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Microwave Chocolate, Hazelnut and Toffee Bar Fudge

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I rarely use my Microwave oven and when I do it is usually to melt butter and some times chocolate.   However, Rachel, of Tangerine’s Kitchen, is hosting the event Microwave Easy Cooking,  originated by Srivali, of Cooking 4 all Seasons,  so in order to participate I google searched and found this recipe.     It sounded very easy and indeed it was, only I changed the ingredients with what I had at home and the results were excellent. The children were eager to try it after lunch whilst it was still too soft to cut the pieces, but I just managed to take a few quick photos before it was devoured. Microwave Hazelnut and Toffee Bar Fudge, – Recipe by Ivy

Preparation time: 10 minutes

Cooking time: 2 minutes

Ingredients:

1

Couverture chocolate, 125 grams

1 ¾

Cups

Icing sugar

½

Cup

Dark cocoa

¼

Cup

Milk

12

Toffees

1

Tsp

Vanilla essence

½

Cup

Margarine

½

Cup

Hazelnuts

½

Cup

Craisins

Directions:

1.

Sift the icing sugar and the cocoa.

2.

Add the chocolate, toffees, butter, sugar, milk and cocoa in a microwave safe bowl and cook for 2 minutes on high temperature. Remove and beat until smooth.

3.

Mix in the vanilla essence, the hazelnuts and the craisins.

4.

Butter a 22 x 16 x 4 cm bowl and empty the chocolate. Allow to cool for 15 minutes. With a sharp knife carve the pieces and place into the refrigerator for at least 2 hours. Cut the pieces before serving.


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Ria

Wednesday 3rd of June 2009

The bars looks yummy! :)

Choosy Beggar Tina

Sunday 24th of May 2009

Whoa, whoa, whoa....how did I miss this post? Are you kidding? I am absolutely DROOLING at the picture. Fudge, toffee, craisins....LOVE........

Trish Lathourakis

Wednesday 20th of May 2009

Such an easy recipe Ivy, looks delicious.

I am assuming it would take much longer, probably double in a normal oven?

Love the addition of crasins too : )

Bunny

Wednesday 20th of May 2009

For some reason I don't use the microwave much either Ivy. But this is so easy , I 'll have to try it!

Bunny’s last blog post..My first guest post!!

Bobby

Tuesday 19th of May 2009

I don't use the microwave to cook in either. It sounds very easy and I might try this recipe.

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