Today we are celebrating America’s best-selling cookie since 1912 – the Oreo cookie. We all love Oreos – the delicious chocolate disks with a sweet sweet white filling inside. And what’s the perfect cookie to eat with Oreos? Andeos. But joking aside, since such cookies don’t exist, that tells you that nothing beats an Oreo.
Their taste alone makes it obvious that they would be great in a variety of desserts with so many twists. As a result, Oreos are so popular, that people have made up all kinds of recipes to do with these cookies. We’ve found tons of tasty recipes, but as always we are presenting you The Top 10 Homemade Desserts with Oreo cookies. Enjoy!
Oreo Truffles Two Ways
We start things off with a truffle. No, not the thing specially trained hogs and dogs sniff after in a forest. We’re talking here about their chocolate versions, which can also be made with Oreos. You’ll find that they’re even tastier than the usual chocolate varieties.
Oreo Hostess Cupcakes
There’s nothing more enjoyable than a good cup of coffee with a good cupcake. These cupcakes are not only made with Oreos, but they’re also (Spoiler alert!) mimicking the structure of the Oreo cookie. Anyone can make them!
Oreo Ice Cream Truffles
Here’s another overly simple recipe that looks complicated, but actually isn’t. Because of that, you basically have a free hand to make this dessert any way you please, with any twist you find interesting. Just make sure you put a little stick in it!
Oreo Brownie Pops Recipe
How could one even think of making a list of recipes for anything remotely connected to chocolate and not share a brownie version? Don’t worry, we never disappoint. And neither will these brownie pops that melt in your mouth!
Mini Oreo Donuts
The car enthusiasts among you will love this one. Although we aren’t talking about the kind of donuts done by drifting your car in a circle, we assure you that they’re pretty good. Unlike regular donuts, they’re much lower on carbs.
No-Bake Funfetti Oreo Icebox Cake
Glancing through our list, you’re probably thinking: “Wait, aren’t Oreos already baked? Why, then, should we bake some more?” Well, no one says you should. This no-bake recipe is like the icing on the cake of our list.
Oreo Cookie Spread
Hang on to your seats, folks, because this is a big one! Many of you may have never thought about making their own spread, especially when there are ready-made spreads that are already good dessert ingredients. Trust us and get ready to have your mind blown!
Peanut Butter Oreo Brownie Cups
Now, this one is for the mix-it-up Hall of Fame! Peanut butter? Check. Oreos? Check. Cupcake shape? Check. Brownie result? Absolutely. It’s so appetizing, that even though it looks crunchy and flaky, rest assured, it melts in your mouth.
Easy Oreo Fudge
Surely many of you thought that the Oreo would never go well with molten chocolate. Well, fudge that! No, seriously, do fudge it. You can now see how blending together with this awesome cookie with some delicious fudge will spread envy throughout your neighborhood.
Espresso Oreo Cake
They say that the best type of after-lunch coffee is an espresso, which we’re typing and pronouncing while doing the Italian hand gesture. Anyway, instead of going through the trouble of making an espresso during that post-lunch nap craving, just cut yourself a slice of richly caffeinated cake.
O, Oreo, Oreo! Wherefore art thou, my Oreo? Do you know why the Oreo went to the dentist? It needed new filling. Now, we’re not going to ask whether or which of our listed recipes you think are good. Because, let’s face it, you know they’re all awesome.
But which one(s) do you like best? Have you maybe already tried doing any of them? How did that work out for you? Be a smart cookie and share all your thoughts and experiences with the rest of us in the comments.