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You Need to Try This Cookies n Cream Fudge Recipe If You Love Oreos


You Need to Try This Cookies n Cream Fudge Recipe If You Love Oreos

Do you and your family love cookies and cream ice cream? Do you always have a pack of Oreos in your house? If you answered yes to either of those questions, you need to try this cookies n cream fudge recipe. It will quickly become a favorite in your household; your family will want you to make it again and again!


2 1/2 cups sugar
1/2 cup butter
2/3 cup (5 oz) evaporated milk
2 cups (7 oz) jar marshmallow crème
8 oz almond bark or vanilla flavored candy coating cut into pieces
1 teaspoon vanilla
12 Oreo cookies, coarsely crumbled



1. Line 8-inch-square pan with foil so that foil extends over sides of pan; butter foil. In large heavy-duty saucepan, combine sugar, butter, and milk.

2. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Continue boiling 3 minutes over medium heat, stirring constantly. Remove from heat.

3. Add marshmallow crème, candy coating and vanilla; blend until smooth. Pour half of mixture into foil lined pan. Sprinkle cookie pieces over entire surface. Top with remaining mixture.

4. Cool to room temperature. Refrigerate 1 to 2 hours or until set. Remove fudge from pan by lifting foil; remove foil from fudge. Using large knife, cut into squares. Store in refrigerator. Makes 36 squares (about 1-1/2 pounds).

Other Fudge Flavors to Try

This cookies n cream fudge is sure to become a favorite in your household. When you're ready to try a new fudge flavor, check out these other great ideas:

  • Tiger. This fudge incorporates white chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, and peanut butter together to make one awesome flavor. The fudge turns out striped, hence its name.
  • Chocolate mint. Mint chocolate chip is one of the most popular ice cream flavors in America, so it's no surprise that this fudge flavor is popular itself. If you haven't tried it yet, you must.
  • Maple. This fudge is more common in winter when the maple trees are producing, but you can make it at any time of the year! This fudge is deliciously sweet and distinct in its flavor.
  • Chocolate walnut. Many people add walnuts into brownies, so why not add them into chocolate fudge? You'll be rewarded with a satisfying crunch in your fudge.
  • White chocolate. Some people prefer white chocolate for its lighter taste compared to milk or dark chocolate. If you're one of those people, give this fudge flavor a try.
  • White chocolate raspberry. If white chocolate fudge on its own is too plain for you, try white chocolate raspberry instead. The addition of a fruity flavor will really enhance the white chocolate.
  • Pistachio. If you see green fudge out in the store, you'll likely assume that it's mint. Pistachio fudge can also be green! This fudge flavor is savory, but still retains the sweetness we all know and love of fudge.
  • Peppermint. This fudge flavor is an excellent choice for the holiday season. Peppermint fudge is distinctly Christmas, with its white and red color. It makes a perfect snack for before or after Christmas dinner.
  • Butterscotch. Do you love Butterfingers? If so, butterscotch fudge is for you. This decadent fudge isn't the most popular flavor in America, but it really should be.
  • Peanut butter chocolate. This flavor combines two of the most popular fudge flavors into one. Who wouldn't love that?
  • Raspberry cream. If you're in search of a great fudge flavor for summer, this is it. This flavor is reminiscent of a raspberry creamsicle, making it a perfect treat on hot days.
  • Root beer float. A bit of an unusual fudge flavor, but definitely worth trying. Root beer float fudge is another great summer choice, but it can be enjoyable at any time of the year!
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