3-Ingredient Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge


3-Ingredient Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge


3-Ingredient Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge
3-Ingredient Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge

This 3-Ingredient Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge will show you how to make healthy homemade fudge in your slow cooker. Making slow cooker chocolate fudge has never been simpler or more delicious than this! This slow cooker chocolate candy recipe only calls for honey, coconut milk, dark chocolate chips, and your slow cooker. This fudge recipe has less sugar content than regular fudge recipes and tastes just as decadent. Now you can make your fudge and eat it too -- without any added guilt. This homemade fudge is so easy to make to use for holiday gifts and it is just as wonderful to serve as a sweet treat to finish off a fabulous meal. Don't wait too long to try out this chocolate wonder. 

Slow Cooker Time LOW2 hr

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This looks like it turns out so good, but how is the texture? Is the fudge grainy, or is it smooth like it is supposed to be? I love that you do not add sugar to the recipe, and that it is a much healthier dessert option for people like me that have diabetes. Great idea, but I never would have believed fudge from the crock pot.

I have never attempted to make fudge in my slow cooker. But with just three ingredients to put together, I think this would be worth a try. I see that it uses healthy ingredients, which I appreciate. These are not the usual ingredients in fudge, but other posters have said it tastes amazing. I like to make fudge for the holidays to give as gifts. I will give this a try for sure!

Think delicious, think easy, think your new fudge recipe. This is an amazing recipe. It tastes like the kind of fudge you get from high end retailers. I have a dairy allergy, so I was able to change things up a bit and make it my own. People could not tell the difference. It was eaten up very quickly. Watch your slow cooker though, some run hotter than others and it can burn. Nothing tastes worse than burnt chocolate.

This looks amazing. I have not tried making it yet but the ingredients are so much healthier than traditional fudge with all the sugar. To the previous poster, how long did you leave it in the crockpot? I wonder if different size crockpots require longer cooking times? Or will that cause it to scorch?

It didn't harden. Runny mess that is nothing like the photo.


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