So today we’re talking about things you can make with 3 ingredients, in 5 minutes.
That must mean we’re talking about this Cookies & Cream Fudge?
Oh good, I’m in the right place.
And yes, you read that right – 3 ingredients and 5 minutes (plus chilling time, but really, you can chill for that time too, so let’s not count it in our figuring). It’s no bake, it’s easy to love, you only need a small piece to get your sweet fix, and there are Oreos. Win.
My kids loved this, I loved this, friends loved this…sweetened condensed milk works it’s magic yet again. I’m telling you, that stuff makes things amazing – wait till I tell you about the granola bars I made with it. This is lazy-man’s (woman’s) fudge, with no candy thermometer, no actual candy making, no time-consuming process with plenty of room for error (check back on the first of October for THAT kind of fudge). Despite the incredible simplicity, the sweetened condensed milk keeps it the perfect creamy fudge texture, and the oreos…well, I think you know how I feel about oreos.
It’s Saturday – I know you have 5 minutes. I hope you also have these 3 ingredients.
Do you have any 5 minute, 3 ingredient recipes you can share with me? I like this style :)
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 3 cups chopped white chocolate or white chocolate chips
- 15 Oreos, roughly chopped (I used double-stuf...why do they even make regular-stuf?!)
- Line an 8x8" pan with a big enough piece of parchment paper or wax paper so that it overhangs the edges.
- In large bowl, microwave white chocolate and sweetened condensed milk for 45 seconds, stir, then continue heating in 20-30 second increments, stirring after each increment, until completely melted and smooth. Make sure there is NO moisture/dampness on your bowl or spoon, or the chocolate will seize into a hard lump.
- Once melted, stir half the chopped Oreo pieces into the mixture. Spread evenly in prepared dish and top with remaining chopped Oreos, pressing down with your hands to make the top as smooth as possible.
- Refrigerate overnight (or at least 8 hours) before removing from pan using overhanging paper - lift the whole thing out, transfer to a cutting board, and cut into 1" squares.
- Store in an airtight container in the fridge.
*Source: Barely adapted from Kirbie’s Cravings.