11 Ways to Use Oreos in Your Dessert Making
11 ways that you can use Oreos in your Dessert Making
If you love Oreos, you are going to love these tasty treats that feature one of our favorite cookies!
Some of these are pretty quick and easy to make and should seamlessly ease their way into your repertoire of desserts, especially during the holiday season.
Be sure to pick up a pack or two of Oreos so you can impress your friends and family with a delicious twist on the ordinary Oreo.
Top of this list are Oreo truffles, also referred to as cookie balls. I LOVE the filling for these truffles and could just eat it out of a bowl. One of my co-worker made them last week for our department and I told her the same thing. The best thing about these truffles is that there is only 3 ingredients in the basic recipe. Oreo Truffles
I found this recipe by chance and I’m so glad I did. I love cheesecake and these Oreo Cheesecake cupcakes are a tasty way to combine two delicious desserts into one awesome treat. I plan to make these for our family’s holiday party this year.
The next two recipes are dessert dips. I think these are great items to bring to an office party or lunch. The second dip listed is a three ingredient recipe while the first has more ingredients and take a little longer to prepare.
Muddy Buddies is the brand name for this treat. It was called Trash when I made it in Home Ec in Middle School and I also heard people call it Puppy Chow. I feel like making Muddy Buddies yourself creates a better tasty treat. Here’s the cookies n cream variety. This is a fun family dessert to make.
My kids love mug cakes but buying the store bought individual mixes gets pricey. This is a great way to get a mug cake without the cost of buying a ready made mix. Try this Oreo Cookie Mug Cake.
This decadent treat blends peanut butter and Oreos together for a rich dessert that is sure to please.
Just as Chocolate and Peanut Butter can go hand-in-hand; chocolate and mint pair very well also. What better way to join them together than with a Oreo Mint tart. These are sure to please.
I always think homemade fudge is better than store bought fudge. This fudge brings out the cookie and cream flavor of the oreo and is great as a gift.
Ever had Oreos in your brownies? You’re missing out! Give these fudgey goodies a try!
This is a great version of candy bark to try if you are not keen on peppermint bark. This gives you the same consistency without the peppermint flavor. This another idea to use as a gift for coworkers or neighbors.
If you love Oreos, you definitely want to give some of these recipes a try. Have you used Oreos in your dessert making before? How did you incorporate them? Drop a comment and let us know.