I love easter, I love making an easter recipe and I love this slow cooker creme egg fudge recipe! this slow cooker fudge is one of my all time favourite recipes to make and I can’t get enough of it. If you like making fudge in the slow cooker, this is a recipe you MUST try at easter. I know some people don’t like creme eggs but I think that’s just silly in my opinion.
This creme egg fudge recipe is a crowd pleaser, I’ve taken it to work, got my friends and family to try it and everyone loves it. Even my partner who isn’t the biggest fan of creme eggs loves it. You might see the pictures say FreeFromSquad, don’t worry I haven’t stolen the recipe. The website was my own but I’ve now moved the recipes to this website so people can find it easier and my readers can enjoy it!
Cadbury Creme Egg Fudge Recipe
If you’re wanting to make this Cadbury creme egg fudge you’re going to need to buy Cadbury creme eggs of course. However, you don’t need to buy name brand products for all of it. Cheap chocolate in Aldi works just as fine and I always end up using Tesco condensed milk because it’s cheaper and I find it’s actually nicer than the name brands. You can buy the expensive ingredients if you want, it’s just not needed and I like to make my bakes on a budget.
I use quite a few creme eggs in my recipe, I want to make sure every slice has a bit of creme egg with it because that’s the main star of the recipe after all. This creme egg fudge recipe UK is in my opinion a very British recipe. I know some people in the States who don’t get creme eggs everywhere like we do in the UK, although they do have other chocolates and candies that I would kill to get my hands on sometimes.
Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge Recipe
Making fudge in the slow cooker is very time consuming but it’s also very easy to do and the results are rather tasty. If you love using your slow cooker all the time, this is a perfect slow cooker recipe for you. Slow cooker fudge is something I’ve been making for many years and I don’t see myself stopping anytime soon that’s for sure.
If there are any slow cooker fudge recipes that you love, let me know and maybe I can give them a go, I mean who doesn’t love fudge? So if you’re thinking about making a fudge recipe that happens to be easter related this year, make this slow cooker Cadbury creme egg fudge recipe. I have loads of fudge recipes so make sure you check them out as well!
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You’ll find the slow cooker creme egg fudge recipe below, it makes between 25-30 chunks depending on how big you cut them. If you’re looking to be a little healthier this easter then just cut the chunks a little smaller. If you make this creme egg fudge I would advise taking it to work or having some people to share it with, you don’t want to end up sitting there and eating the lot!
Let me know what you think about this Cadbury creme egg recipe and if you liked it. Maybe you did something different with it? I’d love to know so leave me a comment and maybe I’ll have to try it next time. I’ve heard people put a little mint extract into this recipe but I always get worried about using mint, I don’t want something to taste like toothpaste!
Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge Recipe
- Slow Cooker
- Silicone Spatula
- Silicone Mould
- 400 g Milk Chocolate
- 397 g Condensed Milk 1 Tin
- 250 g Icing Sugar
- 6 Cadbury Creme Eggs
- Break the chocolate into smaller pieces, add this with the condensed milk into the slow cooker. Cook on low for 1 hour, stiring every 10 minutes.
- Once combined, sift the icing sugar and mix into the fudge mixture until all is gone.
- Add the mixture to a silicone baking tray and then place the eggs however you want them. I cut mine in half and place them in with the middle facing out.
- Put the fudge in the fridge to set for 8 hours, preferably overnight. Cut the fudge into 25 – 30 pieces and then enjoy.
|Condensed Milk||397 g||1304||kcal||£1.00|
|Milk Chocolate||500 g||2675||kcal||£1.50|
|Icing Sugar||250 g||1002||kcal||£0.42|
|Cadburys Creme Eggs||6||1062||kcal||£3.00|
If you liked this Cadbury creme egg fudge recipe as much as I did, let me know in the comments. You can also share this slow cooker creme egg fudge recipe with your friends and family! Who knows, maybe they’ll make it and share it with you, it’s worth a try!