Easy Crockpot Fudge

Easy Crock Pot Fudge

Easy Crockpot Fudge - this is the BEST fudge EVER!

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Easy Crock Pot Fudge

If you’re looking for something to cure your sweet tooth, this is the perfect recipe! You can make good, old fashion fudge right in your own home! The only appliance you’ll need is a slow cooker or crock pot and a few simple ingredients. The added bonus to this fudge is that the ingredients are rather healthy and don’t contain a to of sugar. So check out the recipe below to learn how to make easy crock pot fudge:

Ingredients Needed:

1 Cup Of Dark Chocolate Chips

1 Cup Of Coconut Milk

1/4 Cup Of Honey

Instructions:

  1. Start by combining and mixing all ingredients directly into your crock pot.
  2. Once the mixture is mixed, cook on low for 2 hours.
  3. Once the fudge has cooked, stir the fudge to remove any lumps and let cool.
  4. Pour the fudge mixture into a greased casserole dish. Add this point you can add any mix ins you like (nuts, caramel, PB etc).
  5. Cover the fudge and refrigerate for at least 3 hours before serving!

Comments

  1. Love this

  2. Hmmm, if I was doing this I might try this: fold up a piece of parchment paper to fit the inside of the crockpot. Then follow the recipe, taking care not to tear the paper when stirring. To chill, put the whole crock into the fridge. Then when it’s done, lift out the parchment paper and peel it off the fudge.
    What do you think?

  3. I tried this recipe, but it didn’t harden up :/ I left it in the fridge for 8 hours and it was still liquid, so I put it in the freezer and it finally hardened after another 3 hours, but it tasted freezer-burnt, so I took it out and set it on the counter, and within 2 hours it was liquid again. 🙁 No luck for me.

  4. I had no luck with this either. I refrigerated it for a couple of days, and it never hardened up. I told my husband that I guess I made chocolate sauce instead of fudge.

  5. No luck here. Didn’t firm up and tasted pretty awful.

  6. Didn’t harden even after several hours. Chocolate sauce was not what I had in mind!

    • Helen Summerton says

      What kind of coconut milk did you use? The canned kind or what is in the refrigerated milk section? Also, the kind of chips you used might make a difference. It sounds good, but I surely would want to have it look like your picture.

  7. What can you replace the coconut milk with if your allergic? Could you use evaporated can milk instead?

  8. I for one like to know what size crockpot when I look at any recipes. Could you please tell us what size crock you used to make this turn out right? Also what size dish do you spread it out in? All of these facts make a huge difference. Thank you

  9. I am wondering if it is supposed to say “Coconut Oil” instead of milk. That would probably give a much better texture and taste.

  10. Nancy Sommer says

    This recipe is the same as one I used to make fudge…… it was great. The big difference is I used sweetened condensed milk instead of Coconut milk. Same
    amount as in your recipe.

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