11 Desserts to Make with Oreos
Ah, Oreos. They're "milk's favorite cookie," and they're one of the most classic lunchbox staples out there. When you saw that shiny blue wrapper in your lunchbox growing up, you just knew it was going to be a good day.
But who says you can't keep enjoying Oreos now that you're an adult? Yes, they're still a delicious snack, but they're also a great ingredient in original dessert recipes. From Oreo pancakes to Oreo truffles, there are plenty of Oreo recipes out there just begging for you to try them. Here are some of the most delicious options.
Cake Batter Oreo Cookies
What's better than Oreo cookies? A cookie recipe made with Oreos as an ingredient. Think of these as chocolate chip and Funfetti cookies rolled into one, with Oreos added to the mix for good measure. How could anyone resist these?
You don't have to wait for the county fair to get this delicious treat. With a bit of pancake batter and some hot oil, you can have delicious fried Oreos right in the comfort of your kitchen!
If you didn't think anyone could improve upon the classic cookie, you'd be mistaken. These truffle-like dessert balls are as fun to make as they are to eat.
Loaded M&M Oreo Cookie Bars
Think of this treat as a blondie, with bits of Oreo cookies and M&Ms mixed in for good measure. These bars are as pretty as they are delicious, and they're sure to please kids of all ages.
Peanut Butter Oreo S'mores
Could The Parent Trap ever steer you wrong? Peanut butter and Oreos are a winning combination, and adding s'mores into the equation makes things even better.
Red Velvet Oreo Brownies
If you haven't combined Oreos with the smooth flavor of red velvet, what are you waiting for? These brownies are the best of both worlds, with a fudgy red velvet base and a cookies and cream frosting.
This is a springtime recipe perfect for Easter, but it works just as well any time of year! Peppermint bark shouldn't get all the fun when you can whip up a batch of this Oreo bark at home.
What could make a decadent chocolate cake even better? Adding Oreos, of course! This recipe incorporates the chocolate cookies into the batter for a delicious surprise.
How cute is the name for these cookies? Think snickerdoodles, but with an Oreo twist. Made with Dutch cocoa powder and crushed Oreos, these cookies are perfect for chocolate lovers.
Thin Mint Oreo Cups
These treats are sort of like Oreo truffles but shaped like peanut butter cups rather than truffle balls. The mint flavor adds an extra kick to the fudgy dessert, making for an out-of-this-world experience.
Oreo Ice Cream Truffles
Sure, you could make Oreo truffles, and they'd be perfectly delicious. But if you want to really take things to the next level, look no further than Oreo ice cream truffles. They're super easy to make, and kids of all ages will have tons of fun eating them.
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