Christmas Chocolate Fudge Puddings
Christmas Chocolate Fudge Puddings

Christmas Chocolate Fudge Puddings

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Christmas Chocolate Fudge Puddings
Christmas Chocolate Fudge Puddings

Ingredients

What you need
1½ cups sultanas
1/3 cup brandy
450g CADBURY Baking Milk Chocolate Melts
395g can sweet condensed milk
½ cup toasted slivered almonds
1/3 cup red glace cherries, halved
150g CADBURY Baking White Chocolate Melts
Christmas sprinkles

Christmas Chocolate Fudge Puddings

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1 hour
Easy
18 Servings

Ingredients

What you need
1½ cups sultanas
1/3 cup brandy
450g CADBURY Baking Milk Chocolate Melts
395g can sweet condensed milk
½ cup toasted slivered almonds
1/3 cup red glace cherries, halved
150g CADBURY Baking White Chocolate Melts
Christmas sprinkles

Method

1. PLACE sultanas and brandy in a bowl, cover and stand overnight to plump the fruit. Drain well and discard brandy.
2. COMBINE the chocolate and condensed milk in a saucepan, stirring occasionally, over low heat until melted and smooth.
3. STIR in drained sultanas, almonds and cherries, transfer to a bowl and chill until firm enough to shape.
4. DIVIDE fudge into 18-20 x ¼ cup amounts and roll into balls. Place onto a paper lined tray and chill until firm
5. MELT the white chocolate in a microwave safe plastic bowl on 50% POWER. Begin with 20 second bursts then reduce to shorter bursts as the chocolate melts, stirring well between each burst of power. Only microwave until 75% of the chocolate has melted. The rest will melt as you stir it.
6. SPOON a little chocolate onto each ball to resemble custard then decorate with Christmas sprinkles. Store, chilled, in an airtight container until required. Serve at room temperature.
NB: Place the Puddings into individual cellophane bags and tie with ribbon or string as a cute home-made gift.
Everyone likes fudge and this chocolate one is fun served as a Christmas pudding.

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