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This recipe is classed as easy

Rating 3.55 / 5 (11 votes)

Prep time:
5 min
Cook time:
5 min

These deliciously fudgy, creamy, nutty, crunchy desserts from Tom Parker Bowles are so easy and so addictive that you’re almost certain to make them more than once


1. Preheat the grill to its highest setting.

2. Spread the brazil nuts out on a sheet of foil and place under the grill, about 10cm below the heat source, for 2 minutes or until lightly toasted (set a timer if you have one because nuts will burn very suddenly).

3. Remove from the grill and set aside to cool.

4. Peel and slice the bananas into thin rounds and place them in a large bowl, then pour in the yoghurt and mix together well.

5. Divide the banana yoghurt mixture between 4 serving glasses and sprinkle the sugar equally over the 4 portions of banana yoghurt.

6. Cover the glasses with cling film and transfer to the fridge for about 3 hours - after this time the sugar will have transformed into lovely pools of fudge sauce.

7. Chop the toasted nuts, sprinkle them on top and serve.

Looking for more fudge ideas? Check out our Best ever fudge recipes.


  • 2 large ripe bananas
  • 2 oz brazil nuts
  • 1 x500 g tub Greek yogurt
  • 5 oz molasses sugar

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Agree with some of KatQ's thoughts, tis a bit more treacle than toffee, so mixed 1/3 molasses and 2/3 moscovado, which helped... then really does need the three hours in the fridge to fully dissolve, the molasses starts striaght away! Also used natural yogurt instead of Green yog.

Scottydog Scottydog  Posted 17 Jan 2010 11:42 PM

This pudding was nothing like i thought it would be....there was absolutely nothing 'toffee' about it. The Molasses sugar is 100% Liqurice not toffee - very sour especially with the Greek Yogart. Needless to say this pudding did not go down very well with anyone. I cannot seem to amend my star rating so it may show up as 5 star but its definately a 1.

KatQ KatQ  Posted 12 Nov 2009 9:14 AM