Cake Batter Oreo Fudge; because sometimes you need to eat lettuce and cry yourself to sleep night after night. Then there are times when you just need to shove some fat kid food in your face.

Cake Batter Oreo Fudge | Kita Roberts

Right now, I’m trying to find a happy medium. We have decided to start a ‘program’ – you know, wake up early, sweat your ass off, eat better, run faster, jump higher sort of thing. I’m not sure I can handle it, but who knows. All so we can be a smidgen faster on the bikes (which really doesn’t matter as long as you are still crashing into trees. Yeah, I’m hardcore).

The problem with rolling out of bed before the sun comes up and kicking my own ass, is that I get hungry. Stupid hungry. For the rest. of. the. day. Which rather defeats the point. I get all the healthy benefits, metabolism kicked up and what not. But, I could seriously chew my arm off. And when you work til close in retail, that means you pig out when you get home or on Fish McBites when no ones looking (gross). Not good. Even on my best days, I try to bring soup or grab a healthy spinach salad and I could still kill a container of hummus, a candy bar, and a bag of tortilla chips before the end of my shift then shamefully head out to Taco Tuesday after I close.  Seriously, not working.

So I make some Oreo Fudge instead…

So, on days when eating like a bunny doesn’t cut it, things like this happen. And they are glorious. Please, Ignore my guilt as I head back to the gym. 

Cake Batter Oreo Fudge | Kita Roberts

If you’ve tried this Cake Batter Oreo Fudge recipe, or any other recipe on please don’t forget to rate the recipe and let me know where you found it in the comments below. I love hearing from you! You can also follow along for more good eats and travel tips on Instagram @passthesushi & @girlcarnivoreTwitter Facebook.

Cake Batter Oreo Fudge | Kita Roberts

Cake Batter Oreo Fudge

Adapted from
No ratings yet
Print Pin Rate
Author: Kita Roberts
4 hours 10 minutes
Serves: 10


  • 1 cup dry funfetti cake batter from mix/box
  • 3/4 cup butter
  • 14.05 oz sweetened condensed milk
  • 24 oz white chocolate morsels
  • 7 oz marshmallow cream
  • 3 cups crushed 'Birthday' Oreos - about 25 cookies, divided
  • 1/2 cup of rainbow sprinkles


  • Line a 9" baking pan with aluminum foil and grease.
  • In a medium saucepan combine the cake batter, butter, and sweetened condensed milk over medium-high heat. 
  • Bring to a boil and cook for 3 minutes, stirring constantly. 
  • Remove from heat and stir in the white chocolate, marshmallow cream and 2 cups of the crushed Oreos. 
  • Keep stirring until everything is melted together (obviously the cookies won't be melted).
  • Pour the mixture into the prepared pan and cover with the remaining cookies and sprinkles - pressing gently into the fudge. 
  • Cover and chill until firm, at least 4 hours.
  • Lift from the pan and cut into small bite sized pieces. Indulge


*if there are no Birthday Oreo's on the shelves of your local market, leave, they suck. If there are none on the shelves after a three store search, substitute with classic Oreo's and extra sprinkles.

Nutritional informations provided as a courtesy and is only an approximatation. Values will changes based on ingredients used.

⭐ Tried this recipe? Rate it ⭐

Help out the next person and give it a star rating below!

Cake Batter Oreo Fudge | Kita Roberts


  1. I totally understand where you’re at right now! I’m training for a half marathon and after a morning run I’m starved all day! Fudge would help with the hunger and sugar is good for your brain 🙂

  2. I prefer to work out in the morning, because it’s over and I don’t have to think about it the rest of the day. But waking up before the sun comes up is difficult for me, and most of the group fitness classes I like to go to are in the evenings. But when I used to work out in the AM I had teh same problem of feeling starved all day!

  3. I’m debating whether I should show this recipe to Liv… she is a funfetti-aholic! She’s still in those lucky years where she doesn’t have to worry about the gym…
    Pure awesomeness!

  4. OMG – that looks so good!!! I bet that would be as addictive as the damn Brownie Brittle.

  5. Oh my! These look amazing!! Have been thinking a lot about fudge lately…. It’s a bit hard to forget when Cake Batter Oreo Fudge appears on my twitter feed! Love it!!

  6. Whoa nelly… I am all about the fat kid food (except not that whole exercising part lol) and this is definitely speaking to me. Good job Kita … way to add a little more junk to my trunk, THANKS 😉


  8. Welcome to the lovely world of being healthy haha. Truth be told I have days like that too where I could, no joke, eat and entire bag of chips or entire pizza by myself. I find the more protein I eat, the more full I stay. I do like my bunny food but sometimes that fat kid just won’t shit it.

    Your goodies here are almost too much to bare (I haven’t had a sweet thing since Valentine’s because of Lent)!

  9. What did you make? Fudge! Oreo Fudge! Oh, my inner fat kid is crying out for this. And here I was doing pretty good. That stops now.

  10. While you’re training just send all the bad stuff to me. I’ll totally make good use of it.

  11. HA! Well, balance is a good thing. We need the yin and the yang. I would say this is the yang, right? Not sure what that even means. Well, they just look freakin’ awesome!

  12. This is absolutely perfect. I’m dieting now, which sucks hardcore. I think I’m going to go walk the mall so I can justify a huge chunk of this!!

  13. Yep, exercise in the morning does have a tendency to rev up that metabolism…which is worth it, in my opinion, to get to eat THIS! 🙂

  14. G’day Kita! Your photo looks so fun, true!
    I have such special fond memories of Oreos and your post today made me smile like I was 5 again too!
    Cheers! Joanne
    Viewed as part of Candy Recipe Round Up by Cravings of a Lunatic

    1. Awww thank you for coming over and commenting. I am glad I could make you smile. Thank you for hoping over from Kim’s site 😀

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating