If you are on a budget this Valentines Day then why not create a foodie gift. This Valentines fudge with Irish cream recipe from Aldi is perfect. The main ingredients are all available in-store and it can be made in less than half an hour. It’s really not hard to make at all. It’s just a case of slamming it all in a pan and boiling steadily. Simple! There really is nothing to it.
Fudge is the perfect handmade gift for Valentines Day, or for any occasion really. Everyone loves fudge in this house so it’s always gone rather quickly into the belly of one of The Boy usually! Misteright and I do get to eat some though but as this particular recipe is rather rich, we can’t eat it as fast as we do regular fudge!
To make this fudge really special, you can present it in a cellophane cone or bag. The fudge can even be dipped in melted chocolate for something extra special. If you do this, I don’t recommend giving more than 10 pieces as a gift or the recipient may be overwhelmed with a whole lot of fudge! The left over fudge can be used in my fudge cupcake recipe. That is providing you have any left!
Disclaimer – I received some vouchers from Aldi to purchase the ingredients for this recipe in exchange for posting
I like Aldi, I like fudge, this one is very sickly, but it’s good! I am not swayed by free stuff.