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Slow cooker fudge is something I’ve been making forever, so it would stand to reason that I’d be making some slow cooker fudge recipes wouldn’t it? I wanted to try something different from your classic gin and tonic fudge recipe and give it a little flavour! That’s why I made this peach gin fudge recipe, well, a peach gin slow cooker fudge recipe to be exact.
I’ve tried making fudge in the microwave before but something always goes wrong, if I make it on the stove I end up burning myself. That’s why I’m left with the slow cooker fudge recipe as my last resort. It might take a little longer to make the fudge but it’s well worth it and I’ve never made a bad batch of fudge slow cooker style!
I love this gin fudge recipe and I hope everyone else does as well. It’s super easy to make and it’s a total crowd pleaser, I’ve never heard anything bad about this slow cooker gin fudge recipe!
Peach Gin Fudge Recipe Information
I’ve seen loads of peach gin fudge recipes out there that only use 200g of icing sugar, nope! If you only use 200g of icing sugar the fudge will be too soft, it won’t taste as nice and it will stick to everything. You don’t want to be peeling fudge off your hands instead of eating it all and enjoying it.
This recipe can be done in the microwave, but I wouldn’t say I like using the microwave and I like my slow cooker fudge. Yes, the slow cooker gin fudge does take longer to make but it’s totally worth it. In fact, by making this fudge in the slow cooker, it means you can get on with other things while you’re stirring the mixture every 10 minutes.
So this is obviously a slow cooker gin fudge recipe but you can make all sorts of fudge in the slow cooker. One of my favourite slow cooker fudge recipes has to be this Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge Recipe. I love using mint in recipes, maybe there’s a mint gin out there that I can try; if you know of one let me know in the comments!
One of my biggest tips when making this peach gin fudge recipe is to get a silicone spatula because they work so much better than a wooden spoon and the mixture is much easier to get off. It will save you tons of time and they wash better and don’t crack or lose shape over time as a wooden spoon does.
Peach Gin Fudge Recipe Kitchen Equipment!
So of course I use various bits of kitchen equipment when I make my recipes. This recipe has some equipment that you won’t need for everything else, like the slow cooker for example. That being said, if you’re making slow cooker gin fudge recipes all the time, a silicone spatula is something you’ll want to invest in, well they work with any slow cooker fudge so it’s worth it.
I want to point out that some people call this a crock pot fudge. A crock pot fudge recipe is the same as a slow cooker fudge recipe, they’re the same piece of equipment just called different things depending on where you live in the world. So it doesn’t matter if you’re making a crock pot gin fudge recipe or a slow cooker gin fudge recipe, you’re going to get great fudge either way.
Gin Fudge Recipe Card
So you’ll find the peach gin fudge recipe card below. It’ll have everything you need to make the best gin fudge known to humankind. Out of all the gin recipes I’ve done so far this gin fudge has to be one of the best. I love how simple it is to make as well and there’s really no faffing about in the kitchen. Using the slow cooker also cuts down on washing up. I am going to attempt air fryer fudge soon though so keep an eye out for that, I can’t wait!
Take a look at the easy to follow recipe card below. You’ll see you hardly need anything! Take some in to work for people to enjoy, they’ll love you for it. I will say if you’re taking gin and tonic fudge into work, maybe let people know there’s gin in it before you dish it out. Don’t want people getting a little tipsy and you in trouble!
Slow Cooker Peach Gin Fudge Recipe
- Slow Cooker
- Silicone Square Cake Tin
- 400 g White Chocolate
- 397 g Condensed Milk One Tin
- 250 g Icing Sugar
- 40 ml Gordon's White Peach Gin
- Orange Food Colouring Gel
- Break the white chocolate up and place into the slow cooker, along with the condensed milk.
- Cook in the slow cooker for 1 hour, stirring every 10 minutes
- Once everything is melted and mixed well, add the Gordon's White Peach Gin and give it a really good stir until everything is mixed together.
- Now add some of the icing sugar, and mix until it is all combined. Repeat this until all of the icing sugar has been added to the fudge.
- Pour the mixture into the silicone cake tin.
- Add blobs of the orange food colouring gel in random spots on top of the gin. Using the skewer, swirl the food colouring gel around to make a ripple effect. Don't over swirl it.
- Leave in the fridge for 8 hours minimum. If you can leave it overnight, even better.
- Once the fudge has gone hard, remove the fudge from the mould. Cut into 30 cubes using a sharp knife. Then enjoy!
|Condensed Milk||397 g||1304||kcal||£1.00|
|White Chocolate||500 g||2765||kcal||£1.80|
|Icing Sugar||250 g||1002||kcal||£0.42|
|Gordon’s White Peach Gin||40 ml||90||kcal||£1.16|
If you loved this gin fudge recipe as much as I did, don’t forget to share it with your friends and family so they can enjoy it as well. I mean who wouldn’t want to make slow cooker gin fudge, it’s yummy and a little naughty with gin added in there.
If you want to show the whole world just what you can do, add this recipe to your Pinterest using the gin fudge recipe Pinterest picture below. Let the whole world know you can bake amazing treats, they might be jealous or thankful that they’ve found the recipe thanks to you!