Funfetti Golden Oreo Fudge

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Smooth, creamy, and super easy vanilla fudge filled with Golden Oreos and sprinkles.

Smooth, creamy, and super easy vanilla fudge filled with Golden Oreos and sprinkles!

I had the best weekend at home! It was my parents’ 40th anniversary and my sister was in town from St. Louis. I love it when the whole fam is together again; it only happens a couple times a year. We had a huge BBQ and I made key lime pie squares to celebrate. Besides a snafu with my credit card being stolen (such a nightmare!), it was absolutely perfect.

So… this fudge.

It’s been way too long since I posted a funfetti recipe.  Surely 6 days is long enough… right? Is has, however, been way too long since I’ve made fudge. Creamy, silky, melt-in-your mouth fudge. Super sweet in the best way possible.

Smooth, creamy, and super easy vanilla fudge filled with Golden Oreos and sprinkles!

I’m not the biggest fan of making fudge. I am, however, a HUGE fan of eating fudge. Making fudge can be really tricky and daunting – there’s candy thermometers, precise temperatures, sugar syrups, etc. While I love a smooth, decadent, classic fudge recipe, I prefer to make shortcut fudge. Especially when I’m tight on time. We’re talking bare minimum effort. Hardly any work involved. Melt stuff together and let it chill – that’s about it.

Sprinkles and Golden Oreos go together like carrots and peas, crackers and cheese, honey and bees. I secretly like the golden/vanilla version better than regular Oreos. Although the mint creme and birthday cake versions are up there as well. Oh! Has anyone tried the Lemon Twist Oreos yet?! There are so many flavors of Oreos, I can’t keep up.

You only need 7 ingredients to make today’s colorful fudge – 8 if you include the sprinkles. But sprinkles aren’t an ingredient; they’re a necessity. Duh. Sugar, butter, and evaporated milk are all boiled together for a few minutes.  No candy thermometer needed, just stir and allow to boil. That’s it. Then, grab some white chocolate chips and a bit of marshmallow creme (aka Fluff). Stir that in until smooth. That may be the hardest step because the Fluff is so darn thick. Lots of stirring! Get your arm muscles ready for a mini workout.

Smooth, creamy, and super easy vanilla fudge filled with Golden Oreos and sprinkles!

Next, add some vanilla extract and crumbled Oreos. Stir stir stir. Spread into a pan and top with more Oreos and a very generous amount of sprinkles. However many sprinkles you’re comfortable with. Surely I test my sprinkle limits over on Sally’s Baking Addiction.

Allow the fudge to chill for at least 3 hours. Ugh – I know, I hate waiting too. But if the end result is funfetti, it’s completely worth it. Cut the fudge squares however big or small you like. I prefer smaller squares because this stuff is pretty sweet like most fudge recipes. One or two small squares is enough for me – I don’t want my dentist pounding down my door. If you can muster up the generosity to share this divine fudge, it makes a wonderful gift for friends and family. Who doesn’t love Oreos and sprinkles?

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By the way, this fudge tastes like the cream filling of the actual Oreo. An entire fudge square of that glorious cream filling!! It’s mesmerizing.

Minimum amount of prep work involved, minimum amount of ingredients, and the end result is THIS amazingness? It’s dangerous how simple this funfetti-overloaded fudge is to make. Consider yourself warned.

  • Funfetti Golden Oreo Fudge
  • Funfetti Golden Oreo Fudge

Smooth and creamy vanilla fudge filled with Golden Oreos and sprinkles. Easy to prepare and even easier to eat!

Ingredients:

    • 1 and 1/2 cups (300g) granulated sugar
    • 6 Tablespoons (90g) unsalted butter
    • 1/3 cup evaporated milk (half of standard-size can) - not fat free
    • 1 cup marshmallow creme (aka Fluff)
    • 1 and 1/4 cups (225g) white chocolate chips
    • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 10-12 Golden Oreos
    • 1/4 cup (40g) sprinkles
    • 1 and 1/2 cups (300g) granulated sugar
    • 6 Tablespoons (90g) unsalted butter
    • 1/3 cup evaporated milk (half of standard-size can) - not fat free
    • 1 cup marshmallow creme (aka Fluff)
    • 1 and 1/4 cups (225g) white chocolate chips
    • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 10-12 Golden Oreos
    • 1/4 cup (40g) sprinkles

Directions:

    1. Line an 8x8 baking pan with aluminum foil. Set aside.
    2. Combine sugar, butter, and evaporated milk together in a small saucepan over medium heat. Stir constantly for 3 minutes or until the butter is completely melted. Turn the heat up to medium, then allow to boil for one minute. Mixture will be beige in color. Remove saucepan from heat and stir in the marshmallow creme and white chocolate chips. Stir until the chips are completely melted and the mixture is smooth-- there will be a lot of stirring. Add the vanilla extract and stir until combined.
    3. Crumble 5-6 Oreos and fold them into the fudge mixture. Spread into the prepared pan and top with 5-6 more crumbled Oreos and sprinkles. With the back of a spatula, gently press down on the Oreos and sprinkles to make them adhere to the top of the fudge.
    4. Chill the fudge in the refrigerator until set, at least 3-4 hours or even overnight. Cut into squares. Fudge remains fresh stored covered in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

    Make ahead tip/freezing: You can make this fudge 2-3 months in advance by freezing the fudge squares in a tupperware layered between parchment paper. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator before serving.

    1. Line an 8x8 baking pan with aluminum foil. Set aside.
    2. Combine sugar, butter, and evaporated milk together in a small saucepan over medium heat. Stir constantly for 3 minutes or until the butter is completely melted. Turn the heat up to medium, then allow to boil for one minute. Mixture will be beige in color. Remove saucepan from heat and stir in the marshmallow creme and white chocolate chips. Stir until the chips are completely melted and the mixture is smooth-- there will be a lot of stirring. Add the vanilla extract and stir until combined.
    3. Crumble 5-6 Oreos and fold them into the fudge mixture. Spread into the prepared pan and top with 5-6 more crumbled Oreos and sprinkles. With the back of a spatula, gently press down on the Oreos and sprinkles to make them adhere to the top of the fudge.
    4. Chill the fudge in the refrigerator until set, at least 3-4 hours or even overnight. Cut into squares. Fudge remains fresh stored covered in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

    Make ahead tip/freezing: You can make this fudge 2-3 months in advance by freezing the fudge squares in a tupperware layered between parchment paper. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator before serving.

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148 Comments

  1. Sounds like you had a lovely time with family. Kudos to your parents fr 40 years! My parents just celebrated their 40th last month…amazing role models!
    This fudge looks so good and seriously pretty!
    Love the new look of your blog. 🙂

    Ps love that dress!

    1. I’m not the *hugest* fan of fudge either. It’s too sweet, even for me! But small squares of this? Totally manageable.

  2. I love how you incorporated Oreos into this fudge. I have several birthday cake Oreos leftover from some truffles I made (and also a bunch of white choc, now that I think of it). I feel like there is no way I can avoid making this fudge!! Thanks for the inspiration. I can’t wait to get in the kitchen and try this!

  3. First of all, that first photo is absolutely GORGEOUS. Like photo perfection! Also, I am right there with you when it comes to fudge–love simple and easy and in small amounts, but totally worth it for those few bites! This look ridiculously good lady!

    1. Ari, you always notice photography first. And I love you for it! And yes, small amounts of fudge. You can’t eat too much of this fudge – your teeth would hurt lol

  4. I must confess I’ve never been the biggest fan of fudge unless it’s homemade from a candy shop or something. It also never looked like THIS fudge. I love golden Oreos (or any Oreos), and this just looks downright fun! I love that there’s marshmallow creme in it, too. Looks delicious!

    1. Oh the marshmallow creme makes it that much better Marcie! And I think you’d like this version. I am not the HUGEST fudge fan, but this stuff is g-o-o-d.

    1. Yes ma’am! Born and raised. I live in Baltimore currently, but plan to move back in a year or so. And KoP = heaven. 😉

  5. Sally, this fudge look di-vinnne! I love me some Golden Oreos and your stunning, colorful photographs make me want to run to the store, pick up the ingredients and make ASAP. I also had my credit card number stolen this weekend (hundreds of $$ were used on workout clothes and online dating – crazy!!). But I’m so glad you had a great weekend regardless of the issues! 🙂

    1. Cory, that is SO frustrating! Online dating and workout clothes? Terrible. I am so sorry to hear that! Hopefully it is all settled by now OR will be soon.

  6. What a pretty dress! I love the whole lace-overlay look. Plus that color is one of my favorites. I’m so sorry about your credit card and the nail, though! Those are both stressful problems. Fudge seems like a great de-stresser. 😉 Since you mention those lemon Oreos (which I haven’t tried, but I would love to), what about this fudge with those Oreos and lemon extract? Hmmm…sounds fun! 😀 I just bought some new sprinkles that are really just broken rock candy, but I’m SO excited for Christmas cookies with those little jewels on them!!

    1. Oh those sprinkles sound amazing – I have to find something like that! Perfect for holiday baking of course. And I love your idea of lemon extract + lemon Oreos. Genius, Caley. Like always!

  7. Aww Sally, what a gorgeous dress! You just might be prettier than all of the brides combined. 🙂 And oh man, I wish I had known you were making fudge while I was in Philly on Saturday! I would’ve skipped the baseball game if I could’ve stolen a few pieces. It was probably better than the ice cream sundae helmet I always get!

    1. ICe cream helmets! Oh I haven’t had one of those in so long. Probably not since I was about 10 or younger. 🙂 And thank you for the sweet comment about the dress Amy! xo

      1. You’re welcome Sally! 🙂 I collect those helmets, so I have a sundae at every stadium that offers them. I must have at least 15 different teams’ helmets by now!

  8. Yep, now I know what to make with these Oreos that I already grabbed at the store today! You are so creative…love these!
    That sucks about your card… some people, I swear!
    Love your new look over here! (I’m getting ready to change mine up once I’m situated with the kids being back in school.) I’ve been away from the blog world for (more than) a few days…
    YOu’re always amazing! Have a happy rest of your Monday!

    1. Hey Gloria! Thanks so much. I’m happy you like the redesign! And I can’t wait to see your new blog design. It’s stressful to have it changed over, so that’s great you are waiting until you have a bit more time on your hands!

    1. Ugh Dorothy the tire, the CC, and I even had a huge snafu with FedEx too. This was NOT my weekend. I had a few cocktails, that seemed to help remedy the bad luck. 😉

  9. PERFECT with a capital-P! The sprinkles, the creaminess of the white chocolatey fudge, the oreos.. I am dying! It almost makes up for the fact that I bought all those kids shoes on your credit card. (Seriously?! People need a kick to the eye socket).

    And did I mention how much I LOVE your new site?!

    1. Thanks so much Hayley!! I laughed so hard reading your FB comment. Hilarious. But seriously – so many shoes. And I’m glad you like to new design! thanks girl. xo

  10. So much to say! 1 . I miss our days at KOP together. 2. Happy anniversary to your parents. 3. Hi Sarah! 4. THIS LOOKS DELIiOUS. Who doesn’t love Oreos? 5.. Love the new layout.

    Xoxo

    1. Katy!!! I miss our KoP days too. Have you been there lately? Everything is different and there are so many new stores, just like within the past year! I’ll tell Sarah you say hi! xoxo

  11. Another absolutely beautiful, delicious treat from Sally! Love it. I’ve never seen golden oreos for sale here in Australia but I’ll definitely make this with the chocolate ones (or other vanilla-ish sandwich cookies). Yum! Thanks lovely x

    1. Hey Laura! This fudge would be incredible with the regular Oreos. Or any other vanilla sandwich cookie. Sounds delicious!

  12. This is the perfect fudge to drown stolen credit card sorrows in. Seriously I can’t believe people!!! I love all the Oreo and sprinkle goodness going on in these creamy fudge!!! And that dress? Absolutely gorgeous!!!!

  13. Love the dress! Really nice colour Sally! Thanks for publishing your recipes in grams too lately, it’s a huge help for those of us on the other side of the ocean!! I do have American measuring cups for baking, but it’s so much easier this way to be able to actually make the recipes! We don’t have golden Oreos in Spain, just the regular ones… isn’t that soooo very unfair??? Love allll of your postings!

    1. Hi Ana! So glad adding gram measurements to my recipes has been helpful lately. I’m glad! What a bummer you don’t have Golden Oreos over there. 🙁 Regular Oreos would be just fine though!

  14. I feel for you with your credit card…one time someone charged a $3000 water purifier to my credit card. Luckily I go the money back but I still get a Christmas card from the water purifier company every year… kind of like a taunting reminder that my card was stolen 😛
    This fudge looks so bright and cheery and delicious! I have never had golden Oreos before, but I always liked the vanilla Girl Guide cookies better than the chocolate so I should give them a try 🙂

    1. Oh Denise – what a nightmare!! I am so sorry to hear about your card and recurring reminder each Christmas! You have to try the golden oreos – so delicious, especially in fudge!

  15. Love love love the kop mall. This fudge looks amazing, I am on vacation in edinburgh right now and just bought some amazing fudge, but Ill have to try and recreate it at home. I bought a rocky road flavor…amazingg.

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