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Chocolate Fudge Milkshake

Ive been making several attempts to make old fashioned fudge, the type that melts in your mouth but isn’t cloyingly rich with to much creaminess as though you’re eating ganache. Nothing wrong with ganache, but I like my fudge more traditional. Failed fudge means excess chocolate fudge sauce so Ive been looking for new ways to use it up. Chocolate milkshakes are always the answer.

Chocolate Fudge Milkshake

I’m a few weeks behind the times for national chocolate milkshake day but who needs a national day to enjoy one anyway. You don’t even have to wash the cook processor bowl between making the fudge sauce and making the milkshake.

Chocolate Fudge Milkshake
Chocolate Fudge Milkshake
Print Recipe
Creamy, cold and fudge-y chocolate milkshake made with real fudge sauce.
Servings
2 people
Cook Time
7 minutes
Servings
2 people
Cook Time
7 minutes
Chocolate Fudge Milkshake
Chocolate Fudge Milkshake
Print Recipe
Creamy, cold and fudge-y chocolate milkshake made with real fudge sauce.
Servings
2 people
Cook Time
7 minutes
Servings
2 people
Cook Time
7 minutes
Ingredients
Fudge Sauce
Milkshake
  • 200 grams milk
  • 4-8 scoops icecream dependent on how thick you like it
Servings: people
Instructions
Fudge Sauce
  1. Using multiblade Add cream and butter and cook 100°C for 2 minutes at speed 2
  2. Add sugar and cook 100°C for 3 minutes at speed 2
  3. Add cocoa powder and vanilla extract ad cook 80°C for 2 minutes at speed 3. Set aside
Milkshake
  1. Add all ingredients and gradually increase speed to 9 and blend for 1 minute. Serve with additional fudge sauce on top.
Recipe Notes

This fudge keeps well in the fridge for up to 2 week in an airtight container.

There is a bit of sauce leftover which works great for your next milkshake craving or drizzled on top of icecream

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