15 Best Oreo Dessert Recipes To Make At Home

15 Best Oreo Dessert Recipes To Make At Home

Oreos are a magical baking ingredient. Thanks to their simple nature, they go with pretty much any sweet project you might have planned for the kitchen.

If you’re looking for some good ideas on how to use them in your next batch of cookies or cupcakes, then keep reading. Here are 15 Oreo dessert recipes that will help you get started!

Vegan Oreo Baked Donuts

Vegan Oreo Baked Donuts

We’re starting our list with a little twist, by turning these delectable little cookies into a donut that doesn’t just taste great, but is vegan-friendly too! The result is an amazing treat that’s perfect to serve at any party or family get-together.

One of the best parts of this recipe is the fact that these donuts are baked, rather than fried in oil. This means that you don’t need an old deep-fryer for this recipe, and can do it without buying too much else, apart from the ingredients.

You’ll be able to make these donuts in a couple of hours, so they’re ideal for when friends drop around, or if you want to put on a quick dessert for your next dinner party.

They’re also a perfect way to use up leftover vegan cookie dough you might have!

Oreo Cheesecake Cookie Cups

Oreo Cheesecake Cookie Cups

The versatility of Oreos knows no bounds. In this recipe, you’ll see that on full display, with the creamy topping of this cheesecake cup being filled with delicious Oreo!

If you’ve never made anything like this before, then this is one of those recipes where you should start small and build up from there.

If you’re not sure whether you can handle all the steps involved here, go ahead and try it out first with just two cookies. Once you feel comfortable enough to tackle it, you can always add more later!

Black Magic Bars

Black Magic Bars

If you’re in the mood for something decadent today, then you need to check out this amazing 7-layer bar recipe. With how good it tastes, it certainly earns its name by working magic with these ingredients!

This is another recipe that will take some time to complete. It’s a long process, but the result is well worth the effort. So, if you fancy yourself as quite the baker, why not give it a shot?

The reason behind this lengthy process is that the chocolate bars inside each layer are cooked separately, which means that they require different amounts of time to finish cooking.

But once you’ve got them done, you’ll find that they’re really easy to assemble, and you could even consider doing this part while guests arrive.

Oreo Cookie Balls

Oreo Cookie Balls

Cookie balls are one of those recipes that tend to go under the radar for a lot of people, and that’s a real shame. Thankfully, they get the attention they deserve with this amazing Oreo spin on the classic dessert!

These aren’t overly complicated, and they’re super simple to make. You’ll only need three main ingredients – Oreos, peanut butter, and icing sugar. That’s it!

It’s also important to note that you shouldn’t worry about making the balls completely uniform. If you prefer yours slightly bigger, or smaller, then go ahead and adjust accordingly.

The beauty of this recipe is that you can enjoy the results immediately after having created them. They won’t last very long, so there’s no need to freeze them beforehand.

Oreo Brownies

Oreo Brownies

Who doesn’t love a good brownie? With this incredible Oreo-infused recipe, certainly not us!

To make these brownies taste mouth-watering, we decided to use Oreo Pieces instead of regular chocolate chips. These little candies are packed full of flavor, which makes them perfect for baking.

As far as preparation goes, this recipe takes a bit longer to create than most others on our list. But, it’s nothing compared to the deliciousness you’ll experience at the end.

Chocolate Oreo Bundt Cake

Chocolate Oreo Bundt Cake

Bundt cakes are one of those recipes that have a thousand ways of making them. This Oreo take is exactly the sort of spin that will make this European classic go down a treat with both adults and kids!

You’ll notice that this cake has an extra step when compared to other recipes on this list. Instead of simply spreading the batter between the layers, you’ll need to bake the whole thing.

That way, you can ensure that your cake comes out perfectly round, without any cracks or imperfections. After baking, you’ll be left with a wonderful, soft sponge cake.

If you fancy trying something a little different, then this is the best recipe to do it with. Not only does this cake look stunning, but the flavors are truly unique, too.

Chocolate Covered Oreos

Chocolate Covered Oreos

This one is simple, yet deliciously effective. Chocolate is a guaranteed improvement on any dessert, especially when slathered on a cookie, such as an Oreo.

So what better way to combine the two than by taking advantage of their natural affinity for each other? In this case, the result is an incredibly sweet, decadent treat that everyone will love.

When preparing this recipe, you’ll need to break up the cookies into bite-sized pieces first. Then, coat them in melted chocolate using a spoon or spatula. Finally, place them back into the refrigerator until the chocolate hardens.

Once they are ready, you’ll find that these Oreos are ideal for eating straight from the fridge. Alternatively, you could pop them into the freezer for 15 minutes before serving.

Cookies And Cream Oreo Cake Roll

Cookies And Cream Oreo Cake Roll

We’ve included this recipe because it was one of the first ones that came to mind when thinking about how to improve upon the original Oreo.

The answer, as always, lies in the addition of a little dark chocolate and chocolate ganache. The creamy filling complements the crunchy cookie quite nicely, providing delightful contrast to its soft texture.

The combination of flavors is also impressive, particularly if you’re used to eating traditional Oreo treats. But, if you haven’t tried them lately, don’t worry – just give this recipe a try, and you’ll soon discover why they’re still hugely popular today.

Oreo Chocolate Moose

Oreo Chocolate Moose

While not strictly speaking a dessert, this recipe certainly deserves inclusion here. It’s a great example of the power of combining ingredients in unexpected combinations.

On one level, you have the Oreos, which provide a base for the whole concoction. On another, there’s the chocolate moose candy, which adds a wonderfully rich, deep color to the mix.

But, it’s the marshmallow cream that turns this into a memorable dish. When combined with the Oreos, the results are extraordinary. The moist chocolate sponge provides a fantastic backdrop for the light, fluffy topping.

To finish things off, you’ll need to decorate it with some sprinkles. That way, you’ll create a festive centerpiece for your next party, or simply enjoy it at home.

No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake

No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake

This no-bake cheesecake recipe is perfect for those who prefer to avoid the hassle of making a crust. You can use an Oreo instead!

As well as being delicious, this dessert is extremely easy to make. All you need to do is melt the Oreos, add the rest of the ingredients and pour everything into a springform pan. You’ll end up with a delicious cheesecake that looks amazing.

If you’d like to add some extra sweetness to the top, then feel free to sprinkle some icing sugar over it. This will help keep the cheesecake extra moist, while also adding a lovely finishing touch.

No-Bake Oreo Pie

No-Bake Oreo Pie

One thing that never fails to impress us is the simplicity of this recipe. You won’t need to buy any special equipment, and all you need to do is follow the instructions below.

First, prepare the Oreos according to the package directions. Then, lay them out on a baking sheet so that they cool completely. Next, take the cooled cookies and break them into small bits.

Finally, toss the broken Oreos into a food processor along with the milk chocolate chips and process for 1 minute. Pour the mixture into a greased pie plate and refrigerate for 2 hours.

Afterward, slice the chilled pie into wedges and serve. If desired, sprinkle some powdered sugar over the slices to serve.

Chocolate Oreo Tart

Chocolate Oreo Tart

In our opinion, this is probably one of the best desserts around.

Not only does it look incredible (and taste even better), but the fact that it contains both chocolate and Oreos means that you get two different tastes within the same mouthful.

All you need to do is combine the Oreos with the melted butter and cocoa powder, before spreading the mixture onto the base of a tart shell. While this is cooking, chop the remaining Oreos and place them in a bowl.

Cookies N’ Cream Muddy Buddies

Cookies N' Cream Muddy Buddies

It doesn’t get much easier than this! Simply combine the Oreos with some white chocolate sauce and spread the mixture over a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Then, put it in the oven and leave it there until it starts to harden.

Once hardened, cut the cookies into bite-sized pieces.

Once the chocolate has been set, add your white and milk chocolates to their separate mixing bags, and you’ll be good to serve.

Of course, if you’re feeling adventurous, then feel free to add other flavorings too. For instance, we’ve included suggestions for lemon zest and vanilla extract.

But, you could always go for something more unusual, such as peanut butter or honey.

Individual Pudding Dirt Cups

Individual Pudding Dirt Cups

For those of you who love pudding, then this is one of the easiest recipes around. You just need to mix the Oreos, cream cheese, and condensed milk, and scoop the mixture into individual cups.

Then, pop the cups into the fridge for 3 to 4 hours, where they should firm up and transform into individual puddings. Finally, dust with confectioners’ sugar to serve.

Then, leave the dirt cups in the fridge overnight before serving. The following day, allow them to come back to room temperature, remove them from the fridge and garnish them with whipped cream and fresh strawberries.

Slutty Brownies

Slutty Brownies

Come on. With a name like this, how could you not want to know more about this recipe, even if just to see what the deal is?

While we can’t promise that they will bring you closer to being a true Oreo slut, they’re still pretty damn delicious.

And, as far as preparation goes, all you have to do is melt your chocolate and mix it with the Oreos and butter, before adding the eggs. Afterward, pour the mixture into a greaseproof tin and bake at 180 °C for 30 minutes.

The result is a dense, fudgy brownie that’s perfectly served warm. However, since this recipe is meant to be eaten cold, we suggest keeping it in the fridge for around 5 days.

Conclusion

There you have it! So many of these recipes are simple, and can easily be done in the comfort of your home too!

Whether you’re looking for an easy dessert that involves no baking, or you prefer baked treats, we hope that you found something here that tickled your fancy.

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