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Cookies and cream fudge is a delicious addition to your holiday baking! Sandwich cookies are mixed into a delicious white fudge for an unforgettable fudge recipe. A few simple ingredients make this a perfect treat during the holidays, or a special indulgence just because. 

Cookies and Cream Fudge prepared and shown cut into pieces as well as whole batch sitting on a cutting board

Cookies and Cream Fudge Recipe

If you are looking for a fabulous teacher gift for the holidays, look no further.  My husband received some of this fudge last year from a student and I about died.  Teachers love edible gifts and so do their families! We give up a lot of evenings and weekends with our husband/daddy so he can be at school events so it’s nice when he brings home an edible gift we can all indulge in.  Only, I didn’t share much of this.

More Homemade Candy Recipes

If you are looking for more yummy homemade candy to add to your holiday baking list, check out some of my favorites below!  

Supplies for Cookies and Cream Fudge Recipe

  • Butter
  • Marshmallow Cream
  • Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • White Chocolate Chips
  • Oreo Cookies

Supplies for cookies and cream fudge sitting on a wooden surface

This fudge tastes like the middle of a chocolate sandwich cookie.  Seriously. It’s pure heaven! It is so rich that just a little bit goes a very long way.  Don’t let that 3 cups of sugar and 1 1/2 sticks of butter scare you away. 

Plus, you’re giving it away, right?  I’m not afraid of butter.  I use it every single day in my cooking, but I do seem to go through even more in December thanks to all my holiday baking.

chopped oreo cookies ready to go on top of homemade cookies and cream fudge

How to Make Cookies and Cream Homemade Fudge

This fudge recipe is pretty straightforward.  The only tricky part is not chopping your cookies too small so they disappear into the fudge.  I just cut my cookies in half and let them crumble on their own from there.

A slab of homemade cookies and cream fudge laying on a wooden counter ready to be cut

Do I need a candy thermometer for this recipe? 

Making fudge is technically candy making and while a candy thermometer is handy, it’s not absolutely necessary.  I did use a thermometer and a timer.  My fudge took about 5 minutes to hit the soft ball stage but if you don’t have a candy thermometer, just boil for 4 minutes and call it good.

Small pieces of prepared cookies and cream fudge sitting on a cloth surface

If you aren’t a fan of cookies and cream, just substitute chocolate chips for the white chocolate and leave out the cookies for chocolate fudge.

Printable Recipe for Cookies and Cream Fudge


Cookies & Cream Fudge


A decadently sweet and creamy Cookies and Cream Fudge Recipe is the perfect addition to your holiday baking plans this year!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes


  • 3 cups white sugar
  • 1 5 ounce can evaporated milk (the small can!)
  • 3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) Land O' Lakes Unsalted Butter
  • 1 7 oz jar marshmallow fluff
  • 12 ounces of white chocolate chips
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • A pinch of salt
  • 22 chocolate sandwich cookies, very roughly chopped


  1. Prepare a 9 x 9 pan by lining with foil. Coat the foil thoroughly with softened butter.
  2. Combine sugar, evaporated milk and butter in a large pot. Heat over medium high heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture reaches a boil.
  3. Boil, while still stirring, for 4 minutes or until a candy thermometer reaches the soft ball stage.
  4. Remove pot from heat. Stir in marshmallow fluff, white chocolate chips, vanilla and salt. Stir until everything is melted and the mixture is smooth.
  5. Gently stir in about two-thirds of the cookies.
  6. Pour the fudge batter in to the prepared pan. Gently place the remaining cooking pieces on to the top of the fudge. Press them down lightly in to the fudge.
  7. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
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  • Scarlet
    February 6, 2015

    That looks delicious! My daughter is partial to white chocolate so I know she would love these!

    • Camille
      February 6, 2015

      I have a sister who is the same way! She much prefers white to “regular” chocolate.

  • Sharon
    December 15, 2014

    This looks absolutely amazing! I know what I’ll be cooking next weekend 🙂

    • Camille
      December 16, 2014

      Oh man, I haven’t made this yet this season! Enjoy – it’s my favorite!

  • Adrianne
    December 18, 2013

    I am going to try this this weekend! The only thing I don’t have is marshmallow fluff, so this fits perfectly with stuff I bake with already! How long is the active prep-and-cook time, would you say?

    • Camille
      December 18, 2013

      I’d say maybe 30 minutes? The most time consuming part is getting the fudge up to the correct temperature so it hits that soft ball stage. Other than that, it’s pretty quick!

    • erin
      November 20, 2017

      what is marshmallow fluff?

  • deb baker
    December 10, 2013

    HI, I just made this cookies and cream fudge and it is all crumbly. Now I can’t give them as presents. What did I do wrong? HELP

    • Camille
      December 10, 2013

      Hi Deb! I’m so sorry to hear that! I know how utterly frustrating it is to make a recipe and have it fail! Did you put it in the fridge or let it sit out on the counter? I found that letting it sit out will make it softer. The batches I put in the fridge are a little more crumbly, but not enough that it fell apart completely. You may try letting the batch you made sit out. Another idea would be to pour it out in small containers and let it set in those and then just give those out.

    • Donna d
      August 18, 2018

      you may have boiled it too long. I have had this happen with chocolate fudge

  • April
    December 9, 2013

    Not only does this recipe sound delicious, it looks so tempting with all the lovely crumbled cookies! This would make great Christmas or hostess gifts too. Thank you for sharing it with us at The Hearth and Soul hop.

  • Nicole {Life's Tidbits}
    December 2, 2013

    These look absolutely DELISH! I can’t wait to try out this recipe at my next dinner party.

  • Aida
    December 1, 2013

    Yum! My husband loves cookies and cream anything, so these would definitely be a hit. I love the huge Oreo chunks on top.

  • Ellen Christian
    November 26, 2013

    Sounds like an amazing treat!

  • Ronni Keller
    November 26, 2013

    I need to try this one!! I just finished chocolate/salted caramel and made it all boozy… Im kind of fudge’d out LOL

  • Kristy
    November 25, 2013

    This looks so delicious! I have tried making fudge all weekend and that looks like fudge…mine didn’t at all!! I need to try your recipe! #client

  • Nicole B
    November 25, 2013

    I wish I could reach through my computer screen and grab some of this. It looks AMAZING! I must make this!

  • Tammilee Tillison
    November 25, 2013

    Yes please! I can send you my shipping address these look amazing. I am going to have to try and make these. I have never tried adding cookies to our fudge recipe.

  • April Golightly
    November 25, 2013

    you are making me hungry!

  • Jenn
    November 25, 2013

    This fudge looks so delicious! I think this would make a great project for my daughter and I to do this weekend!

  • Dianna
    November 24, 2013

    Looks good!!