This no-bake Oreo Fudge is made using only four ingredients. It is so quick and simple to make.
It has been such a long time since I posted a fudge recipe, so I thought it was about time I shared this Oreo Condensed Milk Fudge recipe with you.
This Oreo fudge recipe is made using condensed milk and white chocolate, but you could use milk or dark chocolate if you prefer, and it is so simple to make.
Oreos are a bit of a weird one for me, I always seem to pick a different biscuit like a Custard Cream or a Bourbon when I do decide to have an Oreo, I can’t just have one, I have to have half a packet as a minimum (okay, this might be a bit excessive, but I just can’t help it!)
I originally made this fudge for a friend. Her dad absolutely loves anything sweet and so she had asked me to make some for his birthday, I can confirm he absolutely loved it, if he hadn’t, I wouldn’t have posted this recipe!
I have a few other Oreo recipes on my blog like my Oreo Showstopper Cake which has an Oreo Buttercream and decoration. I also have an Oreo Cupcake as part of my mini eBook which you can download HERE! Both of which are perfect for Oreo lovers everywhere, but this easy Oreo Fudge is the first no-bake Oreo recipe on my blog.
To make this fudge melt the white chocolate either in a pan on a low/medium heat on in the microwave on 20-second bursts stirring in between.
Once the chocolate has completely melted and is smooth add in the condensed milk and mix until fully combined. The mixture should be starting to become quite thick and gloopy. Next, add in the icing sugar and again mix until fully combined. By now the mixture should be super thick and gloopy.
Finally, add in your crushed Oreos. I find the best way to crush the Oreos is by hand. I literally just take 4 or 5 and crush them in my hand that way the Oreos are all different sizes, so you get some big chunks and some little chunks. You could also cut the Oreos into halves and quarters if you prefer to.
Mix the Oreos in and pour the mixture into your square tin. I used a 7” square tin in this recipe just because I like the thickness of the fudge. If you use a smaller tin the fudge will be thicker and if you use a larger tin the fudge won’t be as thick.
Smooth the fudge out until it is completely level and pop it into the fridge to set for at least 4 hours.
This is literally all you need to do to make the most delicious soft fudge. Once it has set, cut it up into individual portions. I make my fudge portions quite big and OTT so I normally cut it into about 16 pieces, but I can completely understand if these are waaaay too big, so you can also cut them into 25 smaller pieces if you prefer.
I used normal Oreos in this recipe, but you could use a flavoured one if you prefer or the double stuffed Oreos.
I used white chocolate in this recipe but again you can use milk or dark if you prefer just to use the same amount and follow the same method.
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For the Fudge
- 600 g White Chocolate
- 397 g Condensed Milk (one tin)
- 150 g Icing Sugar
- 200 g Oreos
To Make the Fudge
- Line your 7" square cake tin with baking parchment and leave to one side.
- Add the white chocolate to a large bowl and melt in the microwave on 20 second bursts stirring in between until compleltey melted and smooth OR melt the chocolate in a saucepan over a low/medium heat.
- Once the chocolate has melted add in the condensed milk and mix until smooth.
- Add in the icing sugar and mix. The fudge should now be really thick and gloopy.
- Add in 175g of the crushed Oreos and mix.
- Pour the mixture into your lined tin and smooth. Sprinkle over the remaining crushed Oreos.
- Pop it into the fridge to set (this should take around 4 hours)
- Once the fudge has set remove from the fridge and cut into individual portions.
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