People have been asking me for this fudge recipe. It is one that has been dubbed “Lee’s Fudge” (my brother-in-law) because he absolutely loves it. It’s real name is Hazelnut Fudge.
Take 500g of wine biscuits and crush in a food processor.
Put 200g of butter, 4 tablespoons of golden syrup and 1 can of sweetened condensed milk in a pot on low heat to melt and mix together. Continue stiring until it is just coming to the boil.
Then pour goo mixture in with crushed biscuits and pulse to combine.
Spread into a greased slice tin and refrigerate until hard.
Then melt 1 and 1/2 blocks of Whittiker’s hazelnut chocolate (I say Whittiker’s, because it’s the best in NZ, but whatever hazelnut chocolate you can find) and spread over the biscuit mixture. Refrigerate until set. Cut into whatever size pieces you want!
We tend to keep this fudge in the fridge, because the chocolate tends to melt if it isn’t, especially in the summer.