Oreo Valentine’s Day Fudge

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This delicious Oreo Valentine’s Day Fudge is a festive treat made with an Oreo cookie crust and topped with Valentine candy.   It’s easy to make with only 2 ingredients and comes together quickly.

Oreo Valentine's Day Fudge at sewlicioushomedecor.com

Here’s a little history how fudge got it’s name . There are many opinions as to how the name “fudge” came to be.  Webster’s Dictionary specifies that the name ‘fudge’ refers to the fact that students making the candy were doing it in order to “fudge” on dormitory rules.  I don’t know how true this is, but I thought it was interesting.

Oreo Valentine Fudge

As for this fudge, it wanted something festive with an Oreo crust for a Valentine treat.  The crust is a simple mixture of only 2 ingredients, Oreo cookies and butter.  The fudge is two ingredients, too.  Just combine white chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk, then add food coloring to get your desired color.  It’s quick and easy and makes a festive treat!

Oreo Valentines Day Fudge

Oreo Valentine’s Day Fudge

A delicious and festive Valentine fudge made with an Oreo crust.

20 minPrep Time

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  • 1 and 1/2 Cups White chocolate chips
  • 1/2 Cup Sweetened condensed milk
  • Red food coloring
  • Oreo Cookie Crust
  • 2 Cups crushed up Oreo cookies
  • 5 Tablespoons butter


  1. In a food processor or blender crush Oreo cookies until you can measure 2 cups. About 30 or so. In a bowl pour in crushed Oreo cookies and melted butter. Mix well. Place in the bottom of a 9x9 pan. Press into bottom and bake at 350 for 10 minutes. Let cool then pour fudge mixture on top of.
  2. Fudge
  3. In a saucepan on low heat, pour in white chocolate chips. When they start to melt, add in the milk. Stir constantly until melted. Add in 2-4 drops of red food coloring and vanilla. Immediately pour over Oreo cookie crust. Top with Valentine candy and chill for 4-6 hours. When harded slice into bars and serve.


I used a 9x9 pan.

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  2. Yum! This fudge looks delicious, plus it's absolutely adorable. I'm a new food blogger and found you on a link party. I've followed your social sites and hope we can connect on those. Can't wait to read more of your blog. Becky
    • Hi Becky!! Welcome to food blogging.....I will warn you now, it's very addicting!! Thank you so much for the follows...I look forward to sharing more with you and getting to know you! Happy Valentines! :)
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  5. Oh my... how yummy! Thanks for linking up to Tip Me Tuesday linky party this week. {knuckle bumps} Did you know that I can "lend" your blog posts my Google page rank for better search engine traffic? {fabulous} If you upload at least 2 images, 2 steps, and blog post URL into your Tip Junkie craft room, you'll be in business! {wink} ~ Laurie {a.k.a. the Tip Junkie} http://www.tipjunkie.com/post/how-to-add-a-craft-room-project-on-tip-junkie/
  6. These look like the perfect sweet combo! Thanks for the recipe!
  7. Oh emmm geee!! These are not only adorable, they ALL look delicious! I'm your newest follower! Would love it if you hopped over and linked up your Oreo Valentine Fudge at the Link It or Lump It Link Party! http://www.twoityourself.com/2014/02/link-it-or-lump-it-link-party-25-plus.html - Melissa @ Two It Yourself
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  9. Wow...this fudge looks great! I make a basic fudge with the white chips and condensed milk, but never thought of adding the oreo crust. Love oreos in anything! Here via the SITS!
    • I just happen to have a bag of Oreo's near by when I was making the fudge and the idea just came to me....I never tried it before but it turned out delicious! It's hard to go wrong with Oreo's! :)
  10. These are CUTE and I'm sure delicious! I loooooove white chocolate and together with Oreo - wowwwww!!
  11. Fudge and an Oreo crust sound (and look) like an addicting combination! I haven't made much fudge....I'm afraid to get started and not be able to stop :)....but I think I may make a variety to send in Valentines Day care packages. My son loves both Oreos and fudge. Thanks!
    • That's the way I make them....when I know I have to give them away...because I know if it was left at my house I could not let it go to waste, especially anything with Oreo! You should try them..the make good gifts!
  12. So interesting about how the name of fudge came up. But, I have to say that these are absolute beauties, Marti! And, great pictures!
  13. Well...then I have to try it:)
  14. Looks really yummy. I have never tried making fudge:)
    • It's super easy and with only 2 ingredients! I just started making fudge for the first time last year and if I knew how easy it was, I would have made it long ago! :)
  15. 11/2 of what white chocolate chips? Do you mean cups? It does not say. Thank you.

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