Mum shares her easy recipe to make Easter fudge with three ingredients – and you don’t even need an oven

A SAVVY mum has shared her simple recipe to make Easter fudge – and you don’t even need an oven.

If you were craving a sweet treat over the long weekend, one woman revealed you can whip up the dessert using just three ingredients. 

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All you need is some white chocolate – or you can substitute it for milk – a tin of condensed milk and some mini eggs. 

But you do need patience for this recipe, as while you don’t need an oven you do need to let it set in the fridge overnight.

Sharing snaps of her mouthwatering fudge to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, the mum said: “Just wanted to share Easter mini egg fudge we made this morning so easy to make.

“350g of white chocolate.

Easter fudge recipe

  • 350g white chocolate
  • 296g mini eggs 
  • One tin condensed milk

“296g or mini eggs half in mixture and rest to decorate.

“One tin of condensed milk."

And she revealed the step-by-step method as well, adding: "Microwave milk and choc for 30sec…

"Beat well the repeat twice till thick and smooth and add eggs in a lined tin and put in the fridge over night.”

Her post has racked up hundreds of likes, as people thanked her for sharing the recipe. 

Commenting online, one person said: “We need to do these!!”

Another wrote: “Looks yummy.”

A third said:  “We need to make some.”


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Meanwhile chefs are sharing their three-ingredient recipe to make peanut butter cookies and it couldn’t be simpler.

Plus people are making Creme Eggs at home for Easter using this four-ingredient recipe from a chocolatier.

And Pret shared the official recipe for its choc chunk cookies so you can recreate the mouth-watering snack at home.

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