White Chocolate Slow Cooker Fudge For Easter

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

White Chocolate Slow Cooker Fudge For Easter

After the success of my slow cooker fudge at Christmas, I decided I would try and make an Easter version. As my preferred Easter treat is a MaltEaster bunny, I decided to opt for a white chocolate fudge this time.

As much as I would like to eat a massive block of fudge with a whole bunny on, I decided that my calorie intake would be huge so I opted to cut the rabbits in half so that you would get either a bunny butt or head on. I also smashed up some Cadbury's mini eggs mainly to add some colour. I felt that having whole eggs would be a bit too hard so crushed them.

White Chocolate Slow Cooker Fudge

  • 200g condensed milk
  • 375g of white cooking chocolate
  • 25g butter
  • a few grinds of vanilla or drops of vanilla essence

To decorate:

  • 1-2 packets of MaltEaster Bunnies Minis cut in half
  • Cadbury's mini eggs, smashed up
  1. Turn your slow cooker onto low.
  2. Break up the chocolate and place it in the slow cooker with the butter, condensed milk and flavouring.
  3. Stir every 15 mins with a silicon spatula for 2 hours.
  4. Line a 7in square cake tin with grease proof paper.
  5. Pour in the fudge mixture.
  6. Add the MaltEaster bunnies and mini eggs.
  7. Allow to cool and harden, before cutting into small chunks.
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Personally, I like the slow cooker method for making fudge as it means I can do other things whilst cooking. Nothing exciting - just washing up and cleaning. However, when I was writing up I saw that the lovely Grace at Eats Amazing has a similar Easter fudge recipe, but uses a microwave instead. Worth a try if you fancy fudge but are short on time.

Need some more Easter recipe ideas? How about these Malteaser flavoured MaltEaster Cupcakes?

Malteaser Cupcakes

Or a Bunny Butt Cake using a Tunnocks Tea cake and mini eggs to decorate.

Bunny Butt cake

Or some fried egg cookies?

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