An amateur baker followed by hundreds of thousands on social media has revealed her simple recipe for Oreo fudge, which can be made with three basic i
An amateur baker followed by hundreds of thousands on social media has revealed her simple recipe for Oreo fudge, which can be made with three basic ingredients in five minutes – or less time than it takes to boil an egg.
Eloise Head, from London, is the founder of FitWaffle, an Instagram account inspired by her passion for food and fitness, where she posts photos of decadent desserts to prove that everything can be enjoyed in moderation as part of a balanced diet.
She started sharing quick and easy recipe videos to encourage people to bake in isolation on newly launched page FitWaffle Kitchen, where one of her most popular creations is an enormous slab of Oreo fudge.
Ms Head showed viewers how to make the fudge by melting two large bars of white chocolate into a tin of condensed milk, and folding 20 crushed Oreo biscuits into the mixture.
She told Daily Mail Australia she is ‘very proud to help people keep occupied’ as strict social distancing laws forcing billions to stay home continue worldwide.
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Food blog FitWaffle founder Eloise Head revealed her simple recipe for this indulgent Oreo fudge, which can be made with three basic ingredients in five minutes
To make the fudge, pour a 379 gram tin of condensed milk into a saucepan.
Break 510 grams of white chocolate – roughly two large bars – into the pan and turn to a low heat, stirring continuously to prevent the mixture from sticking to the base and burning.
Once the chocolate has fully melted into the milk to create a smooth, creamy mixture, crush 20 Oreos into small pieces and crumble them into pan.
There are 16 Oreos in a standard pack, so the quantity can be slightly reduced if you want to avoid buying two.
Fold biscuits into the mixture, which should be stiff and thick, leaving a handful of chunks to use later.
Ms Head (pictured) started sharing her simple recipes for decadent desserts to encourage people to bake in isolation
Other mouthwatering FitWaffle Kitchen treats include Mars bar brownies (left), Cadbury Creme Egg cakes and Snickers cookies (right)
Scoop the mixture into a square tray lined with baking paper, moving quickly to spread it to all four corners before the chocolate hardens and sets.
Press the remaining Oreo chunks into the top and leave to set at room temperature or in the fridge, if you want the fudge to set quicker.
Ms Head confirmed the recipe can be made with milk or dark chocolate. Oreos can also be substituted for another biscuit.
Her recipe has been liked by almost 5,000 amateur bakers, many of whom have been experimenting with cakes, breads and desserts for entertainment as the coronavirus lockdown continues.
Other mouthwatering FitWaffle Kitchen treats include Mars bar brownies, Snickers cookies and Cadbury Creme Egg cakes.