Incredibly Easy Tablet Fudge

Hello my lovelies,

This is a quick mid-week recipe that is always a favourite for when friends pop around for a chat or for little people asking for something between lunch and dinner. It actually originates from Rachel Allen, then a friend of my Mum’s who gave me the basis needed for this. So, I hope you make this and enjoy doing so too. Take care though because it is a very hot mixture!



  • 1 small 375g tin of condensed milk
  • 100g butter
  • 450g of light brown sugar or caster sugar
  • 1tsp of vanilla extract


  1. Line an inch (or more) deep pan with a couple of layers of tinfoil
  2. Then place all of the ingredients into a heavy bottomed saucepan and put onto a high heat
  3. Stir constantly
  4. When the mix comes to boiling continue to stir for 5-10 minutes, but the length really only changes the colour and thickens the texture of the fudge
  5. Once you’re happy with the look then take it off the heat and immediately place the base into a shallow sink of cold water while stirring constantly, until a toffee like consistently
  6. Pour out into the pan and let cool
  7. Before the fudge hardens roughly trace squares out with a knife so that it will be easier to cut into tablet squares when it is cool


I hope you all enjoy this and that it will become a favourite of yours, which you can play with different variations.

With all my love,

Nesta xx


Author: Nesta Griffiths

Well hello there! My name is Nesta and this is my corner of the internet. 'I'm very normal, neat-freak, healthy, non-smoker, single...' and will not complete the rest of that sentence incase you all think I have an obsession for The Holiday. You'd not be wrong, but this is neither the time or place for it. It is however, a sort-of diary for myself. Years from now, when I have grown up into a proper adult, I will look back and read of times when there was no mortgage to pay, nor bosses to impress. Enjoy all of it with a cup of tea in one hand. Then you will, at least, have had a little bit of pleasure from reading about things that bring me little everyday joys.

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