Rebekah’s Cookies and Cream Fudge

My daughter, Rebekah, is a very good cook and a wonderful mom to my four precious grandsons.  A few years ago she decided to make and sell fudge for the holiday season.  She got busy in her kitchen and promptly created several original fudge recipes and she was in business.   After giving birth to her 4th and last boy a couple of years ago, she has been way too busy to keep her little fudge business going (maybe she will do a restart later) but after much cajoling, she gave me one of her recipes to share here.  She kept debating whether she would share her Birthday Cake Fudge or her Cookies and Cream Fudge.  In the end, Rebekah’s cookies and cream fudge won out.

This fudge is not only delicious, but it’s best made a couple of days ahead of time.  Enjoy!


Rebekah’s Cookies and Cream Fudge
  • 2 T butter
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 bag white chocolate chips (12 oz.)
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • ½ package crushed Oreos
  1. Line a 9" x 9" pan with foil and butter the foil. In a medium saucepan over medium low heat, combine sweetened condensed milk and butter until the butter is melted. Stir constantly. Add white chocolate chips and continue to stir until chips are melted. Remove from heat and stir in the vanilla and crushed Oreos. Mix well and pour into buttered pan. Smooth top and place in the refrigerator for 24 hours (or longer) to harden. Cut into small squares before serving.

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Do you make fudge?  If so, what’s your favorite fudge recipe?  The only fudge I ever make is Fast Fudge.  But after taking these pictures of Rebekah’s cookie and cream fudge, I may just have to try to recreate her recipe.  I’m wondering if mine will be as good and look as pretty.

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  1. I don’t think I’ve ever had fudge with cookies, but I love the idea. The only fudge I’ve made is a plain chocolate fudge, but I’d love to play around with different flavors.

  2. Melinda Snavley says

    Yes they are so good she sent me some one year and they were soo good. 🙂

  3. These were Bobby’s favorite…actually I think he loved all of her fudge because we always bought (& ate) WAY too much 🙂
    My fudge of choice to make is peanut butter fudge; mainly because I have lots of family memories of making it every year while growing up.

    Ps: my fave is the happy birthday Jesus fudge 😉

  4. Nice twist on plain old fudge, though there’s nothing wrong with plain ole fudge!

  5. I’ve never made fudge before, but I love to eat it. These look super delicious and I love Oreo’s!! Thanks for the recipe!! I might actually make fudge this year 🙂

  6. Lordy, Lordy, Lordy! That looks so very, very good! Thanks for sharing. Your family sure does produce some good recipes! The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree!

  7. Thanks, Mom for sharing my recipe! I love making fudge. I wish I wasn’t so busy and could do it more often. @ Ashley, Bobby was my best customer! I miss him and his love for fudge. I was working on a watermelon fudge just for him before he passed away. Hugs!

  8. Oh, that looks amazing! I am definitely pinning this. Thanks you for cajoling Rebekah into sharing her recipe. 🙂

    Life With Lorelai

  9. felicia izzard says

    I love Rebekah’s fudge its delicious. I’ve never made fudge but the recipe is not to complicated. I thought making fudge was hard. Thanks for sharing it

  10. More yummy fudge! This looks amazing!!!

  11. I was lucky enough to receive some for Christmas a few years ago, fantastic! Look forward to trying it myself, thanks for sharing!

  12. What is Fast Fudge????

    • Jenn, this is Fast Fudge: 🙂
      2 Cups sugar
      1 Cup peanut butter
      1 tsp. vanilla
      3 Tablespoons cocoa
      1/2 Cup water
      Measure peanut butter and vanilla and place in a bowl. Set aside. Butter an 8x8x2 dish and set aside. Mix sugar, cocoa and 1/2 cup water in saucepan. Bring to a boil and boil rapidly for exactly one minute. Pour over peanut butter and vanilla. Beat with spoon until thick. It thickens very quickly and will get overly thick if you beat it too long. Basically, once the chocolate mixture is mixed well with the peanut mixture, pour into buttered pan. Cut into squares when cool. Note: You may not want to make this when you are home alone. Trust me on this one. It has a tendency to jump off the plate and into your mouth!

  13. Rebekah,
    Thanks to your Mom for sharing your recipe for the cookies and cream fudge. I have the same name as you do. I went to Rebecca in high school but my Dad said that is not the way your name is spelled. So I went back to the correct spelling,
    Thanks again.
    Rebekah or Becky Jones

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