Today marks the start of our first day back full-time homeschooling in just under two years. We had an absolutely shitter of a morning so to salvage the afternoon, I grabbed my assistant and we jumped in the kitchen to whip up this White Chocolate Oreo Fudge.
I’ll admit, it’s so fucking nice to have her back in the kitchen with me! Before Izzy was born, the blog was all about baking. Once she arrived, she became my little sweet thing and the blog changed from solely baking to baking with her during our homeschool days, our activities and journey with her in this crazy world of special needs.
White Chocolate Oreo Fudge is a bit of a game changer! Not only is it super easy to whip up but it’s good, so freaking good! It’s fudgey, it’s creamy, it’s oreo-y and did I mention that it’s so freaking good?!
It makes for the most perfect sweet treat to have on a dessert table or to give as a gift. Just make sure you save a little for yourself to have with a cuppa!
- - 400g white chocolate (chopped) or white chocolate chips
- - 1x 395g sweetened condensed milk
- - 1/2 TBSP vanilla extract
- - 2 pkts oreo cookies
- - Flick the element on to a medium heat and grease and line a square baking tin with baking paper. Grab 1 1/2 pkts of oreo cookies, chop them up and pop them off to the side. Save the 1/2 packet for the top!
- - In a medium sized pot, pop in white chocolate or white chocoalte chips, sweetened condensed milk and vanilla extract. Give it a good stir, pop it onto the element and stir continiously until the white chocolate has melted and everything is well combined.
- - Take your pot off the heat, grab your chopped oreos and mix those delish wee cookies in.
- - Pour your fudge mixture into your baking tin and smooth it on out. Chop up the remianing 1/2 packet of oreos and sprinkle these beauts on top.
- - Into the fridge it goes until it's set! This can take anywhere between 2-4 hours depending on how cold your fridge is. If you're in a bit of a rush, whack it in the freezer. Once it's set, chop it up into pieces and devour! Any remaining fudge pieces will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for a couple of weeks.