Red Hot Oreo Fudge

Red Hot Oreo Fudge - two layers of fudge mixed with Oreo chunks and red hot candies #fudge #Oreo #redhots

Today is a super fun day!
You get Red Hot Oreo Fudge…
AND you get directed to 5 other amazing blogs
with more yummy fudge recipes!!!
Just in time for Valentines Day too!
You would think we planned it that way or something:-)
The fudge hop links are at the bottom.
Don’t worry, we will get to them…I promise!!!
But first let’s talk about red hots.
I don’t know why, but when I think of red hots
it reminds me of Valentines.
Can I tell you a secret?
I don’t really like red hots (unless it is in this jello)…
but I discovered that if you melt red hots into vanilla frosting
it turns into a yummy, slightly cinnamony goodness
that is hard to resist!
Believe me I know…because I didn’t resist it very well:-)
It is super easy to make because it only takes 2 ingredients.
I love no fail fudge.
(mostly because I can’t get the real stuff to set up)

Melt the chips…melt the frosting…chill.
Yummy fudge in less than 30 minutes.
Now that’s my kind of fudge!!!
This is technically 4 ingredient fudge
because I added cookies and candies,
but still super easy to make…
and to eat:-)
My biggest advice about this fudge…
use a food processor to crush the red hots if you have one.
I put mine in plastic baggies and
tried to smash the crap out of it with a wooden spoon.
Did you know red hots are super hard?
It took a lot of effort to crush them.
But once I tasted the fudge it was well worth the muscle
I had to put into it.
See how pretty it looks?
Believe me…
it tasted as good as it looks too:-)
Tasted because mine is all gone…that makes me kind of sad.
I’d say it is time to check out some new fudge recipes:-)
Red Hot Oreo Fudge - two layers of fudge mixed with Oreo chunks and red hot candies #fudge #Oreo #redhots
Now for the fun part of the Party…
heading to the other blogs and seeing more fudge.
Be prepared to drool A LOT!!!
These 5 girls are some of my most favorite food bloggers!!!
I love reading their blogs
and seeing the yummy treats they come up with.
And they are all sweet as can be! (the girls, not the fudge)
You are going to love them as much as I do!!!
Red Hot Oreo Fudge

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Yield: about 50 squares of fudge

Red Hot Oreo Fudge

Two layers of chocolate and vanilla fudge with Oreo chunks and red hot candies mixed in.


For the Oreo Fudge
1 can chocolate frosting
1 bag chocolate chips
10 oreos, crunched
For the Red Hot Fudge
1 can vanilla frosting
1 bag white chocolate chips
1/2 c. red hots, crushed


  1. Line an 8x8 pan with wax paper and spray lightly with non stick cooking spray.
  2. In a saucepan over low heat, melt the chocolate chips. Stir until melted. Stir in the chocolate frosting and continue stirring until melted and creamy. Stir in the cookie crumbles. Pour into the lined pan. Refrigerate for 10 minutes or until set.
  3. In a saucepan over low heat, melt the white chocolate chips. Stir until melted. Stir in the vanilla frosting and continue stirring until melted and creamy. Stir in the crushed red hots. Stir a few minutes while the red hots melt and turn your fudge a pretty pink. Pour on top of the chocolate oreo fudge and let set on the counter for 10 minutes. Top with sprinkles and place in the fridge to set up completely.
  4. Let the fudge come to room temperature before cutting into squares.
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  1. says

    Yeah for fudge hopping! And, um, I know our flavors of fudge our different, but it cracks me up that the fudge itself LOOKS similar. Twins!

    And, yeah for your recipage share bar to work!!!

  2. says

    I’m exactly the same way! I hate red hots– but when they’re all melted into something it’s SO good!! My husbands family melts them into Apple Cider every Halloween– it’s awesome :)

    Thanks for the Hop idea!!! Loving it :)

  3. says

    That is the prettiest thing ever! I also am not a huge fan of red hots – but I love that tip about melting them into something. I think I could eat that whole batch of fudge. :) Thanks for inviting me to the hop – I had so much fun!

  4. says

    That fudge is so pretty! I love it with the little hearts. Thanks so much for the blog hop invite-I love all these ladies and it was fun. We should do it again ever so often!

  5. says

    Mm, I love Red Hots but they are a pain to smash. However, it looks like your hard work paid off because this fudge looks awesome! I love the adorable heart adornment on top :)

  6. says

    Your fudge looks so outrageously delicious and cure. Yes, this fudge looks cute:) i love red hots and cinnamon. Will try this one soon!

    Saw you on Sweets for Saturday and the Weekend Potluck!


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