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Oreo Cookie Fudge!

I made this gorgeous, creamy fudge. Easy to make thanx to Jane’s excellent instructions and pictures.

Thank you 🙂




Jane's Patisserie

IMG_7550 I have often teased this recipe on my instagram page – and really its just a variation on my White Chocolate Clotted Cream Fudge recipe which I posted a while back. However, if you are looking for something with a bit more crunch too it, and you love Oreo’s – then this is the PERFECT sweet treat! Also – its so easy to make! I always thought fudge was a pain to make, but if you have a sugar thermometer then it is insanely easy!IMG_8195

This recipe will make a decent amount of fudgeI usually cut quite small squares and get about 30 pieces It will last in an airtight container for a few weeks! 


– 1 x 227g tub Rodda’s Cornish Clotted Cream
– 275g caster sugar
– 100g golden syrup
– 1/2 vanilla pod/vanilla essence
– 50g white chocolate, broken up
– 1x 154g packet of oreos…

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Fudgy Update

So I had some evaporated milk left over from when I made the fudge the other day, I didn’t want to chuck it down the sink so decided to make more fudge 😀

The fudge recipe I originally used called to not stir the fudge, this was to prevent any crystals from forming. However, the recipe I used this time did call for stirring and the results were amazing.


The fudge was super crumbly and as the sugar slightly burned on the bottom of the pan it was transformed from vanilla to a gorgeous caramel fudge.


My favourite fudge is from Totally Fudged and this resembled their salted caramel fudge bar the salt.

I decided to go for vanilla fudge, and used this recipe. I halved the quantities:
1)Place 250g castor sugar (I used Golden Castor),170g evaporated milk, 2 tablespoons of milk and a pinch of salt in a pan and heat over a medium heat until the sugar melts (this was a lot quicker than the granulated sugar used in the other recipe)
2) Bring to a boil then bring up to 240deg/’soft ball’ on your thermometer. Stirring frequently.
3) Once it reaches the desired temperature, take of the heat and add the butter and vanilla, leave for 10mins
4) Mix/whisk until it loses it glossy appearance and place in a lined tin and leave to cool