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Lockdown has turned Brits into a nation of amateurs chefs with social media filled with pictures of home cooks whipping up banana bread, dalgona coffee and frying pan pizzas.
But the latest trend to takeover news feeds is a three-ingredient fudge, which can be whipped up in minutes.
The simple recipe - using condensed milk, chocolate, and your choice of flavouring - has delighted foodies, who are proudly showing off their creations online.
Eloise Head, from London, who shares her recipes on Instagram and TikTok under the name FitWaffle, has reached more than 50 million people with three recipes showing very simple ways to make fudge at home.
The latest trend to takeover news feeds is a three ingredient fudge which can be whipped up in minutes. Pictured it Lotus fudge, made by food blogger Eloise Head
In one recipe she mixes one tin of Condensed Milk (397g), 400g White Chocolate and 100g Lotus Biscoff Spread to create a mouthwatering Biscoff fudge recipe in minutes.
In another, she swaps the Biscoff for Oreos to make the fudge Oreo flavour, and in a third she makes chocolate fudge using KitKats.
While she began her account four years ago, she said it's grown hugely over the lockdown, spurring her to create a second account, FitWaffle kitchen to share her recipes. In just four weeks she's gained 45,000 followers.
She told FEMAIL she is 'very proud to help people keep occupied right now'.
Ms Head (pictured) stares her simple recipes for decadent desserts to encourage people to bake in isolation
In one recipe, Eloise makes delicious three-ingredient kitkat fudge using condensed milk and white chocolate
'My first post to that page was on the March 31. I had about about 20 followers that grew to almost 1000 in the first day, now the page is at 45,000.
'The reaction has been fantastic. I get so many messages that mean so much to me. From parents baking the recipes with their children, people baking for the first time and others who have struggled to find enjoyment during these times, but have found it by trying some of the recipes.
'I am pretty much self taught when it comes to baking, I use to bake with my Great Auntie when I was very young, but other than that its very much been trial and error and simply practising.
'I would say just have fun and involve yourself with activities that make lockdown enjoyable. The whole purpose of the Fitwaffle Kitchen page was to give everyone the opportunity to bake and make use of the spare time they have at home, so hopefully they can enjoy the process from start to finish!
Food blog FitWaffle founder Eloise Head revealed her simple recipe for this indulgent Oreo fudge, which can be made with three basic ingredients in five minutes
While Eloise uses the hob to melt her chocolate and milk, others have created the the dish in a slow-cooker in just minutes.
Last month, Chanelle Ngohe, from Wellington, New Zealand posted the simple recipe to make Crunchie fudge the Facebook group Crockpot/Slow Cooker Recipes & Tips in just three-steps.
Meanwhile, thousands of Instagram users have been sharing images of their attempts.
Here, FEMAIL looks at the most delicious- looking creations..
Instagram user Seth shared this incredible image of green and black mint chocolate fudge
Jodie showed off the very impressive results of her white chocolate oreo fudge with only three ingredients
Instagram account @todaywecooked, made three ingredient white chocolate mini egg duge and three-ingredient dark chocolate fudge in their slow cooker
Mrs Shell, whipped up a very impressive batch of Terry's Chocolate orange fudge in her slow cooker
Lucy made Malteser fudge and mint aero bubble fudge in her slow cooker with just three ingredients
Natalee Wilds, from Somerset, whipped up slabs of Lotus fudge with giant pieces as servings
Amy Cole revealed the incredible results of her slow-cooker mint aero fudge on Instagram