Fudge – Terrys Chocolate Orange in Slow cooker

Terrys Chocolate Orange Fudge .. in the slowcooker

Contributed by DC


  • 1 tin condensed milk
  • 3 Terry’s Chocolate Oranges
  • Dash of vanilla essence
  • Chilli’s to taste


  1. Tap ’em to unwrap ’em – the chocolate oranges – and put in the slow cooker
  2. Add the condensed milk
  3. Add a dash of vanilla essence – I like it so used a teaspoon
  4. De-seed and finely dice your chilli’s, and add to the pot. I found about 3 birds eye ones worked for me, but be careful !
  5. Cook with the lid off on low for about 90 minutes, stirring every 15 or so and make sure none sticks to bottom and sides. The texture does change, but it needs to pour
  6. Turn off heat and remove pot from slow cooker
  7. Line a large flat baking tray with greaseproof paper (no need to oil)
  8. As soon as the pot is cool enough to safely lift, tip the mix into the baking tray (scrape the sides and bottom) and smooth it off.
  9. Lick the spoon, you deserve it
  10. Leave too cool, when completely cold place in fridge and leave overnight. It can be eaten before, but tastes better if left overnight
  11. Remove from tray and put on cutting board (you can leave greaseproof paper on for now, it helps moving)
  12. Using a straight edge, mark and cut with a knife or pizza cutter into squares/rectangles whatever size you want. Store in an airproof container in the fridge.

I like it when there’s just a bit of chilli burn while you’re eating it, then it comes through just after 🙂

I’ve also tried adding good quality dark chocolate to the mix (same weight as the oranges) and another can of condensed milk, that works well too. Let us know your variation !






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