Oxmoor House
Prep Time
7 Mins
Cook Time
13 Mins
Other Time
2 Hours
4 lb.

Beloved chocolate sandwich cookies stud a vanilla fudge landscape in this delicious dessert.

How to Make It

Step 1

Line a greased 9" square pan with aluminum foil; set aside.

Step 2

Combine first 3 ingredients in a medium saucepan. Cook over medium-high heat, stirring constantly, until mixture comes to a boil; cook 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat; add white chocolate morsels, marshmallow cream, 2 cups crushed cookies, and salt. Stir until morsels melt.

Step 3

Pour fudge into prepared pan. Sprinkle remaining 1 cup cookies over fudge, gently pressing cookies into fudge. Cover and chill until firm (about 1 to 2 hours).

Step 4

Lift uncut fudge in aluminum foil from pan; remove foil, and cut fudge into squares.

Christmas with Southern Living 2008

Ratings & Reviews

If you like Oreos

February 23, 2016
If you like Oreos.....a little too sweet.

waltersd's Review

November 15, 2014
Have made many times, it's requested by co-workers. Changed the Oreo cookie and a single bag of White Choc to Nutter Butter cookies and a bag of peanut butter chips. Was just as good.

kmart31's Review

March 26, 2014
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!

FaithCooks's Review

February 14, 2013
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's Review

December 23, 2012
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's Review

December 23, 2012
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.

Peaches2000's Review

December 21, 2012
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.

Mom2Will's Review

November 23, 2012
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!

deanchin's Review

November 18, 2012

carmelita's Review

May 11, 2012
Spoil yourselves and your loved ones - this is a sweet, delicous and easy to make treat anytime for your Oreo Cookie lovers.