Cookies ‘N Cream Fudge

Cookies N cream fudge

Hello. My name is Aimee and I love fudge. I thought I would interrupt this zucchini bake-a-thon with a creamy, delicious fudge recipe. As you know (well, if you visit me often here you know this), I like to try new fudge recipes (like Cookies and Cream Pretzel Fudge and Orange Creamsicle Fudge Bites and Peanut Butter Pretzel Fudge).

I know, most people make fudge for Christmas. After all, it’s about 200 degrees outside, fudge? really? Here’s the thing. You don’t need an oven. You store them in the fridge (or freezer!). And you get a perfect sweet treat bite without the hassle of baking. You’re with me here, right?

(Check out my guide for how to make fudge for more fudge storage tips!)

cookies n cream fudge

Anyways, I had bought some Oreos on a whim the other day, and instead of letting the kids devour them in 3.5 seconds I decided to do something else with them. Enjoy!

Cookies 'N Cream Fudge


  • 3 cup white chocolate morsels
  • 20 Oreo cookies, crushed
  • 7 oz Marshmallow Fluff
  • 14 oz can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 tsp clear vanilla extract


  1. Melt chocolate with milk and marshmallow cream over medium-low heat. Stir continuously until smooth. Quickly stir in vanilla. Fold in crushed cookies.
  2. Pour in a foil lined 13x9 baking pan. Refrigerate 3 hours until firm.
  3. Cut into bite size pieces. Store in refrigerator for best flavor!

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40 comments on “Cookies ‘N Cream Fudge”

  1. Delicious! I love fudge too and Oreos. I am seriously going to need to make some of this. Great idea to make it in the summer. I really hate turning on my oven when it is hot! 🙂

  2. Wow. I’m so making this on Sunday. This looks A-W-E-S-O-M-E.

  3. Aimee, While looking for new recipes I came across your blog. I’m so excited to have found it!
    I too am a moma to four kiddos, my oldest entering highschool in a month. Where does the time go?! I am especially excited to use your zucchini recipes. This is our first year at gardening and the zucchini is taking over! Anyway, thanks for the recipes! keep them coming!

  4. This looks so good! I will have to add this to my list of goodies to bake soon!

  5. Oh I hope this is going on Made it on Monday!

  6. Love a sweet no bake recipe in the summer!

  7. MMM another winner of a recipe! Saving this one too!

  8. Love this! It’s seriously drool-worthy! 🙂

  9. Anonymous

    What kind of white chocolate chips do you use. Mine never melt good for me. I am wondering if melting them with other things helps. i am usually melting them by themselves and they always get clumpy. I have hersy white chips on hand would that work?

  10. Thanks for the drool everyone!
    Anonymous, I use Ghirardelli white chocolate morsels. They melt wonderful!

  11. I have always wanted to make this! Looks great, thanks for sharing!

  12. I was just thinking about Oreos today, about how much I love them…this fudge looks delicious. I love ideas like this for teachers’ gifts. Thanks for sharing on A Well-Seasoned Life’s Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

  13. I just think that a piece of this wonderful fudge might just help me forget about this horrible heat. It looks delicious! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again real soon. Have a great week!
    Miz Helen

  14. You are killing me, this looks fabulous! I love fudge… but it is the F word in my house until December! I might have to make an exception because it is OREO fudge after all!


  15. How fun! I love the “different” look of this fudge…the big chunks in the pure white…aaaahhhh dreamy.

  16. Oh my gosh, these look amazing! I love this twist on the usual fudge! YUM!

  17. Oh my yumminess! My Family will love these! Thank you so much!

  18. That looks just plain BLISSFUL! Featuring a link on my FB page…


  19. The best fudge I’ve ever had!!!!!! Once again, great job 🙂

  20. Anonymous

    I made this – followed implicitly – but it didn’t come out. it never firmed up, even when I kept it in the fridge overnight.

  21. Anonymous, I’m so sorry to hear that! I’ve made this recipe several times with no problems. I have no idea what might have gone awry, but do hope you give another recipe a chance! I know how frustrating it can be to have a recipe fail!

  22. Wanna-be Molly

    I wonder if there is any chance that “anonymous” used evaporated milk instead of sweetened condensed. It’s not an uncommon mistake. I’ve almost done it myself before. Anyhow, I just made these and they are PHENOMENAL! Thanks for the recipe!!

  23. Nusra

    Can you make these with milk chocolate instead of white chocolate?

  24. Theresa

    Oh darn!! I made this yesterday. The flavor is wonderful but mine did not get very firm in the fridge either. I double checked to ensure I had sweetened condensed milk. I used the low fat – that shouldn’t make a difference. Even after being in the freezer it was super sticky – had to “peel” the aluminum foil off each piece :0(

  25. Jennifer

    Do I need to spray the foil with Pam or something of that nature so they don’t stick? Thanks.

  26. Betsy

    Can I use white almond bark instead of the white chocolate morsels? I have way too much of that right now, good way to use it. Not sure how many of the blocks would be 3 cups though.

  27. Simoné

    What can I sub for Marshmallow fluff, it is not obtainable in my country?

  28. Maria

    What can I substitute for Marshmallow fluff, it is not obtainable in my country?

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  33. Cheryl Pugh

    I made this fudge yesterday. It did not set up in the refrigerator so I put in the freezer over night. It did not set up completely in the freezer either but it is still good. I wish it would have turned out better (set) but it is still going out for Christmas presents. I hope they like it.

  34. Anonymous

    Could you please tell me what “marshmallow fluff” is….I live in New Zealand & I can’t say I’ve ever seen it….this recipe look scrumptious. Thanks for your time….

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