The thing with a good fudge is that it makes the world seem like a brighter place. With its teasingly chewy consistency and a buttery, chocolatey feel, why wouldn't it? Also known as stick-jaws (the chewiness led to this name) this is a delightful confection and here’s the easiest recipe to make it. Try it today. Your kids will love you monumentally more.
Servings - 8
Preparation - 5 Min
Cooking - 25 Min
1 tinNestlé MILKMAID
2 tbspMaida (All purpose Flour)
1/4 cupCocoa Powder
1/2 cupPowdered Sugar
1 cupCoarsely Chopped Walnuts
How to make Chocolate Fudge
In a pan, mix all the ingredients, except walnuts, and heat.
Cook on a slow flame until the mixture thickens and starts moving in a mass (soft ball stage). Stir in the walnuts.
Pour onto a greased plate/tray and smoothen the surface. Cool and cut into 2” squares.