I’m back! and Easy White Chocolate Lime Macadamia Berry Fudge!

Hey everyone!

What a long title! Yes I am alive! Sorry about the absence from my blog, there were a few times I wrote entire posts and never published but now I am back! Feeling a bit refreshed and more inspired! Life got really busy while over in France and sometimes I was just so homesick I didn’t feel like doing much for my blog unfortunately! But then I came home and It’s taken me over a month to get back into it! I had to do a summer school paper and also my family moved into a new house while I was away and have just been so been so busy organising myself. I really enjoy posting on this blog and I am now ready to put my ideas into action. That’s what this year is about, putting things into action. Plans, plans, plans, I have so many makeup products to talk about and recipes to make and share with you. University starts again next week and I can’t wait to have some sort of routine going. Woo!

Today I am sharing with you such an easy yet delicious recipe. A delicious smooth white chocolate fudge with a nice crunch of macadamia nuts, twist of lime and some yummy freezed dried berries. I usually like freeze dried raspberries but there was none at the supermarket so I got strawberries instead, which were just as yum. My work friend actually recommended this to me and recommended adding the berries, which I think help make the fudge so good but are optional if you can’t get freeze dried berries! So thanks to Karrie for this awesome recipe! Seriously though, this fudge is such a delectable treat and this is a no-fail recipe. Enjoy!


395g (one can) Sweetened Condensed Milk
500g White Chocolate
130g Macadamia nuts
(If you can get macadamia white chocolate just use 500gs of that. Whittakers usually has one.)
zest of 2 limes
3/4 c freeze dried raspberries (I just chuck some in without measuring)

1. Line a rectangular tin of some sort (approx. 20x15cm) with baking paper
2. Break up the chocolate into a medium sized saucepan with the sweetened condensed milk and on a medium heat, stir until chocolate is melted and all is combined. Be careful not to burn it at the bottom of the pan.
3. Stir in the lime, macadamias and freeze dried berries.
4. Smooth mixture in the tin.
5. Refrigerate overnight (or at least an hour or so) and cut into squares.


Hope you enjoyed this recipe! It would be an easy recipe to play around with and change up the flavours how you like. Often fudge can be one of those things that can go wrong but this fudge recipe is a no fail. Your friends will be very impressed without knowing how easy it is to make. Yum.



Anna xo


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