Hello! I’m finally back from my Spring Break vacation, so in order to make up for lost time, I’m back with an epic recipe roundup. I just found a video (below) celebrating Oreo’s 101th birthday–Oreo’s Birthday Extravaganza! In honor of this momentous event, the Internet complied hundreds of facts about this amazing cookie. Not only is Oreo the most popular cookie sold internationally, but it is also the oldest cookie (alongside Girl Scout Cookies)…And what’s even better than an Oreo itself? A dessert with Oreos in it! Therefore, check out some of my Oreo recipes below for some sweet inspiration! (Stay tuned for more recipes, with and without Oreos, coming soon!)
Skinny Oreo Cookie Dough Cheesecakes (Guest Post)
38 thoughts on “Oreo Recipe Roundup!”
Wow these are amazing!
THose skinny oreo cheesecake bites look amazing!!
Hope you enjoyed Spring Break :-) Love the Oreo facts–looks like you do wonderful things with these 101-year-old cookies!
My mouth is watering great photos :)
Yummmm… I’m drooling and craving oreos now!! I think the oreo ice cream cake at the top looks the most sinful and decadent. Maybe I’ll eventually try to make it myself. Once I eat an entire package of oreos first. ;]
Hi! These cookies aren’t too sweet from what i rbmemeer, particularly because they don’t have a sweet mix in like chocolate; its just the oreos.If I were you, I’d cut the brown sugar down to 3/4 cup, and the white sugar down to 1/4 cup + 2 tbsp. Then you’re pretty much almost down to 1 cup. Let me know how they turn out!
These are desserts that I would die for! Looking forward to seeing more:)
Holy smoke, those look amazing! Hope you had a great Spring Break!
All of these recipes look so delicious!
Oooh the oreo cookie dough cheesecakes look like heaven. Wow. Thanks for sharing! :)
This post is dangerous! Everything looks so good :)
this cake is making me drool! yummy!
Everything looks delicious! I can’t wait to try the slutty brownies recipe!!!
All of them look great!
Looks amazing! Hope you had a lovely break.
Can never get enough Oreos! Happy to see you are back from break and loveee this roundup!
Thanks! I agree!
I’m so tempted! Which recipe should I try first?!
Hmm…that’s a tough one! I’m a huge fan of the chocolate layer cake, but I could easily down a tub of Oreo ice cream!
I want to make and then eat every item you’ve posted here. Yum!
Okay, I really have to leave a comment about this. All night i’ve been CRAVING Oreo cookies… like mad. I’ve done so many other things to get my mind off it. Then you ‘like’ our last post (Baileys French Toast), and I decide to check out your page for any new recipes- and BOOM. Oreo cookie roundup. The universe is definitely sending me a sign. Should’ve gotten those cookies…
It’s meant to be!
Hi Natasha,I just stumbled acsors your blog looking for some weekend baking ideas and i think i just found my new go-to. Your recipes are amazing! I am super interested as to why you mention they are under-baked’ i tend to do this with most of my cookies as i LOOOOOOOVE chewy cookies more than i love my bed lol is this your reason as well? or is there a method to your madness you are willing to share?? my love for baking is more than most can handle so i’m so glad to have found your site. Thank you!!
I really need to try those slutty brownies! They look delicious!
Lucky I can’t gain weight by looking at food because I just would of put on 3kgs. Haha. Super amazing recipes lady, thanks for sharing!
These look amazing! Wow! I need to try making that cake!
Oh yea anything with Oreos and I’m on board! and thanks for the follow!
Yay. What a fun list :)
Oh! I wish I’d know about this – I made my own oreos for St Patrick’s day. As Windy Kitchen says, this is a very dangerous post.
love this! I have a great oreo recipe to add to your list…peanut butter and oreo stuffed brownies! Absolutely to die for…take a look at
Yum! what a mouth-watering round-up. One recipe to add to your list: homemade Oreos. I found the recipe on the Smitten Kitchen blog: http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2007/05/my-kingdom-for-a-glass-of-milk/.
I made them for my mom’s birthday and wrote about it on my blog:http://stillsimmering.wordpress.com/2011/11/08/birthdays-gratitude-and-homemade-oreos/.
Surprisingly easy, and delicious. Happy baking!
They look delicious!
Thank God for this post, now I have an idea what to sell tomorrow at our chcurh’s weekend bazaar! Due to lack of time, lots of undone blog posts, incomplete ingredients in my pantry…Thank you Sis!Continue to inspire!
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