Skip to Content

Cookie Monster Fudge

Sharing is caring!

Cookie Monster fudge is super cute, fun, and easy to make. This simple fudge recipe is the perfect no bake dessert to share!

One of the reasons I love making fudge recipes is the fact that they’re so easy and there is so much variety. There’s something for everyone…literally. We have everything from maple bacon fudge to traditional chocolate peanut butter all the way back around to cookie dough and a sweet and salty m&m fudge (my personal favorite).

There are fruity flavors, layered fudge, cheesecake swirls, and so many more. Be sure to check them all out after you try this Cookie Monster fudge!

This post contains links for items to purchase. I make a commission on any sales.

Pin showing the finished Cookie Monster fudge with title across the middle.

We call this Cookie Monster fudge because it’s blue and has Cookie Monster eyes and chocolate chip cookies…you could make this any color you wanted tho, really. It will taste just as good. If you have a hulk fan in the house you can make it green or whip up a purple batch for the flying purple people eaters!

The possibilities are endless. This is a simple chocolate chip cookie fudge that everyone will really love…no matter what color you decide to make it!

A piece of the finished fudge held up to the camera.

Why do I need to line my pan with parchment paper?

If you’ve never made one of my fudge recipes before you might not understand my obsession with the parchment paper lining in the pan. Honestly it’s a really simple explanation…it pops the fudge out all in one block when it’s chilled.

nice square pieces of fudge ready to be served.

After the fudge is out of the pan you can easily cut everything into nice even squares. Then you know how many servings, etc. It makes it nice for anyone who needs to keep track of calories, sugar, and fat.

It also makes the Cookie Monster fudge a lot more presentable. You don’t have to dig it out of the pan. It pops out, you chop it into squares, and you can serve it perfectly!

A close up look at the finished Cookie Monster fudge.

What will I need to make this adorably tasty Cookie Monster fudge?

This recipe might look complicated…because it’s so stinking cute, but really there’s nothing complex happening here. You will ned some white chocolate chips, blue Funfetti frosting, chocolate chip cookies, some candy eyes and a little bit of blue food coloring if you want to really punch up the blue!

Side view of the ingredients needed.

That’s all it takes to make your own Cookie Monster fudge at home. There’s nothing tricky or complicated about making this recipe. It comes out great every time. It’s sweet, delicious, and soft set in no time. Everyone will devour this cute little treat.

Ingredients needed to make Cookie Monster fudge.

How to make the easiest Cookie Monster fudge:

The only thing easier than grabbing these ingredients at the store is the process for making this fudge. It’s not a had one and since we’re not really cooking or baking you can also enlist little ones who like to assist in the kitchen. They’ll have a blast adding Cookie Monster to this fudge!

cookies chopped small ready for the fudge!

Chop the cookies into small pieces.

pan lined with parchment ready to be set aside until the fudge mixture is prepared.

Prepare a pan. Line an 8×8 pan with 2 strips of parchment paper. Set aside.

chips ready for the microwave.

Place the white chocolate chips in a medium bowl. Microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring at each stop, until smooth and melted.

melted chocolate chips ready for the icing to be added.

Stir in the icing until smooth. Gently fold in most of the cookies and some of the “eyeballs.”

Icing being stirred into the melted chocolate chips.

Pour the mixture into the pan and smooth with a spatula.

Fudge mixture ready for the pan.

Top the fudge: Make the full effect happen by purposefully setting sets of eyeballs, and some cookie pieces atop the fudge. Gently press down.

fudge in the prepared pan.

Chill the fudge for at lest 2-3 hours, ideally overnight. Slice and serve. Store any leftovers in the fridge.

A stack of the finished Cookie Monster fudge ready to eat.

Tools used in making this fudge recipe: 

These are some affiliate links that I think you will find helpful. If you click through and make a purchase I’ll make a small commission at no cost to you! 

A tray full of the finished fudge ready to share.

It’s never a bad idea to have some of these kitchen essentials on hand. They’ll come in handy for making more than just Cookie Monster fudge, I promise! I use my Misto sprayer every single day and parchment paper gets used for crafting just as frequently as it gets used in the kitchen!

Stock up so you can make all of our favorite fudge recipes. You won’t want to miss out on rocky road or the fun Christmas options!

A plate full of the finished Cookie Monster fudge ready to eat.

Printable Cookie Monster Fudge Recipe:

Yield: 16 Pieces

Cookie Monster Fudge

Featured image showing the finished Cookie Monster fudge ready to eat.

Cookie Monster fudge is super cute, fun, and easy to make. This simple fudge recipe is the perfect no bake dessert to share!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Chill Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1, 11oz bag white chocolate chips
  • 1, 15.6oz container blue icing
  • 6-7 chocolate chip cookies, chopped (reserve some)
  • 1-2 Tbsp candy eye balls (reserve some)
  • Blue food coloring, optional

Instructions

  1. Chop the cookies into small pieces.
  2. Prepare a pan. Line an 8x8 pan with 2 strips of parchment paper. Set aside.
  3. Place the white chocolate chips in a medium bowl. Microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring at each stop, until smooth and melted.
  4. Stir in the icing until smooth. Gently fold in most of the cookies and some of the “eyeballs.”
  5. Pour the mixture into the pan and smooth with a spatula.
  6. Top the fudge: Make the full effect happen by purposefully setting sets of eyeballs, and some cookie pieces atop the fudge. Gently press down.
  7. Chill the fudge for at lest 2-3 hours, ideally overnight. Slice and serve. Store any leftovers in the fridge.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

16

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 286Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 110mgCarbohydrates: 39gFiber: 1gSugar: 33gProtein: 2g

I am not a medical expert. These calculations are provided as a courtesy.

featured image showing a jello desserts recipe ready to eat.
Previous
25 Best Jello Dessert Recipes
Featured image showing the finished red white and blue jello ribbon salad ready to eat.
Next
Red White and Blue Jello Ribbon Salad
Skip to Recipe