These last four months have seen me incredibly busy and stressed and very rarely in the kitchen creating delicious treats or writing blogs- two of the things I love most! I have most definitely missed it and with the end in sight, I can feel myself starting to relax a little bit!
Sometimes you just know that things are going to go together perfectly and with white chocolate and Squiggles in the pantry, it made sense to smoosh them together to make a new creation.
White Chocolate Squiggles Fudge is so ridiculously easy to whip up. Like, ridiculously easy. It’s the exact same recipe as the White Chocolate Oreo Fudge except…. different cookies and I actually think it’s better!
I feel like writing lots of words to try and explain how good this fudge is, is quite pointless, so here’s the recipe because #TREATYOSELF!
- - 400g white chocolate (chopped) or white chocolate chips
- - 1x 395g sweetened condensed milk
- - 1/2 TBSP vanilla extract
- - 2 pkts mini Squiggles cookies
- - Flick the element on to a medium heat and grease and line a square baking tin with baking paper. Grab 1 1/2 pkts of Squiggles cookies, chop them up and pop them off to the side. Save the 1/2 packet for the top!
- - In a medium sized pot, pop in white chocolate or white chocoalte chips, sweetened condensed milk and vanilla extract. Give it a good stir, pop it onto the element and stir continiously until the white chocolate has melted and everything is well combined.
- - Take your pot off the heat, grab your chopped Squiggles and mix those delish wee cookies in.
- - Pour your fudge mixture into your baking tin and smooth it on out. Chop up the remianing 1/2 packet of Squiggles and sprinkle these beauts on top.
- - Into the fridge it goes until it's set! This can take anywhere between 2-4 hours depending on how cold your fridge is. If you're in a bit of a rush, whack it in the freezer. Once it's set, chop it up into pieces and devour! Any remaining fudge pieces will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for a couple of weeks.
It’s full of squiggly squiggles, creamy, fudgy, has crunchy bits and is pretty much everything you could ever want in a fudge. Well, that’s what I think anyway and in the words of Nicholas- “this might just be the best thing you’ve ever made!”.
Let’s just say there’s none left at work or in our fridge!