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I have one word for this Yummy!! This tastes like the best part of the oreo cookie- the cream filling! I will definitly be making this again!

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Shari2 March 28, 2002

I only got a little taste, as I left the room for five minutes. Before I got back, the entire thing was devoured *L*. I added about 5-6 more cookies, and it was perfect. thanks!

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Melany * February 26, 2003

Thank you so much for this recipe!! I made this for a family function and everybody loved it! I like it b/c its not the "traditional" fudge. GREAT recipe!

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Jeniferbz December 22, 2003

Mirj..this fudge is delicious...I whipped up a batch lastnite for my family to try before I use in the gift bags and it taste so good I almost don't want to give it away...but it is easy to make and I am starting on my second batch.It has a lovely creamy taste and I find that it is not as toothache sweet as the traditional chocolate fudge,which is a good thing.Thumbs up on this one!!!!!

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@ngdarlen December 17, 2003

This makes a very rich, sweet candy, but I wouldn't call it fudge. It did crumble when sliced, but tasted good nonetheless. Thanks!

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HappyMommy1422 December 25, 2011

Oh boy, sweetness abounds. Really, really sweet. (I know - it's fudge, so what did I expect? :-D ) I actually did everything Deb's Recipes did: reduced sugar, soft ball stage (for some reason my fudge always, but always, fails if I just go by time), 9" pan. Poured half of the mixture into the pan, sprinkled chopped cookies on top, pressed them down a bit: topped with the rest of the fudge mixture, buttered my hands, and pressed down again. Figured it might help the crumbs to stick to the fudge. Well, it did - but I had clearly chopped the cookies too finely as there are spots here and there where the two fudge layers don't meet through the cookie layer, and so the fudge square separates. My bad, the recipe does say bite-size pieces! I promise to do better next time. Thanks Mirj!

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stormylee June 23, 2010

These didn't stick together all that well. The taste wasn't very fudge like and we ended up tossing most of it.

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Baking Bunny January 03, 2010

Excellent recipe-excellent texture made recipe exactly how it was written. Will be making this again I am sure

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Jtrillich December 13, 2009

This is excellent! I did alter the recipe, though, because I didn't have enough marshmallow creme. I only had half the stated amount, so I cut the "white part" of the recipe in half and used about 9 Oreos. My husband and I loved it and think it may just be better this way because it was very, very sweet as it was and may just be too sweet if I had followed the recipe. Definitely a keeper!

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mistydisa November 10, 2009

this was delish on our Christmas tray this year. A little on the sweet side but the separte of the cookies and the cream made the taste of oreo.

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momma213 December 28, 2008
Cookies 'n Cream Fudge