White Chocolate and Strawberry Slow Cooker Fudge

July 15, 2020
White chooolate and strawberry slow cooker fudge

We thought it about time to share a white chocolate fudge recipe instead of the milk and dark chocolate recipes like our most recent ones of chocolate honeycomb fudge and chocolate orange fudge. With several white chocolate fans in our house we came up with this delicious white chocolate strawberry slow cooker fudge. This fudge is more of a summertime fudge as it reminds me of strawberries and cream. That said it would be a perfect gift anytime of the year especially Valentine’s Day.

This fudge takes more chocolate to get to the right solid yet crumbly fudge like consistency than most of the chocolate fudge recipes we have made previously on my blog. The vanilla extract also compliments the flavours making this one of my all time favourite slow cooker fudge recipes that we have made so far.

As for the strawberries, we used freeze dried strawberries. We invested in a large packet from Amazon so we can have the excuse to make more batches with it.

This recipe calls for a lot more chocolate than our other fudge recipes, it just tasted better and had an improved consistency with the extra chocolate added in. This helped overpower for the better the condensed milk flavour.

A helpful tip is to not panic if the fudge mixture starts to turn a caramel colour around the sides of the crockpot, just make sure you keep up the stirring.

White Chocolate and Strawberry Slow Cooker Fudge Recipe

White Chocolate and Strawberry Fudge made in the slow cooker
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 2 hrs
Total Time 2 hrs 10 mins
Course Dessert, fudge, treats
Servings 16 Servings


  • 1 tin 395g Sweet condensed milk
  • 1 knob Butter
  • 600 grams White Chocolate
  • 1/2 cup Freeze Dried Strawberries as little or as much as desired
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract


  • Put all the ingrediants into the slow cooker / crockpot apart from the freeze dried strawberries.
  • Cook on a low setting for 2 to 2 1/2 hours until a thick consistency. We find the cooking process works best by placing the lid on for 1/2 an hour for it to reach a warm temperature
  • Then take the lid off the slow cooker and cook with the lid off for the remaining time. It is important that you stir the fudge every 10-15 minutes.
  • At the end of cooking you can choose to stir some freeze dried strawberry flakes into the fudge mixture if you desire. We like to add some to the fudge mixture and keep some aside to decorate the top.
  • Line an 8inch square tin with baking parchment paper. Alternatively you can use ice cube silicone moulds. Pop the fudge mixture into the tin or moulds and leave to cool for 5 ish minutes in the fridge.
  • Then sprinkle on the remaining freeze dried strawberries on top of the fudge. Place into the fridge for at least 2 hours to cool and set.
  • Once set cut into pieces and enjoy!
Keyword crock pot fudge, fudge recipe, slow cooker fudge

I wold love to hear how you got along making White Chocolate and Strawberry slow cooker fudge and do let us know if this is now a firm favourite in your house like it is ours!

Slow cooker  fudge recipe of white chocolate and strawberries

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