Dont miss out on this OREO White Chocolate Fudge Recipe! Its creamy, delicious, and tastes just like fudge and Oreos, both! This easy Oreo Fudge is perfect for the holidays are any time of the year when youre just craving that fudge flavor and taste. Make sure to check out the rest of my Easy Fudge Recipes for more creative ideas!
Once you whip up a batch of this white chocolate fudge with Oreos, youre never going to forget it and will want to make it again very quickly!
This is one of those dessert recipes that are quick and easy. The crushed Oreos with the creamy fudge texture make the perfect bite every single time.
OREO White Chocolate Fudge Recipe
The steps to this recipe are simple but the flavor tastes like it took a long time to make! The white chocolate and Oreos provide one of the best desserts youll truly love!
My boys love when I make fudge because they can easily grab a square and eat it without having to slow down about their day. Fudge is a great treat for anyone who just wants a small nibble!
How do you store fudge?
You just need to store this simple fudge recipe in an airtight container. Thats it! You dont have to keep it in the fridge or anything - but you can if you want.
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Best Fudge Recipes:
Once you make this White Chocolate Oreo Fudge Recipe, bring on the fudge! The great thing about making fudge is that you can keep making it taste different every single time you make it! Below are a few of my favorite fudge recipes that I think youll end up loving as well!
I love the flavor of this Super Sweet Reese Cup Fudge Recipe! Its so delicious!
My boys love when I whip up a batch of these Crazy Good Peppermint Fudge Filled Cookies!
Youre going to love this Easy Oat Fudge Recipe!
This Fudge and Peanut Butter Poke Cake is the best! Seriously - dont miss it.
This Hot Fudge Sauce goes so well with a ton of different dessert recipes.
Youre going to find out really fast why I love making this Tasty and Simple Blueberry Muffin Fudge Recipe!
Make this Easter Egg Fudge Recipe when Easter rolls around this year!
What do you do with the remaining Oreo?
If you have some chopped Oreo left, either eat it or add it to the top of the fudge pieces. You cant ever have too many Oreos, right?!
More Oreo Recipes:
- OREO Truffle Bird Nest Cookies Recipe
- Mint OREO Brownies Recipe from Scratch
- Chocolate Mint Oreo Cupcake Recipe
- 12 ounces of white chocolate baking chips
- 7 ounces of marshmallow fluff
- ¼ cup of sweetened condensed milk
- 15 Oreo cookies
Use parchment paper and line your 8X8 pan.
Put the Oreos in a bag and crush them into pieces.
Dump the white chocolate package into a heat-safe glass bowl.
Put 1-2 inches of water in a pot and put the chocolate-filled bowl on top of the pot. Make sure that the bowl isn't touching the water that is in the pot.
Heat over low or medium heat, stirring a lot until the chocolate is all melted.
Add in the marshmallow fluff and the condensed milk. Stir.
Add in the crushed Oreos and stir.
Pour the mixture into the baking pan and spread out. Cover and put in the fridge to chill overnight.
Are you going to make bite-sized squares of this Oreo fudge, or bigger pieces to enjoy?