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Ever since I first made a simple slow cooker fudge I haven’t been able to get enough of it. I would make it every week if I could and it’s one of my favourite parts of baking and something we often do on a rainy day.
It’s so easy to make and once you get used to the quantities of ingredients you can make pretty much any flavour fudge you like. All you need is sweet chocolate chips, condensed milk and flavouring like vanilla extract and you’re all set to make all sorts of fudge variations.
So I thought as a starting point I would put together some of the delicious Slow Cooker Fudge flavours we have made so far, literally in minutes, to give you a bit of inspiration. But, first you need to know what you need to get started making fudge.
What equipment do you need to make slow cooker fudge?
Slow cooker fudge doesn’t need anything special to make it, and you probably already have everything you need at home, but this is the equipment we use:
- A slow cooker
- A wooden spoon
- A spatula
- A square baking tin
- Baking paper sheets
- Good quality knives to cut the fudge into pieces
- Airtight containers for storage
- Food gift bags to package it up and give the fudge as gifts
Once you’ve got everything you need to make the fudge you can just keep making it again and again – in so many of these different flavours too!
I’ll be updating this page with other similar recipes as time goes on so make sure you check back regularly for updates and let me know any weird fudge flavours you’d like me to try too. I’m all for creating unusual fudge flavours to add to my collection! You can never have too many easy slow cooker fudge recipes!
So here are all of our easy recipes for fudge so far:
One of the easiest fudge recipes we’ve ever made is our Nutella Fudge. Perfect for any Nutella fan but great for anyone who loves chocolate. It’s simple to make with fantastic results and one that everyone will love.
Lotus Biscoff Fudge
This is, without a doubt, our favourite fudge of the moment. The mix of Lotus Biscoff spread and actual Biscoff cookie pieces is a real winner, giving the slow cooker Lotus Biscoff fudge fantastic texture. It’s so easy to make, so rich and a wonderful treat.
Cookies & Cream Fudge
I wanted to make a chocolate chip cookie fudge that was as good as the Lotus Biscoff one – and with this Cookies and Cream fudge I definitely succeeded. It tastes just like Hershey’s Cookies and Cream but without the price tag!
A great alternative to Cookies & Cream Fudge is Oreo Fudge, with Oreo pieces in the fudge mix and also over the top, giving a real dose of that classic Oreo flavour.
Creme Egg Fudge
Another classic chocolate that I had to make into fudge was Creme Eggs. Such an iconic Easter treat and one that works so well in fudge recipes. We used Mini Creme Eggs for this Creme Egg fudge and it’s now one of my favourites!
Rocky Road Fudge
Rocky Road is my favourite sweet treat so it made sense that we would create a Slow Cooker Rocky Road Fudge too. This gives a good fudge texture with all your favourite Rocky Road elements which can be easily tweaked to include anything you have in the cupboard – just make sure you don’t scrimp on the mini marshmallows!
This Maltesers Fudge is so good and fantastic for any Malteser fan. Full of malty pieces and rich chocolate it’s a really great fudge to make and share – or just indulge in by yourself!
Another super easy fudge, based around a classic chocolate bar, is our Slow Cooker Bounty Fudge. A great consistency, so much flavour and a pretty lovely sweet treat too!
Two Ingredient Caramac Fudge
This Caramac Fudge only uses two ingredients and is really sweet and rich just like Caramac bars. It has such a nostalgic flavour to it and one that any Caramac fan will enjoy.
This Baileys Fudge really isn’t just for Christmas. It’s such a rich fudge, full of flavour and so easy to make. It’s perfect for any time of the year and one of my favourites.
Amaretto and Cherry Fudge
Another fantastic fudge with a little alcohol kick is this Amaretto and Cherry Fudge. It looks great, smells great and tastes pretty amazing! A fantastic fudge to gift.
If you’re looking for seasonal fudge recipes to try then they don’t get better than our Gingerbread Fudge. Full of festive flavour and with a wonderful texture and biscuit pieces, it’s great to indulge in or share over Christmas.
If you’re a fan of honeycomb or Cadbury Crunchie then this is the fudge for you! Just the right amount of honeycomb pieces, topped with crushed honeycomb and perfect to share.
Mincemeat Fudge was our festive attempt at slow cooker fudge and it worked perfectly. The mincemeat and added dried fruit gave a really nice texture to the Christmas fudge and it had a really moreish quality to it. The perfect Christmas gift or treat to enjoy over the festive season and a great way to use up leftover mincemeat too.
Mince Pie Fudge
Taking the Mincemeat Fudge to another level, this Mince Pie Fudge has added pieces of pastry, making it taste just like a really rich and flavoursome mince pie. Great for gifting.
Candy Cane Peppermint Fudge
Another great festive option is our Candy Cane Peppermint Fudge. Lovely and minty, with a nice texture from the candy cane pieces, it’s a sweet treat that the whole family will love and looks fantastic given as gifts too.
Cherry Bakewell Fudge
This Cherry Bakewell Fudge has all the flavours of a Cherry Bakewell that can be enjoyed all year round. If you love those sweet little tarts with a cherry on top then you will adore this fudge too!
Lemon Meringue Fudge
Lemon Meringue is such a classic flavour combination that it was only right for us to make a Lemon Meringue Fudge too. The meringue pieces in this fudge add a really lovely texture.
Love Hearts Fudge
A fudge option that children will love, and that’s great for Easter of Valentines, is Love Heart Fudge. So simple to make and tastes great, with a slight fizz to it. So different to other fudge flavours we’ve made.
Heart Shaped Fudge
Another great option for Valentines is this Heart Shaped Fudge. So easy to customise and looks fantastic too. Such a lovely treat for anyone you’re thinking about.
Easter Egg Fudge Shapes
Seasonal fudge doesn’t get better than these Easter Egg Fudge Shapes. Bite size chunks of deliciousness, a wonderful sweet treat that looks great and is wonderful to gift.
Mini Egg Fudge
Keeping the Easter theme, our white chocolate Mini Egg fudge is a great treat for Easter – or any time of the year you can get your hands on some Cadbury Mini Eggs! Just delicious.
Parma Violets Fudge
Another classic sweet flavour is Parma Violets – and one you either love or hate! Parma Violet Fudge was a natural creation for me as I absolutely love them!
After Eight Fudge
This may be my absolute favourite fudge to date. It tastes just like After Eights, is so rich and I’ve always loved dark chocolate. After Eight Fudge is a must for any After Eight fan!
Mars Bar Fudge
This three ingredient Mars fudge is one of the easiest slow cooker fudge recipes we’ve made but also one of my absolute favourites!
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Fudge
This Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Fudge is a must for any Reese’s fan. The taste is just like that in the iconic chocolates and good enough to share.
Rum and Raisin Fudge
A really classic flavour combination has to be Rum and Raisin. This rum and raisin fudge has just the right amount of dried fruit and just enough rum to give it a fantastic flavour and the raisins add a lovely texture too.
Pistachio and Cherry Fudge
I love pistachio anything and so I created this Pistachio Cherry Fudge to suit my own tastes – and it’s a good one! The cherry and pistachio pieces give it a great consistency and it’s really full of flavour.
Eton Mess Fudge
I wanted to create a fudge with all the flavours of summer and one of my favourite summer desserts is Eton Mess. This Eton Mess Fudge is full of strawberries, meringue and creamy white chocolate.
In the spirit of seasonal fudge we made pumpkin fudge over the autumn, and for Halloween. It’s made simply with pumpkin spice syrup, milk chocolate chips and condensed milk but you could also try and make it with pumpkin puree too.
Coffee and Walnut Fudge
If you love coffee then you’ll love this Coffee and Walnut fudge. Such a wonderful flavour combination for any coffee fan and one that is just so easy to make too. You can use any coffee you have to hand or even just coffee flavouring – and leave out the walnuts if you feel like it as well!
Maple and Pecan Fudge
I loved the nutty texture of the Coffee and Walnut Fudge recipe so wanted to create another classic fudge flavour with a similar texture. This Maple and Pecan Fudge is wonderful, rich and full of flavour with a really nice consistency.
Terry’s Chocolate Orange Fudge
This Terry’s Chocolate Orange Fudge is one of our simplest fudge recipes – using only two main ingredients. You literally need nothing more than condensed milk and chocolate oranges!
White Chocolate Fudge
Slow cooker fudge doesn’t get simpler that this White Chocolate Fudge. It’s so creamy and a fantastic base for adding dried fruit or nuts to give the fudge a bit of texture. This is a great recipe to start on if you’re looking to make your very first slow cooker fudge.
Easy Chocolate Fudge
But, if milk chocolate is more your thing then a really simple Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge recipe could be perfect. We stirred in Smarties at the end of cooking and then topped with some extra Smarties too but you could add any chocolate confectionary you like. This makes such a rich and creamy crock pot chocolate fudge and it’s an instant hit with the kids too.
Two Ingredient Caramel Fudge
This is such a simple recipe – using just two ingredients – and giving such a wonderful caramel chocolate fudge flavour. It’s the perfect gift or sweet treat and so easy to make.
Salted Caramel Fudge
A really nice variation of the Caramel Fudge is Salted Caramel Fudge. I don’t know about you but I always find Salted Caramel is never quite salty enough, and mostly just caramel. Well, this Salted Caramel has a wonderfully natural salty tang to it – and you can easily vary the amount of salt too. A must for any real Salted Caramel fan!
Mint Aero Fudge
If you love mint chocolate then this is the Mint Aero fudge for you. Using a combination of Mint Aero and Mint Aero Bubbles as well as normal milk chocolate it gives a rich and minty flavour just like eating Aero bars!
Kinder Style Fudge
This is the fudge for you if you love Kinder chocolate. That fantastic mix of white and milk chocolate that just melts in your mouth. Kinder style fudge is a great way of using up chocolate after Easter or Christmas as pretty much anything goes!
Peanut Butter Fudge
The peanut butter fudge took me a couple of attempts to perfect and now has just the right amount of peanuts and chocolate. If you add too much peanut butter you get a super crumbly fudge – which may be just the thing you like. I wanted to keep the same softer fudge consistency so used less peanut butter but it still gives a really peanutty flavour. If you love peanut butter you’ll love this!
Vegan Dairy Free Coconut Fudge
I realised when making all the above fudge flavours that I didn’t have a vegan fudge recipe or one that anyone dairy free could eat so I tried to find a sweetened condensed milk alternative. Condensed coconut milk was the answer and this pretty good vegan, dairy free coconut fudge was the result!
Since making the coconut fudge above, Carnation have launched a Vegan Condensed Milk Alternative which is fantastic for making true vegan fudge without the coconut flavour. So, I thought I’d make a basic Vegan chocolate fudge for anyone that doesn’t have dairy.
So there you have all our favourite slow cooker fudge recipes so far – and I’m sure there are many more fudge slow cooker recipes that we can create as time goes on. They have turned into our most favourite slow cooker desserts. I’ll update this with any new creations – we really do love fudge recipes!
What crock pot fudge would you like to make? I’m already planning Key Lime Pie fudge, a simple Vanilla Fudge, one that includes cookie dough and a Strawberry Fudge too! Let me know if you have any more suggestions to add to the list.
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