Crock Pot Chocolate Fudge

A basic chocolate fudge recipe can easily be made in the crock pot! Doubling the recipe makes plenty for parties and family gatherings. Or wrap them up for a sweet homemade gift! Each batch makes about 30 pieces.. more if you cut them smaller or spread it thinner.

– 1 (24oz) bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
– 1 (140z) can sweetened condensed milk
– 1 Tablespoon salted butter
– 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
– Cooking spray (Pam)
– Parchment paper

Want different flavors? Use milk chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, or white chocolate chips instead of semi-sweet. OR when you pour your fudge into the pan, first add a layer of candy or cookies (I’m thinking a layer of oreo cookies with fudge on top! Yum!) Lots of different ways to add to this recipe!

1. Spray bottom and sides of crock pot well with cooking spray.
2. Add all ingredients.
3. Cook on high for 30 minutes or low for 1 hour. You will need to mix every 15 minutes especially if your crock pot cooks hot like mine. You don’t want the chocolate to burn. Keep an eye on the edges.
4. Line an 8×8 pan with parchment paper and spread mixture. Let chill in fridge for a couple hours before you cut it up into squares!



  1. says

    Sounds great! I always put off making fudge on top of the stop because it's such a pain. Your crock pot recipe will be perfect for me. I'll have to set my timer on the stove for 15-minutes so I don't forget to stir. THANK YOU so much for sharing this recipe with us. Also a HUGE THANK YOU for all the great crochet patterns you share. You are a very generous and kind person and I truly appreciate all the time, work, dedication and talent that you put into your blog to share with others. I've been following for some time now but am not good at posting comments. I thought it was about time to let you know how much I appreciate you!

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      This time and the last, I am having trouble getting the last bit of chocolate to melt. Any suggestions. It has been 60mins in my crockpot with constant stirring. The unmelted choc is about the size of the pearl on a pearl headed pin!

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