Jersey Caramel Fudge

If you like jersey caramels, you need to try jersey caramels fudge 🙂

Submitted by Amanda Traeger

Jersey Caramel Fudge

If you like jersey caramels, you need to try jersey caramels fudge 🙂
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 35 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 45 minutes


  • 2 x packs of 225gms Jersey Caramels sqaures
  • 2 x packs of 290gms white chocolate melts
  • 1 can 395ml Sweetened condensed milk


  • 1. Cut the jersey Caramel squares into quarters, this will help melt the Caramels easily.
  • 2. Pour all ingredients, jeresy Caramels, white chocolate and condensed milk into slow cooker.
  • 3. Cook on high for 1.5 hours stirring every 15-20minutes, until caramels are melted and crust is forming on the top.
  • 4. Pour into a square baking tin, lined with baking paper and chill in the fridge overnight.
  • 5. Cut into 2cm squares and enjoy!

11 thoughts on “Jersey Caramel Fudge”

  1. Amazing easy recipe! Took it to work and everyone who tried it wanted the recipe! Will definitely be making again and again

  2. Dangerously good! I made the mistake of using a round tin and so some of my squares were a little deformed, so I will definitely be buying a square tine for next time.

  3. Absolutely beautiful fudge ??? Brilliant recipe Amanda ? only change I made was that I used 3 × 180gm milky bar blocks plus an extra 5 × 14.5gm individual milky bar chocs for this one ? **Warning to all caramel lovers** this fudge is highly addictive ?? Looks amazing set in silicone chocolate moulds too ??

  4. Oh my.. i love love love jersey caramels and also love my fudge.. so why not combine them.. so easy.. i put them in mini cupcake cases.. one batch jas made 75 of them.. great for xmas pressies..

  5. Amazing, Amazing, Amazing !!
    We made this and it was delicious!
    Kids all agreed..
    will be doing again in the near future
    “School cake stall” hear we come ?

    1. Is yours a little 1.5L cooker? A bigger cooker would certainly cook hotter and may need to go low instead 🙂 I’ve never had a fudge burn but I always cook mine in the baby 1.5L cookers. Some other brands can cook notoriously hot I’m afraid

  6. Amanda Traeger

    I have 2 slow cookers, a large and a small one, I mainly use the small one to make this fudge and I have used the big one but did have it on low as it can burn. I guess it depends on your slow cooker, maybe try it on low first, usually once the ingredients have all melted and its nice and thick, its ready. 1.5hrs is how long mine takes, it could be different to others thats why I say to stir it often to stop it for burning on the bottom and sides of the slow cooker.
    – Amanda

  7. Made this for early Christmas gifts. It was well received with many saying they couldn’t stop eating it as it was so good.
    Yum…thanks for a great recipe

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