3 Ingredient slow cooker Toblerone fudge

We are edging closer to Christmas and this delicious 3 Ingredient slow cooker Toblerone fudge recipe will be a big hit with your family and friends.

I love making fudge in the slow cooker as it is just so simple and quick to do yet the results are amazing. Not only that, you can create any flavour that comes to mind, you may need to tweak the recipe a little bit however depending on the ingredients being used.

This delicious Toblerone fudge is perfect for making on a lazy Sunday morning, for that perfect post-dinner treat. It is also perfect for Christmas time, especially as a homemade gift for your loved ones.

At this time of the year, there are larger bars of Toblerone available everywhere which is what I have used in this however, you can just use the smaller Toblerone bars instead if you can’t find them. As an adaptation, you could try using the Toblerone white bars or even topping the fudge with pieces of Toblerone to finish it off.

3 Ingredient slow cooker Toblerone fudge

How to make 3 Ingredient slow cooker Toblerone fudge

Prep time – 5 Minutes

Cook time – 30 Minutes

Wait time – 4 Hours

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Pop all the ingredients in the slow cooker, stir and set to medium.
  • Give it a good stir every 10 – 15 minutes for approximately an hour, at this point, the fudge should be thick and yummy looking.
  • Whilst this is cooking, line an 8-inch square baking tin with baking paper.
  • Once the fudge is done, pour it into the tin, flatten with the back of a spoon and sprinkle with a little biscoff crumb.
  • Pop into the fridge for 4-6 hours, or overnight.
  • Slice into 36 yummy bites

If you would like a printable version of this recipe, please see the printable recipe card below!

3 Ingredient slow cooker Toblerone fudge

3 Ingredient slow cooker Toblerone fudge

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Additional Time: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours 35 minutes

Ingredients

  • 360g Toblerone Bar
  • 240g Milk Chocolate
  • 1 Can of Condensed Milk (397g)

Instructions

  1. Pop all the ingredients in the slow cooker, stir and set to medium.
  2. Give it a good stir every 10 – 15 minutes for approximately an hour, at this point, the fudge should be thick and yummy looking.
  3. Whilst this is cooking, line an 8-inch square baking tin with baking paper.
  4. Once the fudge is done, pour it into the tin, flatten with the back of a spoon and sprinkle with a little biscoff crumb.
  5. Pop into the fridge for 4-6 hours, or overnight.
  6. Slice into 36 yummy bites

Do you need a slow cooker to make fudge?

The simple answer is no you do not, you can do this recipe in the slow cooker or crock pot.

The alternative way for this is to cook it in a heatproof bowl in the microwave and stir it at regular intervals until it is all melted and combined. It will still give you the same outcome but just a different method.

How do you store your fudge?

Once your fudge is set and cut, make sure you store it in an airtight container. This can be kept at room temperature or in the fridge for a couple of weeks.

If you are making these as a gift, they can be gifted in cellophane bags and they will keep well as long as they are securely sealed.

What equipment do you need to make slow cooker fudge?

Slow cooker – I used this Morphy Richards hinged lid slow cooker and love it. I take the lid off for cooking this and it is out of the way.

8 Inch square tin 

A spatula

A wooden spoon

Airtight containers

Parchment paper

3 Ingredient slow cooker Toblerone fudge

Slow cooker fudge recipe ideas

If you love this recipe and want to try making some more, here are some of our other delicious fudge recipes for you to try out.

Kinder Chocolate Fudge – One of our favourite recipes in our household, until the Toblerone one! Kinder chocolate is one from most people’s childhood and tastes amazing.

Terry’s Chocolate Orange Fudge – This recipe uses minimal ingredients as Terry’s chocolate oranges bring the flavour! Perfect at Christmas time of the year when you can pick up some great bargains on them.

Biscoff Fudge – I have just made a big batch of this today for our Christmas gifts and I forget every time just how tasty it is. In our recipe, we use the crunchy spread but you could switch this out for the smooth spread if you prefer.

We have also just created a salted caramel fudge recipe that we will be sharing with you soon, it has the perfect combination of sweet and salty. If the kids left me any candy canes, I would have loved to make a white chocolate fudge with candy canes running through then but I am struggling to find any now!

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