OREOs!

What's the most awesome thing you can make with Oreos with less than 5 ingredients?

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ehsny
ehsny June 17, 2014

Icing made with crushed Oreos and fresh whipped whip cream. Use it to
Ice a chocolate cake'

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sexyLAMBCHOPx June 18, 2014

milkshake

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Susan W
Susan W June 18, 2014

Best cheesecake crust ever.

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PazzoNico
PazzoNico June 18, 2014

A glass of milk = dinner.

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Regine
Regine June 18, 2014

I have this recipe with PG name Oreo Pie and x rated name "Better than S--" LOL


Beat 8 oz cream cheese with 1/4 cup powdered sugar. Separately beat 2 3.5oz boxes of instant vanilla or French vanilla pudding and 1/2 cup milk and 1 tsp vanilla, then add (I use mixer) 24oz container cool whip. Add to cream cheese. Using a 9x13 Pyrex, layer some crushed Oreos then pudding and start again. I usually have 3 layers pudding and 4 layers of Oreos. Last layer is the Oreos. Refrigerate before serving. You may have leftover cream. So ingredients are Oreos, cream cheese, milk, cool whip and sugar.

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Regine
Regine June 18, 2014

Correction to prior post. 11/2
Cup milk not 1/2 cup.

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Taylor Schwartz
Taylor Schwartz June 18, 2014

Oreo truffles! Combine 4 oz softened cream cheese with about 18 crushed Oreo cookies. Form into one-inch balls, and coat with melted semi-sweet chocolate. Freeze until chocolate is set, then store in the refrigerator. This makes about 25 truffles!

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HalfPint
HalfPint June 18, 2014

Icebox cake: alternately layer oreos with layers of lightly sweetened whipped cream, 'seal' it up with a thick layer of whipped cream on top, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 3 hours, until the cookies soften to a cake-like consistency. Variation: you can probably flavor the whipped cream with a liqueur or some espresso.

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Regine
Regine June 18, 2014

Taylor and Halfpint, now you are making me want to try both your recipes. Not good for my diet. LOL

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Marian Bull
Marian Bull June 18, 2014

+1 Icebox Cake! Also turning them into a cookie crumb crust for ice cream cake.

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