My Announcements and Achievements

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Creme Brulee Fudge

Creme Brulee is so delicious and fudge Oh how can you pass up fudge, combine the two into one and it's a real dream food.

To make it this is what you need:
1 1/4 Cup of granulated Sugar
1/4 Cup Butter
2 1/2 oz. EVAPORATED milk
3 oz. White Chocolate
3 1/2 oz. Marshmallow Fluff
3/4 Tsp. Vanilla Extract
1 1/2 Tbsp. Raw Sugar/Turbinado Sugar  for topping.
8 x 8 foil lined pan (spray with nonstick spray if you have it.)
In a small saucepan combine butter, sugar and evaporated milk (more on this later)

Bring to a boil and continually stir. If you have a candy thermometer bring it up to a

temp. of 240 F. But if you don't have a candy thermometer keep an eye on it, When it's

boiling as soon as brown bits begin to start forming( caramelizing sugar) take it off

the heat. You DON'T want it to go past this stage.

Mix in your white chocolate chips, marshmallow fluff and vanilla. Combine until all

the chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth.

Pour into your foil lined 8 x 8 pan. Sprinkle your raw sugar all over the top.

Place in the oven with the broiler setting on for a few minute. You want to melt and

brown the sugar on top not burn it, so keep an eye on it.

Let it set on the counter then transfer to the fridge until it is ready to serve. When

firmed lift out of the pan and remove foil, cut into squares.

Now be good and eat only 1 piece, at a time :)

Let me get back to the evaporated milk thing for a second. I never have this stuff on

hand and since the recipe calls for such a small amount it is super easy to make you

own. What I do is take regular milk and double the amount (evaporated milk) the recipe

calls for plus a smidgen more and reduce it by half on the stove top. Simply bring it

close to a boil then turn down the heat so that the moisture "evaporates" when it is

reduced by half, let it cool and use in your recipe. So since the recipe calls for 2

1/2 oz. of evaporated milk use a little over  5 oz. of  regular milk and reduce it.

You can wrap this in a pretty can with wax paper liners

No comments:

Post a Comment