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How to Make Wicked Oreos

Updated on May 31, 2016
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Xeng is a researcher at the University of the Philippines where she is currently working on a dissertation for her Masters in Communication.

The fun part is on the inside.
The fun part is on the inside. | Source

About Wicked Oreos

Wicked Oreos are a special treat made famous by one of the restaurants along the Katipunan strip near my University. It's basically deep-fried, pancake-mix-coated Oreos served with ice cream or milk and sometimes doused in confectioner's sugar. It's usually eaten as dessert but can also be eaten on its own as a snack, much like donuts.

What I really like about it is how easy it is to make and how easy it is to eat as well. All you need is some boxed pancake mix, Oreos, a pan or deep fryer, some oil, ice cream, and a stove. Then you're all set! You really need to deep fry them, otherwise they won't be as round and fluffy as those in the picture.

The first time I tried making them, they went flat and weird. I attribute that to the flatness of the frying pan and also to the very little oil I used. Do not do that to your Wicked Oreos. Give them the proper frying they deserve.

5 stars from 1 rating of Wicked Oreos -- Quick and Easy Recipe

Cook Time

Prep time: 30 min
Cook time: 30 min
Ready in: 1 hour
Yields: 24 pieces wicked oreos


  • 1 37oz pack Pillsbury Pancake Mix, (or any other pancake mix brand you prefer)
  • 1 1/2 cups Evaporated milk
  • 2 big Eggs
  • 2 tablespoons Oil
  • Vanilla ice cream
  • Cooking oil for deep frying
Wicked oreos are best served with ice cream and milk. oh la la!
Wicked oreos are best served with ice cream and milk. oh la la! | Source


  1. For the pancake batter, mix the eggs, milk, oil, and pancake mix in a bowl. Beat using a hand mixer or with a whisk (if you think you're that tough). Make sure there are no lumps in the batter. Also it shouldn't be too thick or too watery. Set aside.
  2. Heat cooking oil in a pot or saucepan. YES. It should only be either of the two. NO, you cannot use a frying pan, nor a wok. Using a pot or a saucepan ensures easier deep frying. Put in enough oil to make sure the Oreos will float. You can also use a deep fryer if you have one. It makes things easier.
  3. Dip Oreos in the batter one at a time and then deep fry in the saucepan/pot. Ensure that there is sufficient room between the Oreos to to give them space to "expand" enough without bumping each other. Otherwise they will stick to each other and they will look weird.
  4. Do the same until all the Oreos have been fried. Serve with scoops of vanilla ice cream or any other flavor you prefer. You can also serve it with milk for some Oreo dunking and even douse it with confectioner's sugar and eat on its own.
  5. There is no step 5. Dig in!
Wicked Oreos, wickedly good!
Wicked Oreos, wickedly good! | Source

When you're bored with the usual Oreos and want to add a little bit of excitement to your day, try making some wickedly good and wickedly tasty wicked Oreos. It's delightful and very fun to make! It could even serve as a fun bonding activity with your family, friends, and even your significant other. Make sure to try it out soon and I'm sure you won't regret it.

Did you try out my recipe? How was it? Let me know in the comments below!


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      3 years ago

      I will, Xeng. Thanks again! :)

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      3 years ago from Philippines

      Heya Christine! Glad you and your kids liked it. :) Thanks for linking back as well. Will be sure to visit your blog again soon! Feel free to check out the other recipes here as well. Thanks!

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      3 years ago

      Hi! Thank you for these recipe. We tried these yesterday and my kids loved it very much! I blogged about it too and linked you up here: Please visit over my blog if you have time. :)

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      4 years ago from Philippines

      I don't really have a specific brand in mind but I use Alaska evaporated milk (it's what they have in the mini sari-sari stores here in our subdivision). :) Hope everything goes well! :)

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      4 years ago

      Hi wanna ask what brand of milk i should use to make the best wicked oreos?

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      5 years ago from Philippines

      You should, really. It's new and it's really yummy. Worth it. :)

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      5 years ago

      This looks so unhealthy, but so delicious! I think I may just try it!

    • xmags profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Philippines

      This is good for you! I think oreos are good for everyone! The actual taste doesn't hurt either. Thanks for commenting! :)

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      5 years ago from Hawaii

      I feel like this would be bad for me but super delicious!

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      5 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you careermommy! They are absolutely delish! Make sone for your kids some time. I'm sure they'll love it! Thanks again!

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      Tirralan Watkins 

      5 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      Oh yes, I why you call these wicked now. LOL. They look great. This is a definite vote up.

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      5 years ago from Philippines

      Thanks rebeccamealey! they are delightful indeed.;)

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      Rebecca Mealey 

      5 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Oooh la la. These Do sound good. We all need a little sin in our lives. I vote awesome and am sharing.


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