Cookie Butter Fudge Recipe

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It’s FUDGE SEASOOOOON! If we were in the same room I’d like to think that we would all yell that declaration Oprah style and high-five because this is EXCITING stuff. Is there anything better than throwing a bunch of rich, creamy, chocolatey, maybe nutty, maybe pepperminty, definitely delicious flavors together to create little squares of decadence? The answer is no, NOTHING. I love this season. So, today I am sharing THE fudge recipe you have to try. It is by far the easiest fudge recipe I have ever made, requires only 3-5 ingredients (depending on how fancy you are feeling), and the flavor and texture are PERFECT. It’s a recipe for Cookie Butter Fudge!

If you haven’t tried cookie butter, it is a peanut-butter-like spread, but instead of peanuts being the main ingredient, COOKIES (Speculoos, to be exact) are the main ingredient. You can find this jar of goodness at nearly any grocery store in a number of different brands, and all of them are great because, cookies. Then, all this recipe requires is that you melt it with a little chocolate and white chocolate chips in the microwave (I TOLD you it was the easiest), and BOOM, you are hereby the king/queen of fudge.

These babies are a unique take on a classic with wonderful flavors, making them perfect for packaging up and taking to neighbors/friends/coworkers/teachers, especially if you are wanting them to love you for life. Plus, today we are teaming up with Rubbermaid TakeAlongs, the perfect containers for special holiday deliveries, showing you the easiest and most delicious way to spread cheer. Here’s how we did it:


(Recipe adapted from About Food)

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Once your fudge is set, cut them up and take in the deliciousness. Those swirls of chocolate and cookie butter are just about the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. (I get really emotional over fudge. This shouldn’t be a surprise.)

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I loved adding the crushed up cookies to the top of the fudge. It adds a really nice texture and crunch, and the extra cookies are a perfect fudge-making snack. All the stirring can really take it out of you, you know?

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Once the fudge is all cut into little squares of heaven, it’s time to package them up and spread the joy!  Rubbermaid TakeAlongs are the perfect way to house your delicious holiday meals/snacks, share them and celebrate the season of giving. Plus, Holiday TakeAlongs come in limited edition red, green and prints for the holidays making your treats instantly more festive.

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Find your festive Rubbermaid TakeAlongs at Walmart! (But hurry, they are only available for a limited time!) And for more holiday inspiration with Rubbermaid visit here!


What’s your favorite holiday fudge recipe? Share! Share!

ox. Liz

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  • KarlyDecember 6, 2016 - 9:16 am

    I swear there’s crack in cookie butter. Or magic. I mean, that’s really the only way to explain the effect it has on me! I am DYING over this fudge! Looks amazing!ReplyCancel

  • DeniseDecember 7, 2016 - 9:13 am

    I want to be the queen of fudge!! And I will be with this recipe! It looks amazing and it probably won’t last more than a day in this house! [client]ReplyCancel