If you love cookies and cream, you will absolutely fall in love with this Oreo fudge. Creamy white chocolate fudge is overloaded with Oreo cookies for an explosion of flavor.
Oreo fudge is one of those delicious treats you don't get to have too often because you know if it's around all the time, you will end up eating it constantly. There is something about that creamy white chocolate fudge stuffed with almost an entire pack of Oreos that is just completely irresistible.
Can I Use Any Type of Oreo In My Fudge?
Absolutely, yes! You can make so many variations and they are all delicious! Try any and all the types of Oreos there are. Yes, even the fudge-covered Oreos.
If you want to get really inventive, you can change up the flavor in the fudge itself. Add a drop of mint extract with your mint Oreos. Or maybe add in a swirl of peanut butter.
I am all about trying new things and seeing how they turn out.
How Do You Make Oreo Fudge
There are so many methods of making cookies and cream fudge that I decided to just go with the simplest one. Who wants to spend ages making the fudge when we could be spending more time eating the fudge, right?
- Mix together the white chocolate and condensed milk.
- Heat until the chocolate is melted.
- Add vanilla and crushed Oreos.
- Pour into a prepared pan.
- Top with more Oreos.
- Set, cut, then eat.
Easy peasy, right? The best part is that it only requires a few ingredients, and you probably have most of it at home, if your pantry is well-stocked. I usually only need to run out to get the sweetened condensed milk unless it's baking season.
How to Store Cookies and Cream Fudge
You should always store your fudge in an airtight container and keep it in a dark, cool, dry place. It will last a couple of weeks like this. To extend its life, you can put your container in the refrigerator.
Can You Freeze Oreo Fudge
Yes. The only issue is if you top your fudge with more Oreos, those exposed Oreos will get really soft. That might not be an issue for some because they tend to get soft over time anyway, but it might be an issue for others.
This fudge lasts fairly well at room temperature for a while, so I wouldn't stress out about freezing them unless you plan on not eating them for another month.
If you are looking to set your fudge quickly (because we need to get to the eating part asap), then you can pop your freshly made fudge in the freezer for about an hour to speed things along.
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