These Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies are double stuffed Oreo cookies sandwiched in between two chocolate chip cookies. The BEST cookies ever!
*pictures updated in 2014
My pants are tight.
Snug as a bug in a rug, people.
And do my friends bring me carrot sticks or offer to run with me? Oh no. Instead, they call my attention to cookie recipes involving Oreos stuffed inside two chocolate chip cookies.
I’m not one to place blame or name drop *cough* Rachel *cough*, since many of my friends do this. But y’all are killing me. You know I’m weak when it comes to sugary confections.
These Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies are now the most requested dessert, not only in my own house, but in all my kids’ friends’ homes! I’m also known around their school by teachers and administration. I swear these cookies could solve world peace.
Use homemade or store bought cookie dough
I always make these with homemade cookie dough (as written in the printable recipe card), but if you’re feeling lazy or don’t have the extra time, store bought chocolate chip cookie dough does work fine! Just keep in mind, though, that store-bought cookie dough is a bit thinner than this recipe and results in a crispier texture (and in my humble opinion, doesn’t taste as good.)
Bake them on a cookie sheet or in a muffin tin
Sometimes I roll these into balls and simply place on a parchment-lined cookie sheet – I sort of love their imperfect and rustic look that way. But this also has the drawback of the Oreo not being in the center after it’s baked. I want some of the chocolate chip and Oreo in every single bite…plus, uniformity. So more often than not, I bake them in muffin tins (as shown in the video.) But you can’t go wrong with either method.
My advice to you – make these. But make them right before you’re meeting a friend, or sibling, or an entire preschool class. So you can pawn them off on other
victims recipients. If not, make them now, while it’s still March and not bathing suit season. Because once that happens, I cannot be held responsible.
other cookie recipes we love!
- No-Bake Ritz Cracker Cookies – a timeless, effortless, crazy delicious sweet and salty treat that are a must for tailgating, birthday parties, cookie exchanges, and holidays.
- Flourless Chocolate Cookies – these are like a rich and fudgy flat brownie and they’re awesome!
- White Chocolate and Butterscotch Chip Pretzel Cookies – Soft cookies loaded with white chocolate, butterscotch chips, and pretzel pieces. The perfect sweet and salty combination!
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Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
- 1 cup (2 sticks) softened unsalted butter
- 3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 2 large eggs
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 3 1/2 cups flour
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 package Double Stuff Oreo cookies
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Coat (2) 12 cup muffin tins with nonstick cooking spray.
- In a large bowl, cream butter, brown sugar, and granulated sugar together with a mixer until well combined. Beat in eggs and vanilla.
- In medium bowl mix the flour, salt, and baking soda. Slowly add to wet ingredients along with chocolate chips until just combined.
- With a cookie scoop, form balls with the dough.
- Place one ball on top of an Oreo cookie, and another ball on the bottom. Seal edges together by pressing and cupping in hand until a large ball is formed and Oreo cookie is fully enclosed with dough.
- Place into the muffin tin cups. Bake cookies for approximately 16 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool for 5 minutes before transferring to cooling rack.
- The muffin tin ensures that the Oreo stays in the center after baking and that all the cookies are uniform, but you can certainly just form into balls and bake on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Keep in mind if you don't form them tightly, the dough can spread. Make sure they are 2-3 inches apart.
- You can use store-bought cookie dough, but the dough is a bit thinner than this recipe and results in a crispier texture (and in my humble opinion, doesn't taste as good!)
(found on Amandeleine, originally from Picky Palate)
Reader Questions and Reviews
Hello. I just baked these cookies & they look & smell amazing! I wanted to share a tip that I followed when baking these cookies. I originally tried making the cookie dough with standard-size chocolate chips, but I found that they were so large that it made it difficult to spread the cookie dough around the Oreo cookie! So I switched to using mini chocolate chips, which made it much easier to cover the Oreo with cookie dough! Great recipe & thanks for sharing! So yummy!
Okay, I can’t be crazy. There’s mention of the alternate cooking method in the comments. The first time I made this recipe, I swear, there were instructions on cooking these on a cookie sheet as well as in a muffin tin.
I wasted half my dough trying to get the muffin tin method to work, but the results were always too hard. The last batch was still hard on the outside and undercooked inside.
The remaining dough I shoved in the fridge overnight and attempted the cookie sheet method in the morning. Because the dough was chilled, I was able to mold it more easily around the Oreo and the results were perfect. That was only 2 or 3 months ago.
Now I’m trying to make these for a company picnic and the only instructions listed are for baking in a muffin tin. Could the instructions for regular baking on a cookie sheet be added back, even just as a side note at the bottom? I remember the recommendation for using parchment paper, which is such a lifesaver. I found a comment that said the cook time was 13 minutes, but I’m afraid I’ll forget it to adjust if I make these again in the future as I only bake infrequently. And I’m really hoping there wasn’t anything else besides that… fingers crossed.
Thanks for this recipe, I have made it many times and it is my go-to cookie for bake sales. My tips are to use double-stuffed Oreo’s and mini chocolate chips. I use 1 Tbsp cookie dough (flattened into a circle) on the top and 1 Tbsp on the bottom of each Oreo, then seal the sides. The recipe makes pretty much exactly enough for a package of 30 Oreo’s. Chill cookies for 10 min or more before baking to prevent spreading. Bake about 16 minutes. Amazing! Thanks so much for a fabulous recipe.
Hey, the 350 degrees is in Fahrenheit right?
I wonder if you can do this with a peanut butter cup instead of an Oreo….
Look up Peanut Butter Cup Cookies on Pinterest or anywhere. ???
I’m sure u can use anything. Imagine miniature snickers inside….or rolos….or maybe one of those caramels by kraft….yum yum yum
hi! at what temp do u recommend to serve the cookies? do they need to set/cool completely? im asking cause i like to eat my dessert straight from the oven ?
You can eat them straight from the oven or allow them to cool – no different than most cookies, I guess?
I’ve just taken a batch of these cookies from the oven…they look and smell lovely. I’ve done them for my autistic grandsons school as they are doing a fund raising. I had no problems with the dough at all and found them easy to make and roll round Oreos. I so want to eat one but far too caloric for me and just one would fill me up lol. Thank you for the recipe idea.
Can someone tell me if the Oreos get soft in this recipe or if they stay crunchy? Thank you!
Pretty good. Unfortunately my ray gun does not work to heat them up . I do not have an oven so i had to go to batman’s and he is annoying …
I created my cookies in muffin format without oreos . They were overall quite good, they smelled AMAZING while baking, and looked and tasted great! I made them pink with food coloring and used m&m’s instead of chocolate chips.Thanks for the idea, where did you get it?
I LOVE COOKIE MUFFINS!!!?
When usin muffin tin did u spray pan or use cupcake liners
I sprayed them.
When do you increase cooking time from13-18 minuets
This is referring to the difference of baking them the regular way or in muffin tins, as explained in the recipe card notes above.
Soo 18 minuets for if they are in a muffin tin?
How long do these last before going stale/bad? Do you think putting them in the freezer would help prolong?
Hi Maddie – these are just like any other cookie in terms of freshness. Eaten same day is best, but they will keep for several days in a tightly covered container. They just harden and get crumbly as time goes by.
What type of flour does this call for? All purpose or self rising
Hi I was wondering how long it will take before they go stale. Will it take a day or 2
Kari, please see my response to Maddie who asked the same question.
I’m always confused as I don’t often bake haha is it 3 half cups (1 and a half cups ) or 3 cups and a half ?
Also I presume this is going to be quite a think dough.
I found the dough to be very thick – added a smidge bit of water. I doubled the recipe; although that shouldn’t have made a difference.
It’s 3 cups and a half. It’s a fairly normal dough, but you’re using double the amount, since you’ll essentially have 2 cookies surrounding the Oreo.
It will be 3 cups plus 1/2 cup of flour. It is a thick dough!
Have you ever made these in muffin tins? If so, what is the difference in baking time? Thanks. Can’t wait to try them. My kids and I are drooling over the pictures. :) Thanks for sharing.
Hi Julie – sure have! Please refer to the notes on the recipe card for info on that. Your kids will love them!
The cookies are good but I put in 2 more Tablespoon of flour in it, also put a little flour on fingers.
That is odd as I found my dough way to thick! I think it makes a difference too if you use butter vs margarine as well,
I only use two and a half cups of flour at 375 degrees for 12 minutes and they were perfect but make sure you put the dough in the refrigerator for about 3 hours before you make the cookies
Oh yeah never use margarine for making cookies never butter is the best
wow…. it’s look heavenly delicious <3
Hi! These Oreo-Stuffed chocolate chip cookies look AMAZING! What I wouldn’t give to have JUST ONE! Do you have a good peanut butter dough recipe to use as a substitute? Or how about a double-chocolate chip cookie dough? Those would be awesome too!
No, sorry. But I’m sure a search on Google will deliver many options! Good luck and enjoy! They are SO good.
so in essence this is a triple stuffed cookie !!!
OMG!!!!!! The yummiest thing in the world
I am going to make these as just the picture look’s good enough to eat so I can only imagine what the actual Product will taste like & would like Thank You for sharing this recipe w/ all . . .
HA. They’re incredible. I make them quite often, actually – a frequently requested treat at my kids’ school! Enjoy!
I think I told you this before, but I made these for a dessert auction for the youth at our church. They made a fortune on them!
You did mention that before, Lynda, but I don’t mind hearing it again. I love it! And I’m not surprised…these are gold!
How do you rap the cookie’s?
Not sure what you mean by “wrap” ??
5. Place one ball on top of an Oreo cookie, and another ball on the bottom. Seal edges together by pressing and cupping in hand until a large ball is formed and Oreo cookie is fully enclosed with dough.
You guys are awesome, glad your cookies turned out. I used pilsbury cookie dough, baked on a professional Baking mat and mine were UFO discs. Hah!
If I were to retry I would not use the baking mat for it consumed temperature away from my cookies. Yes I turned up the temp in the oven but it was too late.
I am just not meant to eat these cookies. Enjoy yours!
My friend and I call these “Inception Cookies”…a cookie within a cookie…
Great cookies! Ok I’ve made these more than a few times and they are always very hard the next day. Is there something I’m doing wrong? Fresh out of the oven they are GREAT!
Hi Jason, sorry for the delay. Hm. I don’t know exactly, other than to say that obviously cookies the next day will harden. After they’ve cooled from the oven, are you just leaving them out, uncovered? Or are you sealing them in an airtight container? That can make a big difference in them not becoming hockey pucks.
Jason – I believe your mistake was not eating all the cookies the first day :)
For those who have hard cookies….a simple slice of bread and the cookies in a container with a lid. Have yet to wind up with a hard cookie.
Thank you for sharing this recipe! I’ve made these cookies several times now and they are always a big hit (Seriously, people get crazy over them). I’ve started using MEGA-stuffed Oreos, instead of double-stuffed and oh man…its that much more sinfully delicious. As someone mentioned in the comments, I refrigerate the Oreos as well. Also, in relation to forming the cookie, for the bottom “mound” of cookie dough, I try to avoid using pieces of dough that contain a lot of chocolate chips. I also make the top mound larger than the bottom mound, so that the Oreo doesn’t “sit” on top.
Glad you’ve found what works for you! I have no doubt the Mega-stuffed would rock!
I am making these for my church dessert cook-off. I’m pretty sure I’ll win, considering Oreo’s and Chocolate Chip Cookies are the best things ever! Thanks so much for the amazing recipe! I’ll have you to thank once I am claimed champion dessert-maker in my youth group! Haha! :)
If I bring these to a party would they still be good if I wrapped them up for the next day?
Hi Erika – well, nothing can compare to a warm cookie right from the oven, but sure, they’ll be fine. I’ve made them several times and there’s no way we can eat them all the same day. They’re huge. Perfect for a party, actually!
I laughed out loud over this more than anything I’ve seen for weeks!
If you invited me to a party and brought these, you wouldn’t have to worry about what to do with leftovers.
I would be very appreciative, though…
Haha. Right? They have worked as bribes on many occasions :D
Could I make the dough for these and let it sit in the fridge overnight?
Hi Abbey – I don’t know for sure because I’ve never done it. The dough might get too firm and not be easy to work with the next day, BUT you could probably do it and then the next day feel how firm it is; if it’s too hard, let it sit out for a bit before using. Make sure you wrap it up really good beforehand or it could dry out!
hey! i had a quick question. i am using brown sugar instead of light brown, should i just decrease the amount of it and increase the amount of granulated sugar? thanks!
Hi Bhumika – you mean dark brown sugar instead of light brown? Both are a mixture of sugar and molasses (with dark brown having more, and a slightly stronger flavor), but they can be used interchangeably depending on your personal preference. I would not change the amount of any of the ingredients listed, because I can’t vouch for the results. I’m sure they will still taste great!
thanks (: i just used dark brown sugar and made it 1/2 cup and put 5/4 cups of granulated sugar, it turned out the really good! thanks for the awesome recipe
These cookies are my two most favorite. I can’t wait to make them together like this. Thank you! :-)
I just made these and OH SWEET LAWD are they flawless!!!! I used dark brown sugar instead of light, and I only made 20, as I covered the Oreos in a tiny bit too much batter. I have never made anything before without screwing it up royally before, and I am ridiculously pleased (and probably a bit conceited, too) about the results. Thank you ever so much for this lovely, lovely recipe!
Thank you for this recipe. I just made them with Girl Scout thin mints and they are amazing!
Kiwi, mmmm that sounds good also.
im guessing the parchment paper is just so they dont stick to the pan. can i just use cooking spray or nothing at all? i dont have parchment paper and had to google silpat to figure out what it was.
Hi Angel – yes, you could substitute foil coated with cooking spray.
Any idea of the carb count on these? Sorry to be a pain…my 5 year old was recently diagnosed with type I diabetes (not related to his diet, pancreas just not working anymore) and holiday baking has been a NIGHTMARE! He would love to have one of these, just not sure how I would dose him with insulin. If you don’t know, I can always just guess…:)
Greetings Becky – not a pain at all. One of my dearest friends has a 4YO with Type 1 (diagnosed at the age of 2!)…so difficult. I’m sorry to say that I do not know the calorie count, but you might Google for the information on 2 large chocolate chip cookies and 1 Double Stuffed Oreo cookie, then add the calorie count together ?? HOWEVER, that is just a gauge. I am by no means a doctor or educated source on this matter.
two of my favorite cookies together, looking forward to trying this!
Can you use refrigerated cookie dough for this receipe? Or does it have too much oil in it? Will it flatten out? Just asking, to save some time
Hi Holly – I’ve never used the refrigerated cookie dough, but if memory serves me right, there have been several readers who have and they came out fine. I highly recommend reading through some of the comments to see what they said.
I followed the direction exactly and they came out looking just like the picture. I did find that 13 minutes was not long enough for me and I used and ice cream scoop. I was going to try it 3 ways. Putting them together as directed, letting the second scoop sit on top and melt down, and then in a cupcake pan. After the first 5 (formed as directed) I figured out to play with the dough to form it like a hockey puck. You do have to do it as soon as the dough is made because the longer you let it sit out the dryer it get. Wish I could post the picture, but these cookies are def going to keep us going through the cold Alaska Winter.
I love both chocolate chip cookies and oreos, so I was quite enthusiastic to try these cookies. They turned out perfectly and were easy to make per the recipe. However, once I tried them, I realized there’s something about the two different types of chocolate in one bite that I personally didn’t like. :(
Does the cream filling of the oreo not melt out of the cookie? I mean, me and my mom have been meaning to make this for a while, but we’re stumped on the oreo cream part. Will it stay in the chocolate chip?
Hi Heather – no, the cream of the oreo does not melt. These cookies are more firm than they are soft and gooey. And they’re huge.
Can you use single stuff oreos? or won’t it be as good?
I can’t see why it wouldn’t work. Keep in mind you won’t have as much white filling and the ratio of chocolate chip cookie to Oreo will be even larger.
Hi, I followed the recipe exactly as stated with the correct ingredients and sizes, yet the dough cam out very peanut-butter like and made 5th step impossible. Any recommendations to get a more cookie-dough texture? Thank you!
Hi Danny – sorry you had problems. This has never happened for me, but you might want to read through all the other comments to find some helpful suggestions. Good luck!
Can you post the ingredients in grams, please?
Use cups it’s difficult!
Hi Francy – here’s a converter where you can convert cups, grams, ounces, etc. http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/cooking-conversions/gram-conversions-general.aspx
Hmmm not as troublesome as some of you are commenting. No need for Pam on your hands, no need to make sorrournd the oreo itself at all. I made them just by looking at one of those online pictures I happened to come accross with the sentence “You know you want them”. That was Friday, yesterday I made them. Just make your standard CCC recipe (with butter). Let it sit so that it is gooey (only takes maybe 5 mins) then take your cookie sheet and…1-drop a scoop of cookie dough, 2-take your oreo and lightly press it onto the CCC drop then…3-drop another scoop of CCC dough on top of the oreo….4- HINT the dropplet of top should be about flush with your oreo…5-bake per CCC instructions (350 9-12 mins or until golden brown)..This is what ends up happening, since the dough is gooey it sorrounds the oreo all on its own while its baking. The top flows over and onto the bottom. Result the perfect cookie without the mess all over your hands and NO broken oreos. I was wondering why many were saying the oreos were breaking and I read further and I was like AHHHH thats why! No need for all that your prep time will be much faster, and less messy which means you’ll be able to enjoy that cookie even sooner. Enjoy!
I just made these today as a surprise for my husband for our anniversary… these are seriously the BEST cookies I’ve ever made in my life!!!!!!! He just about died!!!!
I MADE THESE! THEY WERE SO GOOD! What’s with the starting bit?
I wonder if you used the mini snack size Oreo cookies? IDK but sounds like you’d have a whole bunch of little parties in your mouth instead of one big one! Has anyone tried it? Sounds aWeSoMe!!!
Why so much flour?
She made a mistake. I’ve made choc chip cookies hundreds of times….it should be either 2.25 or 2.5 cups of flour.
There’s actually no mistake, Sonia. Something to keep in mind is that these are not just any ‘ol chocolate chip cookie…in essence, they are really TWO cookies surrounding an Oreo, so you do need that flour. Also, it’s worth pointing out that hundreds of others have made these cookies without this issue :D
After further observation…I do see an increase in sugar so the recipe ratio is good…sorry I just went by the previous comment and focused on the flour and I was like hmmm too much but maybe not so much. Sorry, I jumped the gun….but I did put another comment with the way I ‘constructed’ the cookie itself. I’m on maternity leave so I have tons of time on my hands…Ive never commented on these forums before, I’m a newbie!
Yep, I saw that. All good. Whatever works for you! I actually think these cookies are so easy to make, I’m constantly surprised when someone has difficulty. I’d say 90% of people who make these don’t have any problems, and then there are the 10% who say they flatten, spread, too gooey, etc. Hm. Congrats on your baby!
I DOUBLED IT AN IT MAD THE WHOLE BOX THING OF OREOS :)
OMG!!! Best guilty treat I’ve seen in ages..my niece, who’s preggo, will be my “taste-tester” she can get away with them. Thanks for sharing.
Can I use an already made cookie mix from a box? and can i ditch the cookie scoop for a spoon?
I couldn’t say, personally, since I’ver never tried it. But you could read through the comments…I think a few people have done that.
DO IT I DID!
Hint: If you freeze the oreo cookies before making them, you avoid broken cookies.
Overall, they were delicious and super easy to make!
Great idea! :) You are one smart cookie. :)
I haven’t made them yet, but my taste buds are already thanking me because they know it’s going to happen soon!
I don’t know if it’s because I suck at cooking or what… But these were tedious to make. Haha they tasted great though.
I made these for the first time last year, and now EVERYONE wants me to make them for everything. They are amazing and I am terriable at baking. On Superbowl I took about 3-4 Rollo’s and put them inside, instead of the Oreos. They are a bit of a pain to get the cookie dough around, but they came out with chocolate and carmel oozing out. So good.
I made these and they came out delicious. Now everyone wants me to make them for events and birthdays and what not. I didn’t exactly get 2 dozen cookies, I was a little shy, but I think that was because at first I was using too much cookie dough to wrap around the oreo.
Soooo gna makr these yummmm heaven! Make ray these try reeses cups in there too or snicks rays fav!
WHAT? What in the world does all that gobbledy-gook mean???????
WOW, is all I can say about these cookies. I think I have to try them :)
Just made these with my wife and kids. Not only was it easy and fun (we actually just used the pillsbury tube of cookie dough), but… O… M…. G….
I have no words to describe the party that is going on in my mouth.
I was so excited when I saw this recipe on Tue that I had to make them today, Sat.
I’m no baker. I’m one of those people who loves to read recipes and reviews but I’m scared to try anything, even though I have a fabulous KitchenAid mixer.
So tonight I had six people over, and being the Oreo’s 100th Anniversary Week, I had to make these.
Here are a few hints for the non-bakers.
The recipe is easy to follow. However, with the first few, I kind of moved them around my hands like someone making meatballs would. That ended up with a lot of broken Oreos within the choc chip cookie batter, although no one would probably know the difference. But I did learn that working with your fingers vs. the palms of your hands DEFINITELY fixes that problem.
The other thing is you really can’t bury more than six Oreos into the batter before it’s time to put the batter into the fridge for a good thirty minutes. It just gets WAY too soft/warm/melty.
So now you’ve made six cookie/Oreo bombs, refrigerated the dough and made six more and put them on your fancy-schmancy Silpat, and baked them. My oven took a good 20 minutes. These, like I said, are bombs, not cookies. They’re huge.
Everyone I made them for said they were DELICIOUS but tasted exactly as if I had baked chocolate chip cookies and put them on a plate with a side of Oreos. In other words, not worth the effort. Bake a cookie, take a bite, them take a bite of an Oreo and you get the same (albeit easy) thing.
OH, PS…With this recipe I made 22 Oreo-stuffed cookies and put the rest of the batter in the freezer, which will easily make an additional dozen regular chocolate chip cookies. No one can eat more than two or three of these and it definitely makes more than the two dozen the recipe says.
love ya idea
Wonderful!:) I signed up the recipe!;)
So. Much. Win!!!!
Also use cupcake tins.
made them today…when my talkative sister came to visit, I didn’t hear a peep from her while she was eating them, I looked over to see her reaction and she had this huge chocolatey smile. :)
Suggestion: I used someone else’s suggestion about putting pam on my hands and then making two scoops of dough and placing the oreo in the middle and then shaping the dough around the oreo. Also, my dough only made 18 cookies. They are HUGE but delish.
this is exactly what I’m making once my cheat day comes for my diet. SALIVATE!
That is hysterical. :)
I made these on Sunday for our little Oscar party and they were a huge hit! And for someone with no culinary bone in her body, they were pretty simple to make.
Made these last night and they were DE-LISH! I do have one hint (to keep them from flattening out)… First spray your hands with Pam or other non-stick spray. After you have made your balls and placed your Oreo in the middle, make them form right up againt the side of the Oreo (they will look more like a ball instead of a pancake)… Then bake. Mine came out perfect. Thanks for the recipe! This might be the World’s Best Cookie!
Wow these look amazing, might make these as a chemo-treat for my dad. He was so happy when he showed him these :)
Wow, that’s a true testament to their awesomeness. Think of the smile you’ll get from him once he eats one!
We made your cookies and we are calling them Hidden Treasure Cookies! They turned out perfectly and are being devoured as we speak <3
I made these for Valentines day. Amazing! And yes, use a muffin pan to hold it shape. Or you could always cut off the extra cookie left around the Oreo. :)
These are AMAZING! So glad I found your site! I love it!
Made these for the Super Bowl and they got rave reviews! My only question is if you have any suggestions to prevent them looking like UFOs (for lack of a better description!). The dough ended up flatting out around the sides of the Oreo, so while it was still completely covered with dough, they ended up looking like regular flat chocolate chip cookies with a big lump in the middle (the Oreo), as opposed to keeping the shape of the Oreo. They still tasted delicious, this is just an esthetic-type question for next time :)
Hi there Kay – I’ve made these a few times now and haven’t had any issues, but I recall a few other people writing in saying theirs flattened. I remember one comment from a gal who said she placed them in muffin tins to retain their round shape. You could try that maybe? Other than that, and I know it’s somewhat of any arduous task, you could sift through all the comments…there might be some other suggestions in there.
I haven’t tried these yet… but I might try putting them in a muffin top pan. Kind of a compromise between the muffin tin and the cookie tray options. The lip might be big enough to help hold up the edges. :)
Try putting the dough in the fridge for about 30 minutes (or freezer if you’re pressed for time) before you put them together with the oreo. Cold cookie dough before baking makes for taller, prettier cookies :)
ok, I have my ingredients all mixed up and I’m getting ready to mix it into balls, but…..it’s so fluffy that I can’t. I’m wondering if I read the directions for the flour wrong. I used 3 and 1/2 cups of flour. Is that right? It’s not like regular cookie dough at all, not sticky or wet so it won’t form into a ball. Help!
Hi Ami – 3 1/2 cups of flour is correct. I couldn’t say what happened, since I wasn’t watching you make them. I haven’t had any issues with these cookies, but a few other people have said the dough was too sticky to work with, so they put it in the fridge for 30 minutes to firm up. Try that!
thank you for the quick response! I actually just started from scratch. I had to sift out my chocolate chips from the first batch because I didn’t have enough for the 2nd, haha. Anyway, I must have made a mistake the first time b/c the 2nd one turned out perfect, not too dry or sticky. I did run out of vanilla extract, so I didn’t have enough and I didn’t get nearly as many balls out of the dough, so I hope they turn out okay! I guess we’ll find out in 13 minutes! Thanks again!
These Cookies turned out Fantastic! I followed every direction (normally I don’t) You should. don’t use double stuff though. and they don’t need to be completely gold. since the layers of actual cooke are thinner than normal.
Thank you for the Recipe!
I just made these and they are sooooo good. I could only make 18. I will defiantly be making these again soon :)
I just made these, and they didn’t turn out quite as beautiful as they are pictured here. It took too much dough for me to cover the Oreo completely, so the cookies are HUGE (I could only make about 10, even though the recipe says it makes 24). Next time, I might try to use regular Oreos instead of Double Stuff.
this didn’t work they just melted into a pile of mush.
Sorry Grady :( All I can say is I’ve made them several times without any issues and so have many other people. Then there are some who have run into problems. Maybe you flattened the top and bottom dough around the Oreo too much, instead of leaving a ball? Maybe the temperature of your oven is higher then mine? I have no idea what goes wrong for you and the others. It’s a pretty basic recipe.
So I tried making these . . .and they flopped. I did as comments suggested and cut back on flour, big mistake!! Less flour made them melt, turning them into UFO looking things. It also made the dough super sticky, which wasn’t great to work with. However, they taste and smell AMAZING! If (who am I kidding? WHEN) I make these again I’ll use the amount of flour called for in the recipe. Other then my mistake, these cookies are so good . . .and guilty.
DELICIOUS!! mine took a few more minutes to bake, but they came out SOOO well!! thank you for the awesome recipe!!
I JUST Finished Making These . But I Used Regular , Golden , AND Mint Oreos . The Mint Oreos Inside A Chocolate Chip Cookie ? OH MY GOD . It’s Like Heaven . Hope My Friends At School Like Them As Much As I Do . :))))))
Hi Brianna – I’ve made them with the mint oreos, too. If your friends don’t like them, you need new friends! Ah, I kid. Thanks so much for stopping by!
HILARIOUS remarks. Boy I could relate.
Totally awesome cookies. Thanks! :)
Can I name it. Im making these for a some people and they are good. Name: Mal’s or Mal’s Cookie.
Okay – so I made these tonight and they are AMAZING! I had a box of Candy Cane Joe-Joe’s from Trader Joe’s that I needed to get rid of (for some reason), so I subbed them in for the Double Stuff Oreos. If you enjoy a hint of mint, it was a great substitution. I’m super excited to share these with my coworkers tomorrow. Thanks for sharing!
Hi Erica – so glad they worked out for you. A minty center sounds sounds like a great variation :D
Holy shmoly I may or may not have peed my pants a little bit upon seeing the photo of this amazing little party for your mouth. Thank you for sharing!!! I will be making them in 3…2…1
Lol. I’m familiar with that reaction, myself. Thanks, Erin!
Thank you so much for this recipe! I made these last night and they were A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!
Thanks for the recipe. Going to bake these and put them in a christmas tin for my oreo obsessed brother-in-law as part of his christmas present. He saw a picture of these and was amazed. Can’t wait to see his face when he opens the tin.
These look so good! Me and my friends do a cookie exchange every year and I am definitely making these! Can you use things like Betty Crocker cookie mixes, or do you need to make the dough from scratch?
Hi Bridget – I’ve only made them the way in the recipe, so I couldn’t say what your results would be like with packaged dough, but you could read through some of the other comments who have tried it and see what they say. Thanks!
AWESOME! these cookies are absolutely DEE-lish. my family used Pillsbury cookie dough (cylinder) with the double stuffed oreos. they’re addictive already :). ENJOY !
I just made some, and I see that everyone was having problems with the dough sticking to your fingers. Just spray a little Pam on your fingers, and you’re good to go. Good luck, and thanks for the recipe (:
i tired these except i made them with peanut butter cookies & mixed some regular oreos and mint oreos. i hope you don’t mind that i shared with your link.
General rule is us your own photo and link to the original source, so thank you. Recipes are meant to be loved and shared :D So glad you enjoyed them!
Hey, I just tried making these cookie and the only problem that I have is they spread out while baking. So they look like UFO’s. What am I doing wrong? They taste Great but don’t look like the picture!
Hm. I don’t know :( The only thing I can think of is maybe you used too much dough surrounding the Oreo?
The same thing happened me. Just chill the dough for a little while and they’ll come out looking like the picture. That’s what I did. They’re so delicious I just made them for my fam for Christmas Eve.
I just made these to bring to a work potluck tomorrow and they are absolutely amazing!! And addictive….. Thanks for the recipe!
I made these with store bought cookie dough (not the square ones, just the cylinder package) and they turned out AWESOME! Everyone loved them.
What brand of cookie dough did you use? I was wanting to try the same thing. But am worried of how they’ll turn out.
I’m going to attempt making these, I can’t wait. But I’ve heard that 3 1/2 cups of flour were to flowery. I usually make my regular chocolate chip cookies with only 2 1/4 cups of flour. But let’s hope for the best!!!! Thanks for the directions!
I used the 3 1/2 cups of flour, and it was WAY too much. I would definitely recommend using less, 2 1/4 cup sounds better. But otherwise these were GREAT and I plan on trying them again!! Thanks for the recipe!
just made these tonight, and they are absolutely awesome… I chose to substitute part of the chocolate chips with chopped walnuts and – perfection! :)
Greetings Sabrina – so glad they worked out for you! I love the idea of adding in walnuts :D Mmmm.
Can I use store bought cookie dough?
Hi Danielle – a few others have asked the same thing. I honestly couldn’t say…I don’t know if the consistency of store bought would be the same as this recipe. If the dough is too thin, it could run. I also don’t know how many pre-made packages you’d need to buy. However, I say try it! I’d love to know if they turn out.
I started hyperventilating as soon as I inhaled the aura of the dough.
These cookies – NEED TO MAKE!
No exceptions. If you don’t, you’ll regret it later.
Mm, Mm, Mm.
You need to make these!
It was very sticky, trying to form the sticky dough around the oreo. So what I did was put a bowl of flour on the side, and before I rolled the cookies into balls, I dipped my hands in flour lightly. It helped a ton.
I made them and they are delicious; however, I was beyond frustrated as the dough was stuck all over my hands and not the Oreos…. Any suggestions?
Maybe putting the dough in the refrigerator for 30 minutes would help firm it up before using? I’ve done that with a few other cookie recipes. Also, see Carla’s comment above.
Thanks for the suggestion!
I just had a foodgasm
I just can’t wait to make and try these two of my favorite things together…wow! :) um…I am hungry now….lol…
I cannot wait to try these!
a TABLESPOON of Vanilla?! isnt that a bit much? but other than that- delicious :-)
Hi! I’m 16 and i found your blog via a google search of oreo stuffed choc Chip cookies and I love your blog!! Was curious when did you start this blog?
Greetings Tasneem – Thank you! It’s been a work in progress since I started, which was in January of 2009.
aloha from hawaii.. i absolutely LOVE these cookies! i have 9 older brothers.. (yes i said 9).. (big hawaiian raised family).. and these cookies are a hit! hands down the most favorite cookie of the family!.. let’s just say.. it takes way longer to bake than i can make them for my brothers. however… we need to do a lot of surfing to work them off.. but it’s definitely worth it! and we love surfing so it’s a win-win. mahalo for sharing the recipe. it’s definitely a keeper.
Greetings Nani! So glad your family is enjoying them. And yes, there’s no question that eating even one of these requires aerobic exercise afterwards or they’ll stick to your thighs. Wish *I* could go surfing ;-) Cheers to you and your hungry brothers :D – Amy
Just made them and WOW! I figured out what makes them run–too much cookie dough. If you follow the recipe and use roughly a tablespoon on each side of the Oreo, you’re good to go!
These are incredible. The End.
Just kidding. I have a funny story to share:
When making these I mixed the butter and sugars together expertly, added the eggs and the vanilla like a boss and was then getting ready to mix the dry ingredients together. I saw that I would need a 1 cup and 1/2 cup measuring cups for the flour… but I couldn’t find my 1/2 cup. I found my 1/4 cup though, and that’s when I panicked. Instead of measuring out 3/4 cup brown sugar (dipping in the 1/4 cup 3 times) had measured out 1.5 cups brown sugar (dipping the 1/2 cup 3 times). OOPS! What to do? Double entire recipe and end up with 48 massive cookies. And they have all been awesome.
HA. That is funny. And certainly not beyond my realm of doing the same thing. Was never good with math/fractions anyway ;-) And hey, nothing wrong with 48 of these bad boys…and long as you pace yourself!
My cousin is obsessed with chocolate chip cookies and oreos and now you have just given me a way to combine them both! You’re amazing!!!
Just made these and they are AMAZING!!! I ate two.
I made one to start to see how the cookie would cook and it starts to run. How do I make these without having the cookie dough run? Please help me because I want these to be perfect and want them to be the hit at my boyfriends fantasy draft party.
Hi Shannon – I have never had this problem, however it seems to be a mixed bag…some readers encountered no issues, like myself, where others have had the same question as you. I would recommend you read through some of the earlier comments and the replies to see if you can find a solution. Good luck!
I’ve found that if you soften the butter in the microwave, as opposed to letting it soften on the counter top, the cookie dough runs more and is sometimes even crispy around the edges.
me and my friend was thinking of baking these tonight :D
but i’m from sweden and i’m not sure how much a cup is cause here we use dl but hopefully they’ll turn out great :D
love from sweden
i spent a lot of time in sweden when my family lived in europe as my father was in the army. i believe one cup = 2 dl. that is if you haven’t already figured it out.
my swedish is bad but lycka till!
I just made these and OMG are hey amazing!!! My fiance is going away on a trip this week so he’s taking some with him to share with his friends. I think he’s going to be a huge hit with these amazing cookies!
That’s awesome! And congrats on your engagement – maybe you should serve these at your wedding. HA.
OMG! Thank you, Amy, for sharing this delicious recipe! I was assigned to make dessert for a Sunday School beach day, and I came across the picture and link for your website on Pinterest. I have never made cookies from scratch, but they sounded way too good not to try! I followed the recipe to a tee except I subbed Cool Mint Oreos for the mint chocolate flavor. They turned out just perfect!!!My husband and I just enjoyed one, and I hope we don’t eat them all before the event tomorrow. Thanks again :-)
Greetings Katie! Good call on the Cool Mint sub – sounds delish. It is hard to eat just one, huh?…even though they’re humongous! So glad they worked out for you :D
I made these cookies for a picnic the other day. Everyone raved about them and some of the women said they “needed a cigatette after eating them”. HA! Will definitely be making these again! Thank you!!
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wow. I can’t WAIT to make these.
OH MY FREAKIN GOODNESS!!!!!!!
That is all I have to say about that………
I saw these on a Tumblr post and HAD to make them for my bf. He’s in the navy and always eating ship food so his mouth is watering for these.. They are in the oven right now.. but for kicks I used peanutbutter Oreo’s ;)
mmmmm! I can see how these could be a problem to a waistline. I’ll have to make some now. . . and take them to work. The co-workers are all health conscious and would love/hate me for it.
Ohh…my! Thank you for sharing!
One word: Phenomenal.
Okay, maybe two: Phenomenal AND Delicious!
Thank you so much for sharing this!
oh there are NO words …. you’re terrible….. aka…just the BEST….
I made these cookies for a dessert auction at church. They didn’t look nearly as nice as yours and I didn’t have time for a “trial run”. We tasted one and they were really good, so I donated them anyway. They went for $125! Maybe I’ll offer to make another batch for the man who bought them. Thanks for the recipe!
$125!! Wow. When I made them, all I got was a “thanks, Mom” and a few extra pounds around my waistline ;-)
I made these and they spread WAY out on me too, plus I had to bake them a lot longer b/c they wouldn’t really brown. At first, I thought the dough was a very firm one b/c it really slowed down my hand mixer (which is a very strong one); plus it seemed like a lot of flour to butter ratio compared to other recipes I use. Also because of all the handling, the dough got softer from body heat.
Today I am making them again and this time I refrigerated the dough in hopes of keeping the shape longer, they still spread some. I increased the temp and finally put in the oven thermometer (I bought after I baked these the first time) and my temp seems off. Now I have my oven set on 390, but in the past I had a thermometer that said my temp was accurate. Obviously this has changed.
So, for those whose cookies spread, check your oven’s temp. However, I am still working on time length and trying to decide what works best for my oven.
Although the taste is very important, I like the way the cookies in the picture look. When they spread out too far they end up looking like cookies with a tumor in the middle, so, to me, the less spreading the better. Plus you don’t end up biting Oreo in each bite, only once you get to the center. In fact, someone said to me, “What happened?” in reference to the lump in the middle.
Now my big concern is that they are completely cooked, but they are baking the recommended 13 minutes, at the very least, so I am thinking/hoping that should be good. I’m bringing them to a pot luck tonight.
I have various sized scoops and the one that I find works best is the one that is about 1 1/4 inch (HEAPING) to completely cover the Oreo and there are still some spaces that need little patches to cover completely. However, I never got the full two dozen out of the recipe and that was with varying sizes of the scoop and making sure the cookie is completely covered.
All-in-all, I gave some to the people at work and they loved them.
My partner who only had home-baked cakes & cookies growing up loved them too!!
THANKS for the recipe! After reading the comments, I see I can also change things up a bit as far as what can be added/substituted with/for the chips.
Greetings Jeff! Oh my goodness. Thank you for your thoughtful comment. There have been several people who have made these without any problems, and quite a few who have been frustrated with the end result – seems like mostly with them flattening out too much.
I did not find this recipe to be troubling. I made the cookie dough, scooped them into balls (like an assembly line) and then placed one on top of the Oreo, and one on the bottom. I molded the dough around the Oreo so it was completely concealed, placed them on silpat mattes and baked. Cooked and golden in 13 minutes.
All I can say is that any dough, if worked for a long time can get thin and sticky. Also, every oven heats differently, so when baking anything, times can always vary slightly. Lastly, where you live (the altitude) effects the moisture of flour.
If you look at the original recipe (where I got it from), her cookies are flatter than mine. So maybe *I* am the one doing it all wrong!
I made these but when they went in the oven they spread out flat :/ :(
Just so you know we made this at Women Bringing you Sandwiches but we made it an ice cream sandwich. If you want to see the pictures check us out on facebook. http://on.fb.me/gpLuLk
I am trying these today and shortly after I put them in the oven (maybe 3 minutes) some smoke came out from the cookies but as far as I can tell nothing is burnt so not sure where it came from.
I put the cookies in the middle rack on wax paper… didn’t have anything else. Will post again with how they come out.
They turned out well but soon found out I used a lot more cookie dough then needed so took longer to bake along with big blobs on cookies with the middle indented where the Oreo is.
Hm. I never thought of this recipe as a complicated one. Glad it worked out in the end. And really, who cares if they’re pretty? As long as they taste good…and how could they not, right? :D
It’s not hard at all but for someone that has never really baked anything it was just something easy enough that I could try it and see what happens.
When putting the dough around the cookie I really didn’t think I used that much but after seeing them cooking and the dough basically melting around the cookie I went back and looked at the picture you have and thought to myself “yup, I used about double the dough” so I expect if I were to do it again and use the right amount of dough per cookie they would turn out as intended.
No no. It wasn’t a criticism. Just surprised you had some issues. Like the smoke…yikes. I don’t know about the dough. There is a lot used – I mean, it’s basically two chocolate chip cookies surrounding the Oreo. I fear my picture doesn’t do the size of these cookies justice. They are indeed HUGE.
Sean – Perhaps the smoke came from the wax paper, since you aren’t supposed to put wax paper in the oven. However, if nothing was visible, then that’s mysterious.
You know how sometimes when you try to dip Oreo cookies into milk, the mouth of the cup isn’t wide enough, so the Oreo stays dry and un-dippable and it’s really saddening? I feel like this would be the case. Obviously the solution is to make wider cups (: P.S. Those cookies look heavenly and if I had access to an oven I’d make them asap!
Hi Christine – that’s so funny about the wax paper. I didn’t even catch that he said that. But sure enough…no doubt that’s the culprit to the smoke incident. These cookies are quite huge, so if you’re set on dunking, just cut them in half first before they take the plunge :D
Oh my word Sean, DO NOT PUT WAX PAPER IN YPUR OVEN, YOU COULD START A FIRE, USE TIN FOIL
The first thing I thought of when I saw this recipe, was how i need to grab two of these, put some icecream in between them and have the most amazing cookie-icecream-sandwich, ever!
I just finished making these. Yummmmmm. After all that, my husband said we should go for the trifecta and batter it up and deep fry them. Good lord.
I am so going to try these next time I bake…they look so yummy!!!!
Thanks for posting it.
I wanted to make these cookies for my family but would it be a little easier to use already made cookie dough and then put them over the cookies and just bake them you think?
Hi there Terri. Easier, sure. But I don’t know if store bought cookie dough has the same consistency as this homemade recipe – it might be too thin to mold. Also, I don’t know how much from each log you need to use to form two cookies. Having said all that, there’s only one way to find out. I say go for it! See how it turns out and let us know :D
I made these over the weekend and they were fan-freaking-tastic! I agree that they could use a tich less flour. I also made a minor adjustement, instead of 2 cups of chocolate chips I used approx. 1 cup of broken up skor bar and the other half chocolate chips. I also substituted some of the butter for lard so the cookies kept their form and didn’t collapse in the oven.
just made these with my mates. might want to decrease the flour a bit, we had to add some milk because the dough was so tough. otherwise, heaven! :D xx
I found the dough to be quite soft and pliable, easy to mold around the Oreo. I think adding milk would make the batter too soft. Glad you still liked them, though. But what’s not to like, right? 3 cookies in 1…
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THESE ARE AWSSSSSOMEEEE MY DORM MATES AND I ABSOLUTLEY LOVE THIS TASTY TREAT AT FIRST WE WERE LIKE UMMM MAYBE BUT THE TASTE ONCE IT HIT OUR MOUTH WAS OVER WELMING I BELEIEVE I HAD ABOUT 8 MYSELF WHO EVER MADE THIS RECIPE GREAT JOB. ITS FANTASTIC.
Seriously, Amy? Tempting me with cookies like this… it’s not fair. I don’t even HAVE a sweet tooth. I’m just big boned. ;)
My old boss came into my office yesterday. She hasn’t seen me in 4-5 years. And the first words out of her mouth were “You’ve gained quite a bit of weight”… Um. Gee. I didn’t even have the words.
I may never fit into a bathing suit again.
I love this idea! Oreos just make the world a better place.
So making these tonight to take to Cancun with me tomorrow. I don’t care if both my cousin and I did lose weight for this trip and are planning on spending 7 days in our bathing suits, these look way to good to pass up!!!
Hell YUUUUUUUUM !!
I WANT to make these.
But i’m french (nobody’s perfect!), and i don’t know what “a cup” of something is..Could you “translate” it in grams or centilitres, or whatever i would understand? ^^’
Thanks a loooooot!
Greetings Talvi – I’ve never converted anything, so bear with me on this one. I just used an online measurement converter. This is what I got:
1 cup=99 grams
3/4 cup=74 grams
1 Tablespoon=6 grams
1 Teaspoon=2 grams
Here’s the link: http://www.onlineconversion.com/weight_volume_cooking.htm
Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. A cup of feathers will weigh less than a cup of sand, clearly. Since cooking is mostly about proportions, just get a cup and establish that as 1 cup. If it’s perfectly cylindrical it’ll be a lot easier, and if it’s translucent, even easier. If not, some simple tests can help you make a graduated cup.
Fill the cup with water.
Get two other cups that are exactly the same size and translucent. Transfer the water from the cup you’ve established as 1 cup between the other two cups until the water levels are even. Transfer this water back to your 1 cup and mark it. 1/2 cup. Repeat for the 1/2 cup to get 1/4 cup. With that, you should be able to measure out all of the ingredients for this recipe.
Hi James – thanks for chiming in and the helpful advice. As I said, I’ve never needed to convert measurements before…Talvi will probably get a more accurate cookie dough by your instruction.
Yeah, when I moved to germany, I didn’t have my measuring cups with me, so I had to figure out ways to use all of my american recipes here.
1 cup of all-purpose flour is 4.25 ounces so that makes conversion much simpler. 1 cup of sugar is 7 ounces by weight. 1/2 cup of butter is 4 ounces by weight. Simply convert the ounces to grams and you’ll have the perfect equivalents.
Thanks Rebecca – a.k.a. master of all things baked goods. And otherwise :D
I should’ve pointed out that the granulated sugar weighs 7 ounces for 1 cup and brown sugar weighs 7.5 ounces. Sorry for forgetting that :-)
Also? I need these cookies.
I made these with white chocolate chip chocolate cookies and mini oreos. Next time it’s double stuffed!!
YUM! I have seen these cookies circulating in the blogosphere, and they look absolutely amazing! I’m going to make them for my next farmers market.
How neat – the oreos inside the chocolate chip cookies, I’m loving this treat, a must try!
I just found your blog and I’m already hooked. I’ve gone through all of your recipes and saved a ton! They’re tasty and exotic but not too complicated for a novice like me to understand. I’m so excited to try my hand at all these <3
So glad to hear it, Sydney! I pride myself on posting recipes that are flavorful, without keeping you tied to the kitchen for an hours. Happy to have you with us :D
I love the way ur blog is designed…Amazing…Perfect with the meals, the gab n the links!!!
Thank you for the kind words – much appreciated!
Hi- I found your post on Tastespotting. My daughter emailed at work the other day that she had seen a recipe for Oreo-stuffed chocolate-chip cookies- I wonder if it was yours? She’d scream if I made them for her- your recipe looks very yummy.
I wonder if you’d mind if I made them lo-cal by using regular-stuff Oreos instead of Double-Stuff? %^P
Of course you can sub in regular Oreos! But since this really is 3 cookies in 1, I think the decrease in calories will be so minor, you might as well go full-bore. Glad you found me!
that looks sooo sinful but oh so good. What a great idea!!
The photo is so clear, the cookies look like I can reach into my monitor and take one! These look decadent, but the calorie count will deter me from even thinking about making them.
These look amazing. Quick question, though – do the Oreos soften as the cookies bake? If yes, we can just go ahead and order me a diabetes kit right now.
Hi Jen – thanks for stopping by! The Oreos only partially soften, leaving a slight crunch when taking a bite. But don’t let that detour you. You’ll love them, promise :D
This is seriously brilliant! I seriously have to make these. Luckily I have a good group of victims I mean recipients in mind I’ll be okay! Thanks for sharing! =)
im gonna try this recipe and make my pants tight too! hahahaa
this looks sooooo sinful! what i would give to bite into those right now!
Oh. my. lord. These look amazing!
I already had to buy a larger size jeans today. I better not even think about these.
OH My Heavens! Will you marry me?! LOL These look like the best thing since….well….I don’t think ANYTHING can top these! What have you done to me?!! :)
Ha! I know, right? Possibly the best way to make friends. Or get a marriage proposal. Everyone should carry a bag of these around with them :D
I’ve been seeing these around, they are so cute. Yours came out fantastic – I want one!
Thanks to this, I have no started Insanity again.
Wow, you really have an amazing combination here! So hard not to try these out. What a special treat :)
A friend of mine posted a picture of these on her facebook page and I nearly de-facebook friended her on the fact that she will be responsible for the future jump in my clothing size.
I almost did that to Rachel. And she calls herself a friend. Pffft.
LOVE YOU SUGARSHACK! :D XOXO
*mwah* XOXOXO. Love you doll.
Are you nuts? This is just not normal. Or safe in any way. But — oh. my. goodness. Those are double stuff, aren’t they? :)
Double stuffed, baby. Double stuffed. Hey, if you’re going this far – stuffing a cooking inside two other cookies – you might as well go the distance.
I just had a blood test, and although I don’t have the results, oh, Ame, just shoot me now!
*Divert Dad’s attention* “Oh look! An endangered bird!” “Oh look! A quarter!”…
I made these from Picky Palette’s recipe last night. My girlfriend and I got a little happy with the cookie dough though and only ended up with 11 cookies. You think your cookies were big? Holy moses you have no idea haha :)
Come again…you only had 11 cookies?! WHAT? Eating just one would be like an instant coronary. I mean, sure, you’d die happy, but…
Oh, my goodness. That reminds me of my brownie recipe which involves Symphony bars. Yum!
You are a bad, bad girl for posting those! I think we must try them. :)
I know. I did sort of feel like the devil. But who am I to deprive everyone of my findings – I believe in delivery the facts and letting my readers decide for themselves ;-)
I LOVE this idea. Combining two of my favorite cookies would have to taste amazing. Thanks for the recipe. I think I’ll try it.
Ame, these look…drool…SINFUL! I don’t recall being a victim…er…I mean recipient of these pieces of sugary yummy goodness. *clears throat*
After a few in my belly, I decided it best to give most of them away. Trust me – you’d be cursing my name if I gave you any :D
Yeah so I really need to find an occasion to make these. I saw them at Picky Palate when she posted them originally…and then so many subsequent creations that followed – stuffing CCCs with all kinds of crazy things…Reese’s…Snickers…Milky Ways…(the list is ENDLESS). So right. An occasion. An occasion that is NOT me sitting in my room studying. Sigh.
I do not need to know about the variations. I am going to pretend I didn’t read those…”la la la la la la la la…not listening!”
Woah! Good advice, these look way too good!
Hi there, kitten!
My suggestion to you and your awesome blogosphere–these are the best eaten WARM. It will only take 15 seconds of your time. Nuke for 15 seconds in the microwave if they are not fresh out of the oven. You’re totally welcome!
I can’t take credit, my neighbor Jason posted the recipe on Faceplace and I had to do this. They’re beyond ridiculously good.
Hi, there. I tried to make these and I think that I measure out everything to the t, but the dough turned out really sticky. I couldn’t mold it around the oreos, because it was continuously sticking to my hands. Do you know what I did wrong or could change? Thanks!
Hi there Erin…hm. I honestly couldn’t say :( I didn’t run into this problem and several other people who made them didn’t mention any issues. I do know that with any cookie dough, if you don’t work with it fairly fast it tends to become softer and stickier (I’ve even seen some cookie recipes suggest putting the dough in the fridge for a while before using), so maybe that was it? You do want the dough soft, for sure, so it’s pliable and can mold around the Oreo. You could try and add a bit more flour to the mixture, but I’d be beware of the dough being too tough then. Or maybe you could buy pre-made cookie dough and see if that brings you better luck?
I had the same problem!! It was sooo sticky! Therefore, each cookie probably had twice the amount of dough on it and came out very deformed looking. I just made them last night! However, they taste delicious !