This Milo Tim Tam Chocolate Fudge recipe is the easiest chocolate fudge recipe filled with tim tams and milo. Aussie food at it’s best.
My Milo Tim Tam Chocolate Fudge recipe is a favourite around here. It disappears in mere seconds every time I make it and I’ve made it a lot. I first made this at the start of this year and just ended up just posting the recipe on Instagram. Now the time has finally come to share it in my little corner of the world wide web so everyone can enjoy it.
Why you’ll love this Milo Tim Tam Chocolate Fudge Recipe
Rich and full of chocolate flavour but so easy to make. Perfect also if you’re looking for an Aussie inspired dessert.
DIFFICULTY – Very easy. This is a one pot, on the stove with some basic ingredients type fudge recipe and it has never failed me.
MAKE AHEAD – Yes. Fudge is wonderful to make ahead as it keeps really well in the fridge. I’ve kept this as long as 2 weeks before and it still tasted divine.
STORAGE – Fudge is easy to store in an airtight container in the fridge.
TOOLS USED IN THIS RECIPE
- Heavy based stainless steel saucepan (the heavy base means the heat distributes better and the fudge won’t burn so easily)
- An 8×8 inch square baking tin
OTHER RECIPES YOU MIGHT LIKE
If you’ve been reading my blog for long you know I’m a big fan of fudge recipes. From my first and most popular fudge post, this Salted Caramel Fudge, right through to my Salted Cookie Dough Fudge and Pumpkin Pie Fudge, I love coming up with new fudge flavours to experiment with. I’ve made fudge recipes using malted milk, peppermint extract, lemon extract, raspberries and there are so many more flavours I can’t wait to make.
So many options
So, you’ve probably worked out this Milo Tim Tam Chocolate Fudge recipe is really 3 key components;
- Easy chocolate fudge recipe
- Tim Tams
Good, easy fudge and a couple of Aussie classic flavours. That’s not to say that you can’t make this if you aren’t in Australia. No way. If you’ve heard me say it once, you’ve me say it a hundred times – I like options people. If you can’t get Tim Tams try using Penguins or even Oreos. Then replace that milo with Ovaltine or with another favoured drink powder, or you can leave it out altogether.
Easy fudge. Just 15 minutes!
The great thing about my easy fudge is that it takes just the butter, sugar, sweetened condensed milk, glucose (or light corn syrup) and chocolate to make the fudge, anything else is just added flavour. It’s hard to go wrong with this easy fudge recipe so experiment and have some fun with it.
This Milo Tim Tam Chocolate Fudge recipe takes just 15 minutes to prepare then a couple of hours to set and you can be in indulgent fudgy heaven.
- 2 packets (400g total) Tim Tams
- 50 g (1/4 cup / 1.8oz)unsalted butter melted
- 1 (395g / 14oz) tin sweetened condensed milk
- 1 cup (220g / 1/2 pound) white sugar
- 115 g (1 stick / 1/2 cup) unsalted butter
- ¼ cup liquid glucose / light corn syrup
- 220 g (1/2 pound) milk chocolate, finely chopped
- 1 cup (115g / 4oz) milo
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- Blitz 1 pack Tim Tams to crumbs and mix with the melted butter. Press the mixture into the bottom of a greased and lined 8x8 inch square tin. Refrigerate.
- Chop the other pack of Tim Tams into chunks and set aside.
- In a large saucepan over low heat, stir the condensed milk, sugar, butter and glucose until all melted together and smooth
- Increase the heat a little to low-medium and stir constantly until bubbles start to appear. Once you see bubble, continue simmering for about 5-6 minutes until it thickens.
- Turn the heat down to low and quickly add the chocolate, stirring well until completely melted.
- Take the fudge off the heat and add the milo, vanilla and salt then. Stir really well until all combined (if it’s not completely smooth, that’s ok).
- Now mix in most of the chopped Tim Tams, holding back a handful. Spread the fudge mix over the base and sprinkle the handful of leftover tim tams over the top.
- Refrigerate for 3 hrs before chopping into squares
- For best results you should always weigh ingredients like flour and sugar. Kitchen scales are relatively cheap but if you can’t weigh the ingredients, use the spoon and level method (don’t scoop).
TOOLS USED IN THIS RECIPE
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