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Biscuit Fudge Recipe ( Better Than Chocolate! )

Updated on May 13, 2013
Chocolate Biscuit Fudge
Chocolate Biscuit Fudge
3.2 stars from 34 ratings of Biscuit Fudge


  • 1x Egg, Jumbo/Large
  • 1x Packet Marie/Tea biscuits, Roughly Crushed
  • 250g Butter/Margerine
  • 500g Icing Sugar
  • 70ml Cocoa Powder


  1. Use a Large pot and melt your butter/margerine on the stove or in a big bowl in the microwave.
  2. While you wait, Sift your cocoa powder and icing sugar together until all lumps are removed.
  3. Once margerine is melted take it off the stove and mix in your icing and cocoa.(It's meant to look crumbly and grainy so don't stress!)
  4. Beat your egg and pour into mixture stirring quickly to form a smooth chocolatey goo mixture.
  5. Add the crushed biscuit and mix until its all covered
  6. Spray and cook a square bowl and pour the mixture in and flatten the surface.
  7. Place bowl into the fridge to set, once set cut into little squares and place them into the "FREEZER" in a closed container. This will not make them hard as you would think, they just turn out smooth and tastes much better.
  8. EAT and Enjoy.

This recipe basically requires no cooking skills and kids LOVE it!

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      Denise 4 years ago

      If you take my photo's to use on your recipe please mention where you got the photo and the recipe from! It is originally from!