Do you remember a sweet from Allens called Milko Chews, or Milko sticks? They were always kept on the corner store counter near the redskins. I’ve just made a Vanilla fudge that tastes almost exactly like a milko!
This fudge has the same milky, sweet vanilla flavour, and is deliciously moreish! When I took my first bite I was instantly transported back in time. I imagined being a girl in the mid 1970’s and sweets were 1 and 2 cents each. In those days a bag of mixed lollies was my favourite treat.
Even if you’ve never had a Milko I’m sure you’ll still appreciate the rich vanilla flavour of this fudge.
I found the recipe on the Queen Fine Foods website. Actually the recipe kind of found me! I spotted an amazing image of the fudge and I knew I would have to make it. It looked so perfect! So I clicked over to the Queen Fine Foods website and signed up for their free vanilla eBook. You may be wondering if this is a sponsored post for Queen’s. I promise it isn’t. I just love vanilla and in particular the Queens vanilla products.
The recipe on the Queens website is for a stove top fudge method. When I make fudge I prefer to make it in the Thermomix. I’ve converted the recipe from the Queens website for use with a Thermomix. The Thermomix makes a never fail fudge. All ingredients are taken to the correct temperatures and there is no chance of being splashed by a boiling sugar mixture, or worse still, burning the bottom of the fudge. If you don’t have a Thermomix you can still make the fudge as I have included the Queens Fine Food’s method also.
I would love to hear what you think about this recipe. Even if you don’t have time to make it today make sure you pin it for later.
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