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White Chocolate ‘Fudge’

You would never guess this sweet treat is make from just white chocolate. With such a unique and delicious flavor, everyone is going to love it. It is quite brittle, so choose a simple mold or just break into pieces, then let it melt in your mouth!

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Place the white chocolate in a baking dish with higher sides - the pie plate I used made stirring the chocolate difficult without making a mess. Remove from oven every 10 minutes to gently stir the chocolate.

Once the mixture turns a lovely golden color, and you can noticeably smell its caramel aroma, its ready! Scrape it into a mini food processor with a bit of oil and blend it until smooth and creamy.

Spoon into molds, or pour into a silicon baking pan or a parchment lined one. This type of 'fudge' is quite brittle, so don't be too disappointed if when you un-mold the candies not all of them pop out perfectly (unless you use silicon molds that is - those are great!).WhiteChocFudge6

White Chocolate ‘Fudge’
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Serves: ¾ cup
Ingredients
  • 6oz white chocolate
  • 1 tsp vegetable oil, if necessary
  • Pinch salt
Instructions
  1. Break chocolate into small pieces (or use white chocolate chips) and place in a casserole dish. I used a pie plate, but with such low sides it was hard to stir without making a mess. Bake at 250°F for 10 minutes.
  2. Stir and continue to bake, stirring after every 10 minutes until color changes to a deep caramel color, about 30-50 minutes.
  3. Depending on the quality of chocolate used, you may need to run the chocolate through a food processor along with a teaspoon of oil to smooth the chocolate out. Add a pinch of salt to heighten the caramel flavor.
  4. Pour into molds or spread out into a parchment lined square pan, then chill until set.
  5. Un-mold/break into pieces and enjoy!
Notes
Salt acts to enhance the flavor of the white chocolate, however you may choose to omit it for dietary reasons if desired.

 

One Response to White Chocolate ‘Fudge’

  1. D. Jerome Hauk Jerome February 8, 2017 at 3:35 pm #

    But "white chocolate" isn't chocolate at all.

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