My kids love Oreo’s it’s one of the most requested store-bought cookies in the house. They love combining it with their favourite desserts and treats. This easy recipe for Oreo Fudge tastes great and although we love to give it as a gift at Christmas we do keep some aside for ourselves. So here you go our favourite easy Oreo Fudge Recipe.
Easy Fudge Recipes
I remember my grandmother making fudge. It always looked so complicated with very precise cooking involved.
To be honest I’ve never had the patience for that! Easy fudge though is more my style using tinned milk (either evaporated or condensed) and cooked in a pan or even the slow cooker. Check out this easy recipe for slow cooker fudge that we’ve been following for years.
Making in the pan and then letting set in the fridge overnight before cutting into cubes and packaging is so simple and our friends and family love receiving this as a gift.
What to do if your fudge is too soft!
One of the biggest problems we’ve had with our fudge is that it can be too soft!
It’s because we haven’t stirred it and boiled it long enough. The liquid from the evaporated milk is too much for the recipe.
A quick fix though we can return it to the pan stir and allow some more to evaporate (on a simmering heat not boiling) before setting again.
Don’t put the Oreo’s away just yet – save 5 of them and create some Oreo Cookies Hot Chocolate Bombs a well these to make a great gift for friends and family this Christmas.
More Easy Fudge Recipes
Looking for other fudge recipes to make as delicious Christmas treats and gifts check out these ones below
If you have any Nutcracker Fans in the house then our Sugar Plum Fairy Fudge is easy to make and looks ever so pretty.
One for the adults our Kahlua Fudge is great to make and share with family and friends.
With tastes of Christmas this Fruit and Nut Fudge looks like it has been jewelled.
How about an easy and delicious salted caramel fudge with a layer of chocolate on top.