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Let me just pause right here and say, I never really expected to get into this kind of “everything” home-made kind of homemaking… and this project intimidated me a lot! but now that I’ve made it once, and wrote down some notes for next time, I am so beyond excited!
It is pretty fun to provide home-made goodies for my family, and it’s especially nice when you can find recipes and methods that have already been ironed out!
I wouldn’t have even attempted to make yogurt if it wasn’t for my amazing Instant Pot! Man, I love this thing! Best Christmas present ever! (Thanks Babe!) From applesauce, to a freezer full of dinners, making my lunches a breeze and now even making yogurt… The Instant Pot has been (dare I say it?) life-changing! If you aren’t familiar with this miracle appliance? You can read my previous posts about it here.
I was nervous to take on yogurt. So, I’ve been looking into it for a while now and preparing myself for the task.
Start by putting the cream, butter, and sweetener into a shallow pan (like a frying pan or skillet).
Stir until dissolved and bring to a boil on medium to high heat.
Once boiling, simmer, stirring occasionally until condensed by about half and thick and bubbly.
Should take about 15-20 minutes.
This will make about a cup to a cup and a half of sweetened condensed milk. And now you are ready to make fudge! (This cream can also be used as a yummy coffee creamer.)
Take 1 cup of the condensed milk and 1 cup of chocolate chips.
If your sweetened condensed milk is still hot your chocolate will melt right away, stir to combine!
If it has already cooled just microwave, stirring every few seconds until fully melted and combined.
Chill in the fridge or freezer until solid.
Pour into a square dish or just leave it in the bowl if you want thicker pieces. I've also seen some bloggers put their fudge into ice cube trays for easy personal serving sizes!
Sugar Free Sweetened Condensed Milk and Creamy Fudge ~ Loveandscribbles.com