Cookies and Cream Fudge/Oreo Cookie Fudge

"I've had this recipe for several years from the Nestle site. It is wonderful! 3/29/08 Edited to reduce sugar."
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Ready In:
1hr 20mins




  • Line 13x9 pan with foil and butter the foil.
  • Combine sugar, butter, and milk in medium saucepan. Bring to full rolling boil; stirring constantly. Boil constantly for 3 minutes. Remove from heat. Stir in morsels, cream, crushed cookies, and vanilla. Pour into prepared pan. Sprinkle with crumbled cookes and press down lightly or gently swirl into fudge with knife if desired.
  • Refrigerate until firm. Lift from pan. Remove foil and cut into pieces.

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  1. tblinson123
    This recipe was a big hit at work and with my family. I decided to try it with mint chips and mint Oreo's. Everyone loved it even more than the white chocolate chips and regular Oreo's. I get a lot of request for this fudge!
  2. Baking Girl
    This was delightful and very easy. I put a layer of fudge down then sprinkled chunks of oreos on top and then put the rest of the fudge on top of that. It looked so pretty!
  3. Miss Lester
    Wow! My son chose this recipe to make as a secret Santa gift for school and we ended up needing to make a second batch, it was sooo good! Simple enough for an 11 year old to make and absolutely delicious! We will definitely be making this one again!
  4. Christina Sue
    This was my first "fudge" attempt and it turned out great! I am looking forward to giving these out to my coworkers. :) Thanks for posting.
  5. Roxygirl in Colorado
    My daughter and I whipped up 2 batches of this for her school bake sale. This was my first time making fudge and was a little nervous at first (with no thermometer) but it really is "no-fail." I cooked for about 20 extra seconds because I couldn't tell if my boil was rolling. My second batch I was short about 1/3 cup of chips but I couldn't tell a difference. I noticed this recipe is on the back of the Fluff jar, too. This was a perfect creamy texture but cut up into nice firm squares. Thanks SweetLady, for a great recipe. Roxygirl


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