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Slow Cooker Oreo Fudge Recipe

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I love making fudge and this cookies and cream fudge recipe is a testament to that. If you’ve been following me for a while you’ll know that slow cooker fudge is the one recipe I can’t get enough of. Slow cooker fudge is so versatile and you can make pretty much anything, which is how I came across making this delicious slow cooker Oreo fudge recipe!

If you’re looking for a super easy Oreo recipe, you’ve come to the right place. This recipe is simple, easy to make and has hardly any steps or ingredients so you have nothing to worry about. The great thing about slow cooker recipes is that it works in the background while you can get on with whatever you want to do.

Slow Cooker Oreo Fudge

This slow cooker cookies and cream fudge recipe is delicious. One of the reasons I love this recipe so much is the fact that it looks so good and even the most novice baker can make this recipe and wow everyone with how good it looks. If you make it you’ll have to let me know how amazing yours turns out!

One thing I would suggest when you make this slow cooker fudge recipe is to use a silicone cake mould. They make the fudge process so much easier. When you go to get your fudge after it’s set all you have to do is peal the silicone mould away. If you use baking paper you’ll end up with the paper sticking to the fudge and you’ll be stood there pealing paper off the fudge for ages.

With this slow cooker cookies and cream fudge recipe you don’t need to worry about using Oreos if you can’t get your hands on them. I also think that using Oreos can be rather expensive which is why I use the dupes from Aldi, they’re just as nice, taste pretty much the same and you can’t tell the difference when it’s mixed into some amazing fudge. So if you’re looking to make this recipe and save money, get the ingredients from Aldi!

cookies and cream fudge recipe

Slow Cooker Fudge Flavours

I love making slow cooker fudge, which is why I have loads of different slow cooker fudge recipes and not just cookies and cream fudge. That being said I have made this recipe several times now, I took them to work and they lasted two hours! So if you’re looking to make brownie points at work, this fudge or any of the fudge recipes is a great place to start.

Take a look at some of the recipes below if you’re looking for more fudge recipes you can make at home.

Slow Cooker Mint Aero Fudge Recipe

I love this mint Aero fudge recipe. Aero is one of my favourite chocolates so this Aero fudge is to die for. It’s easy to make, you can’t really get an Aero dupe that tastes the same though, I find the Aldi version to be a little too strong and it makes me feel like I’m brushing my teeth. If you make this Aero fudge, let me know how you get on with it.

Slow Cooker Salted Caramel Fudge Recipe

If you love salted caramel recipes then you’ll love this slow cooker salted caramel chocolate fudge recipe. It’s a little more complex than the other fudge recipes I’ve got but it’s well worth making. Salted caramel is an acquired taste, my husband likes it a lot more than I do but it’s a nice little indulgent treat if you’re in the mood for something a little different.

Slow Cooker Creme Egg Fudge Recipe

This has to be one of my favourite easter recipes. This Cadbury creme egg fudge recipe is super easy to make and is so much better than an easter egg. Make some for the family and they’ll thank you. Why spend £10-£20 on an easter egg when you can spend £5 and make this fudge?

Slow Cooker Cookies and Cream Fudge Recipe Equipment

If you’re looking to make this cookies and cream fudge then you’re going to need some equipment and trust me having these bits is going to make your life so much easier if you love making fudge! This Oreo fudge recipe is so much easier to make if you have kitchen equipment like silicone moulds, silicone spatulas and obviously a decent slow cooker. Don’t get caught up too much on how big your slow cooker is, they all do the job and smaller ones can be easier to use.

Take a look at the affiliate links below if you’re looking to make this slow cooker Oreo fudge recipe. The links are affiliate links which means I will earn a tiny commission if you buy the items from my link and at no extra cost to you. This means I can make more recipes with the money I make and your support means the world to me. Now take a look at the bits below so you can make your own Oreo fudge!

Why Do Oreos Get Soft?

Oreos get soft when they are exposed to moisture. The cookies are made with a high amount of vegetable oil, which is susceptible to breaking down when it comes into contact with water. This process is called hydrolysis, and it causes the cookies to become soft and chewy. That’s why with this Oreo fudge I would suggest keeping them in an air tight container and eaten within 3 days otherwise the biscuits can get soft and not that nice to eat.

If you want to make your Oreos soft you can also microwave Oreos for a few seconds to soften them. This will cause the vegetable oil in the cookies to melt, which will make them more pliable. You can also dunk them in milk or other liquids.

Here are some of the factors that can affect how quickly Oreos get soft:

  • The amount of moisture in the air. The more humid the air, the faster the cookies will get soft.
  • The temperature of the air. Warm air can hold more moisture than cold air, so Oreos will get soft faster in warm weather.
  • The age of the cookies. Older cookies will be more likely to get soft than fresh cookies.
  • The way the cookies are stored. Oreos that are stored in an airtight container will stay crunchy longer than cookies that are stored in an open bag.

Oreo Fudge Recipe Slow Cooker

If you’re looking for an easy Oreo fudge recipe, you’ve found it. You’ll easily make 30 squares from this recipe and if you want to make smaller slices then you’ll get 40-50 slices from this recipe. That means if you have a party or want to take these to work, there’s enough for everyone. I’d love to know if you’ve made this cookies and cream fudge. What did you think of it, did you like it or maybe do anything different? Let me know in the comments!

If you make this slow cooker cookies and cream fudge why not upload a picture to Instagram and show me what you made? I love to see people making my bakes, it makes me want to make even more fun recipes! Tag me on any photos your upload to Instagram at Instagram Lousnews23.

Check out the Oreo fudge recipe card below and enjoy!

slow cooker oreo fudge recipe

Slow Cooker Oreo Fudge Recipe

Three Ingredient Oreo Fudge Recipe
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes
Cooling 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 55 minutes
Course Sweets & Treats
Cuisine British
Servings 30 Pieces
Calories 151 kcal


  • Slow Cooker
  • Silicone Spatula
  • Silicone Cake Mould


  • 400 g White Chocolate Broken up
  • 397 g Sweetened Condensed Milk 1 Tin
  • 14 Oreo Cookies Smashed up


  • Add the broken up white chocolate and condensed milk into the slow cooker. Set the slow cooker on low and stir every 10 minutes.
  • Once the chocolate and condensed milk are all melted and combined. Add the broken up Oreo Biscuits.
  • Empty the mixture into the silicone cake mould and place in the fridge until it has set.
  • Once set, cut into 30 even squares and enjoy.


*Prices correct as of July 2023
White Chocolate 500 g 2765 kcal £1.80
Condensed Milk 397 g 1304 kcal £1.00
Oreos / Aldi Dupe Belmont Cookies ‘N’ Cream Biscuits 14 Biscuits 469 kcal £0.45
TOTAL   4538 kcal £3.25
PER SERVING   151 kcal £0.11
Keyword Fudge

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