Last week I finished writing and editing my latest Thermomix cookbook A Tex Mex Fiesta, so I celebrated by making some desserts. I made a layered oreo cheesecake for my son's, girlfriend's 21st birthday, and an oreo layered trifle for a Bon Voyage BBQ for my dad. Dad is setting out on an epic adventure. He will be riding a motor bike from Alaska, through the US into Mexico and through South America. He is 71 years old! I won't say that number too loudly because I think he may have forgotten to age... so I probably shouldn't remind him.
I didn't get a chance to photograph either of the desserts I made. So now, I've decided to make an oreo fudge too. I'm sure you must be thinking that I have some kind of oreo fetish but it's not the case. My family don't really eat desserts but they like oreo's so I'm giving them one more oreo dessert before I had back into the world of savouries.
Thermomix Oreo Fudge
- 170 gm Cadbury Dream White Chocolate
- 395 gm Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 220 gm white caster sugar
- 125 gm butter
- 40 gm glucose
- 4 teaspoon vanilla bean paste
- 1 pkt Original Oreo cookies broken in quarters
- 20 mini Oreo cookies for decorating
- Line a slice tray with baking paper.
- Place the white chocolate in TM bowl. Blitz 5sec/Speed 9. Reserve the chocolate for later use.
- Add condensed milk, chopped butter, sugar, and glucose syrup to TM Bowl. Cook for 8mins/100C/Speed 3 (MC OUT).
- Scrape down the bowl being careful not to drip any condensation into the fudge.
- Cook for a further 16mins/Varoma/Speed 3 (MC OUT).
- Add the chopped chocolate, crushed oreo cookies and vanilla to the TM Bowl. Combine 20secs/Speed 4.
- Repeat this process until the chocolate has melted and is combined.
- Pour the fudge into the prepared tray.
- Decorate the top of the fudge with mini Oreo cookies then, refrigerate until set.
- Slice the fudge into squares.
The reason I chose to make an oreo fudge is that my kids love fudge! Plus I can sneak a piece into their school lunchbox. I know, fudge is packed with sugar... but it's a sometimes food. In my defence, I cut the fudge into small pieces and we rarely eat sweets.
I've previously shared my salted caramel fudge recipe and my vanilla bean fudge. This fudge is a little different as it has lovely pieces of crunchy oreo cookies in the creamy fudge. I find it very satisfying making fudge as it's super simple in the Thermomix and the results are perfect every time. Maximum satisfaction for minimum effort.
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