What makes fudge even better than just plain ol' normal fudge? Coating it in chocolate and making it into candy bars of course!
Russian Fudge is a delightfully melt in the mouth, sweet, sugary, more some fudge. It's easily and cheaply made at home and keeps for a really long time!
Russian fudge is basically a vanilla fudge. I am not all that sure why exactly we call it Russian fudge here in NZ. So I googled it. I got nothing - aside from page upon page of beautiful pictures of this delightful treat and tonnes of recipes.
Aside from not actually being Russian, Russian fudge is by far the most loved fudge flavor in New Zealand. This stuff is everywhere! Since the fudge itself is chocolate-free, I covered it in chocolate to make it even more perfect!
This fudge would make a lovely homemade gift, especially for Valentines Day!
A Russian Fudge recipe isn't quite as quick and simple as your normal fudge recipe but the extra time and effort is absolutely worth every second!
Russian Fudge Bars
Makes about 15 bars
200 g milk or dark chocolate