The Best Thermomix Caramel Fudge Recipe

I know it’s a big call, but I’m confident this is the best Thermomix Caramel Fudge recipe you will ever make – I promise!  It has the perfect fudge texture, tastes amazing and you only need a few ingredients to put it together – what more could you ask for?!

Thermomix Caramel Fudge

This Caramel Fudge makes a great after dinner treat or is also great to share with friends at your next party, and with Christmas just around the corner (eek!) it also makes a great gift for friends, family and teachers.

Caramel Fudge

I used a regular 18 x 28cm slice tin to make this fudge, however you could also use a loaf tin, or even a small square tin if you’d like thicker pieces of fudge.

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The Best Thermomix Caramel Fudge Recipe

This is seriously the BEST Thermomix Caramel Fudge Recipe ever!
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Course: Bars, Slices &amp
Prep Time: 35 minutes
Cook Time: 6 hours
Total Time: 6 hours 35 minutes
Servings: 24
Author: Thermomix Recipes by Thermobliss

Ingredients

  • 125 g of butter
  • 390 g tin of condensed milk
  • 2 tablespoons of golden syrup
  • 220 g of brown sugar
  • 200 g of white chocolate - broken into pieces

Instructions

  • Line a 28cm x 18cm slice tin with baking paper - make sure you leave some hanging over the edges to help you remove the fudge from the tin once it’s set.
  • Break the white chocolate into pieces and place into your Thermomix bowl. Chop for 5 seconds at speed 7. Transfer to a bowl and set aside until needed.
  • Place the butter, golden syrup, condensed milk and brown sugar into your Thermomix bowl and cook for 8 minutes at 100 degrees on speed 3 with the measuring cup off.
  • Scrape the sides of your Thermomix bowl and cook for a further 20 minutes on Varoma temperature on speed 3.
  • Add the chopped white chocolate and mix for 10 seconds on speed 4 or until it’s melted and the mixture is smooth.
  • Immediately transfer the fudge to your prepared tin and smooth the surface. Place the fudge into the fridge for 6 hours (preferably overnight) to set before cutting into pieces.

Thermomix Caramel Fudge Recipe

 

Comments 72

  1. I had absolute rave reviews about this fudge from all the people who tried some, and it was the first time I’d tried a recipe without glucose syrup. However I did find it was difficult to smooth over once poured out. So I didn’t get the smooth clean finish which presented as nicely once wrapped for Xmas gifts. There’s another recipe on the TM site called salted caramel fudge which did achieve the smooth finish on top. Possibly it’s the slight difference in measurements or cooking times or maybe it’s the addition of glucose? Still it was delicious, I’d make it again just the same, but not for gifting ?

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      Thanks Lisa, you are probably right, the glucose syrup probably does make it easier to smooth. I’m really glad everyone enjoyed the taste x

  2. The best fudge recipe ever!!! I had marriage proposals after people ate the fudge. This is now a family favourite recipe. Thank you so much.

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      Hi Sharyn, I usually store ours in an airtight container in the fridge. You could store it in a container in your pantry, however it may go a little soft depending on how warm it is. To be honest the longest we’ve stored it is around a week.

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  3. Didn’t have enough white chocolate so did half white and half milk choc and it was delicious, don’t know how I will wait the 6 hours before I can cut it!

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  4. Hi,
    I was wondering if this could be frozen successfully? I usually make all my fudge in chocolate molds and then store in freezer until I am giving them out in hampers (I make roughly 20 hampers at a time). I usually do this over a couple of weeks so trying to write out my preparation order list.
    Thank you

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      Hm, I haven’t tried to freeze it before. I’d suggest popping a piece into the freezer overnight as a test. Sorry I can’t be of more help xx

        1. Hi Kirsty, has it frozen well? I would love to make this as a gift but we have a 7hr car drive and I think it will fare better if it can leave our place frozen!

  5. I made this the other day it was delicious how do I go about doubling the recipe, what adjustment should I make for time etc? Thanks

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      Hi Melissa, I’m so glad you enjoyed it! I think it’s probably best to make two batches of this recipe instead of doubling it I’m afraid. Sorry I can’t be of more help x

    2. I successfully doubled the recipe. I made the following adjustments:
      Step 2- chop for 10 seconds
      Step 3-cook for 12 minutes
      Step 4- put measuring cup back on and cook for 32 minutes.
      Step 5- mix for 20 seconds

      Thank you for the recipe Lauren. Perfect treat.

    3. Definitely make it in two batches. I’ve tried double batches twice and it doesn’t set. It works as a single batch perfectly every time.

  6. Oh no! I left the white choc in the bowl and added all the other ingredients instead of adding at the end.
    Any chance it will still be ok?

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  7. I made this for christmas and everyone that ate it said it was the best fudge they have ever eaten. Easy recipe and sooo delicious.

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  8. Absolutely fantastic…5* My husband isn’t a fudge fan – he says it’s too sickly etc…but he LOVED this and ate more than I did!!! If anyone has been to the Fudge Kitchen in UK…it’s on par with their fudge, creamy and smooth and has a fantastic flavour.
    BTW, I keep it in the freezer and think its actually nicer when just out of freezer, leave for 1o mins before trying to cut!

  9. Hi, I’m hoping to make this as Wedding favours. Is this recipe for a TM5? I believe Varoma temp is slightly different between the TM31 & the TM5?

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  10. Someone else made this and brought to work and I loved it and had to give it a go. I am not usually a big fridge person but I’m definitely this fudge person! It’s pretty rich so I cut it up pretty small. My husband and daughter love it too.

  11. This is soooo good! But safety 101, or “safety measures for dummies” says whatever else you do, do NOT be tempted to lick the bowl & blades after mixing!! Just joking 🙂

      1. Haha but DO get some milk put the varoma on for a couple of minutes and make an amazing caramel hot chocolate (while (sort of) cleaning the thermie!) 😉 xx

  12. When the 10 year old makes it and doesn’t read the recipe correctly, you get caramel toffee!! Leave the white chocolate in the TM bowl instead of setting it aside to add later. Chop chocolate, add remaining ingredients, cook as per step 3 and 4, skip step 5 (adding chocolate back in because obviously it is already in the bowl), finish with step 6 and Ta da – caramel toffee.

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  13. Would there be a way to add hoemmade kahlua to the recipe and still have it set? Wanting to make some boozy treats for Christmas ?

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  14. I added the following at step 4:

    2 heaped teaspoons of cinnamon
    1 teaspoon of allspice
    1 teaspoon of ginger
    1 teaspoon of nutmeg
    A good squirt of vanilla bean paste

    I also halved the golden syrup.

    This made the most incredible gingerbread fudge.

    Thanks for a great recipe xx

  15. Soooo excited to try this recipe for teacher gifts! Do you have a preference for salted or unsalted butter? I have only ever made salted caramel before so used salted but not sure if that would change the taste of this?
    Thanks so much!!!

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  16. Smashing recipe, works every time.
    The last time I made it using dark 70 % chocolate, stirred in 150gm raisins soaked in 3 tablespoons rum overnight at the end and topped it with 200 gms dark chocolate melted, after refrigerating the fudge …….

  17. Omg this is the best fudge recipe ever…it is so creamy and just yummy as! My family, friends and customers are addicted hehe! Have you got a chocolate fudge recipe as well please? You are amazing 🙂

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  18. Absolutely fantastic recipe, tastes great, very smooth and creamy and set perfectly flat. Will definitely make again and again! Heading over to check out your other fudge recipes now. Thank you!

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      Hi Rebecca, I’ve never made this recipe with maple syrup, it’s not quite as thick which may impact the end result. Sorry I can’t help more x

  19. Hi. I’ve made this recipe many many times however more recently I’m having issues.

    Its as if the butter separates once the choc is added in at the end? A buttery / oily layer appears on top when I put it in the tray. It also sets much harder and when cuts splits like chalk…
    Same brand of products used
    Using a tm5.
    All and any suggestions so appreciated

    1. Hi Ruth, you might have already seen my reply on Instagram but if not here it is! I haven’t ever had this happen before so my suggestions are purely suggestions! I would try mixing it on a slightly higher speed at the end and for a little longer (until it’s combined). You could also try and try a different brand of products and see if that helps!

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  21. Yes, this is the best recipe, I make this caramel fudge at least twice a week on request from my work colleagues. I also sprinkle sea salt in the bottom of my dish, before I pour the fudge in, this is yummy. I will be making 3 more lots this week before Christmas 🎄.

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