Super simple slow cooker fudge

Get those slow cookers out of storage – this fudge is seriously good and so easy to make. It might

Get those slow cookers out of storage – this fudge is seriously good and so easy to make.

It might not be winter yet, but your crockpot will make a delicious dessert for everyone to enjoy.


  • 2 x blocks (375g) cooking milk chocolate, broken into pieces
  • 1 tin (395g) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • filling of your choice – nuts or M&Ms
  1. Place chocolate, condensed milk and butter into slow cooker on high with the lid off.
  2. Stir with a metal or silicon spoon every 15 minutes until melted and turn setting down to low and continue to stir for up to 2 hours.
  3. Once 2 hours is up, pour into a lined 20cm x 20 cm square cake tin and smooth over the top.
  4. Pour in your favourite nuts or chocolate and place into the fridge to cool for 1 hour. Cut and serve.



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  1. Sounds yummy but do you really think I am going to stand for two hours stirring!!

  2. Quicker in the microwave. Start with a minute on high and stir well. Follow with 10 second bursts and stir well after each one. Line your tin with plastic wrap as it comes off easier.

  3. SAS.
    What’s the deal with having to reregister on your FB page????

    • Lee Horrocks
      When I opened one of the stories this morning it had a big spiel about a new look SAS FB page and then said we had to register to continue to get all the stories and such. It only took a few seconds to do it but I am just wondering why SAS need us to do this.

    • Ruth Hourigan oh ok I am not sure Ruth, I must admit when all of these adverts start popping up to on the screen, I have this habit of ignoring them so maybe I missed something. Oh well, 🙂🌺

    • I looked at what was on there and it is saying click on to register and something about email, don’t think I’ll bother.🙂

  4. PS start with your ingredients at room temperature. Chocolate burns easily and stirring continues the melting process.

  5. Ruth  

    Who puts the crockpot away in summer? In this very hot weather I cook all my meals in the crockpot outside on the deck so as not to heat the kitchen.
    This recipe has soooo much sugar. Deadly!

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