Oreo Fudge makes everyone happy! Cookies and cream is one of the most popular flavors for a reason, and nothing makes it more obvious than fudge that simply melts in your mouth.
I am obsessed with Oreos. They are one of my favorite cookies, especially paired with ice cold glasses of milk and a good movie.
Cookies and cream is probably my favorite flavor there is. The almost bitter, dark chocolate and the smooth creamy vanilla flavors are a pair that I cannot resist.
Fudge is one of those delicious treats I tend to only have once a year. Most people I know love it during the holidays, especially as an edible gift for friends and acquaintances.
For me, fudge is more of a summer treat. I always associate it with my trips on the boardwalk when we go to the beach.
Either way, fudge is a delicious treat that conjures all the happy memories, and this Oreo fudge is one of the best.
I love my Oreo fudge absolutely stuffed with Oreos. I give a rough number to how many you should use in the fudge, but honestly, you should be measuring that with your heart.
There is no such thing as too many Oreos in Oreo fudge.
To add to my personal obsession with Oreo fudge, I also love to top mine with whole Oreos.
You don’t have to do that, but it is really nice! If you do decide to go that route, it is very important that you store your fudge in an airtight container.
The whole Oreos do get a little soft over time, but the airtight container slows down that process. It is still delicious no matter if it goes soft though!
This Oreo fudge also works with different flavors of Oreo.
I love using golden Oreos, or the lemon ones, plus adding lemon extract to the fudge itself. So good.
This is the perfect place to test out Oreo flavor pairings, so let your imagination go wild!
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