Maltesers Slow Cooker Fudge

I visited an old friend today, she could not believe the fact that you could make fudge in the slow cooker. Fudge, well it’s almost like fudge, not quite but a darn good alternative. As I ran through all the flavours we have made I swear she was a little bit envious. My friend has announced she’s going to come back to my place a cook in the very near future!


15g butter

1 can condensed milk

500g chocolate (any chocolate)

150g frozen maltesers (75g broken, 75g whole)


Melt the chocolate, butter, and condensed milk in the slow cooker on a low setting until fully melted.

Stir every 15 minutes for 90 minutes.

After 90 minutes stir in the broken maltesers.

Spoon the fudge into your silicone dish and push the whole maltesers into the soft fudge. I used an eight soap mould which have never been used for soap, they are food safe and give a nice rectangular shape that I can cut into six or eight pieces.

Chill the fudge for at least two hours in the fridge before you cut it up into squares.

The maltesers part of the fudge doesn’t keep so well, give it a day or two and the malt centres will get a little sticky. I’m guessing this won’t be an issue, I made a batch of this fudge and it was eaten in 24 hours. In fact it has been eaten so fast I didn’t even get a single piece!

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