White Chocolate and Oreo Fudge

While I love an easy recipe, (especially when it’s no bake!) they can also be a little dangerous thanks to the fact you can put them together in no time at all.  This recipe for White Chocolate and Oreo Fudge is quite possibly one of the EASIEST and most DELICIOUS fudge recipes you will find –  and with just three ingredients how can you go wrong?!?!

white chocolate and oreo fudge thermobliss

 

White Chocolate and Oreos are such a yummy combination, and it’s almost impossible to stop at just one slice.

White Chocolate and Oreo Fudge 2

 

There really isn’t much to this recipe, my biggest tip is to make sure you line your tray with baking paper, as the fudge has a tendency to stick a little when you try to get it out.  It’s also a good idea to try and let this set overnight (I know it will be hard to resist!) as if it is still a little soft, the fudge will stick.

White Chocolate and Oreo Fudge 1

 

This is also a great base recipe and gives you the freedom to have some fun and add your favourite ingredients to the white chocolate – personally I’m seeing a White Chocolate and Tim Tam Fudge in my future VERY soon!

White Chocolate and Oreo Fudge

Course Sweet
Author Lauren

Ingredients

  • 400 g of white chocolate
  • 395 g tin of condensed milk
  • 200 g of Oreo Biscuits

Instructions

  1. Line a 20cm square cake tin with baking paper, making sure to leave some paper hanging over the edges.
  2. Break the white chocolate into pieces and place in the Thermomix bowl.
  3. Add the condensed milk and cook for 10 minutes, 100 degrees on speed 3.
  4. Add the Oreo Cookies and mix for 20 seconds on reverse, speed 1.
  5. Working quickly, pour the fudge into the prepared pan and place in the fridge for 4 hours (preferably overnight) to set.
  6. Remove fudge from the fridge and cut into small pieces.

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Comments 6

  1. Hi,

    Is it possible to make this ahead and then freeze it? If so does it set in fridge first and then I freeze it as a block or?

    Thanks 🙂

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      Author

      Hi Samantha, I havne’t tried to freeze this before I’m afraid, so I’m not sure how it would go. If you were going to try it, I would definitely set it in the fridge first. Thanks 🙂

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      Author

      Hi, sorry I don’t know the total weight in grams. It makes around 20 – 24 pieces depending on what size you cut them 🙂

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