Slow Cooker White Chocolate and Cherry Fudge

White Chocolate Fudge

After the success of my slow cooker chocolate fudge recipe, I thought I would mix it up a bit and try a different variation.  This white chocolate and cherry version is just as simple, and just as delicious.  It is also a great gift idea for someone special!

Slow Cooker White Chocolate Fudge

My other half loves fudge. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I thought I would set about making him some white chocolate and cherry fudge, based on my slow cooker fudge recipe.  I was really pleased with how it turned out, and it tasted delicious!

Fudge always looks so pretty, and can be easily dressed up in a little bag tied with ribbon.  It makes a great gift at any time of the year and would be ideal as a wedding favors.  So this Valentine’s Day, I’m giving James some homemade with love fudge.  If you’d like to give it a go here’s how I did it.


  • 400g white chocolate broken up into squares
  • 1 397g can of Carnation condensed milk
  • 150g dried Cherries


  1.  Put the chocolate squares into a slow cooker. Leave it on high with the lid off until the chocolate has melted (about 20 minutes)
  2. Add the can of condensed milk
  3. Put the slow cooker on a low heat, and leave the lid off
  4. Stir every 15 minutes (I set a timer on my phone as a reminder) for 1 3/4 hours.
  5. When it is done you need to give it a really good stir. Add the cherries (you could add different dried fruit if you wish), and stir again.
  6. Poor into a tray lined with grease proof paper, and pop into the fridge to cool completely.
  7. After a few hours the fudge is ready to cut into chunks, and enjoy!

You can eat it just as it is, or just pop a few squares of fudge in a small cellophane bag, tie with a piece of ribbon, and give it to someone special in your life!


White Chocolate Fudge


Happy Valentine’s Day!


Kerry x


NB. I am a home cook, and have had no formal training in preparing food. So these are just recipes that I use at home for the family. Whilst I have taken time to try and be as accurate as possible, some of the quantities are approximate.  I am always keen to learn, so if you think the recipe can be improved upon please take the time to comment below. I also love seeing your versions.

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