Easy Fudge with Sweetened Condensed milk and Biscuits
A delicious fudge made with sweetened condensed milk, drink mix and biscuits. Choose the color and flavor to have the perfect treat for your party, celebration or holiday.
14ozsweetened condensed milk (396g)
3ozheavy cream (100 ml)
1-5tablespoondrink mix (flavor of choice)(start with 1 tablespoon, add more as desired)
2.5ozbiscuits/crackers (70g)(Maria, animal or Graham crackers)
½cupPowdered sugar (60g)(for coating)
Break biscuits into smaller pieces (about 1"). Set them aside in a closed container.
Line a 8x8 baking dish with plastic wrap (I like using cling wrap), leaving some extra plastic wrap hanging around the sides.
In a medium saucepan, with the heat off, add sweetened condensed milk, heavy cream and drink mix. Mix everything until completely combined.
Turn on the medium-low heat (I'm using a large burner), and stir it constantly, until it thickens and moves more like a block. You should be able to see the bottom of the pan when you tilt it. It usually takes about 11-13 minutes, but the time will depend on the heat intensity of your burner, your pan and the brand of condensed milk being used. Be careful with spatters. Turn off the heat and let it cool for a while, but not completely.
Stir it with a spoon, before adding the cracker, then, add the reserved crackers, being careful to not add the crumbs. Mix it again to combine.
Transfer the mixture to the prepared baking dish, using the back of a spoon to spread it evenly throughout the dish. Cover with the extra plastic wrap that was hanging on the sides. Let it cool completely.
Remove it from the dish and plastic wrap, and cut it with a knife into squares. Wet knife with a little water if fudge is too sticky.
Dip each square into the powdered sugar, shaking off the excess. I also like using a little brush to remove any excess sugar.
You can serve it on a tray, inside mini muffin liners or even inside a glass jar.
Keep it refrigerated if not eating on the same day.