This Cookies and Cream Fudge recipe is a creamy treat for you and your kids. Enjoy!
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I just made this last night. I have never make fudge before because it totally intimidated me. In fact, most things that need a candy thermometer intimidate me. I would attempt easy, no cooking fudge recipes, that just seems to leave the heart wanting. I have to say this was super easy, and it turned out great! I was worried with the comments about separation, but I didn't experience any. I am wondering if they used margarine instead of real butter. Don't do that....and after all, if you are indulging in fudge people, are you really counting those calories? Thank you for this recipe. It is a keeper and all my family and friends think it is delicious! And thanks, now I have a little bit more confidence to try some other recipes!
Jessica, we're so glad you loved it! Thanks for taking the time to tell us so. Amber | Managing Editor
Followed the directions exactly.....totally seperated when I added the liquid to the chocolate and marshmallow creme.....had to soak up the butter with a paper towel....any ideas?
I would mix it for about 1 to to 1 1/2 minutes. The longer you mix it the more it seperates.
I dont have a stand mixer. Would the fudge not turn out if I used a beater?
When I made this, I let the mixture biol for the five minutes...and then pured it over the chips...while mixing with the whisk attachment, the butter completely separated from the mixture...or maybe it was the oil in the chips...It is currently setting in the fridge. I added more crushed cookies on top to soak up the butter/oil...not sure how it is going to turn out. Any idea what wouuld cause that to happen?
These look awesome!
so can't wait to make this i'm a cookie n cream freak
I just wanted to say, way to go Aimee. Love the fudge.
I think I've made this already. I'll have to compare the recipes!
Shiloh, if it's the Cookies and cream recipe on my website, this one is different. The old recipe uses condensed milk and doesn't have nearly the same texture. This is my new and much improved recipe! thanks for stopping by :)
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