Yeah for Oreo Fudges! The bites are not only super easy to make but also perfect portions to eat in one bite.
I prefer my desserts to be healthy, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t make recipes containing cookies or other stuff. These fudges are totally refined sugar-free and healthy. If you want so, the oreos might not be the cleanest food on earth. As a follower from Instagram told me, Trader Joe’s now sells some „healthier“ Oreo style Cookies. I haven’t tried them yet and used „normal“ Oreos in my recipe. All about balance right? I mean at least it is a dessert and I claim it is so much healthier than any store bought chocolate sweets.
In the recipe below you see the version with cashews. I know cashews are quite pricey and therefore I made a version where I substituted them with coconut cream. Means you simple use the whole can of your coconut milk. The treats will have a little bit more Ice Cream style but I like both versions.
- 1½ cups cashews, soaked overnight
- ⅓ cacao butter, melted
- ⅓ cup coconut cream
- ½ cup rice malt syrup
- ¼ cup water
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 oreo cookies
- Drain cashews and place in food processor with cacao butter, coconut cream, rice malt syrup, water, vanilla and process until very smooth.
- Add cookies and process at low speed.
- Pour ⅓ in a rectangular tin, place the Oreos randomly
- Pour over the rest of the mixture and freeze for at least 3 hours
These Oreo fudge squares look amazing! I love that they’re only made of cashews, coconut and cacao butter!
Hi! Do you think I could substitute macadamia nuts for cashews as I’m allergic to cashews?
I think this should work perfectly 🙂 let me know I am curious!
As I’m looking at the recipe it says „174 water“ can you please clarify how much water is to be used? Thanks! They look amazing!
I love people like you! This was a typo and should be / instead of 7 so 1/4 cup ????
But ordinary Oreo cookies are not vegan((( do you use ordinary ones in this recipe?
No I ordered the vegan ones