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9 Easy Slow Cooker Fudge Recipes

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Do you want fudge but don’t want to pay the expensive prices? Same, which is why I started making my own fudge recipes from home. They’re super easy fudge recipes and best of all you can make them in the slow cooker. 2020 was the year of isolation and what better way to spend it than making fudge! Instead of making you go through every post, I thought it would be better to put them all in one post to make life much easier!

These are all fudge recipes using condensed milk and all about making fudge in the slow cooker. Best of all you don’t need any fudge making equipment although I would suggest getting a silicone baking tray as they’re much easier to work with! 

Slow Cooker Mint Aero Fudge Recipe

This happens to be one of my favourite fudge recipes, it’s one of the most popular on Free From Squad and people love it! Mint fudge can be very popular and it’s great to take into work or enjoy as a treat at home! It’s an easy fudge recipe and one you should try. 

Slow Cooker Salted Caramel Pretzel Fudge Recipe

I made this one for the other half, he loved it and couldn’t get enough so I didn’t complain. When it comes to slow cooker fudge UK style recipes, this is a rustic and inventive one I couldn’t find anywhere else so I hope people enjoy it, let me know in the comments if you’ve made it and what you think! 

Salted Caramel Pretzel Fudge Recipe
Slow Cooker Salted Caramel Pretzel Fudge Recipe

Malteser Fudge Recipe

I love Maltesers and I love the fudge even more so it made sense to make a delicious easy Malteser fudge recipe. When it comes to slow cooker fudge recipes, this is one of my favourites and everyone loves it! 

Slow Cooker Salted Caramel Fudge Recipe

When it comes to fudge recipes UK style, who doesn’t love salted caramel? This one is different, it doesn’t use condensed milk but caramel instead. Salted caramel fudge is becoming something of a treat for me before I wasn’t the biggest fan of salted caramel recipes but this one is to die for, in small portions! 

Slow Cooker Toblerone Fudge Recipe

You could say this is a Christmas fudge recipe just because it’s Toblerone and I’ve never had a year when I’ve not had one in my stocking, can’t just be me right? The Toblerone gives it such an amazing taste and crunchy at the same time. When it comes to homemade fudge recipes, this is in my top 5! 

Mint Chocolate Fudge Recipe

This mint fudge recipe soon became a favourite with my little brother, possibly because he thought it was Minecraft fudge, I’ve never made gaming fudge before but I was happy he liked it. If you have a child that likes Minecraft, maybe give this yummy fudge recipe a try! 

Christmas White Chocolate Cranberry Fudge Recipe

Now we’re talking Christmas fudge recipes. I love Christmas and I love making Christmas recipes the most. This fudge is enough to fill you up after a couple of squares and brings Christmas to life in your mouth, try it, you won’t be disappointed. 

Christmas White Chocolate Cranberry Fudge Recipe
Christmas White Chocolate Cranberry Fudge Recipe

Chocolate Coffee And Walnut Fudge Recipe

I’ve never been a fan of coffee but this coffee fudge recipe is something that I’ve become accustomed to. This chocolate fudge recipe has the twist of walnuts added in and coffee on top, it’s super-rich in taste and the flavour will knock your socks off! 

Chocolate and Cherry Fudge Recipe

This more healthy fudge recipe is one of the sweetest I’ve made, yet one with the least amount of calories. Low-calorie fudge is something I’ve been looking at making and it’s the perfect weight watchers fudge as well with only 11.9 points a portion! Try it out and let me know what you think! 

Loving Fudge Recipes

I love making fudge, I’ve just found out that by using my three dish slow cooker I’m able to make even more fudge at the same time which is amazing. Easy slow cooker fudge recipes are everywhere and I can’t get enough of them, I’m sure in a years time I’ll be making another post with even more fudge recipes on them! 

I’ve never been a fan of white chocolate however since doing slow cooker fudge white chocolate recipes I’ve become more of a fan! You can make loads of different types of fudge and I encourage you to try out new recipes and enjoy new flavours! 

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