Caramello Chocolate Fudge Slice

Submitted by Emily Larsen

Caramello Chocolate Fudge Slice

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Cook Time 45 mins
Total Time 45 mins

Ingredients
 

  • Fudge Ingredients
  • 375g Milk Chocolate
  • 1 Tin of Condensed Milk
  • 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Essence
  • 1 Tablespoon Butter (Optional)
  • 10 Caramello Koalas
  • Biscuit Base Ingredients
  • 1 Packet of Marie Biscuits
  • 1 Tin of Condensed Milk

Instructions
 

Fudge

  • Place all ingredients into slow cooker.
  • On Low lid off
  • Stir every 15mins or so for 45mins until melted or when it starts to form a crust on top.
  • Use a metal spoon to stir!

Biscuit Base

  • Crush packet of Marie biscuits.
  • Mix through condensed milk.
  • Place into silicone mold or cake tin, press down until nice and even flat top.
  • Put into fridge to set until fudge is ready.
  • Pour fudge on top of biscuit base.
  • Smooth top and put back into fridge for a few hours or overnight.
  • For best result set overnight!
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22 thoughts on “Caramello Chocolate Fudge Slice”

  1. Jodie Leemhuis

    Wow what an amazing recipe Emily Larson, thanks so much for sharing it 🙂 I used 1 pack of scotch finger biscuits plus 6 more biscuits for the base and the whole 180gm pack of caramello koalas for the fudge! Very easy, very tasty and looks amazing when sliced!

  2. Jodie Leemhuis

    Wow what an amazing recipe Emily Larson, thanks so much for sharing it 🙂 I used 1 pack of scotch finger biscuits plus 6 more biscuits for the base and the whole 180gm pack of caramello koalas for the fudge. Very easy, very tasty and looks amazing when sliced!

  3. Rebeca Gregory

    Making this now can’t wait to try it, just a question I found it very sticky when trying to press the biscuit base, but i sprayed the spoon with oil and worked a treat. Thanks for this amazing recipe im sure my kids will love this little treat in their lunch box.

  4. Have made this fudge slice this morning hope its as good as it looks 😊 but used 150 grams of butter instead of condensed milk in the base

  5. I made this last night but it has not set. Fudge is yummy but gooey what could i have done wrong? I used 2 blocks of caromello choc. Maybe one should have been plain milk chocolate??

  6. Helen Widdicombe

    What can I substitute for caramello koalas? A block of caramello chocolate? I don’t think you can get caramello koalas in New Zealand.

  7. Thankyou for posting this, I can’t wait to try it, I live in NZ and don’t think we have caramel frogs so I guess caramel choc will work going to try that anyway. I would like to try extra butter in the base instead of more condensed milk, someone else asked this would this work and if so how much would one use. I’m so excited to try this my boys will be so excited to take this in their lunch boxes or for afternoon tea. Once again love love love you site and many thanks for taking the time to do it.

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