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Easy to make Oreo Fudge that is then rolled into logs and made into a Disney Plane as a fun holiday family activity.
What is your favorite Christmas tradition? For me the holidays are all about making treats and spending time with family. One of my favorite activities is making fudge, especially because it is so easy to make.
My five year old loves all things treats. In fact, he is really hard to buy gifts for because he is an “experience and food” boy. He is a lot like his mama that way. He would rather have a date and a treat then a physical gift. But that sometimes leads to a disappointing Christmas morning.
I have really been struggling with stocking stuffer ideas for him this year, I was at Walmart picking up the ingredients for this simple to make fudge and saw the Disney Planes merchandise on Rollback! They had tons of super cute Disney Planes toys for low prices, like the Disney Planes Flight to the Finish Speedway (On Rollback for $24.97), or the Disney Planes Fire & Rescue Die-Cast Vehicles, 3-Pack (On Rollback to $14.97) or the Disney Planes Fire & Rescue Deluxe Talking Vehicle Assortment (On Rollback to $19.97).
I remembered how much he loved the Disney Planes movie. He talked about it all day after seeing it, and has brought it up several times since. So I hurried and grabbed a few of the cute smaller sets of planes as stocking stuffers. I loved the Planes Character Assortment die-cast set and the Disney Planes: Fire and Rescue Character Assortment die-cast set , which are both on rollback at $4.97.
We recently got the movie, and I had been thinking about making a plane craft treat, so I figured why not make it with the fudge?
We cooked up the fudge, then rolled it into logs, which we used as the base of the plane. Then I just picked up some shortbread at Walmart, and some chocolates to melt and decorate it with as well as use for glue. I used Rolos, and other treats to garnish and let the kids have creative license. We used a Rolo with an OREO on either side for the wheels!
- Cut a piece of fudge (recipe below) and roll it into a log and wrap in plastic wrap
- Glue a Rolo or something onto the front to make the propeller. You can use a hot glue gun (adults) or melted chocolate.
- Use a shortbread cookie, or even a graham cracker or Biscoff cookie as wings
- Make the wheels by using melted chocolate to stick a Rolo onto the middle of a sandwich cookie, and then put more melted chocolate on top of the Rolo and stick another sandwich cookie on top. Let dry.
- Use melted chocolate to connect the wing to the fudge roll, and the fudge roll to the wheels.
Didn’t they turn out cute? And they made such a fun holiday activity for our family to make together. My son thought it was so fun to make the Planes just after watching the movie, so I know he will be pretty excited for the toys I bought on Rollback.
4 ingredient OREO Fudge
- 1-14 ounce can of Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 3 1/2 cups White Chocolate Chips
- 2 tsps Vanilla Extract
- 1 1/2 cups crushed up OREOS
- Put your sweetened condensed milk, chips, and vanilla in a heavy pot on a low heat, and stir until melted.
- Stir in crushed up OREOs
- Line a 9x9 pan with parchment or sprayed foil, and pour fudge mixture in. Let set up
Our recipe card software calculates these nutrition facts based on averages for the above ingredients, different brands, and quality of produce/meats may have different nutritional information, always calculate your own based on the specific products you use in order to achieve accurate macros for this recipe.
So what are you waiting for? Go pick up your own Planes merchandise, and make these cute fudge planes as a fun holiday activity!
I shared one of my favorite activities with you, now it is your turn? What are your favorite holiday traditions?