Cookies and Cream Fudge

An easy, decadent Cookies and Cream Fudge recipe! This Oreo Fudge is packed with flavor and real Oreo cookie pieces. It’s a delicious treat or homemade gift idea for any occasion! No candy thermometer needed!

Once you learn How to Make Fudge, you can try all kinds of fun flavors. From Fluffernutter Fudge to today’s Cookies and Cream version, making your own fudge is easier than you think.

Stack of three pieces of oreo fudge.

Why this Recipe Works

  • You don’t need a candy thermometer to make this fudge recipe!
  • We use marshmallow fluff and white chocolate chips to create a soft fudge consistency with no hassle.
  • Crushed Oreos are folded right into the white chocolate fudge. You get crunchy bits of chocolate wafer and fluffy cream filling in every bite.

If Oreos are ‘milk’s favorite cookie”, then this recipe is milk’s favorite fudge!

Ingredient Notes

Ingredients needed for cookies and cream fudge.

Marshmallow fluff. This is also called marshmallow cream (or “creme”). It’s essentially marshmallows in a spreadable, pourable form.

Oreos. Crush them by placing them in a bag and rolling them with a rolling pin a few times. They don’t need to be pulverized to crumbs. A few big pieces are fine.

White chocolate chips. Choose a good brand like Ghirardelli since this flavor is key to a delicious tasting fudge.

How to make Oreo Fudge

Like most of my fudge recipes, this one starts by boiling butter, sugar and cream.

You pour the boiling mixture over marshmallow fluff and white chocolate. As you whisk everything together the chocolate will melt and a smooth fudge mixture will form.

Fold in cookie pieces, pour the fudge into a square pan and chill. About four hours later, your cookies and cream fudge is ready to slice and enjoy!

Step by step photos showing how to make oreo fudge.

Tips and Tricks

  • Line your baking dish with parchment paper before adding the fudge mixture. Once the fudge is set, you can grab the corners of the paper to remove it from the pan.
  • Store fudge in an airtight container at room temperature. It’ll keep well for about 2 weeks. If you’re like my family, you’ll keep sneaking bites of it and it’ll disappear much faster!
  • If you won’t be eating all the fudge right away, wait to slice it until ready to serve. Fudge tastes best when freshly sliced.
Two pieces of oreo fudge on a white doily.

Recipe FAQs

What can I use if I don’t have marshmallow fluff?

If you can’t find marshmallow fluff, you can make this recipe with regular or mini marshmallows instead. 20 full sized marshmallows are approximately equal to 7 ounces of the fluff.

Can I make this with different Oreo flavors?

Of course you can! Today’s version is a classic cookies and cream fudge. Other Oreo flavors like peanut butter, mint or golden can be used to mix it up!

What size pan do you use to make fudge?

I make my fudge recipes in a square 9 inch baking dish. An 8 inch square pan works well too!

More Oreo Desserts

  • When you’re looking for an easy dessert, this No Bake Oreo Cheesecake recipe is a creamy, flavorful pie! Easy to throw together for a delicious treat!
  • Easy, fried donuts in under 30 minutes! This easy Cookies ‘n Cream Donuts recipe is made using Pillsbury Grands biscuits, Hershey Cookies ‘n cream bars, Oreos and Chocolate frosting. Perfect, right?!
  • Easy Mint Chocolate Oreo Fudge recipe is the perfect addition to your dessert menu! Perfect for holiday, birthdays, or weeknight celebrations, you’ll love this delicious fudge treat!
  • Oreo Toffee is a sweet and scrumptious snack! This is one party dessert everyone will devour! Sweet, buttery cracker toffee topped with a delicious cookies and cream topping!
  • Oreo Stuffed Cookies– just two ingredients needed for this delicious treat.
Yield: 64 pieces

Cookies and Cream Fudge

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 15 minutes

Easy, decadent Cookies and Cream Fudge recipe! This Oreo Fudge is packed with flavor and perfect all year long!


  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup heavy cream
  • dash salt
  • ½ cup unsalted butter
  • 2 ½ cups white chocolate chips
  • 7 ounces marshmallow fluff
  • 20 oreos, crushed


  1. In a mixing bowl (with a stand mixer preferred), add white chocolate morsels and marshmallow crème. Set aside.
  2. In a large saucepan melt butter with sugar, heavy cream and salt. Cook and stir over medium high heat until mixture begins to boil.
  3. Continue stirring and boil for 5 full minutes. Remove from heat. Pour mixture into bowl over the white chocolate and marshmallow.
  4. Beat with whisk for 1-2 minutes until white chocolate has melted and mixture is smooth. Fold in crushed oreos.
  5. Pour fudge into a 9-inch square baking dish lined with parchment paper. Allow to set at room temperature for 4 hours or overnight.
  6. Remove from baking dish with parchment paper. Trim off edges (if you want perfect squares) then cut fudge into 1-inch bite sized pieces.
  7. Store in an airtight container at room temperature.


  • Line your baking dish with parchment paper before adding the fudge mixture. Once the fudge is set, you can grab the corners of the paper to remove it from the pan.
  • Store fudge in an airtight container at room temperature. It'll keep well for about 2 weeks. If you're like my family, you'll keep sneaking bites of it and it'll disappear much faster!
  • If you won't be eating all the fudge right away, wait to slice it until ready to serve. Fudge tastes best when freshly sliced.
  • Nutrition Information:



    Serving Size:

    1 piece

    Amount Per Serving: Calories: 93Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 26mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 0gSugar: 10gProtein: 1g

    *Nutrition facts are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietitian for special diet advice.

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    No candy thermometer needed to make perfect fudge! This Oreo Cookies and Cream Fudge is a fun and tempting treat no on can resist.

    About Aimee

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    Posted on August 17, 2021

    Comments & Reviews

    1. This fudge is awesome and so delicious! I’ve never tried a cookies and cream fudge until your recipe and we just loved it here! We can’t wait to make this fudge again very soon!

    2. Thank you, Aimee for the recipe. I made it this morning for a gathering my friend is having tomorrow and it is delicious ?. I can’t wait for my friends to try them. 

    3. Made this for my coworkers and they loved it! ‘We don’t deserve you!’ was the response lol great and super easy recipe.

    4. Yum! Love that this doesn’t use a candy thermometer! I am a fellow candy eating expert, but not necessarily candy making, so I’m excited to try this one!

    5. Congrats Aimee!! I love Food Fanatic – it’s such a great group of bloggers. Very fitting that you should be the candy contributor. 😀 As if all the other fudges you’ve perfected weren’t enough – now I’ve got this Oreo one to dream about heehee

    6. Heading over the check that recipe out NOW!!! This fudge looks amazing Aimee. You make the best looking fudges ever. How can anyone resist this? I love cookies n cream! 🙂

    7. Oh I love fudge! Definitely any time of year. This cookies and cream fudge yells to come into the sweet comfort place which is my belly.

    8. How cool! Congrats!!!

      These look sooo delicious, I love cookies & cream anything!

    9. Congrats on your new gig! A couple years ago I made a fudge really similar to this…I need it again! 🙂

    10. Concerning the Cookies & Cream Fudge . . . Is it possible to use regular marshmallows (melted) instead of the 7 oz Marshmallow fluff? If you can, how many marshmallows do you need? (I think a full package contains approximately 40.) Your help is appreciated. Thanks.
      (The recipe looks & sounds really yummy!)

      1. Hi Teddi,
        I’ve never used marshmallows in it’s place, so I don’t know if the consistency will work perfectly. However, if I were to do it, I would probably use about 20 full size marshmallows. If you try it let me know how it turns out!

    11. Congrats, Aimee! That gig is perfect for you, an that fudge looks perfect for me. I love Oreos!

    12. My boyfriend LOVES cookies and cream fudge. I feel like I could bargain for many, many presents in exchange for making it for him homemade 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!

      1. I would say yes, I agree…but there are two more coming that are equally delicious. I can’t wait to share them!

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