Who doesn’t love fudge? I am a lover of fudge recipes and biscoff recipes. Biscoff is one of them flavours that you can do pretty much anything with and this fudge just proves that. Who doesn’t love a Biscoff recipe, if you want to make Biscoff Fudge, you came to the right place!
I will point out that you have to love biscoff to enjoy this recipe, it’s very eavy on the biscoff so if you’re not the biggest fan, have a tiny piece of biscoff fudge.
Best Biscoff Fudge Reipce
If you’re looking for the best biscoff fudge recipe, this is it. That being said, I’m biased so I could be wrong but the only way you’ll know for sure is if you make this recipe and let me know how it turns out for you.
This recipe can be made three different ways. You can make it in the air fryer which takes less time although you will need to be more attentive and stir it more regularly. You can make this recipe on the hob but that takes a lot of attention and it’s my least favourite way or you can make it into a slow cooker biscoff fudge recipe which is my favourite method as it needs the least amount of attention but it does take the longest.
Slow Cooker Biscoff Fudge Recipe
If you’re looking for how to make Biscoff fudge in slow cooker mode, you’ve come to the right place. I love using the slow cooker to make my fudge recipes. It might take longer but it’s the recipe that required the least amount of attention so that I can get on with other things while I make it.
I’ve head people talk about silicone inserts for the slow cooker, they’re great in theory but they don’t always fit the slow cooker well and can actually make your fudge to take longer to bake. They’re great if you want to save on washing up but personally I do not like them.
How To Make Biscoff Fudge In Slow Cooker
Thankfully the Biscoff fudge in the slow cooker requires the least amount of attention. You have to stir it every 15 minutes to ensure the mixture is melting and mixed well but other than that you just have to pour it into the silicone mould and transfer it into the fridge.
Make sure you use protection for your hands when you make this slow cooker biscoff fudge, you don’t want to burn yourself when holding the slow cooker; which I have done many times so I speak from experience.
I would also suggest using a silicone spatula to mix the mixture in the slow cooker, the mixture is less likely to stick to the silicone spatula and any mixture can easily be removed from it, unlike when you use a wooden spoon.
Slow Cooker Fudge Recipes
If you love slow cooker fudge recipes, I have some amazing fudge recipes for you to try out. They’re simple, easy to make and don’t require a huge amount of attention to make them. The plus side, everyone will think you brought it because it tastes so good.
Take a look at some of the fudge recipes made in the slow cooker below and let me know what you think. I think the creme egg slow cooker fudge recipe has to be my favourite so far and I can’t wait to make it every easter.
Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge Recipe
If you love easter and fudge then you’re going to love this easter fudge recipe. This slow cooker easter fudge recipe is to die for, I make it every year and everyone loves it. You can change it up so you chop up creme eggs and add them into the mixture or you can add the creme eggs like the picture shows. Enjoy!
Slow Cooker Oreo Fudge Recipe
This recipe went down a storm at work. It was gone before lunch time and people were complimenting it for the rest of the day. If you want to make a fudge that both looks amazing and tastes devine, this is the fudge you have to make.
Easy Lemon Drizzle Gin Fudge Recipe
This slow cooker fudge recipe is more for the adults who love gin and fudge. This lemon drizzle fudge is superb, easy to make and tastes amazing. It’s perfect for dinner parties, BBQ’s and just enjoying a naughty treat at the end of the night!
I love cooking with Biscoff, it’s one of my favourite things to bake with and I can’t get enough of it. I’m always on the look out for new Biscoff recipes so if you have any in mind that I can make, let me know in the comments. I always have a spare jar or three in the cupboard!
If you’re looking to know a little more about Biscoff, take a look at the information I have for you below.
Are Biscoff Vegan?
Yes, Biscoff is vegan. The original Lotus Biscoff biscuits and the Biscoff cookie butter are both vegan. They are free from eggs, milk, and animal by-products.
However, it’s always important to check the ingredients on the packaging before buying, this is my rule for any product as you never know when they’ll change ingredients. If you’re buying dupe Biscoff, this may not be vegan so you’ll have to pay up for the “official” brand.
Are Biscoff Gluten-Free?
No, Biscoff is not gluten-free. The original Lotus Biscoff biscuits and the Biscoff cookie butter both contain wheat flour, which is a gluten-containing grain.
However, some Biscoff dupes are in fact Gluten-Free so check them out from retailers such as Aldi who sell biscuit spread which tastes the same as Biscoff.
Other Biscoff Recipes
If you’re looking to make some amazing Biscoff recipes, I have some you’ll be wanting to sink your teeth into. These recipes are super simple, easy to make and if I can make them anyone can! Take a look at the Biscoff recipes below that I know you’ll enjoy.
Easy Lotus Biscoff Cake Recipe
Fancy making a Biscoff cake with only three ingredients that’s super simple and tastes delicious? This is the one you need. It’s not overpowering despite the amount of Biscoff involved, it’s easy to make and everyone is bound to love it! Take a look at the Biscoff cake recipe and let me know how it goes.
Super yum alert. These cookies went down a storm at work and people couldn’t get enough. I saw the office fittie have three over the course of two hours so you know they’re good!
Rice Krispie squares with a twist! Take a look at these Biscoff krispie squares if you’re looking to make something so easy a child could do it and something so tasty that the kids will be begging for more snacks and they’ll know exactly what they want!
Homemade Biscoff Fudge Recipe
This fudge looks so amazing nobody is going to believe you made it yourself. I am terribly at making my bakes look “pretty” but I feel like I’ve outdone myself with this one. It was so easy to decorate and considering the feedback, I think I did a great job!
Anyone can make this slow cooker Biscoff fudge recipe at home, you just need to make sure you have the time, patience and equipment to make it a success. A tip I have, don’t east all the biscuits, you’ll need them!
Equipment To Make Slow Cooker Biscoff Fudge
So of course you’ll need some decent equipment to make this Biscoff slow cooker fudge recipe. One of them being a decent slow cooker. That being said you don’t need to worry about the size or shape of your slow cooker because most I’ve seen are good enough to make this fudge recipe.
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Biscoff Fudge Recipe UK
I would love to know if you’ve made this Biscoff slow cooker fudge recipe and what you thought of it. Did you stick to the recipe or did you try anything different? Let me know in the comments.
The recipe below is big enough to feed everyone, if you’re a little worried I’d suggest cutting the squares smaller, into rectangles. Rectangles help the fudge go further and regulate how much people are eating, especially if they’re children because we all know they’ll never stop eating!
Slow Cooker Biscoff Fudge Recipe
- Silicone Tray / Mould
- Silicone Spatula
- 395 g Condensed Milk One Tin
- 500 g White Chocolate
- 125 g Biscoff Spread
- 125 g Biscoff Biscuits Crushed
- Use a 9″x9″ silicone square (brownie) tray.
- Place the chopped chocolate and all of the condensed milk into a sturdy, heavy-based pan.
- Gently melt over low heat, stirring frequently to prevent the chocolate from sticking and ensuring the ingredients blend smoothly.
- Take the pan off the heat and gently stir in the Biscoff spread just until combined. Avoid over-mixing the mixture.
- Fold in the chopped biscuits, then pour the mixture into the tray, smoothing it out. Refrigerate or freeze for 3-4 hours to set or leave overnight for a firmer consistency.
- After it's set, take it out of the tray and slice it into squares… Enjoy the deliciousness!
Thank you for taking the time to take a look at and hopefully make this biscoff fudge and I really hope you enjoyed it. Don’t forget to share it with your friends and family so that they can also enjoy it. It’s an amazing treat to sink your teeth into ad I hope you love it.
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