This slow cooker pumpkin spiced fudge recipe is a perfect treat with a warm drink over autumn or after dinner treat. If you follow me then you will know we are big fans of slow cooker fudge. One because it is so simple to make and two because making fudge reminds us of our Devon summer holiday adventures and where our love of fudge began.
This slow cooker pumpkin spiced fudge recipe came about after seeing pumpkin spiced lattes appear back in coffee shops. I do have a disclaimer that this fudge isn’t made using actual pumpkins as that would make for a strange texture! It is made using spices that make up pumpkin desserts and treats. Here in the UK, pumpkin spice already made up isn’t easy to come by, so we have made our own spice combination, for it to be pumpkin spiced and do feel free to tweak the spice levels depending on personal taste.
There are a few tips to remember when working with this fudge. It is a lot of white chocolate in grams. You can reduce the amount of chocolate if you want which gives it a more toffee texture but for a thick fudge consistency 600g is needed.
The best way to cook it, is with the lid in the slow cooker/crockpot for 30 minutes and then lift the lid off for the remaining time.
It is best to keep stirring this fudge every 10-15 minutes as white choclate can catch the sides of the slow cooker and brown a little. If this happens and you get a few caramel coloured lumps, just stir it as much as possible to break the brown grains down and the taste won’t be too affected.
You can top this however you wish. Think halloween sprinkles, orange smarties whatever you fancy. Just remember to cool for 5 fish minutes before placing topping on and then placing straight away into the fridge so the topping doesn’t melt too much. I do think that this fudge is really nice just plain on its own and with a cup of tea or coffee.
I would love to here from you if you make this recipe and for more fudge recipes do check out our other simple slow cooker fudge recipes below.
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