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  1. Leah

    looks delicious Hannah, can you please send some my way??? 😀
    Im not a fan of Oreo’s, but I will take them plain, doesn’t bother me!!!

  2. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    I will accept your brief pause from your Melbourne escapades because this fudge looks soooo naughty. When I want to misbehave this will be the ticket. It reminds me of when I’d have peaunt butter schmeared on an oreo as a treat.

  3. Evan Thomas

    Alton Brown is a genius for his microwave peanut butter fudge recipe(and other reasons, but mostly that). I’ve made it countless times. I’m overdue for another batch.

  4. Sig

    You are very very mean to post this when I am trying to quit sugar. I can just taste it now….ohhhhhh *droooool* nom nom nom.

    I think the lack of sugar has fuzzled my brain.

    People, make this fudge stat! But don’t tell me you’re making it. But send pictures.

  5. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Wow Hannye T-West, I’m amazed at the restraint you showed in only using 5 oreos to top this. It wouldn’t have even crossed my mind to not use the whole bag. Guess I just lost at “Spot the American,” naturally I was too busy polishing my shotgun while watching celebrity reality shows to notice we were playing. 😉

  6. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Traditionally I don’t like fudge, but I might like *this* fudge. Your mention of freezing also brought to my attention that I suspect I would like fudge very much if I had it from the freezer.

    (Sometimes all foods need is a change of temperature for me to go from dislike to like in an instant.)

    I hope those return-to-home thuds get less thud-like in a hurry. And that you find a gorgeous, fun, chocolate and book-loving flatmate!

  7. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Your fudge looks like professionaly manufactured. 🙂

    Let me tell you I’ve never eaten a single Oreo cookie in my entire life. Okay, this is quite due to not eating wheat anymore, and recuding sugar to the minimum. But even without that, I wonder if I’d voluntarily come to feel like eating an Oreo (and then eat it). The reason is that Oreos are so black-and-white, and the contrast is so hard. This somewhat distubs me because it’s nothing I associate with food. Okay, there are white foods like milk or yoghurt, and black foods like … well, I’ve seen sepia-ink colored pasta once. (But I couldn’t eat it, it looked too disturbing.) I’ve never seen the two together, though. I can very well imagine a cookie to be light or middle or dark brown, probably even yellow or orange (yay food colering! :D), but not black-and-white.

    Do Oreos taste like coconut, btw?

  8. Emma

    Oh man do I love Oreos. They’re so dangerous to have around. Luckily, I don’t like peanut butter-flavored things. Not so dangerous. But I just received a lovely rectangle of fudge in the mail from my mum yesterday. It was chocolate, and there were Snickers bars involved. Oh ya. Yum.

    I would be your roommate. I’m sorry I’m moving to the middle of nowhere instead (next week).

  9. beti

    mmmm this fudge looks specially good, the oreos on top make it even better

  10. Johanna GGG

    oh that fudge looks so good – a lotta sugar but all in a good cause – your comment about eating it with coffee makes me realise that I am at a disadvantage as a non-coffee drinker when it comes to sweet food

  11. leaf (the indolent cook)

    They look amazing! But now I am sad because there is a lack of fudge in my freezer.

  12. Alisa

    Oh you naughty, naughty temptress you. I got a massive sugar high and crash (when I realized I didn’t have any to eat) just reading and drooling over this post! I mean seriously, you had me at peanut butter fudge, but then you had to go topping it with Oreos, didn’t you?

  13. Lou

    I used to LOVE fudge as a kid… these days I can’t really handle the sugar but in my hometown there’s a place called the “Fudge Cottage.” It’s an early 1900s original cottage where they make fudge and all the employees dress up in old school clothes… think long lace skirts, gingham pinnies, frilly caps…. the guys wear suspenders and top hats. It’s so cute, and there fudge is amazing (they have free samples EVERYWHERE!) I think you would dig it…. I do have a soft spot for oreos, or anything cookies + crea, 🙂

  14. theresa

    Recipes like this one (and all those mug cake recipes) make me want a microwave. But this one is stove-able! I want to make this fudge really very badly.

  15. Libby

    That is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen!

    Marty has half a jar of coconut oil that desperately needs to be used up so this recipe would definitely come in handy. Yummo!

  16. Catherine

    This is pure sin! Where do you find these recipes? I have homework for next week!

  17. Louise

    Every post needs one nay sayer doesn’t it? While I’m vaguely interested in the peanut butter fudge, I know myself well enough to know that the oreo bit isn’t for me. I like my peanut butter thick on nice fresh bread, with lots of lovely Danish butter. Oh oh, now I’m going to have to leave the house today aren’t I? Did anyone say lunch?

  18. Agnes

    Oh, you had me until you said they were super sweet. If *you* think they were too sweet, then I’m scared. :p

  19. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    My kingdom for a piece of this fudge pretty please spay lady! 😀

  20. msihua

    Next time when you stay with me, please bring a batch of these too. thankyouverymuch. And I want more kale chips!!!

  21. Tammy

    Hmmm. Probably have some fudge eaters in my house but I’m not going to test it. Would rather soak in a cup of cappuccino from your Melbourne expeditions.

  22. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    oh my – how very delicious indeed!

  23. Hannah

    …I’m kind of at a loss for how to describe just how awesome this looks. Although I’m also imagining it with peanut butter-filled sandwich cookies just to make it totally ridiculous. Wonderful!

  24. Eleanor@eatinglikeahorse

    I’ll come and be your housemate. I know commuting to southeast England every day might be a bit on the tricky side but I think I could cope… and if there’s fudge like that on offer, I’m definitely there!

  25. hungryandfrozen

    All that icing sugar made my blood roil like black coffee! But I can’t deny how amahzing this sounds. I love The Peanut Butter.

    I’ll be your housemate! Oh wait, I can’t. *pouts petulantly* *smiles at the alliteration*

  26. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Oh. My gawd. Yum.

    I have a better idea – you come here and room with MEEE!

  27. juniakk

    i’ve actually never tried pb fudge before, but I’M SURE i would love it. you just can’t go wrong with peanut butter…

  28. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    HAH genius opening line, Hannye!

    Despite my rollicking sweet tooth, I’m not really one for fudge BUT I bet this would taste superb with some dark dark coffee, as you said.

  29. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    damn, lady! I want 64 squares of this stat. SO impressive. But I’m not surprised. Clearly you’re amazing.
    Heidi xo

  30. Richa@HobbyandMore

    oooh i would love some of those.. oreo topped fudgeies! i’d probably make my own oreos and then the fudge! i have probably had like 2 oreos and i couldnt take the crazy sweet cream. but i love the way they look!

  31. Ashley

    Oh my gosh….peanut butter is one thing, but with oreos? Hell to the yesss!!! 😀

    1. Ashley

      *cue random gangsta beatboxing in the background*

  32. Nic@diningwithastud

    Oh Em Gee!!!! Is there any left?? WANTS!!! *drool*

  33. Camille

    I laughed out loud at that line about the coffee. And then I read it aloud to my husband, who suggested I make fudge for the restaurant. I said I’d better not, because the last time I made something silly and junky and way too sweet, it was rice krispie treats ( of which I know you are also an aficionado) and now I want them every day, even though I just made them last week for the super bowl, and took so many samples while I was cutting them that I nearly made myself sick. Anyway, I just thought you’d like that story. Please pardon any weird typos, the iPad has a mind of its own.

    1. whisperinggums

      Oh this made me laugh Camille … I love my iPad but typing on it is the bane of my life. Too often I miss some “correction” it has made and off goes another bit of nonsense into cyberspace.