Thermomix Chocolate Mint Fudge Christmas Tree

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Chocolate mint fudge is a deliciously sweet Christmas treat! Decorated as a Christmas Tree, it makes the perfect gift from your Thermomix Kitchen. 

Peppermint chocolate fudge in the shape of a Christmas tree on white and red background

It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas! I’m starting to feel the pressure to last-minute gifts from the kitchen organised, have Christmas hampers finished, and still have enough sweets and treats left over to keep the family happy.  Luckily most of my recipes are quick and simple, especially using the Thermomix.

Another Cute Christmas Gift Idea

If you’re looking for more ideas for your Thermomix Christmas gift hampers take a look at some of my other delicious recipes.  This recipe came about because I was making Salted Caramel Fudge Reindeer every year and I wanted to try something new!

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Caramel Reindeer

Making a Chocolate Mint Fudge Christmas Tree

Making the Christmas tree from fudge is a really simple process.  The trick is to add the decorations before the fudge has time to set.

  1. Line a round springform tin with plastic wrap.
  2. Pour the cooked fudge into the lined springform tin.
  3. Quickly, lightly score the 8 triangular segments.
  4. Add the 8 Christmas Tree toppers to the top of each tree at its apex.
  5. Shake silver and white sprinkles over the Christmas Tree.
  6. Add red lollies or smarties to the tree.
  7. Allow the fudge to set completely in the fridge.
  8. Once completely firm use a hot knife and the scored lines as the cutting guide to cut triangular segments.
  9. Place in rectangular plastic bags and add a bow to the tree base.

Round Chocolate Christmas Fudge

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Chocolate Fudge in the shape of a Christmas Tree

Christmas Hampers from the Kitchen

Cooking traditional Christmas sweets in the lead-up to Christmas always gets me in the mood for the big day. I like to make up little hampers for neighbours, teachers, and bus drivers. There are a few things that are always included in the hamper. My Traditional Christmas Thermomix Shortbread is so buttery and crisp. The smell of these baking will make them hard to give away.

Also, I think Rum Balls are everyone’s guilty pleasure. These are so easy to make it almost feels like cheating. They can be made weeks ahead of time too!

Chocolate Fudge in the shape of a Christmas Tree

Thermomix Chocolate Mint Fudge Christmas Tree

Julie Carlyle
Thermomix chocolate mint fudge in the shape of a cute Christmas tree makes the perfect Christmas gift for teachers & neighbours. Easy Thermomix fudge!
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Dessert, Party Food, Slice, Snack
Cuisine American, Australian
Servings 8 Pieces
Calories 536 kcal

Equipment

Ingredients
 
 

  • 200 gm dark cooking chocolate *don't use a high cocoa solids premium chocolate. Cheap is best!
  • 395 g Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 160 gm white sugar
  • 120 gm butter
  • 120 gm glucose
  • 2 drop Doterra peppermint oil You can substitute 1/2 teaspoon of peppermint essence.

Instructions
 

  • Line a round springform tin with plastic wrap.
  • Place chocolate squares in TM bowl. Grate 5 sec/Speed 9. Remove chocolate and reserve for later.
    200 gm dark cooking chocolate
  • Add condensed milk, chopped butter, sugar and glucose syrup to TM bowl.  Cook 8 min/100C/Speed 3 (MC OUT).
    395 g Sweetened Condensed Milk, 160 gm white sugar, 120 gm butter, 120 gm glucose
  • Scrape down the bowl being careful not to allow any condensation into the bowl. Dry the lid.
  • Cook 18 mins/Varoma/Speed 3 (MC OUT).
  • Add reserved chocolate and peppermint to TM bowl. Combine 10 sec/Speed 3-4.
    2 drop Doterra peppermint oil
  • Pour the fudge into the prepared tin. Refrigerate until set.

Christmas Tree Garnish

  • See the above description of how to decorate the Christmas tree.

Notes

NOTE:
Work quickly to add the Christmas tree decorations as per the description above. These need to be added prior to the fudge setting.
The fudge will be set enough to cut within 30 minutes.

Nutrition

Calories: 536kcalCarbohydrates: 70gProtein: 6gFat: 27gSaturated Fat: 17gCholesterol: 50mgSodium: 184mgPotassium: 362mgFiber: 3gSugar: 64gVitamin A: 517IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 164mgIron: 3mg
Keyword chocolate fudge, Christmas, Christmas Cooking, Christmas hampers, Fudge, Thermomix
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7 thoughts on “Thermomix Chocolate Mint Fudge Christmas Tree”

  1. Kristy Armstrong says:

    5 stars
    Great recipe and very easy to follow. Made them with the kids and theybwere fabulous

  2. Karen says:

    Does this fudge need to be kept refrigerated?

    1. Julie Carlyle says:

      No, It doesn’t really need to be refrigerated but I would keep it out of the sun.
      Happy Cooking
      j

  3. Danielle B says:

    How far in advance can this fudge be made and stored in the fridge/freezer?

    1. Julie Carlyle says:

      Hi Danielle
      Thanks for messaging xx
      This will last more than 6 months in the fridge.
      Happy Cooking
      J

  4. Emma says:

    When do you put the paddle pop sticks in?

    1. Julie Carlyle says:

      The paddle pop sticks aren’t inserted in the fudge they are just wrapped in the bad as a decorative Christmas Tree trunk.

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