Triple Chocolate Cookie Fudge!

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Delicious and easy triple chocolate cookie fudge with a chocolate fudge base, stuffed with all the cookies you can!

I LOVE FUDGE.

I am officially declaring it – I am obsessed. I am constantly trying to find a new recipe for fudge to try with weird and wonderful flavours that taste AMAZING and this is definitely one of them.

Fudge recipes

Different to my other fudge recipes I have put up so far – white chocolate clotted cream fudge, and oreo cookie fudge – as they both use clotted cream, and you have to boil the liquid to 116ºc, but luckily with this recipe – none of that is involved!! It is so easy, and so delicious!

Don’t get me wrong, the other fudge is truly delicious, but I consider this new recipe to me cheats fudge in a sense, as all you have to do is melt the ingredients and combine it all!

‘Cheats’ fudge

So compared to the classic fudges I mentioned above, you can do what I prefer, and also absolutely adore – which is make ‘cheats’ fudge. Now, it’s not cheats fudge at all – but in comparison to a classic fudge, the level of ease to make this kind of fudge is insane. 

A fudge like this is actually a condensed milk fudge. To make these you require, obviously, a tin of condensed milk, and then a variety of different levels of chocolate depending on which one you use as a base. 

You can make basic fudges by melting chocolate and condensed milk together and adding all sorts – such as my lemon meringue fudge, biscoff fudge, or even my nutella fudge… there are so many. 

Chocolate

When it comes to this sort of fudge, you can’t just swap and change chocolate in my opinion. It works almost similarly to ganache where dark chocolate needs less chocolate, whereas white chocolate needs more. 

For this recipe I decided to use a combination of milk chocolate and dark chocolate so I had a delicious happy flavour balance in the middle where it wasn’t too sweet, and it wasn’t too bitter. 

If you wanted to use all dark chocolate you can use 500g of dark chocolate, whereas if you wanted all milk chocolate you can use 700g. But to be honest, its much better as it is in the recipe using both.  

Cookies

Yes this recipe makes a simple chocolate fudge I wanted to elevate it to a new level and involve something that will catch the eyes of people, and excite the tastebuds… the answer? Cookies.

Triple chocolate cookies, chocolate chip cookies, bakery cookies, homemade cookies… I used some cookies I had leftover from baking, but you could easily use cookies from the shop or a bakery, or whatever you liked!

The best part about the cookies I used was that they had 3 types of chocolate chips in, and were of a shortbread like texture so it suited the texture of the fudge PERFECTLY! 

You can basically shove in whatever you like to the weight and it’ll work! 

Tips & Tricks 

This recipe is super easy, and honestly I find the microwave easier but a pan works well on a low heat. 

I use this brownie tin to set my fudge in, or this square tin.

Fudge

  • 300 g milk chocolate
  • 300 g dark chocolate
  • 397 g condensed milk
  • 300-400 g cookies (chopped)

For the Fudge

  • Line a 7×10″ or 9×9″ with parchment paper.

  • Add the milk chocolate, dark chocolate and condensed milk to a large pan, and heat on a low heat. Stir frequently so that the chocolate doesn’t catch and burn.

  • Alternatively, do this in the microwave in short bursts!

  • Drop in 90% of the chopped cookies and quickly fold through.

  • Pour into your tin – sprinkle on the rest of the cookies!

  • Set in the fridge for 2+ hours until solid.

  • I used a mixture of larger longlife cookies, Maryland cookies and anything I had that was cookie like.
  • This will last in the fridge for 2 weeks+!
  • This can be frozen for 3+ months
  • This recipe has been updated, the original recipe was:
    • 400g milk chocolate
    • 397 condensed milk 
    • 25g butter
    • 100g icing sugar
    • 4 large bakery cookies 

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