Dessert, Fudge, Lunchbox, Snacks
August 21, 2014
1 hr 30 mins
1 hr 35 mins
500g of chocolate
1 tbs butter
1 tbs vanilla essence
1 x 395gm can condensed milk
1Place all ingredients into slow cooker
2On Low - lid off
3Stir every 15mins or so for approx. 90 minutes
5Pour into lined tin to refrigerate till set
7Various chocolate flavours can be used for this fudge and many members then decorate it with various chocolate or lollies on top also
8Your imagination is your only limit :)
10Fudge FAQ: http://www.slowcookercentral.com/fudge-frequently-asked-questions1/
Submitted by Paulene Christie
November 29, 2018
If you search for those direct we have those versions you can follow as separate recipes 🙂
November 28, 2018
Do I have to reduce the quantity of a certain ingredient if I make different flavours? Like a baileys fudge? Or peanut butter?
November 22, 2018
I have done so many variations and I get so many compliments on my amazing fudge. Thank you
June 5, 2018
Musk fudge is amazing. I used 2 packets of fudge 600g white cadbry chocolate. 1 tin skim condensed milk. Teaspoon or 2 of butter. I am meant to be freezing it for my daughters birthday, if it makes it there!
February 21, 2018
You could make it without in this instance if you choose to 🙂
Best to get some for next time though
Can i miss out the vanilla as not got any in
June 12, 2017
Make sure you stick to the recipe.
Recipe is for 500 gm chocolate, I used white.
Got home and discovered I had bought 2 x 200gm blocks. Fudge didn’t set.
There is a FAQ fudge questions on the site which confirmed that I needed the extra chocolate.
Melted again in slow cooker and added another 100gm chocolate and a cap full of milk to blend and it has set perfectly and tastes amazing!
Great recipe. 10/10.
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