This fudge recipe has been receiving rave reviews in The 4 Blades Magazine Facebook Group so we decided… Merry Christmas! We will share it with everyone!
We love that it is so easy to make and only has five ingredients… yet so delicious!
It was originally created for The Gift Giving Issue of The 4 Blades Magazine, released December 2017. It has 50+ gift giving recipes inside that are GREAT for Christmas, but will also suit for homemade gift creation throughout the year.
Here’s what you will find in The Gift Giving Issue:
It all looks pretty delicious, right?
All of the recipes in The 4 Blades Magazine are tried and tested multiple times to make sure you can trust them… and this fudge is no exception! You can find this issue by download The 4 Blades Magazine App from iTunes or Google Play on your Apple or Android mobile device.
Fudge is always a hit, and this one is sure to impress! The deliciousness of macadamia nuts and zesty lime is a winning combination. Gift this fudge in a shallow gift box tied with ribbon.
This was also featured as a free recipe on the T4B blog.
Recipe Tester feedback: “I love this unique combination of flavours. It’s different from your usual fudge recipes, but it’s simply delicious. I would totally make this one again.” – Shannah
No: Gluten / Egg
Contains: Dairy / Nuts
chocolate – 500g, white, broken up into small pieces
condensed milk – 395g tin, sweetened
vanilla bean paste – 1 tsp
limes – 2 large, zest only
macadamia nuts – 140g, roughly chopped
Line a square tin with baking paper.
If you need to use your mixer to zest the lime, add peeled zest (from 2 limes) to the bowl and program 1 minute / Speed 10. You may find you need to stop and scrape down the sides if the blades are not making contact with the zest. Set aside the lime zest, dividing your yield in half.
Add the white chocolate pieces (500g), condensed milk (395g tin) and vanilla bean paste (1 tsp) to the bowl. Program 5 minutes / 80C / Speed 2.
Add the lime zest (from 1 lime only) and chopped macadamia nuts (140g) to the bowl. Stir to combine with a spatula.
Pour the mixture into the prepared tin and sprinkle with the remaining zest (from 1 lime).
Place into the fridge to set for a few hours. Once set, slice into squares and leave in the fridge until serving or gifting.