slow cooker mince pie fudge recipe

Christmas is all about festive food and there’s nothing more festive than a mince pie, so I decided to make this mince pie fudge recipe. It’s bursting with festive flavours, it’s super tasty and so moreish. If you’re looking to make a tasty festive recipe this slow cooker mince pie fudge is one to try and if you don’t have a slow cooker you can always do it in the air fryer!

I love my fudge recipes, they do really well when I take them into work and people are always saying how tasty they are and most of the time people think I stopped into a local bakery to pick them up, I’m not sure if that’s an insult or compliment but either way, I’m happy.

Festive Mince Pie Fudge Recipe

Looking to make a festive recipe that’s super easy to make and bursting with festive flavour? This slow cooker mince pie recipe is just the thing to make. It has four ingredients unless you’re making two chocolate variants and then a few more. It’s easy to make as long as you follow the simple steps and you’ll want to eat it all but I assure you, one chunk is more than enough. You can even cut these fudge pieces into strips if you want.

I’ve made this mince pie fudge for a few years now and can easily say it’s one of my favourite festive recipes and as it takes me hardly any time it means I don’t have to fuss in the kitchen and I don’t have to put the dishwasher on several times!

Slow Cooker Mince Pie Fudge Recipe

The slow cooker mince piece fudge recipe is really easy to make, you don’t need to stay with it and you can get on with your activities while checking on it now and again to give it a stir. It doesn’t matter what slow cooker you have as they all work the same although if you have a small slow cooker you may need to cut back on the ingredients a little.

If you’re a busy person or work from hom then this slow cooker mince pie fudge is the perfect method for you, just make sure you check on it regular so that it doesn’t burn. I find setting an egg timer really helps and they’re fun!

Air Fryer Mince Pie Fudge Recipe

You can also easily make this as an air fryer mince pie fudge recipe. The thing I will say about doing this recipe in the air fryer is that you will have to stay with it. It doesn’t take as long as in the slow cooker but you won’t be able to get on with other stuff as you’ll need to stir it every couple of minutes to ensure it doesn’t burn and that everything melts evenly.

The air fryer fudge recipe is great if you have a free half an hour and want to just make something quick. It also reduces the amount of washing up you’ll have. Both versions of the recipe leave you with minimal dirty dishes but this one gives you even less.

so are you thinking about making an air fryer mince pie fudge recipe or the slow cooker mince pie fudge recipe?

Festive Recipes

Do you love Christmas as much as I do? In our household, the decorations are up as soon as November starts and the festive recipes soon follow. If you’re looking for fun Christmas recipes to make like this Christmas slow cooker mince pie fudge recipe, you’re in luck. Take a look at these festive recipes I just love!

Christmas Gingerbread Doughnuts Recipe

Who doesn’t love doughnuts? These festive baked gingerbread doughnuts are just the thing to get everyone’s tastebuds firing. They’re filled with festive spices, decorated with easy and sprinkled with chocolate and cinnamon, what’s not to love? They’re easy to make and don’t forget to get a decent doughnut pan so you can make amazing doughnuts all year long!

Christmas Gingerbread Loaf Cake Recipe

Who doesn’t want to make a festive Christmas gingerbread loaf cake recipe ready for Christmas? This mouthwatering Christmas loaf is just the thing you want if you need to take something Christmas into work or just want to make a Christmas recipe for your friends and family. You’ll need to make sure you have a decent loaf tin or you can get a silicone loaf tin which makes it a lot easier to get the loaf out.

Christmas Gingerbread Traybake Recipe

This gingerbread Christmas traybake recipe is bound to have everyone asking for more. It’s super easy to make, tastes delicious and give it a springle of icing sugar and you’d be let off to thinking it snowed! Make sure you have a decent silicone cake tin to make it easier to bake.

Products I Use To Make Festive Mince Pie Fudge

If you’re looking to make this amazing slow cooker mince pie fudge recipe then you’re going to need some equipment to do so. The equipment I used it optimised to give me the best results with the least amount of hassle, which is why you’ll see me using silicone products more often. Silicone doesn’t rust and it’s a lot more robust to metal tins, it also makes any bakes easier to get out of the “tin”.

Take a look at the affiliate links below to see what equipment I used to make this stunning festive mince pie fudge recipe and make it yourself at home!

Slow Cooker Mince Pie Fudge Recipe

I really hope you make and love this easy mince pie fudge recipe. It really is one of my favourites and it combines the goodness of a mince pie and gives it an amazing chocolate taste. It’s a huge hit at work and it’s something different that people probably haven’t had before.

Let me know if you’ve made this mince pie fudge recipe and what you thought of it! You can also upload your creations to Instagram and tag me (@mattscafee) in them so I can see how amazing yours looks! Take a look at the recipe card below for all of the information you need to make this amazing mince pie slow cooker fudge recipe!

Mince pie slow cooker recipe

Mince Pie Slow Cooker Recipe

A super easy Christmas Fudge that you will love.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 30 minutes
IN THE FRIDGE 12 hours
Total Time 13 hours 40 minutes
Course Sweets
Cuisine British
Servings 30 Pieces


  • Slow Cooker
  • Silicone Mould
  • Silicone Spatula


  • 600 g Milk Chocolate
  • 1 tin Condensed Milk
  • 40 g Mince Meat
  • 2 tsp Mixed Spice


  • Start by melting your chocolate and condensed milk in a slow cooker until combined and smooth. Check every 15 minutes to stir.
  • Lightly mix the mince meat and mixed spice into the mixture.
  • Transfer into a square silicone baking tray and leave to chill in the fridge for 4-6 hours until firm.
  • Cut into any size chunks you want and enjoy.
Keyword Christmas, Slow Cooker, Sweet

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Easy Slow Cooker Mince PIe fudge recipe

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