1. 19:00 - 22:00 KFM Nights with Brandon Leigh
  2. 22:00 - 00:00 Music Saves The Day: SA Royalty

Social distancing and to self-quarantine in Mzansi might be the new normal but doesn’t mean you have to
distance yourself from having an adventurous spirit in the kitchen.

In fact, if googling habits are anything to go by, South Africans seemed to have developed a serious sweet tooth since we all got “grounded” on March 27, with six of the eight most-searched recipes by South Africans being desserts!

  1. Malva pudding
  2. Fudge
  3. Banana bread
  4. Scones
  5. Tuna pasta
  6. Chocolate brownies
  7. Koeksisters
  8. Bread rolls

Turns out that our Zoe Brown made some fudge over the weekend using three simple ingredients and a microwave.

Verdict? Carl had a taste of Zoe's "flawless" fudge and this is what he thought.

Zoe's fudge seemed so easy to make, it had everyone talking and asking for the recipe.
This is how she made hers.


  1. 500g of sugar
  2. 1 tin of condensed milk (375ml)
  3. 100g of butter


  1. Grease a baking tin/dish with butter or cooking spray.
  2. Place all the ingredients in a microwaveable bowl and microwave on high for 2 minutes.
  3. Set your microwave to 10 min. After 4 - 5 min, stir again. For the remainder of the time, stirring every 45 seconds or when the mixture starts rising. Note, you don't want it to bubble over.
  4. To test if the fudge is ready, take a small bowl with water, drop a small amount of the mixture in water. If it forms a firm ball, then your fudge is ready and will set.
  5. Place in your grease tin and allow it to cool!

Please don't burn the fudge-like I burned my microwave popcorn. Love, Zoe.

Zoe Brown

More on KFM