Start Things Off
To start, you want to find a 397-gram tin of condensed milk and 500 grams of white chocolate. Mix the two in a heatproof bowl. Place this on top of a pan that contains barely simmering water. You want to ensure you heat this gently until the chocolate is all melted and the mixture has turned into a smooth consistency. Don’t get too carried away – you still need the secret ingredient.
Add The Secret Ingredient
Ok, adding Oreos to three-ingredient Oreo fudge might not be such a secret ingredient, but it’s one you don’t want to miss if you want things to turn out for the best. Take a 154-gram pack of Oreos and chop them roughly into chunks. Then, scrape around three-quarters of these cookies into the mixture and stir until they are evenly distributed throughout.
Enjoy Your Work
Line an eight-inch tin with baking parchment. Then, scrape your fudge mixture into the tin and spread it out with a spatula until it’s even. Try to be as quick as possible, so it doesn’t start to set. Finally, sprinkle over the remaining Oreos and place in the refrigerator for two hours until it’s set. You’re then free to lift out your three-ingredient Oreo fudge and cut it however you like to serve.
Be sure to keep your three-ingredient Oreo fudge in an airtight container to keep them fresh and be sure to finish eating your creation within a week – not that it will be hard. It might be easy, but that doesn’t make this recipe any less delicious.