Cookies and Cream Oreo Fudge – a three-ingredient fudge that will have everyone asking for seconds! You need to make it for the holidays!
COOKIES AND CREAM OREO FUDGE
If there is one homemade candy that everyone thinks about around the holidays, it’s fudge. It’s crazy easy to make at home and the variations are unlimited. Crushed Oreos mixed with melted white chocolate – now that sounds like and easy and addicting treat!
Usually, this time of year I make a lot of Oreo truffles. Again, a super easy treat. I knew this fudge would be a great addition to all of the holiday sweets I will be making. This Oreo Fudge will be joining my Peanut Butter Fudge and Reese’s Cups Fudge on the candy platter!
HOW TO MAKE OREO FUDGE?
This fudge is as easy as they come. All you need to do is crush the Oreos, melt chocolate with condensed milk and stir it all together. Then just pour into a pan and let it set. Cut and serve or pack and gift it.
MORE FUDGE RECIPES:
COOKIES AND CREAM OREO FUDGE RECIPE:
- 18 oz white chocolate chips or candy coating melts
- 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 2 and 1/2 cup coarsely crushed Oreos
- Line an 8" square (for thicker fudgor 13"x 9" pan (for thinner fudgwith parchment paper.
- Place Oreo cookies in a ziploc bag and crush with a rolling pin, or chop them on a cutting board.
- Prepare a double boiler, by placing a pot with water on a stove and bring it to a simmer; then place a big bowl (I use a metal stand mixer bowover the pot. (You can use a microwave safe bowl and melt the ingredients in the microwave).
- Place the chocolate and milk in the bowl and melt, stirring often.
- Remove the bowl from the pot.
- Add crushed Oreo cookies and stir gently.
- Pour the fudge into the prepared pan. Spread evenly. Tap the pan against the counter to release any air bubbles.
- Let the fudge set. You can cool it to a room temperature and then place it in the fridge. It should be set in about 45 minutes.
- Cut into squares and place in an air tight container to store.
The amount of calories is per one square. This number is just an estimate. I use MyFitnessPal.