Dulche De Leche (Caramel) Fudge

Dulce de leche is the South American name for caramelised milk. This fudge has that same delicious flavour.

Submitted by Sara Beckett

Dulche De Leche (Caramel) Fudge

Dulce de leche is the South American name for caramelised milk. This fudge has that same delicious flavour.
5 from 1 vote
Serving: 36
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 35 minutes


  • 600g white chocolate melts
  • 1 400g can Nestle Top n Fill (caramelised condensed milk)
  • 1 T butter
  • 1 T brown sugar
  • 1 T golden syrup (optional)


  • Add all ingredients into slow cooker.
  • Heat on Low with no lid, stirring every 15 minutes for 90 minutes.
  • Pour into square tray and refrigerate until set.
  • Cut into pieces to serve, store in fridge.


  • The golden syrup gives a very strong flavour to the fudge and can be omitted if you prefer.

31 thoughts on “Dulche De Leche (Caramel) Fudge”

  1. Loved this! So easy to make. I gave some to 2 friends and they both said its the best they’ve had and I don’t think they were just being nice! Definitely making again.

  2. I made this last night. It split/separated, my fault I’m sure, but it came back together beautifully when I beat it with electric beater and a splash of milk. Set perfectly, and it delicious!

  3. Made this last night as gifts for my girls teachers for the end of the year and it is absolutely devine! Will be making this fudge regularly for sure, I left out the golden syrup ad I didn’t want it to overpower the caramel flavour 🙂

  4. This is super easy to make. I’ve made it twice now and it’s worked both times. This will be my go to dessert-treat from now on. Highly recommend you give it a try!

  5. Could this also be made with brown (dairy milk chocolate and ordinary condensed milk. Just wondering if anyone has tried it

  6. This mixture split – maybe because my slow cooker is too hot and it was a super hot day? I followed what a previous commenter did – added a splash of milk and then used hand beaters to mix and the result was perfect! I used caramel made in the slow cooker from condensed milk – YUM!

  7. Hi mine won’t set, is it because I didn’t add full amount of chocolate or something else and can I fix it. Thank you

  8. Hi. Just wondering if you have to pre caramelise the milk? Or can you just throw it in runny as with all the other fudge recipes?

  9. First time making fudge in the slow cooker. Actually first time making anything sweet in the SC! This was so easy and I’m planning on making more. These set very well and recieved thumbs up from both Miss 20 and 17. (I didn’t use the Golden Syrup).

  10. I have a tin of caramel I made in slow cooker but it has a grainy texture if I use it in this fudge recipe, do you think the fudge will turn out grainy or smooth?

  11. Tennielle Lawrence

    5 stars
    Make this every christmas as it is so so good to share. I usually add a tsp cinnamon and a tsp vanilla essence too! Some raw sugar lightly scattered on top looks effective too!

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