Photo by Cassie Neiden.
When I tried to make my first dessert a couple weeks ago, I didn’t realize all the tools I would need, such as a mixer, which my brother and I made from a power drill and a spoon. Literally! This week, I wanted to make something so simple that everyone could make this regardless if they live at home, in an apartment or in a dorm.
This week, I made zebra fudge, which is fudge containing both white and milk chocolate. It’s a simple recipe with a bit of pizzazz!
Melt 1 1/2 tablespoons of butter and pour it into a bowl of 1 ¼ cups of white chocolate chips. Then add ½ of a can of sweet and condensed milk and a pinch of salt.
Put the bowl over a pot with water to melt the chocolate and place it on the stove on medium-high heat. It’s important to place the bowl over the pot because if chocolate is cooked too quickly, it will burn. Constantly stir the chocolate on the stove for about 10 minutes. Repeat this process with the milk chocolate.
You also can microwave the chocolate before you add the condensed milk other ingredients if you do not have access to a stove.
Once your chocolate is melted, butter the pan and add the white chocolate to the pan. Then carefully spread the milk chocolate on top. This will create the “zebra” look with two distinct layers.
Put the fudge in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours so it can cool and harden. Then you’re good to go! Your fudge is all ready to satisfy both your white and milk chocolate cravings!
If you need more than just chocolate in your fudge, take a look at this recipe that includes cinnamon.blog comments powered by Disqus