Monday 28 September 2020


Another week, another Baileys and white chocolate recipe! 

This time sharing with you the recipe for this super easy, super tasty and super indulgent Baileys & white chocolate fudge. 

Yes, this fudge is for the sweet toothed, but it is bloody tasty and means making a batch goes quite a long way, a piece at time just about the right amount to really enjoy the fudge.

This is the perfect easy dessert to make for a group or as a gift for the festive season (if we are still allowed out by that point that is).

Watch this space for more ways to use the leftover Baileys I still have, if I don't drink in despair when the next lockdown is announced.


  • 150ml (5oz) Baileys 
  • 50ml (1.6oz) milk
  • 30g (1.05oz) butter
  • 350g (12oz) caster sugar
  • 300g (10.5oz) white chocolate
  • Butter for greasing

  • Line a square 20cm cake tin or baking dish with baking paper.
  • Measure out 125ml of Baileys and pour into the saucepan.
  • Add the milk, butter and caster sugar and put the pan over low heat. 
  • Stir occasionally, until the sugar has dissolved and the butter melted (this takes about 10 min).
  • Turn up the heat to medium and stir while the mixture simmers.
  • You want the bubbles to be calmly breaking the surface for 8 min. 
  • Remove pan from the heat and stir in chocolate and the last 25 ml Baileys.
  • Keep stirring until the chocolate has melted and you have a smooth consistency. 
  • If the chocolate is slow to melt, put the pan over low heat and stir until smooth.
  • Transfer to the greased tin and chill for at least two hours. 
  • Cut into small squares and arrange on a plate for serving.

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