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It's Friday - it must be food.

Hi lovelies,

If you have visited the store on any of the past few Saturdays, you may have been tempted to try a piece of the beautiful White Chocolate and Macadamia Fudge that was brought in by the lovely Sonia. 

Sonia even brought up a tray just for me to take home.  Robbie and Andrew decided that 1 tray was not enough, so Sonia sent the recipe for them to make more.

This fudge is definitely not for those who are watching their sugar intake 

Ingredients - 
 1 can condense milk must be full fat and nestle
1 cup soft brown sugar 
125 gram butter- real butter that is
2 tablespoon liquid glucose

1 block of white chocolate
400 gram bag natural macadamia nuts.

Take the first 4 ingredients and
place them in large microwave bowl 
Microwave for 2 minutes 4 times.
8 minutes in total

 After each 2 minutes you need to stir the mix.
 Time in microwave may vary depending on voltage,
but Sonia always uses 8 minutes total.

It will look funny but believe me tastes great.


Be careful as the mix is very hot
and boiling sugar cause severe burns.

After the last 2 minutes
add the chocolate and nuts.

Stir until the chocolate has melted.
This will not take long. 

Pour into a greased and lined pan
and leave to set overnight. 

My parents were visiting the when the boys made this, and my dad asked for the recipe.  I let him know that I had emailed it off to him and it would be there when he got home.  He responded with "I hope that the ants do not eat it all before we there".   I love his sense of humour.


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