This Kinder Fudge recipe is brought to you courtesy of Master Frugal who sent me to the shop with a shopping list after telling me that he’d seen this recipe all over Tik Tok and Instagram so he was going to make it!
It really is one of those recipes that tastes so good that it’s impossible to believe that it was so simple to make!
Master Frugal made this and cut it into slightly bigger pieces than I would have done as I’d have bagged it up into little bags to give as gifts to people for Christmas but his intention was to take it on a camp out with his friends so he went for larger chunks.
I did manage to bag the smaller pieces up into a cute little bag to give you an idea of what I would have done with it but before I got chance to do much else with it, it was packed up into a big tub ready for him to take out with him.
It’s a perfect homemade gift for neighbours, teachers and grandparents for Christmas or any other special occasion but equally, it’s so quick and easy to make that you can just make it as a treat for yourselves anytime.
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