When it comes to cookies, Oreos are a fan favorite. In addition to being a delicious treat on their own, Oreos can also be the main character for many creative recipes. Thanks to TikTok, there are tons of ways to milk the classic cookie’s versatility. From Oreo donuts to even Oreo sushi, here are five satisfying Oreo recipes that will leave you feeling double stuffed.
1. Oreo sushi
Sushi and Oreos might not be the most obvious pairing, but this recipe will have you reconsidering. Start by separating the chocolate wafers and cream filling from the Oreos into two separate bowls. Next, crush up the cookies, and combine the crumbs with milk. After flattening the Oreo crumb mix with a rolling pin, cover it with a layer of cream filling and tightly roll it into a log. Slice the log into smaller pieces to form sushi-like rolls, and serve with chocolate dipping sauce.
Let’s get ready to crumble! This recipe involves making a homemade ice cream bar using a small package of Oreos. Simply open the package, add milk and mix together. Then put in a popsicle stick and freeze. Once it’s out of the freezer, peel off the packaging and dip the Oreo ice cream bar into a combination of melted chocolate and peanuts. Freeze again until the chocolate hardens, and enjoy!
3. Baked Oreos
This tasty recipe is a legend in the baking! Begin by dipping Oreo cookies in milk. Then place each Oreo in the middle of a slice of puff pastry dough. Next, roll the dough over the cookie, and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown.
4. Oreo churros
Add a twist to classic churros with this Oreo variety. The recipe involves a blend of flour, Oreo crumbs and cinnamon, combined with boiled water, butter, brown sugar and salt, followed by whisked eggs with vanilla. Once the batter is deep-fried, coat with a mix of Oreo crumbs and sugar. Serve with a glass of milk and enjoy!
5. Oreo donuts
Oreos and donuts are a batch made in heaven. Begin by mixing butter, eggs and milk, and combine with sifted flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Next, add crushed Oreos to the batter before pouring it into a donut mold. After baking the donuts at 320 degrees Fahrenheit for eight to 10 minutes, dip them in icing made from powdered sugar, vanilla and milk. Top off with Oreo crumbs before serving.
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