Tuesday, October 23, 2012

I was really hungry for deep fried Oreos....

Too bad we can't use our stove, and I don't have a deep fryer...

Or maybe it's not so bad?

I decided I was going to have my dessert. So I whipped up some pancake mix, dipped my Oreos in...

And baked them!

They were delicious. Andrew even enjoyed them!

If you want to try them out, they're pretty easy to make.

Butter your cookie sheet.

Set the oven to 375.

Make the pancake batter.
I used a quick, "just add water" pancake mix. Make sure that the batter is thick enough to coat the cookie instead of soaking into it.

Bake them immediately.
It's important to have the oven heated and the cookie sheet ready to go. Nobody likes soggy cookies, and that's what you'll get if they have to sit in wet batter while you prepare to bake them.

Leave them in for 5-10 minutes.
I used a toaster oven, so times in a standard oven will vary. Golden tops are always a good sign that they're finished!

How I served them:
I put each serving in a bowl and sprinkled them with powdered sugar, then added a side of frozen Cool Whip. I loooooove frozen Cool Whip, it only has 30 calories in a four tablespoon serving and is super tasty! It was a nice addition to the baked Oreos because it help cut through the heaviness of the cookies. I made six Oreos because I made more batter than I wanted to, so each of us had three. That was pretty unnecessary, you'll be good with two or even one depending on how generously you coat them.

Let me know if you try them out and if you modified the recipe to make them more delicious!

- Bethany


  1. As gross as I always thought these might taste like, this actually doesn't sound so bad. I think I might have to make em for your lil brudders and crazy sister lol

    1. They're easier than making cookies or brownies! And they taste better :)