Slow Cooker Toblerone Fudge Recipe
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Slow Cooker Toblerone Fudge Recipe

Fudge is amazing! I love making fudge and that can be shown throughout all of my recipes. If you’ve been following me for a while now you’ll know that slow cooker fudge is on of my favourite recipes to make. It’s super easy, you can get on with the housework as it all melts into one and it’s so tasty!

This slow cooker Toblerone fudge is one of my favourite recipes. It’s super easy to make and everyone is bound to love it. The recipe has very few ingredients and steps which means anyone can give it a go, although you will be using a hot slow cooker so don’t burn yourself.

Toblerone Slow Cooker Fudge

If you’re looking to make this Toblerone fudge I have a few tips for you. Always use a silicone baking square to put your fudge in once it’s ready. Using silicone means it’s super easy to get the fudge out when it’s set in the fridge. If you’re using a tin or baking parchment the fudge can get stuck and then it’s a big hassle to get out before you can even cut it up.

As the fudge mixture can be very hot I would advise preparing your Toblerone into chunks and keeping it in the fridge. When ready you can pour the mixture over the Toblerone and put it straight in the fridge so that the Toblerone doesn’t melt too much in the mixture.

If you’re on a budget I’d suggest twin peaks from Poundland. They’re pretty much the same thing and people are still going to love it either way.

Slow Cooker Fudge Recipes

Looking for some amazing fudge slow cooker recipes? You came to the right place. I have several fudge recipes that you’re bound to love. They are all super easy to make and everyone is bound to want a chunk! Take a look at the different fudge recipes below and let me know what you think.

Slow Cooker Oreo Fudge Recipe

If you’re a fan of Oreos you’re going to need to make this slow cooker Oreo fudge! The texture and taste of this fudge is sublime, it’s so moreish and I took it to work and it was gone in two hours and my team isn’t that big. It’s a bit more complicated than my other fudge recipes but it’s worth it.

Slow Cooker Mint Aero Fudge Recipe

Aero is one of my favourite chocolates. It’s difficult for companies to get the right balance and sometimes they end up making chocolate flavoured toothpaste, not nice. This mint Aero slow cooker fudge however it amazing, you get the right hint of mint in there and there’s no way you’ll only be able to have one piece! Enjoy.

Slow Cooker Salted Caramel Fudge Recipe

My partner loves salted caramel so you can imagine how this salted caramel slow cooker fudge recipe went down in our house. I’m surprised there was any left to take into work. Even though I’m not the biggest fan of salted caramel, I really enjoyed this fudge and I know if you like salted caramel, you’ll love this slow cooker salted caramel fudge recipe.

Equipment I Used To Make Toblerone Slow Cooker Fudge

So I need equipment to make this slow cooker Toblerone fudge recipe, if I could magically make recipes without needing anything at all, I’d be unstoppable. Take a look at some of the amazing equipment I used below and maybe buy yourself something new for the kitchen.

The equipment for this Toblerone fudge below are affiliate links. This means I earn a tiny, tiny commission from any sales made through my links and at no extra cost to you. In fact most of the times I’ll add items that are budget friendly and still work great. Save money wherever you can!

Slow Cooker Tolerone Fudge Dupes

Let’s talk about how expensive everything is getting these days, shall we? Everything has gone up in price and that’s why I like to swap ingredients I use for more cost-effective ones. This recipe can be changed up so that you can save more money and let me tell you how!

Get your condensed milk in Tesco, it’s cheaper than the “name brands”. Milk chocolate, get the cheaper bars, they still taste great and for a fraction of the price. All supermarkets in the UK will have these cheaper chocolate options.

Finally, the Toblerone. If you don’t want to re-mortgage your house to buy them, go to Poundland and get Twin Peaks. They are just like Toblerone and they even have various flavours that you can enjoy as well!

Making this Toblerone slow cooker fudge doesn’t have to be expensive but it can be fun, save money and enjoy!

Slow Cooker Toblerone Fudge

This slow cooker recipe is more than enough to make at least 40 chunks. If you have a family event or you want to take it into work for people to enjoy, you’ll have more than enough. You can also cut the chunks into slices to make it go even further but it’s so moreish I doubt it’ll last long in either form.

I’d love to know if you did anything different with this fudge recipe. I love seeing people take my recipes and switch them up a bit. Don’t forget to share a picture on Instagram @lousnews23 and tag me so I can see how amazing they look!

Have any other slow cooker fudge recipes you think I should make? Let me know in the comments. I’m always looking for festive slow cooker fudge recipes so if you have any ideas, let me know! Mince pie slow cooker fudge coming soon!

Slow Cooker Toblerone Fudge Recipe

Slow Cooker Toblerone Fudge Recipe

Experience the ultimate melt-in-your-mouth bliss! Dive into our tantalising Slow Cooker Toblerone Fudge recipe for a decadent treat bursting with rich chocolatey goodness.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Chill 8 hours
Total Time 9 hours 10 minutes
Course Sweets & Treats
Cuisine British
Servings 30 Pieces


  • Slow Cooker


  • 300 g Milk Chocolate
  • 200 g Toblerone
  • 1 Tin Condensed Milk


  • Turn the slow cooker on high.
  • Smash up all of the chocolate and add to the slow cooker, along with the condensed milk.
  • Stir the mixture every 10 minutes for an hour.
  • Pour the fully melted and combined mixture into a silicone mould.
  • Put in the fridge for at least 8 hours, ideally overnight.
  • Remove the fudge from the fridge and from the silicone mould.
  • Cut into 30 pieces and enjoy.
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