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Fried Oreo Cookies Recipe

Updated on December 14, 2011
No I have not gone crazy yet. Fried Oreo Cookies are real and they are delicious.
No I have not gone crazy yet. Fried Oreo Cookies are real and they are delicious.

Fried Oreo Cookies Recipe

People just keep trying to come up with new and unusual comfort foods. Here were going to be taking a look at something you may have only dreamed about before. We all love fried foods and we all love Oreo's and I got to wondering what if we put fried foods and Oreo's together. Just what in the world would we come up with. Well I'll tell you. Quite an unusual chocolate treat that will have you craving more. If your not real careful you'll find yourself up at 4 A.M. making of all things deep fried Oreo cookies. But I promise you that once people taste them they won't think you've gone mad.

I will tell you right up front for the best tasting deep fried Oreo's freeze your Oreo cookies in your freezer at least overnight before you make this unusual treat. This helps to insure that your cookie both stays together and that it does not melt.

Now were going to keep this recipe simple and what you need is the pancake mix with everything already in it to use to bread your Oreo cookies with. Make your pancake mix up according to the package directions and again you want the kind where you only have to add water or milk.

Okay if your ready to make your deep fried Oreo cookies ideally your Oreo cookies have been in the freezer at least overnight and twenty four hours would not hurt.

Make your pancake mix up according to the package directions and set aside. Now in a large bowl combine 2 cups of self rising flour and 2 cups of white granulated sugar. Now you will want to dip your Oreo cookies in the pancake batter and then into the flour / sugar mixture. Fry them a few at a time in a 350 degree home deep fryer until your cookies are golden brown. As soon as your fried Oreo cookies come out of the deep fryer they get dropped into a large bowl of powdered sugar. Then lay them out on a plate and get ready to serve.

These fried Oreo cookies really are quite delicious. And I guarantee you that people are going to give you a weird look when they ask you what is that but when they taste one fried Oreo cookie I warn you that they will be back for more. And more. And more. So be sure to make plenty of these delicious deep fried Oreo cookies.

Be sure to serve a big glass of cold milk to each person trying out your Deep Fried Oreo Cookies and warn the people eating them that they are hot. You can allow them to cool slightly before you give them to small children.

The Ultimate Dessert

While your fried Oreo cookies are still hot place 4 -6 deep fried Oreo cookies in a bowl. Now on top of your Oreo cookies add a big scoop of vanilla ice creme and then add chocolate syrup on top of the ice cream and then cool whip topping on top of that and there you will have what I consider to be the ultimate dessert. Oh how good this is. But be warned it is a very rich and delicious dessert. I bet you can't stop eating this one. Wow! was all I could think the first time I tasted it.

So What Do You Think Of Deep Fried Oreos

So what do you think of fried Oreo cookies? Did you make the fried Oreo cookies? How did they turn out for you. If you have questions or comments about fried Oreo cookies feel free to post them below. And thanks for reading my Hub Page about fried Oreo cookies.


(C) August 2010 by Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost for Hub Pages.
(C) August 2010 by Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost for Hub Pages.

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      Maria M 

      5 years ago

      I have had these before and I loved them as a treat they are addictive !!!

    • JohnM profile image

      JohnM 

      5 years ago from Miami Florida

      These are wonderful. I would have never thought of deep frying Oreos but they turned out perfect. As does every recipe by CHG. He is a great Chef and wonderful for sharing all these recipes with us.

    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      6 years ago from East Coast , United States

      Fried Oreo Cookies are some of the best things you will ever taste in your life. They are so delicious.

    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      8 years ago from East Coast , United States

      You can fry it in a pot or pan in a couple of inches of cooking oil.

      Thanks for all the great comments about fried Oreo cookies. They are appreciated.

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      SuperCC 

      8 years ago from United States

      YUM this sounds good, but is it possible to fry it in a pan if you do not own a deep fryer?

      Nice work! :D

    • nicole.reilly profile image

      nicole.reilly 

      8 years ago from Austin, TX

      Never thought oreo cookies can be fried. Great hub!

    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      8 years ago from East Coast , United States

      Yes people will try to fry almost anything. Thanks for the great comments.

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      Paradise7 

      8 years ago from Upstate New York

      It really is true--people will fry ANYTHING! (Grin.) Actually, it sounds delicious!

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      myawn 

      8 years ago

      I have had these fried oreo cookies. My grandsons made them. Good with coffee too. Very sweet I could only eat two of them. Nice hub!

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      Larry Ray Palmer 

      8 years ago from Macon, Missouri

      I'm not a big fan of sweets but this sounds so good, I might have to give it a try. Thanks for the idea.

    • hurdon2000 profile image

      hurdon2000 

      8 years ago from Arkansas

      Goodness this sounds good.I can taste them already.And icecream too.Great Desert!

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