Redskin Fudge


January 16, 2015

Redskin Fudge 5 0 5 20
  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 1 hr 30 mins
  • 10 mins

    1 hr 30 mins

    1 hr 40 mins

  • Yields: 10+


1 bag Redskin lollies (approx 20)

1 tin Condensed milk

2 Γ— white chocolate blocks

2 tablespoons butter


1Melt all together in slow cooker on high. lid off. Stirring every 10 mins for 1.5hrs.

2Once combined and mixed, ,pour into pan lined with baking paper and set in fridge over night.


4I added some rock candy on the top but u can sprinkle anything. .. even leave 1 redskin out, freeze it and smash it up to sprinkle on.

Submitted by Cathryn


40 Reviews

Dianne Ward

March 31, 2022

Love love love this fudge. Delicious creamy redskin flavour. I use dream white chocolate or if I have blocks of milky bar I’ll use that. Either way it tastes amazing family and friends get excited when they know I’ve been binge slow cooking fudges

Tamara Coulstock

June 23, 2021

I used about 600-650grams of white chocolate because the first time I made it, it was quite sticky. This time it was perfect and It taste amazing πŸ‘Œ

Marlene Oxley

March 6, 2021

Tasted amazing but very sweet. Kids loved it but must admit one piece every day was enough for me.

The need for butter is explained here

Lynn Deegan

December 1, 2020

Why do u need the butter in it?

Christine Moroney

November 4, 2020

I made this for my eldest Granddaughter who is 18 she absolutely loved it l added an extra 5 Redskins for extra taste easy to make

Sharon Witt

February 1, 2020

Made this today and went done a total treat in my home.

Ellen Polomka

December 23, 2019

Am going to make this tomorrow. 🀞🀞🀞🀞


December 22, 2019

Yum yum is all I can say. I used 3 blocks and it’s amazing.

Dianne Ward

November 23, 2019

First fudge made. Family and friends loved it. I used 2 and a half blocks of milky bar chocolate and the packet of redskins had 19 in it. Turned out perfect. Making it again for friends that missed the last batch I made lol

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

November 14, 2019

I’m not sure what would be a similar lolly over there? If you know what a redskin in can you think of something similar?


November 13, 2019

Is there any substitute for the redskins… They are no longer available in NZ


August 18, 2019

My first time making fudge and it came out perfectly. I used two 290g bags of white choc drops instead of the blocks. Very easy to make and so freakin good to eat.


June 23, 2019

OMG need I say more 😁😁😁

Cheryl O’Brien

January 11, 2019

It’s absolutely delicous but can you please revise the recipe with actual weights for the ingredients? That would be very helpful. Thanks.


January 7, 2019

Best fudge I make – all the deliciousness of red skins without the risk of losing a filling.

Rachel Maree Finney

December 23, 2018

Absolutely beautiful recipe. Was my first attempt at cooking fudge in my slow cooker! Very happy with the results ❀️

Joanne Talarico

August 22, 2018

Family absolutely loved this, thanks so much πŸ™

I keep it in the fridge for weeks, freezer for months πŸ™‚


April 22, 2018

Does anyone know how long this will keep for? And do you need to store it in the fridge? Thanks!


January 2, 2018


Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

December 27, 2017

Fudge consistency πŸ™‚


December 22, 2017

I used 600g white choc and MOST of a bag of redskins (15 instead of all 18) and it came out a bit sticky but very yummy. Thanks for the recipe 😊


December 20, 2017

Does this fudge end up chewy like redskins or just like normal fudge. Hope this makes sense.

Adding extra chocolate makes it firmer πŸ™‚


December 8, 2017

How can you make it a little firmer as it seems to be a little to soft and hard to pick up once out of fridge for a few minutes ?

Ann Noonan

December 4, 2017

Can this fudge be frozen ?

Kylie Handley

July 6, 2016

Yummmmmmo, this soooo good. Will definitely be making this again!

Kay-lenne Christie

July 1, 2016

2:07am been waiting all night to cut this up for hubby to take with him for work.
I dont know if i messed it up (i did exactly what recipe said)
But this mix is sickly sweet, can hardly taste the red skins and its soft, i mean real soft!
I used 1 bag of red skin lollies
1 tin condenced milk
2 blocks of Cadburry dream white chocolate
2 table spoons of butter.
Will try another piece in the morning.

Katy Walker-Tassell

June 30, 2016

Note to self. More red skins for fudge and less for me to snack on while its cooking!!!


June 26, 2016

Absolutely delicious, simple and easy to clean up. Love the fact that it is virtually impossible to burn!! The only problem is – I can’t stop eating it!!

I would just use the larger one πŸ™‚
A little more choc will help it set better while too little will have it not set as well


June 23, 2016

Hi!! Just needing to know how many grams for the chocolate as I have milky bar chocolate which is 180g and dream which is 200g. Thanks πŸ™‚


June 21, 2016

First fudge I have made, and wow! Was super easy and SO tasty! Made quite a bit to, so decided to share the joy with the blokes at work. All enjoyed it very much.


June 11, 2016

Forgot the butter but doesn’t seem to have mattered πŸ™‚ still delish

Jason Anderson

June 5, 2016

Delicious! The fudge is soft, but has a great flavour. The Red Skin taste isn’t super strong, so if you love that flavour you might want to put in more Red Skins, but for us it was fine.


May 20, 2016

Made this today and needed more redskins can taste the white chocolate more then the redskins

They are a chewy raspberry lolly. If you google Allens Redskins you’ll see them πŸ™‚


April 21, 2016

I’m in the Uk, what are redskin lollies and where do I find them?!

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