Foodie impresses with two-ingredient recipe for decadent Nutella fudge: ‘This is so addictive’
- A dessert queen has revealed how to make two-ingredient chocolate fudge
- Eloise Head uses Nutella and milk chocolate for the sweet dish
A popular foodie has revealed how to make decadent chocolate fudge with just two pantry staples.
Eloise Head, better known online as Fitwaffle, shared the “delicious” recipe that instantly inspired the intrigue of thousands.
The chef admitted that the recipe was one of her “favourites” and had an extremely “creamy and chocolatey” consistency.
Home bakers just need milk chocolate and Nutella (or a similar chocolate hazelnut spread) to recreate it.
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A foodie has revealed how to make decadent chocolate fudge using two pantry staples
“A look back at one of my favorite easy chocolate fudges,” Eloise said in the now-viral video.
“It’s so creamy and chocolatey and you can make it in the microwave!”
She revealed that the delicious dish had an “amazing chocolate hazelnut flavor” that just “melts in your mouth.”
To make the dessert, Eloise first melted 500 g of milk chocolate in the microwave.
She used 30-second bursts until the chocolate was smooth and creamy.
Eloise then mixed 420g of Nutella and combined the two ingredients.
For the next step, the baker spread the mixture evenly in an 8-inch square pan and refrigerated for an hour.
“Usually I wait about 10 minutes before cutting into it,” she said.
Eloise recommended storing the dish in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
How to make delicious two-ingredient chocolate fudge
500 g milk chocolate, broken into pieces
420 g Nutella (or any other chocolate hazelnut spread)
Melt the milk chocolate in the microwave at 30 second intervals until creamy
Mix in the Nutella or chocolate hazelnut spread
Spread evenly in a 20cm baking tin and refrigerate for at least an hour
Wait 10 minutes before cutting the shell after removing it
The chef admitted that the recipe was one of her “favourites” and had an extremely “creamy and chocolatey” consistency
Many were impressed by Eloise’s delicious Nutella dessert.
“I really need to try this – it looks so good,” said one woman.
“Just a dessert for a kid’s birthday party or small event,” added another. ‘Looks good!’
“Love Nutella, can’t wait to try this,” wrote a third.
But not everyone was impressed.
“That’s too much chocolate – that’s how you get diabetes,” one angry woman wrote.
“You just made chocolate from chocolate, it’s too rich,” said another.