Free Scrapbooking Recipe Card– Fruity Chocolate Fudge

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Want to make something extra yummy and deliciously decadent?

Well you can’t go past this super dooper Fruity Chocolate Fudge (recipe credit to my friend Carly).

This fudge is of Willy Wonka-esque yummyness and best of all … it’s easy peasy to make.

You can download the recipe card I’ve made and print it out. It goes with the other pages in the Scraps of Mind Yummy Treats Free Scrapbooking Recipe Book. There are links to some other free scrapbooking recipe cards at the bottom of this post. So if you haven’t got your set then start clicking.

Free Digital Scrapbooking Recipe Card - Chocolate-Fruit-Fudge

Click on the image to open the high resolution file. This will give you a high quality print out.

I created the background by blending two of the Garden Party Scrapbook Freebie papers together using the Color Burn blending mode. It’s well worth playing around with the blending modes when you’re creating scrapbook backgrounds I think. It adds an extra layer of depth to your layout.

And it can make a big impact to the colors too. Believe it or not the original papers I used were pink and green!  If you want to know more about blending papers together you can check out my Step by Step Digital Scrapbook Tutorial which shows you what it’s all about and how to do it.

Here’s the recipe itself

Carly’s Fruity Chocolate Fudge

500g dark cooking chocolate (I use a mix of dark and milk)

400g tin condensed milk

65g unsalted butter

100g glace cherries chopped

1 cup dried apricots chopped

1 cup raisins

(I use whatever dried fruit and nuts I have)

Optional – icing sugar to decorate


  1. Place chocolate, condensed milk & butter in saucepan
  2. Cook over medium – low heat until all ingredients melt
  3. Stir in fruit then pour into 20cm square tin lined with baking paper
  4. Place in fridge for at least 2 hours before slicing

Optional – Serve dusted with icing sugar


How easy is that?

If you’ve got some favorite yummy treats recipes why not share them in the comments below.

And I’d really love it if you could help me share this yumminess around by sharing it on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Using that floating button panel on the right of this post makes it easy to do all your sharing.

More free digital scrapbooking recipe cards

Yummy Treats Free Scrapbooking Recipe Book

Pudina tal Hobz – Maltese Chocolate Bread Pudding

Chocolate and Potato Cake


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One Response to Free Scrapbooking Recipe Card– Fruity Chocolate Fudge

  1. Jack Tyler October 28, 2012 at 1:11 am #

    I think it’s very easy. :) And the ingredients are easy to find. I’m gonna try to make this one on Halloween.