December 23, 2015
1 hr 30 mins
1 hr 35 mins
1 Tin Condensed Milk
1 Tbsp Butter
1/2 Cup Baileys
*Note from Slow Cooker Central* - Due to the added 1/2 cup liquid I would suggest increasing the chocolate to 800g as per feedback comments below for better setting*
1Break up chocolate and put in the slow cooker, add the butter, condensed milk and baileys.
2Stir every 10 - 15 minutes for around 1 and a half hrs on low (times vary with each slow cooker).
3Pour into prepared 20x20cm baking dish lined with baking paper and allow to set.
Submitted by Simone Stern
January 2, 2021
I prefer milk chocolate myself 🙂
December 30, 2020
is it milk chocolate or dark chocolate you use? 😊
Just finished making this, so easy! I used caramel baileys and a mix of dark and milk chocolate as that was what I had on hand. I’m going to take it to a NYE party tomorrow and am confident it’s going to be a huge hit!
this was a huge hit with the family…
Fudge is always low, I’ve updated this recipe to reflect that now Rebecca as you were right it was unclear 🙂
December 18, 2020
Hi ladies. Just doing this recipe and it’s very wet. Should I add more chocolate or does it eventually mix in?
December 16, 2020
Hi trying this recipe as we spk ive put my setting on high as i couldnt see any clarification on the recipe will it be ok still and will it take less time to cook
December 8, 2020
Just the standard size – 395g
December 7, 2020
What size tin of condensed milk please
July 15, 2020
You could add it but I would add it in addition to existing ingredients, don’t reduce the regular chocolate for it
July 10, 2020
can you add nutella
April 21, 2020
Nom Nom Nom 😋 Read the comments and added 800g of Chocolate and instead of Baileys, I added Kahlúa. This is a hit with the Admin ladies at work 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
March 12, 2020
OMG made this last night using 800grm chocolate. absolutely delicious
December 9, 2018
I did this with 600g white chocolate and it didn’t set. I put it back in the slow cooker the next day with another 200g block and it seems to be setting better this time.
November 11, 2018
July 19, 2018
You can use eating chocolate or cooking chocolate. I prefer the taste when using eating chocolate 🙂
July 18, 2018
Can you use chocolate that needs tempering or should you use the cheap stuff?
July 10, 2018
This is so good, daughter has just put in her order for it her 18th birthday soon 🙂
May 11, 2018
This is so yummy! I used 600gm milk choc melts and 140mls of Baileys. It easily fit in my 1.5lt sc and was ready to pour in the tin in 90 mins. Couldn’t stop licking the spoon lol. Brilliant fudge recipe, thanks Simone Stern 🙂
December 25, 2017
I recently made this for Christmas and it is absolutely delicious. Everyone was wanting the recipe. I only used 500grams of chocolate and 1/4 cup of baileys. As it was what I had on hand and turned out so well. Thank you for the recipe.
December 23, 2017
Just made this with Biscotti flavoured Baileys and red and green M&Ms for decoration, used butter for extra gloss and only took 40min to cook on low in my 6L Kambrook SC – delicious thankyou!
December 20, 2017
So yummy, and easy to do, I’ll definitely be making it again.
December 16, 2017
You can use whichever you like, I prefer normal though 🙂
December 15, 2017
dwhat kind of chocolate do you use cooking chocolate or normal chocolate
October 27, 2016
You could if you like sure – it would just be a bit sweeter I think 🙂
Can you use white chocolate?
April 30, 2016
Does the alcohol content cook out?
January 5, 2016
Dont see why couldnt try it people tell me use the same mount of either of what u use in anything wether u use butter or marg
December 31, 2015
Hey girls ty sooooo much for all your help … iam new to all this but iam ready to do it … once again ty for all your advice … your all stars … I would like to say happy new year to you all … God bless u all
Thanks heaps for clarifying Simone 🙂
Hi Jamie, yes this is cooked on low with the lid off, I’ve always done fudge on low, but again trial and error, everyone’s slow cooker is different, the sc i use for my fudge is only a 1.5l if I was using my 6ltr I would try on high as it takes forever to heat up. As for doubling the baileys with the rest of the ingredients, i would stick with the 1/2 cup and then add a little at a time until it is thick consistency but not runny. Let me know how you go ?
Some members do high for fudge and some do low but in general it’s most usually high so I’d go with that unless Simone can clarify what she did for us 🙂
I think doubling would be ok usually but making the baileys up to 1 cup could prove watery? I’ll get more clarification from Simone for you on both for her recipe.
Wit this recipe do u do it low or high on the sc plus can u double every thing up to make a bigger portion ?
December 28, 2015
Ty so much
Hello sounds a silly question but go easy on me pls .. how much is half a cup of baileys .. iam in the UK. . And ty
December 24, 2015
Thanks very much, Paulene !! ☺
This is a question, not a review. I have tried to look for this on the website, but haven’t been successful. Can a person use margarine instead of butter for fudge?
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