Grease a large wide bottomed pan or flatboard with butter and leave aside.
Grind the walnuts to a powder or paste and leave aside.
Boil the milk in a thick bottomed or non-stick pan till it reduces to half or a third of the amount.
Add in the sugar and stir with a wooden spoon.
Once the sugar has melted, add in the butter, powdered or grated walnuts, and vanilla essence and stir continuously till it thickens.
Lastly, you'll add in the cocoa powder and stir for about an hour till the fudge starts to leave the sides.
Do the ball test now. For this test, you butter your fingers and try to form a ball with that fudge. If a ball forms, the walnut fudge is ready to be moulded. If you can't form a ball, just keep stirring, and try making a ball again after a few minutes. Repeat this step till the ball is formed; then pour out the fudge onto a greased tray and form into a large ball.
Fill the fudge dough into silicon molds to form the Christmas tree or Santa shapes your family loves. You'll end up with about 100 pieces.
And that's it! Your fudge is ready. Just leave it out to dry for a few hours or overnight and it's ready to go! Enjoy!
The cocoa can be doubled or not put in at all. That's up to you. If you have any questions, ping me at email@example.com
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