This Oreo cookie recipe is a great way to show kids how Oreo cookies are made. Keep in mind that unlike store-bought Oreos, these Oreos aren't vegan. Let's get into the recipe!
Home Made Oreo Cookies
2 (18 ounce) boxes devil's food cake mix
4 eggs, beaten well
2/3 cup oil
1/2 cup butter
4 ounces cream cheese
2 cups powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1. Mix eggs, cake mix, and oil together well.
2. Shape into gumball sizes balls.
3. Bake at 350 degrees F for 10 minutes.
Inside Cream Filling:
1. Mix butter, cream cheese, powdered sugar and vanilla together.
2. When cookies are completely cool frost the flat side of one cookie, then place another cookie on top of the frosting (flat side to flat side).
Other Desserts to Try
After you've tried this Oreo recipe, consider trying one of these other great desserts:
- Cookies and cream ice cream. If you want to stick with the Oreo theme, then cookies and cream ice cream is the way to go! This is a beloved ice cream flavor for many. Throw on some hot chocolate sauce for an added bonus!
- Oreo pudding. Did you know that you can make Oreo pudding? This is another great way to enjoy that classic Oreo flavor. To keep it simple, pick up a box of Oreo pudding mix and make it that way.
- Oreo cheesecake. Do you enjoy cheesecake? If so, then try making some Oreo cheesecake! Cheesecake is rich and sweet, while also somehow managing to be somewhat savory. Make a whole cheesecake, or make a mini one just for yourself!
- Cookies and cream brownies. Everyone loves classic chocolate brownies. They're fudgy, gooey, and delicious! To keep with the Oreo theme, why not try out some cookies and cream brownies? It's fun to switch it up every now and again.
- Oreo yogurt. This one is a real simple one to make. Grab some vanilla yogurt from the store. Throw some in a bowl, along with as many crushed-up Oreos as you'd like. Give it a good mix, and you've got a tasty dessert that will help keep your gut nice and healthy!
- Oreo milkshake. Milkshakes have been around for decades. You're probably very familiar with chocolate or vanilla shakes, but what about an Oreo shake? If you've got the equipment to make a shake, then why not give this a try?
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