Double Decker Oreo Fudge
This Double Decker Oreo Fudge provides a delicious combination of white chocolate, dark chocolate, and Oreos all in one!
An Easy Fudge Recipe with only 5 ingredients, it’s made in the microwave and is a breeze to prepare. Your family will request this treat over and over!
Why You Should Make
- There are only 5 Ingredients!
- There is no candy thermometer needed. This fudge is basically foolproof!
- Oreos? White Chocolate? Dark Chocolate? Yup, it’s delicious!!! And easy.
One of Bill’s influences on our children is the love of Oreos. Double-Stuf preferred, but any form of the standard Oreo is acceptable. Me? Well, I love an Oreo pie crust, but no thank you when it comes to the cookies.
A new fudge recipe gets them even MORE excited! To appease the family’s need for sweets, I’m happy to utilize these sandwich cookies in my desserts. And when I spied Danielle’s recipe for Double Decker Oreo Fudge on her blog, Hugs & Cookies XOXO, I knew it was only a matter of time before I treated my gang. They’d get both fudge and Oreos!
How to Make Oreo Fudge
- Make sure to have a can of sweetened condensed milk on hand. This is different from evaporated milk which does not contain added sugar.
- Divide the sweetened condensed milk between two microwave-safe bowls. Add the white chocolate to one and semi-sweet to the other.
- Carefully microwave the bowl with the white chocolate, stopping and starting at 30-second intervals to stir, until most of the chocolate looks soft and melted.
- The residual heat will melt any little bits of unmelted chocolate.
- Add the quartered Oreos, gently stir and pour into the prepared pan.
- Repeat with the dark chocolate layer, pour over the white chocolate, then chill.
Tips for Making Easy Fudge
- Lining the pan with non-stick foil makes for both easy removal and easy cleanup! Using the foil as a sling, lift the whole batch out and place it on a cutting board to slice into squares.
- Using an offset spatula helps to spread both layers evenly and makes for a prettier result.
Hugs & Cookies XOXO
Thanks again to my lovely friend, Danielle for another magnificent dessert recipe!
Check out Danielle’s take on this recipe as well as her social media sites!
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This recipe was first shared in June 2015. Text was updated in 2021.
Double Decker Oreo Fudge Recipe
An easy layered fudge with Oreos, white and semi-sweet chocolate. Adapted from Bakers Royale via Hugs & Cookies
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk, split in half (1 can)
- 10 Oreos, chopped in quarters
- 1 cup white chocolate chips
- 2 tablespoon butter
- 1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips
- LIne 8 x 8-inch pan with non-stick foil. Set aside.
- Divide sweetened condensed milk equally between two microwave-safe bowls and set aside. Chop Oreos.
- Place white chocolate and 2 tablespoons of butter in one of the bowls of sweetened condensed milk. Microwave for 30 seconds, stir, then repeat till chocolate is smooth and melted. Stir in Oreos and pour the mixture into the pan.
- Place semi-sweet chocolate into the other bowl of sweetened condensed milk. Microwave, stopping and stirring at frequent intervals until smooth. Pour on top of the Oreo layer and refrigerate until set. Cut into squares.
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Serving Size:1 square
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 168Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 11mgSodium: 59mgCarbohydrates: 23gFiber: 1gSugar: 21gProtein: 3g
40 Comments on “Double Decker Oreo Fudge”
I’m sitting here drinking a cappuccino thinking about how good a piece of this double decker fudge would be with it! I can’t resist white chocolate.
This looks terrific! Oreos are my favorite packaged cookie, so I’m always a fan of recipe that use them. This is such a great looking dish, and looks to have wonderful flavor. Thanks!
I’m not a huge fan of Oreos either but I sure wouldn’t pass on a sliver to taste these beauties. I’m alway so jealous of how beautiful your sliced bars are.
Even though I prefer old-fashioned fudge (Because it’s less sweet), I still cannot resist some simplified version with chocolate and condensed milk. Besides, you can always use some extra dark chocolate layer, in case you want to cut down on the sweetness. And yes, adding a chocolate layer on the fudge visually looks splendid and elevates the recipe to a new … fudge bars perhaps?
We love the two layers in this fudge!
I cannot resist Oreos. Yummy fudge!!
I really love how easy these are to make!! Perfect treat any day!
Dessert perfection right here!
I have a new favorite fudge! I love anything Oreo!
We can’t get enough of this fudge!!
Everyone at the office raved about these!!
omg these are so decadent!
This fudge looks fantastic. I would disappear quickly in my house.
i love Oreo best in desserts too (if I’m eating them straight then I need som pb to dip ’em in…oh yeahhh)–this fudge looks OUTRAGEOUSLY decadent. WANT
Wow! Lucky you Liz for not having a penchant for Oreos in cookie form…I’ll take them any way I can get them. Including this dark / white chocolate fudgy wonder =)
Wow Liz that looks so decadent! Wow. Love the white and regular chocolate fudge layers and adding oreos is a great idea. I do enjoy this cookie once in a blue moon.
A few years ago we couldn’t buy Oreos in this country. It’s only been recently that we’ve been able to buy them in the stores. I saw these on instagram and fell in love. What a beautiful layered fudge. And I love condensed milk – used to eat it out of the tin when my mother wasn’t looking xx
Liz, you seriously need to start up a bakery with all of your delicious bars. Each one is even better than the next. When my friends are looking for a quick and easy bar recipe I always send them your way. You have something for everyone. Do you get a chance to test these your great bakes or does your family and hubby eat them all before you get a chance? If I had these in my house they would not last for a minute!!!
14 minutes to make these amazing looking brownies??? WOW!
These look so sinfully delicious. Thanks for sharing Liz!