Cookies & Cream Chocolate Fudge is a decadent, rich, and uniquely flavored dessert combination that you didn’t know you needed.
There are just a few ingredients and a short prep time for delicious fudge!
KISSES® Cookies & Cream Chocolate Fudge
For many years now, I’ve made cookie and candy trays for the holidays for my neighbors and friends. It’s just I tradition I began as a nod to a neighbor of mine when I was growing up. She brought my family a tray of cookies and fudge every year. Even though my mom made holiday treats, there was something about getting that tray once a year that was so special.
You’ll also enjoy this chocolate dip with cocoa powder for holiday parties.
The addition of Hershey Kisses in fudge not only makes it a perfect recipe for a treat tray but also introduces a fun pop of color and a wonderful contrast in texture.
4 Ingredient Chocolate Fudge
Holidays are stressful enough without having to stress about making a dessert or food gift. This recipe is a make-ahead treat that’s simple. It’s always appreciated by the recipient!
I want to give someone a special memory, so I make the cookie and candy trays. It takes me almost all day to make and package the candy then the boys deliver the trays.
Click over and check out this recipe for 15 Easy Sugar, Butter, & Chocolate Christmas Cookies You Need on Hand During the Holidays. It’s a great resource to have.
Here’s what you’ll need
The full recipe with ingredient amounts and instructions is at the bottom of this post. You can save a tree and the recipe to your personal and private recipe box here on Call Me PMc. This way, you’ll never misplace it.
- 18 ounces milk or dark chocolate candy melts or chocolate chips. You can mix dark, semi sweet, and milk chocolate if you prefer.
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk. You can use low-fat or fat-free for this recipe.
- 1 cup KISSES® Cookies & Cream chocolate coarsely chopped. Or any chocolate candy or kisses that you like.
- 1 cup chocolate wafers, chocolate graham crackers, or pretzels coarsely broken.
I include fudge because it’s so very easy to make and almost everyone loves fudge. Just be conscious of adding nuts to treats you share. It’s always a good idea to put a brief ingredient list or disclaimer if you add an ingredient that a lot of people are allergic to.
Cookie and candy tray ideas
These are some items that I include in my trays.
- 3 Ingredient Peppermint Fudge
- Five Minute Dark Chocolate Fudge
- Rainbow chip fudge
- Peanut butter fudge
- Peppermint fudge
- Nutella fudge
- Cookie butter fudge
- Fudge cookies
- Chew Molasses & Ginger Cookies
- Original Quaker Oatmeal Raisin cookies
- Lemon Cookies
- Secret Kiss cookies
- Peppermint truffles
- Martha Washington candy
- Cookie butter truffles
- Chocolate chip cookie dough truffles
- Cheesy Ranch Ritz Bits
- Boy Scout snack mix
- White chocolate peppermint mix
- Firecracker Cheez-its
- Cheese straws
I updated this post from an earlier version dated November 25, 2013. I made new photos and simplified the recipe instructions.
KISSES® Cookies & Cream Chocolate Fudge
Want to save recipes? Create an account or login & then you can use the “Save Recipe” button when viewing a recipe to save it to your Recipe Box. You can access your saved recipes on any device and generate a shopping list for recipes in your collections.Save To Your Recipe Box
- 18 ounces milk chocolate candy melts or chips
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk
- 1 cup KISSES® Cookies & Cream chocolate coarsely chopped
- 1 cup chocolate wafers or chocolate graham crackers coarsely broken
- Line an 8×8 inch baking pan with parchment paper.
- In a double boiler, add chocolate and milk. Bring water to a boil and melt chocolate. Stir constantly. When chocolate is completely melted and smooth, remove from heat.
- Stir in chocolate wafers. Fold in KISSES® Cookies & Cream chocolate. Pour into prepared 8×8 pan and smooth top.
- Chill for at least two hours. You can chill in the refrigerator or counter, just allow it plenty of time to set and become firm. Fudge slices better when it cold, but you may want to bring it to room temperature to serve. (I personally like it room temperature, but my husband prefers it cold! )