White Chocolate and Lavender Fudge

Unfortunately, it was  rough week in the Beardy household.  When we were over in Ireland, unfortunately, Beardy Fiance’s grandmother passed away.  It was a tough time for him – she had lived with his family while they were growing up and he was quite close to her.  It led to a fairly long and emotional week, so once we got back to London, I just wanted to make him something simple but comforting.

I’d been reading a book lately where the heroine talks about her lavender and white chocolate scones – which I thought seemed like a great flavour combination.  So I decided to go for (in my opinion) the easiest way of mixing together some chocolate: fudge.

You can’t go wrong with chocolate and condensed milk – it’s really easy to change the add-ins based on the flavours that you’re in the mood for, and I felt like tasting spring.

White Chocolate and Lavender Fudge (adapted from The Velvet Moon Baker)

Ingredients:

450g white chocolate

1 tin condensed milk

1 tablespoon lavender

IngredientsMelt the white chocolate (be sure to do this over low heat – it can melt almost instantaneously.)

Melt the white chocolateMix in the condensed milk and lavender (mix well, as the lavender tends to clump.)

Mix in the condensed milk and lavenderPut chocolate mix into a lined loaf tin and place in the fridge to cool.

Put chocolate mix into a lined loaf tinCut into small pieces to serve.

White Chocolate and Lavender Fudge

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One comment

  1. Oh Nick that’s so sad, was it expected? Place send my love and a hug to the Mr.
    Tomorrow is the second anniversary of losing my Dad, and whilst it does get easier with time, it’s still a horrible time of year to lose anyone close.
    Janie x
    PS HOW easy is that fudge??!

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