4 Ingredient Galaxy Fudge Recipe
First time I came across Galaxy fudge was at a bakery somewhere in downtown Vancouver. There was peppermint fudge, chocolate fudge with white chocolate chips, rocky road fudge and then there were these beautiful bars of galaxy fudge. I had never seen or heard anything about it before. At first it looked interesting and upon a closer look its just so mesmerizing what was done with the colors and the patterns on it.
Whether its for the holiday season or you just want to whip up some delicious treats, this easy recipe would be a great start. This cosmic creation looks difficult to make, but fear not! Follow the step by step instructions in the recipe to make the most extra (galactic) fudge, this side of the universe.
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Commonly asked questions
Is white fudge the same as white chocolate?
Fudge calls for chocolate, condensed milk, butter and few other ingredients. Compared to that…white chocolate…well, its just chocolate, made using coca butter from the bean.
Is white fudge healthier than chocolate ?
Fudge in any form, even if you argue that you have added some healthy nuts or even peanut butter fudge, is best kept as special treat for a special time of the year or two. Loaded with around 130 calories per ounce, this sweet treat is not a healthy treat. Even if you try using sugar substitutes, it still does not go enough to make it healthy in anyway.
4 Ingredient Galaxy Fudge
- Melt the white chocolate in a bowl over a water bath.
- Add in the condensed milk and melted butter into bowl and mix till everything is blended in thoroughly.
- Split the whole batch into 4 equal parts. Add in different color into each bowl. Depending on the richness of the color, you may have to add different quantities.
- Line parchment paper in a square/rectangular container/pan that is about 2 or 3 inches deep and 10 cup capacity.
- To get the galaxy kind of effect on your fudge, pour small portions of each color one after the other in the prepared pan or container and swirl through the mix to create a pattern. We did zig-zag from left to right and then top to bottom.
- Sprinkle red colored granulated sugar (optional step).
- Pop it in the fridge for at least 4 hours or overnight and the creamy texture will come out as a solid block
- Cut them into perfect squares and serve. Store it in airtight container
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