At this point in lockdown, we’ve all baked enough banana breads and brownies to stock a small bakery, so consequently we’re looking for something a bit different to try our hand at. And what with essential baking ingredients like flour and baking powder becoming increasingly hard to come across in the supermarkets, it’s becoming necessary to look to alternative recipes if we want to keep our whisks in action.
Enter, fudge. Not just any fudge, though. This recipe makes a delicious batch of Oreo fudge and only uses three ingredients. Created by London food blogger, Eloise Head, aka @Fitwaffle on Instagram, this easy-to-make fudge recipe cut with Oreos requires condensed milk, white chocolate and Oreos – and that’s it!
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Eloise said: ‘During isolation I’d been looking at making simple recipes that people could make with little ingredients and have some fun in the kitchen.
‘I’d been trialling different fudge recipes, such as KitKat and Lotus Biscoff, but the Oreo one really took off on social media. It’s amazing to see all the feedback and how many people have already tried it and loved it.’
Eloise is known by her 394k Instagram followers for her wickedly delicious recipes – be warned, these certainly aren’t recipes for calorie counters! Oreo fans will also want to try her three-ingredient Oreo truffles and Oreo layered brownies.
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3-INGREDIENT OREO FUDGE 😍 For those of you that didn’t see it on @fitwafflekitchen yesterday, here’s a super simple recipe for Oreo fudge, using just 3 ingredients!! 🙌 If you love white chocolate (and Oreos), this is the recipe for you! Sound on for full instructions 🔉 The ingredients are all in the video, but here they are again for ease: 1 tin of Condensed Milk (397g) 510g White Chocolate 20 Oreos (crushed) don’t forget to save some for the topping! Enjoy 🥰👩🍳 #fitwafflekitchen #fitwaffle
Three-ingredient Oreo fudge recipe
1 tin of condensed milk (397g)
510g white chocolate
20 Oreos (crushed)
- Pour condensed milk into a saucepan.
- Break the white chocolate into chunks and add to the saucepan over a low heat. Stir regularly to stop the mixture from sticking to the pan and burning. Keep stirring until it is completely melted – the mixture should be thick.
- Add your crushed Oreos and fold them into the mix, saving some for the top.
- Pour the mix into a lined baking tray and quickly spread it to the edges.
- Add the rest of the crushed Oreos to the top, pressing them in gently so they stick.
- Leave the fudge to set at room temperature or in the fridge to set quicker.
- Cut up into squares and enjoy!