Easy Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge | Easter Recipe

Easy Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge | Easter Recipe One of my favourite things about Easter is the confectionary. Now, before I get absolutely trolled, I do appreciate that it also has very important, deeper meaning but my sweet tooth is grateful that modern tradition dictates that the supermarket shelves are bursting with a wonderful array of chocolatey goods.

Cadbury Creme Eggs are my (not so secret) vice. So much so that I keep a little stash of them in the top drawer of my desk at work, much to the amusement of my colleagues (until they get peckish of course – whos laughing now, eh?)

Anyway, you came here for a recipe so I’ll stop my incessant ramblings. I’ve been experimenting with slow cooker fudge for a while now with varying success, however, this haphazard creation was an absolute belter so I wanted to share the love. Enjoy!

Creates approximately 36 small squares. 2 hours cooking time, cool overnight. This can be made using a heavy-bottomed pan on low heat if you don’t have a slow cooker.

Easy Peasy Slow Cooker Cadbury Creme Egg Chocolate Slow Cooker Fudge Recipe Easter Three Ingredients That British Betty Blog


400g milk chocolate (any brand will do – I used a cheap supermarket one)
6 Cadburys Creme Eggs
1 397g tin of condensed milk


1 – Break up the chocolate and chop the creme eggs.

2 – Set your slow cooker to low and add the broken chocolate, 3 creme eggs and the tin of condensed milk.

3 – Leave the lid off and stir occasionally. The mixture should begin to melt and form a crust.

4 – Stir well and wait for the fudge to form a second crust.

5- Pour into a lined square tin or mould (I use a silicone one from Home Bargains) and quickly top with the remaining chopped creme eggs.

6 – Leave to cool in the fridge overnight. Cut into small squares and store in an airtight container (refrigerated) for up to one week.

Lisa Valentine That British Betty Blog

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  1. Steph
    29th March 2018 / 11:30 am

    I know what I’m going to be doing with all my left over creme eggs from Easter!

    Steph xx
    Steph @ Scouse Bird Blogs

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