Super simple slow cooker fudge 41



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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. 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.

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

  4. 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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