White Chocolate Cookies 'n' Cream Fudge

  • irishmaiden222 Posted: 12/18/10
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    This was pretty good and easy to make. I did like the idea of making it in mini muffin tins with liners. That part was a little time consuming. Also, I think I would just go with 2 1/2 cups crushed cookies over all and NOT put any on top. The crumbs are, well, crummy and even after pressing them down they fall off and make it messy to eat. If I make it again I will make it in the pan with no crumbs on top.

  • patches1 Posted: 12/19/10
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    This was very easy to make. Husband loves it,great taste. Makes a great Christmas gift. Will diffently make again.

  • AmberJane Posted: 03/20/11
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    Really, Really good...just enough white chocolate flavor to add to the "cream" component, but not so much that it is screaming white chocolate. Used double stuf oreos which might have gilded the lily, but I didn't care :)

  • 7wilsons Posted: 12/21/09
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    Oh my!! This recipe is so good!! It was very easy to make. I just had problems getting it out of the pan. Any suggestions?? A little goes a long way. It is very rich. The taste reminds me of Nestles Cookies-n-Cream candy bar.

  • Starwynde Posted: 03/04/11
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    Easy to make, but was excessively sweet. It did set up overnight in the refrigerator, but definitely took longer than the recommended 2 hours.

  • osequin Posted: 03/26/11
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    This was SO easy to make. It literally took 10 minutes to throw together, plus chilling. Mine set up fine within the two hours. It is very sweet but would be a hit with any kid. A great recipe.

  • DianeLM Posted: 12/25/10
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    I made these to place in Christmas goodie baskets, did not have any problems with the mixture firming, as they were a perfect fudge consistency, however they were so sweet that one small bite is more than enough. They do taste like a cookie ‘n crème candy bar but a little goes a long way, my husband wasn’t thrilled with them and I am not looking forward to finishing them off, so three stars for ease and presentation, however you have to have a super sweet tooth for these!

  • vbrewster Posted: 08/15/10
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    Excellent recipe and so easy to make! I make it in the mini muffin tins to take to parties or special get togethers. It's a family favorite!

  • lundsettlady Posted: 01/27/10
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    Made this tonight for my husband. I followed the instructions exactly and the fudge never completely firmed. I had to scoop it out into a bowl. He loved the flavor, but I won't be making it again unless someone can give me a magical answer about what went wrong.

  • cjirish Posted: 11/19/09
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    Very easy to make and everyone raved about it. Definitely would do it again.

  • Jadedheart17 Posted: 12/04/10
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    Followed the directions as given and ended up with a pan goo. Has a great taste but impossible to cut into pieces or get out of the pan unless you use a spoon. Very disappointed:-(

  • MindyRoller Posted: 12/08/10
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    Very easy recipe. Its extremely rich, but very worth making! This will be a holiday staple for years to come.

  • buckeyebabe Posted: 12/12/10
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    AWESOME!! My 11 year old son and I made it together and he had a great time. Can't keep the family out of it-I may have to make another batch to give away! Easy to make. Followed recipe to the T.

  • countrygramma Posted: 12/09/10
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    WOW!! Very easy, rich and good!!! Made a couple orders of this fudge, was ask to make more. This is a very good fudge to add to the xmas goodie presents! I do this each year! Tks

  • nana4708 Posted: 03/05/11
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    The fudge was very good...a little bite will do as it is so sweet...fudge was very soft even after being in the refrigerator for a few days.

  • Marisaphd Posted: 03/30/11
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    This was so easy to make, and a tremendous hit! It was thoroughly delicious, creamy and smooth with the perfect balance between cookie and fudge. A friend who hates everything vanilla loved it. You will not be disappointed. It is addicting! Just bought ingredients to make it again!

  • slahomestyle Posted: 10/03/11
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    I have been making this recipe for years and it's my MOST requested one (to receive) at the holidays. I put it in my neighbors "treat" containers, and they LOVE it!! Keep in mind that this fudge, like any other, needs to be eatin' in moderation. Afterall, it's FUDGE!!~ :O)

  • Noogabelle Posted: 10/11/11
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    I followed the directions exactly and the fudge never firmed. I boiled the recommended time and covered and chilled all day and it was goo. The only way to eat it is with a spoon. It does taste great but I wouldn't go to the time and expense to attempt again.

  • TammyJean66 Posted: 12/22/11
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    Good, but very sweet! Does taste just like a cookies 'n' cream candy bar. To those whose fudge never set... you probably did the same thing I did. I used a regular can of evaporated milk which is 12oz not 5oz. Luckily I caught my mistake early and just doubled the rest of the ingredients to make a double batch. So, I recommend you make sure that your can is only 5oz before pouring the whole thing in!

  • beachbum15 Posted: 12/15/11
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    BEST FUDGE EVER! I made this first for my brother and sister-in-law's wedding reception, and it was the first dessert to disappear. Everyone wanted the recipes. I've made it several times since then, and it's always popular!

  • carmelita Posted: 05/11/12
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    Spoil yourselves and your loved ones - this is a sweet, delicous and easy to make treat anytime for your Oreo Cookie lovers.

  • FaithCooks Posted: 02/14/13
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    I agree with Mom2Will, would be better with REAL white chocolate. However so hard to find! Those "white chips" are so sweet, and I even used chocolate wafers instead of oreos (same cookie, but without the filling) to try to cut down on the sweetness. This was sickeningly sweet will never make again.

  • Cheryl242 Posted: 12/23/12
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    My family thought this was delicious. It was very easy to make. Would certainly make again. Might even increase the amount of Oreo crumbles in the base of the fudge. It was delicious the way it was, but I personally could have enjoyed a few more cookies in the fudge base. Delicious!

  • schooleannd Posted: 12/23/12
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    I made this fudge and it tastes amazing! I love it. The only problem I had with it is it did not completely set up like it should have. However, I think that was my fault. I don't think I boiled it long enough. I didn't do a cold water test or anything to check. I have had it in the freezer so it will stay hard enough to cut but it starts getting a little goopy fast. I would definitely try this one again even if turned out the same it's worth the taste.

  • Mom2Will Posted: 11/23/12
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    I love this recipe, because it's quite flexible. First of all, the only way to make this is with white chocolate...NOT the artificially flavored white chips. I reduce the sugar to 3/4 cup, simply because we find that it is too sweet. Finally, I have also substituted the mint oreos! (Just don't ever use double-stuffed oreos!) Enjoy!

  • Peaches2000 Posted: 12/21/12
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    Abosulutely declicious. Mine turned out perfect .This does need to boil longer than 3 min. The recipe on the marshmallow cream jar for chocolate fantasy fudge says boil 4 min. I have made that plenty of times and I actually boil it about 5 min. I can always tell if the boiling mixture is thickned. Definitely don't want to cook to a crackling stage. I will sometimes have a cup of cold water and take the spoon I was stirrring and let a drop of the mixture go in the water... if it appears too thin then it is not ready.

  • kmart31 Posted: 03/26/14
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    the trick to getting the fudge to set firmly so you can cut it into squares is to buy a candy thermometer (sold at bed bath and beyond) and place it in your pot while boiling. allow the mixture to boil until the tempurture hits the line marked "soft ball stage". once it hits this mark you can remove the pot from the heat and follow instructions going forward. good luck!

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