Peppermint Fudge

Choc peppermint fudge – straight from your slow cooker!

Submitted by Kara Church

Peppermint Fudge

Choc peppermint fudge - straight from your slow cooker!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 50 mins
Total Time 55 mins

Ingredients
 

  • milk chocolate 5-600g
  • 1 tin condensed milk
  • Tbs butter
  • Tsp vanilla essence
  • 5 Peppermint crisps CRUSHED (your choice how many)
  • Peppermint essence ( to your liking)

Instructions
 

  • Place all ingredients in slow cooker. Besides the peppermint essences, & peppermint crisps. (Leave till last)
  • Cook on LOW for 45mins OR until all smooth.
  • Add 3 packets of CRUSHED peppermint crisp.
  • Mix till its melts.
  • Mix every 10-15 minutes, as you don't want to burn it 🙂
  • Add in peppermint essences ( too your liking), mix all together.
  • Let it cook for extra 5 minutes.
  • Pour into lined tin.
  • Add CRUSHED peppermint crisp on top.
  • Fridge over night, and ENJOY.
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6 thoughts on “Peppermint Fudge”

  1. My first SC fudge was this! This is soooooo delish! Recommend this to anyone who loves peppermint chocolate. Definately add the peppermint essence if you have it.

  2. SO GOOD !!!! Did alter the recipe slightly – made a half batch using 1 block coles mint chocolate, half tin of condensed milk, butter, peppermint essence and topped with peppermint crisp bar.

  3. I must of done something wrong as mine has not set. 😟 I followed the recipe and it’s been in fridge most of yesterday and all night. Help I am a member of this pages facebook

    1. Susan on checking this for you I believe the chocolate content in this recipe is too low … it should be at least 500g (though I prefer 600g personally)
      I’ve taken the liberty to edit this members recipe to reflect this
      Yours is still totally fixable though 🙂
      Just return it to the slow cooker and add the extra chocolate then reset it and it will be great xx

  4. After advice with this recipe
    I can only find peppermint extract I can’t find pepper mint essence anywhere in the shops near me, if I were to use peppermint extract hoe much would you suggest using ?
    Help! Wanting to make this for Christmas 🎄

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