Halloween Fudge Ring

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Super simple, yet impressive looking Halloween Fudge Ring. Made with milk chocolate, butterscotch, Oreos, candy corn and M&Ms, this recipe is a great use for all that leftover Halloween candy!

Love candy corn? Give this Candy Corn Oreo Truffle recipe a try. Or make a quick and easy batch of Peanut Butter Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats!

Chocolate fudge decorated for Halloween.

Why this recipe works

I know how to make the best fudge, if I do say so myself.

This Fudge Ring has been on my list to try since I first saw a version in my Christmas with Southern Living cookbook from 2007. I finally made it and now I regret all those years I lived without this candy fudge ring in my life.

Only, instead of Christmas themed, I made mine with Halloween cookies and candies! Colorful, fun, silky smooth, rich and creamy fudge is even better when it comes in ring form.

A few easy steps turn already delicious fudge into something visually impressive.

I love how beautiful the ring looks AND how easy it is to slice and serve!

If you love this halloween version, be sure to check out my spring flower fudge ring!

Slice of halloween fudge with oreos, candy corn, and m&m's.

Ingredient Notes

This fudge has a base made from milk chocolate morsels and sweetened condensed milk. You can totally change up the flavor of this Fudge Ring by using different candies or cookies.

  • Oreos – I used the orange and black Halloween Oreos for my fudge ring. Candy corn Oreos would be another great choice for Halloween. Nutter butters would be delicious here too, if you like a peanut butter twist in your fudge!
  • Candy – This time, I used candy corn M&M’s and pieces of candy corn. You could mix it up by using plan or peanut M&M’s, Reese’s pieces or chopped up Reese’s peanut butter cups, butterfingers or pretty much any combination of Halloween candy you like!
  • Butterscotch Chips – These add a nice buttery note to the fudge. Peanut butter morsels or more chocolate chips work here if you can’t find butterscotch chips or want a different flavor combo.

Step by Step Instructions

Halloween Fudge Ring: easy fudge with Oreos, candy corn and more! Perfect for a fall treat.

STEP 1. Prepare the pan

Line a round spring form cake pan with foil. Cover an empty tin can with foil. (you can use your empty sweetened condensed milk can here). Use a butter wrapper or buttered paper towel to grease the foil in the pan and on the can.

STEP 2. Melt the chocolate

Heat the milk chocolate and butterscotch morsels in a pan with the sweetened condensed milk over medium heat. Stir constantly until morsels are melted and smooth. Remove from heat.

STEP 3. Add candies

Fold candy corn (or other candy) with crushed Oreos into the fudge mixture. Pour it into the prepared pan and sprinkle the top of the ring with M&Ms.

STEP 4. Chill

Cover the pan with foil and let chill in the fridge until firm. This takes around 3 hours. Remove the can from the center and slice fudge ring into whatever slices or bite shapes you desire!

Halloween fudge cut into pieces in a small halloween dish.

Recipe FAQs

How do you store the fudge ring?

This fudge should be kept covered in the fridge. It’ll keep for about 2 weeks, but in my house we tend to eat all the fudge long before then!

How do you get the fudge ring out of the pan without breaking?

Using a springform pan makes removing the fudge a breeze. Release the springs and push the plate up. The fudge should slide easily off the plate! If it’s getting stuck, lightly tap the bottom a few times with a spatula.

Can this be made without a springform pan?

Yes, you can line a 9-inch square dish with parchment paper and make pour it in there. Once set, just remove and cut into squares.

Halloween Fudge Ring on a wooden cutting board.

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Halloween Fudge Ring

5 from 3 votes
By: Aimee
Super simple, yet impressive looking Halloween Fudge Ring. Made with milk chocolate morsels, butterscotch morsels, Oreos, candy corn and White Chocolate Candy Corn m&m's. You can change it up using any candy on hand! Great use for those leftover Halloween candies.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Additional Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours 17 minutes
Servings: 48 pieces


  • 12 ounce milk chocolate morsels
  • 1 cup butterscotch morsels
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk 14 ounce
  • 5 Oreo cookies crushed
  • 1 cup candy corn
  • ½ cup White Chocolate Candy Corn m&m candies
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  • Prepare your pan by lining a springform pan with foil. Wrap foil around your empty sweetened condensed milk can too. Using a tablespoon of softened butter, grease the foil. Set pans aside.
  • In a small saucepan, heat milk chocolate, butterscotch and sweetened condensed milk over medium heat until all the morsels are melted. Stir constantly until smooth. Remove from heat.
  • Fold in crushed cookies and candy corn. Pour into prepared pan. Sprinkle immediately with m&m’s. Cover with foil and chill until firm, about 3 hours.
  • To unmold, loosen latch on springform pan. Remove entire piece of foil. Remove can from center. Cut fudge into slices or bites. Store in refrigerator in a covered container for up to two weeks. ENJOY.


  • No springform? No problem. Line a 9-inch square baking sheet with parchment paper and pour mixture in there. Set and cut into bites.
  • This fudge should be kept covered in the fridge. It’ll keep for about 2 weeks, but in my house we tend to eat all the fudge long before then!
  • Using a springform pan makes removing the fudge a breeze. Release the springs and push the plate up. The fudge should slide easily off the plate! If it’s getting stuck, lightly tap the bottom a few times with a spatula.


Serving: 1piece, Calories: 103kcal, Carbohydrates: 17g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 3g, Saturated Fat: 2g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 3mg, Sodium: 33mg, Sugar: 16g
Course: Candy
Cuisine: American
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Grab your favorite Halloween candy and make this fudge! With colorful M&Ms on top and crunchy oreo pieces in every bite, there’s no better fudge to make for Halloween.

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Posted on October 18, 2020

Comments & Reviews

  1. I got so lucky this year. Jordan got a used HS dance uniform at camp – and she’s wearing it. SO easy, phew!

  2. Leftover Oreos and candy? That happens? LOL! This is such a fun idea to change up fudge! I love the fun colors that are peeking out of it!!!

  3. I am not sure of this “leftover candy” of which you speak, but I am all for fudge filled with candy! This looks like a delicious Halloween treat and so versatile (Xmas wreath version in December maybe?!) Good luck on the costume-front!

  4. this is such a creative idea! I love how you did it in a bundt pan for a ring, instead of a round pan. that makes it literally easier than pie, I think. haha.
    I hate halloween, too. therefore I refuse to capitalize it.

  5. I totally just go to the store and buy the kids a costume. I do stand around and shout “Too short! Not enough fabric! How old do you even think you are?” over and over again, but that’s totally better than me trying to sew.

    Love this fudge ring!

  6. What a great way to clean up (er, use up) any candy that is leftover from Halloween! Or Easter… not that I’m speaking from experience, of course. 🙂

  7. Wow I’ve never seen a fudge ring! Costumes are so hard. I can never find anything I like that is quite right 🙁

  8. I’m with you on the I hate Halloween because I’m not creative and I can’t come up with an original costume ideas!!! Good thing we can make sweet treats like this amazing fudge!

  9. Costume ideas: how about a favorite movie character? My daughter dressed up as Katniss from the Hunger Games for school dress up days. Black jeans, black t-shirt, hair in a ponytail, and carried a bow & a quiver of arrows. (& she won the contest, because she has a pretty good resemblance to the actress, anyway!) 🙂 Maybe your kids can enjoy ‘being’ their favorite character for the night.

  10. This fudge really sounds delicious with the butterscotch and Oreo cookies! Costumes — ugh. I want nothing to do with any of that business. I only stick to the food!

  11. I can’t believe we’re almost into Halloween season! Time flies. What a delicious ring you made!

  12. A fudge ring, how cool is that? Other than the mini candy bars, I am not a huge fan of Halloween. Too many witches and devils … not my cup of tea. But fudge rings? Full of Halloween candies? Definitely my cup of tea! … or ring of fudge …. never mind. 😉 This looks delicious and I love the different shape!

  13. Samhain, Halloween, is my holiday! Being a Pagan witch, I love it! And I (half) jokingly say my goal is to be the crazy cat woman down the street.. one of the girls could dress in a feline style, and tow a childswagon with cats, stuffies, in it.. Cat lady! Trick or treat, noms for my babies? If one does, please post pics!

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