Cocoa fudge with sesame seeds cut into small squares

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Cocoa fudge with sesame seeds: The classic sweet and chewy snack

Fudge is a classic dessert we can all enjoy. Enjoy our cocoa fudge with sesame seeds even more with your friends and family. It’s chewy, sweet and perfect.

Cocoa fudge with sesame seeds cut into small squares

Cocoa fudge with sesame seeds Photo by Hello I’m Nik on Unsplash

Fudge is the sweet, chewy treat you’ve loved since you were a kid, but did you know how much more you can do with it? This cocoa fudge with sesame seeds is just the start of the fun you can have. They are great as a tea-time snack, dessert treat or the classic bake sale favourite. If you want to teach the kids about cooking, this is an easy dessert to start with.

Cocoa fudge with sesame seeds suggestions.

Our fudge isn’t just filled with great chocolate flavour, but the slight crunch from the seeds add some more texture to the chewy treat. You can also add different nuts or even fruits like raisins to your fudge. If you want to get really creative, a little vanilla or white chocolate glaze goes very well as a decoration over the top. You can decorate it for specific events with icing and glaze decorations too.

Fudge is a classic dessert we can all enjoy. Enjoy our cocoa fudge with sesame seeds even more with your friends and family. It’s chewy, sweet and perfect.

Cocoa fudge recipe

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Recipe by Gary Dunn Course: Dessert, SnackCuisine: GlobalDifficulty: Easy
Servings

servings
Prep time

10

minutes
Cooking time

5

minutes
Total time

15

minutes

Ingredients

  • 30 g butter

  • ½ cup milk

  • 450 g sugar

  • 1 tsp vanilla.

  • 60 g cocoa

  • 1 pinch salt

  • sesame seeds

Method

  • :Boil all ingredients together, except the vanilla essence, for 2 minutes.
  • Remove from stove and add vanilla essence.
  • Beat till mixture begins to crystallize on side of saucepan.
  • Pour into a buttered dish, sprinkle with sesame seeds and let it set.
  • Cut into squares and enjoy

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Are you in the mood for more of the best sweet treats South Africa has to offer? Have a look at our excellent recipe suggestions for you to try. There are many more old-school recipes like this one published in the Rustenburg Junior School Recipe Book in 1958.

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