Kirbie's Cravings

5 Minute Cookies and Cream Fudge

photo of pieces of cookies and cream fudge on parchment paper

Despite my sweet tooth, fudge is one candy that took a few tries for me to adjust to. It’s so sweet, so I can never eat more than a piece or two at a time.
close-up photo of cookies and cream fudge
Recently, I came across several recipes for microwave fudge. While it’s not made in the traditional method, this quick and easy method does the trick and it’s a great solution for something last minute. It also is good to make as gifts. I think I’ll be adding this to my holiday treats list.
overhead photo of slices of cookies and cream fudge
The fudge needs only about 5 minutes of prep. Then you just let it cool and set and it’s ready to cut into and eat.
a stack of cookies and cream fudge slices

Other easy fudge recipes:

Nutella fudge

Peppermint Fudge

Peanut Butter Fudge

Andes Mint Fudge

I also have a collection of cookies and cream recipes.

Cookies and Cream Fudge

Prep Time: 4 minutes
Cook Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 5 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
For a last minute treat or holiday gift, you can't go wrong with this easy fudge. It takes only minutes to make!
5 from 1 vote


  • 12 oreos crushed into smaller pieces
  • 3 cups white chocolate chopped (or white chocolate chips)
  • 1 (14-oz) can sweetened condensed milk


  • Line an 8 x 8 baking pan with parchment paper. In a microwave-safe bowl, combine chocolate and condensed milk. Microwave for about 30 seconds and remove and stir until chocolate is mostly melted. Microwave again for another 30 seconds and stir again. Chocolate should be completely melted and smooth. If not, microwave slightly longer. Careful not to overheat in the microwave.
  • Spread half of the crushed Oreos across the bottom of the pan. Pour chocolate on top. Sprinkle remaining Oreos across surface, spreading evenly. Press down on Oreo pieces on top so that they go into the fudge and smooth out the top. Place in fridge several hours to set. Cut with sharp knife into bite-sized squares.

The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

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76 comments on “5 Minute Cookies and Cream Fudge”

  1. Thanks so much Kirbie for this recipe! I’m not the best when it comes to baking, but these we so simple it was impossible for me to go wrong!
    My friends and family loved them and they hardly lasted 2 hours! I would definitely make them again.
    Thank you x

  2. tried the recipe. tastes really good. but so soft after leaving in fridge overnight. tried recipe twice and both times soft like a spread. used exact condensed milk. chocolate and oreos. any ideas

    • I’m not sure why yours would be like a spread. I am guessing it may be the condensed milk? Are you using regular full fat condensed milk or fat free? I have not tried with fat free but I wonder if that may have a thinner consistency, causing the fudge to be too soft

  3. Will these melt easily? I would like to make these and share with my friends!

  4. This looks so yum! 
    Question: How do you store it & how many days can it keep for?
    So I can give it to people as presents. 🙂

  5. You should really put in the recipe ingredients “sweetened condensed milk”…I used evaporated milk thinking that’s what you meant :/

    • well, that is not really fair. i said condensed milk. I did not say evaporated. they are not the same thing. you are the one who used the wrong one.

  6. hi i’m a high-schooler going to a pro start  program for culinary. would this be a good recipe to do for a class project? For the project we have to come up with a recipe and make it for a bake shop and sell to the rest of the school.

  7. You’re my new best friend. I’ve just tried this recipe, and it is PERFECTION. Sooo sweet and so delicious! You are a *genius*. 😀 To those mentioning that it doesn’t set – the bottom of mine is still ever-so-slightly softer than the rest, but it’s neither here nor there when I’m just dyyyying of white chocolate heaven. Thanks so much Kirbie!

  8. Mine  didn’t set either. I used the ingredients listed  and yes used condeneed milk and still really  soft.

  9. I’ve tried this and it doesn’t set completely….tried adding icing sugar but that doesn’t work. Any suggestions please?

  10. Hi, so I was thinking of trying this out, but I have no clue how many servings this will turn out. Assuming each ‘serving’ is a 2cm x 2cm square (around 0.8 inches), how many servings will this recipe make?

  11. Can anyone tell me how much chocolate they used? I have no idea how much one cup would be. 

  12. what size tin of condensed milk eg in ml or grams

  13. do u use just the Oreo biscuits or filling too

  14. Hi…what is the weight of chocolate used.

  15. Hi! What sort of consistency should this be? The last microwave fudge I made (*not this recipe!) didn’t set at all well, and had the consistency of soft honey.

    Also, would you recommend the microwave be set to ‘high’ or ‘medium high’? Mine isn’t very sophisticated.

    • the consistency of this should just be like actual fudge, not soft honey, one it is set. When you are mixing it, it will be more like a thick batter that you can mold and shape. And i used regular full power on the microwave.

  16. I know it’s microwave only but how long would it take to do in the oven?! My friend loved the recipe but does not own a microwave

  17. Hi, if I want to make it dairy free so not use milk is there something else I could use?

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