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A warm peanut butter fudge cake that you simply scoop out of your slow cooker after 1 1/2 hours. Serve with vanilla ice cream!

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IngredientsServes: 8

  • 200g plain flour
  • 100g soft brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 250g chunky peanut butter
  • 175g soured cream
  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 2 tablespoons boiling water
  • 175g dark chocolate chips
  • 150g caster sugar
  • 6 tablespoons (30 g) cocoa powder
  • 180ml whole milk, warmed
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:1hr45min ›Ready in:2hr

  1. Whisk together flour, brown sugar, baking powder, bicarbonate of soda and salt in a bowl. Whisk together peanut butter, soured cream, butter and boiling water in a large bowl (mixture will be very thick). Stir flour mixture into peanut butter mixture until fully combined, then stir in chocolate chips.
  2. Generously grease the ceramic dish of your slow cooker; pour in cake mixture.
  3. Whisk together caster sugar, cocoa powder, milk and vanilla in a small bowl until smooth. Pour over cake mixture in slow cooker.
  4. Cover and cook on High until sides of cake begin to pull away from sides of ceramic bowl and appear solid (the centre will still be soft), about 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

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by Nancy

Super Rich. Lots of vanilla ice cream is a must to balance the richness. Easy to make and yummy! I think I'd make it with creamy peanut butter next time. Cooked for right about 1 1/2 hours.-14 Feb 2019

by Deborah Lehman

“Fudge cake” is an appropriate name for this recipe as it gets cakey around the sides and fudgey in the middle, which I loved! Amazing with ice cream!-02 Jan 2018

Crockpot Peanut Butter Lava Cake

Making a Crockpot peanut butter lava cake is easy and delicious. This indulgent treat is the perfect dessert!

One of the best things about the Crockpot is how versatile it is! You can make everything from appetizers to desserts with this one handy kitchen appliance.

Today we&rsquore making an incredible chocolate peanut butter lava cake in the slow cooker. It&rsquos super indulgent and thanks to the Crockpot it stays very moist!

This lava cake is layered and has a melty center of peanut butter that anyone will flip for. You can&rsquot beat this classic chocolate peanut butter combo.

Reese’s Slow Cooker Fudge

You may be wondering why anyone would make fudge in a slow cooker. After all, it’s an easy enough treat to make on the stove or in the microwave. I actually wondered the same thing but wanted to see what the hype was all about. Well, I will now ONLY make fudge in my slow cooker. Maybe it is the temp that the ingredients melt at or just some slow cooker magic, but the final result is the yummiest fudge ever with a consistency you juts can’t get from the microwave. Try it out and let me know what you think. Feel free to add whatever mix-ins you like. It’s hard to beat Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups though.

Reese’s Slow Cooker Fudge

1 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk

3 cups milk chocolate chips (I had best results with Ghirardelli chips. )

1 bag Reese’s minis, the unwrapped kind (or just chop some larger ones)

Place first 3 ingredients in the slow cooker on low. Stir every 10 minutes to avoid burning and do NOT put the lid on. After 45 mins it should be all melted and thick. Turn off the heat. Stir in Reese’s. Pour into a 9吇 pan lined with nonstick foil and let chill in fridge a few hours-loosely covered. Cut into squares and enjoy! Keep wrapped in fridge.

  1. Turn your Slow Cooker on to high, break the chocolate into chunks and add it to the slow cooker with the whole tin of condensed milk and the butter
  2. Keep the lid off the Slow Cooker and stir it well every 10-15 minutes, making sure you scrap the edges and mix well.
  3. Once the chocolate is all melted and mixed well, about 1-1:15 hours add the peanut better and mix it all together again
  4. Once the peanut butter is combined well into the mixture you can pour the whole lot into a shallow dish or baking tin. I used a silicon cake mould to make it easier to remove afterwards.
  5. Top with the whole pack of chocolate chips, you may need to pat them down a little to make them sink into the fudge better. Then pop it in the fridge until it is well set. We found leaving it overnight gave the best results.
  6. Slice into chunks and enjoy!

TIP: if you plan to store it keep it in an airtight container and keep it in the fridge for it to stay fresh longer.

Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Chocolate Swirl Cake

I have a couple of huge peanut butter and chocolate fans around here (myself included) and this Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Chocolate Swirl Cake was a big hit with everyone!

It starts with a boxed yellow cake mix, which makes it a quick and easy recipe to throw together. I’ll take a good shortcut in the kitchen any time!

Add some peanut butter, chocolate syrup and miniature peanut butter cups and you have a warm, comforting cake that’s the perfect ending to almost any meal.

And making it in the slow cooker means it comes out moist and gooey, just like a cake should be. It also means it’s perfect served with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream!

While the recipe specifically suggests an oval slow cooker, I think you might be able to get away with a smaller, round slow cooker.

Don’t quote me on that though. But if you try it with good results, I’d love the hear about it. I also think you could easily sub chunky peanut butter for smooth, if that’s what you prefer.

Like I said, a big scoop of ice cream is a must. And I highly recommend an extra drizzle of chocolate syrup and a few peanut butter cups for garnish too.

This is the perfect dessert for a lazy weekend. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

I'll be the first to admit I've never tried this Christmastime staple. Now that I know I can cook Figgy Pudding right in my slow cooker, I might just have to try it. Make this recipe suitable for vegans by using non-dairy butter and your favorite milk substitute. I think coconut milk would taste amazing combined with figs.

With just two ingredients, you'll want to make this Slow Cooker Hot Cocoa all the time. For the richest flavor, you can certainly use whole milk. However, if you're watching calories or don't drink dairy, any milk should do in a pinch.


In a bowl, combine flour, 1/4 cup sugar, and baking powder. Add milk, oil, vanilla stir until smooth. Mix in peanut butter. Pour into Crock-Pot.

In the same mixing bowl, stir together the 1/2 cup sugar and cocoa powder. Gradually stir in boiling water. Pour mixture over batter in Crock-pot. Do not stir.

Cover and cook on High 2 to 3 hours or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream, hot fudge sauce and top with nuts.

Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge

There's something magical about baking with your grandma. The way she combines ingredients to create something incredibly delicious is pure genius, and this recipe for Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge is no exception. The fact that you can take just three basic ingredients and mix them together into a fabulous easy fudge recipe is amazing. This is one of those wonderful old-fashioned dessert recipes that we're so glad was passed down from generation to generation because it deserves to be made time and time again. it's that good!

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Any recipe that includes in the title magic and grandma, you know it has to be good. This fudge recipe calls for only three ingredients and so simple to make. Also the amount made is great for those of us with little will power. Having to share with the family, 24 pieces is just enough.

Peanut butter fudge sounds like a nice treat for children and adults alike! I've tasted chocolate fudge, ginger fudge and milk fudge but never peanut butter fudge so I'm looking forward to trying this recipe. Fudge making seems similar to soap making in terms of getting the ingredients to solidify together the right way. There's quite an art to it.

I love this recipe! Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge couldn't be any easier. 3 ingredients, milk, sugar, peanut butter in a pot with good arm strength for the stirring makes a great tasting fudge! I learned a long time ago to make sure your heat is on medium and stir, stir. The sugar will not be grainy if you use the right size pan to prevent moisture to build up on the side of the pan. I always put a lid on the pot for a minute to stop the sugar crystals that will form with the moisture. This could make it grainy. I hope this makes sense? Thank you so much for sharing this free candy recipe.

I don't know what I did wrong, but I did not have much luck with this recipe. I know some fudge is grainy, but this seemed more grainy than it should be. Weather makes a difference in how candy turns out. Maybe I need to try it again.

I really do love that I don't have to use a candy thermometer.

I can't get over how simple this recipe is. I love recipes which include peanut butter - it makes them just a little bit healthy. I'm thinking of making some and packing it in a jam jar with some pretty fabric over he lid and a personalised label. It will make a perfect Christmas gift for friends and colleagues at work.

Tried this recipe? What did you think?

Magic is right! This fudge is incredible.

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Jif Peanut Butter Cake Recipe

You can make this recipe with any brand of peanut butter. I&rsquove tried it with a variety of brands, including generic, and it always turns out.

However, since I made this one with low-sodium, natural creamy Jif, I wanted to mention it, since different types of peanut butter contain varying amounts of salt, oil, and sugar.


You only need a few ingredients to make this mug cake. In fact, you can make it with the first 3 ingredients on the list below, but I like to add the fourth for a little extra flavor.

I&rsquove only made this recipe with creamy peanut butter. However I think it would be good with a crunchy version. Since I like a lot of texture, I might try that next time.

For exact measurements of each ingredient and full directions, go to the recipe card at the bottom of the page. You can even print out the card by using the &ldquoprint&rdquo button.

How to Make Flourless Peanut Butter Cake Recipe in a Mug

This quick and easy recipe is perfect for those times when you want a quick dessert or a sweet treat. I make other mug cakes, and they&rsquore all good. But there&rsquos just something about peanut butter.

You don&rsquot need any pots or pans to make this recipe. All you need are a mug, a fork, and a microwave.

First, crack the egg directly into the mug. Using your fork, give it a good whisk to break the yolk and mix it with the egg white.

Secondly, scoop the peanut butter and sugar into the mug.

Stir it with the fork until the mixture is creamy.

If you decide to use vanilla extract, add it now. I eyeball it to get the amount I think it needs.

But it&rsquos okay if you pour a little more or a bit less. Your treat will turn out good no matter how much you use.

Next, remove your fork and stick the mug with the mixture in the microwave. Cook it on high for 1 minute.

Finally, remove it from the microwave and set it on the counter to rest. The heat in the mug helps it to continue cooking. Then it needs to cool a little bit, or you&rsquoll burn your tongue.

Now you can dig in. Or you can add some whipped cream or ice cream if you like toppings. This time, I put a little whipped cream on it, but I like it plain just as much.

What Type of Mug is Used for Mug Cake?

Since you cook this in the microwave, it&rsquos essential that you use a microwave-safe mug.

The ones I use are ceramic. You can also use Corelle mugs if you have them.

Never try to cook a mug cake in metal or plastic. The metal will cause sparks, while the plastic might melt from the intense heat from the cake.

This might sound intimidating, but it&rsquos really not. If you heat your coffee in the microwave, the mug you use for that is probably fine.

More Delicious Sweet Treats

Around our house, we enjoy a variety of sweets, especially homemade if the recipe isn&rsquot too difficult. So I&rsquove got a list of go-to desserts that I make when we want them.

I&rsquom really into cookies, so I&rsquove come up with a wonderful brownie pecan cookie recipe. I start with brownie mix and change the ingredients to make these deliciously crunchy cookies.

Another type of cookie we enjoy is a butterscotch pecan cookie. These are very sweet, and the flavor is out-of-this-world wonderful.

Since I mentioned that I&rsquom a peanut butter junkie, I have to share my flourless peanut butter cookie recipe. It&rsquos actually similar to this mug cake, but it&rsquos just different enough to make cookies.

Another delicious peanut butter treat is this peanut butter fudge. You&rsquoll love that it&rsquos quick and easy, and it only has 2 ingredients.

If you just want something sweet and yummy to munch on while watching TV or enjoying family game night, try these candied pecans. They&rsquore a quick and easy treat that you&rsquoll turn to often when you crave a sweet snack.

Slow cooker peanut butter chocolate fudge

I was about to save this post so I could give this a go until I saw your username and remembered you're the guy who drinks tea out of a Yorkshire pudding and now I don't know what to do

the guy who drinks tea out of a Yorkshire pudding

That actually sounds good to me. 2 cream 2 sugar 1 edible cup.

I too recognised the name for this reason.

Is there a reason you did not stir the peanut butter into the fudge while it is cooking? That or fold it in before it cools? Legit question, not trying to be critical.

Also interested in this question.

I'm assuming for style. Using it like a frosting.

500g of cheap milk chocolate with one tin of condensed milk into slow cooker. Left on high with lid off for a hour with occasional stirring.

Tipped into a square cake tin and topped with peanut butter, then chilled for a few hours.

Is it better with expensive milk chocolate? Or does cooking it not really matter what you use? Lol

You can also do this in a glass bowl in the microwave. It's been my go-to fudge recipe for years because I like fudge but am lazy as hell.

Looks delicious! I'll have to try it.

out of curiosity. why didn't you do this in a micro? It only takes about 4 minutes total to do?

I’m assuming you’re using a 3L cooker, so this is the quantity for that? (I have a 1.5L hence the question).

Does the condensed milk already contain sugar (meaning sweet condensed milk) or not?

I genuinely don't understand the point of doing this. Why spend an hours worth of electricity to melt chocolate when you can do the same thing in about 5 minutes in a microwave? Does the slow cooking add some quality that I'm missing? As far as I know, slow cooking isn't going to enhance your chocolate, and the condensed milk results are the same as with microwaving. Seems so impractical to me.


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