• Makes 30
  • 60 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients


Easy slow cooker fudge

Ingredients (makes 30 pieces)

  • 500g milk chocolate
  • 395g condensed milk
  • 1 tablespoon butter


  1. Turn slow cooker on to low. Put all ingredients into the slow cooker and cook for an hour.
  2. Stir every 15 minutes until the chocolate has melted and the ingredients are combined. It'll start to look a bit bubbly/mousse like.
  3. Pour into a lined baking tray and embellish with any chocolates or lollies of your choice. Refrigerate until set (best overnight)


This makes a great gift to give to people for Christmas. Package up small amounts in cellophane bags.

  • It’s simple and only 3 ingredients wow I would love to try,thanks!!


  • Wow seems an easy one to do.


  • This sounds so easy. Thanks for the recipe.


  • I made them. Very very nice!!


  • This has got to be the quickest and best recipe I have seen for a long time. I have finally got a nice push button slow cooker. lol


  • I am really enjoying the vast amount I’ve things I can make in the slow cooker. It’s amazing what you can do in one


  • Love the look of your fudge,so delicious! Thanks!


  • This looks great! I love the way you have packaged it. looks great!


  • Have just pinned this, come back to write it down.


  • So so making this, sounds so delish.


  • This fudge looks absolutely fantastic, going to give it a try.


  • i have never ever made a sweet dish in my slow cooker – but I think this may have just converted me – Love fudge and this will be the perfect recipe to make it myself – thank you :)


  • Yes please ..who don’t love fudge at Christmas time or really anytime and yours looks wonderful. thanks heaps.

    • Hear, hear! I love fudge all year long too – just a small sweet mouthful of fudge goodness goes a long way!


  • Christmas = delicious fudge! I love making and giving fudge at Christmas time as it just looks so pretty wrapped in cellophane and tied with festive ribbon. Thanks for your recipe – will try it out in my slow cooker.


  • This looks so interesting!! I’m thinking of trying it, using dark chocolate. But I’ve just got the Philips All-in-One Cooker. I can slow cook there but having to open it and stir every 15 minutes could be quite complicated. Is the stirring really necessary?

    • I am unsure if the ingredients would combine as well if you didn’t mix it every 15 minutes. It ensures that they are well combined and not stick to the slow cooker base. You can also do make this recipe on the stove top too, it takes a lot less time that way.

      • Thanks so much for your answer, Shell. Maybe I try it on the stove then. I will let you know how it goes. Cheers!!!


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