November 17, 2014
1 hr 5 mins
1 packet maltesers
2x 200gms milk chocolate
1 tin 395gm tin condensed milk
1 or 2 shot glasses Baileys Irish cream
1 tsp vanilla essence
1Place all ingredients into the sc except maltesers and Baileys.
2Stir every 15 minutes, on low, when thick and the mixture comes away from the spoon turn off the slow cooker add Baileys.
3Pour into a tin lined with baking paper.
4Place Maltesers over the top.
5Place in the fridge overnight to set.
7*the inspiration for this recipe came from the facebook group I cannot take credit for recipe but wanted to share so others can use it*
Submitted by Chris McInnes
July 30, 2020
This isn’t an oven recipe – you’d be best to invest in a slow cooker. They start from just $20
July 28, 2020
How can I cook this slowly in the oven?
I do not own a slow cooker
May 2, 2020
I’ve made this a few times. I find that it takes a full 48 hours in a very cold fridge to solidify to the right texture – it’s then easy to cut and the taste improves too. If you can avoid the temptation for 2 days, it will be prefect fudge after that.
April 11, 2020
I personally make all my fudge in a 1.5L slow cooker
Could you tell me what size slow cooker you used please?
Yes as per step 2 🙂
April 10, 2020
You say add Baileys. Do you stir it into mixture
April 5, 2020
Add an extra block of chocolate 🙂
Its delicious but super soft and had to cut as it kinds of slimes on everything, how can i get it to have a harder consistency ?
June 9, 2016
Made this today but didnt put baileys in and only used 2 packets of white chocolate 200g has set beautiful and taste fantastic
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