Oreos are one of the most popular cookie brands on the market, and for good reason!
The delicious sandwich cookie- known for featuring a sweet crème filling- is not only a tasty snack on its own, but it is also highly versatile, able to be made into a wide range of different kinds of desserts.
As they tend to be relatively easy to make, the only limit when it comes to creating your very own Oreo dessert is your imagination.
With this in mind, we are going to be looking at 35 ideas for Oreo desserts that you can try and make for yourself from the comfort of your own home! Let’s get started.
1. Oreo S’Mores
Most s’mores recipes use graham crackers as the sandwiching element for squishy marshmallows that are then roasted to create a decadent dessert that has become synonymous with sitting around the campfire.
This recipe can be changed to incorporate Oreos simply by switching up the graham crackers with Oreos. These treats can also be made in the oven, so you don’t have to start a fire just to make them!
2. Oreo Cake
There’s nothing better than a gooey, moist cake and if you’re an Oreo fan, there are various kinds of cakes that you can make that incorporate Oreos in unique ways.
This particular recipe features two layers and has a chocolate base with a delicious and light Oreo whipped cream frosting topping. This is a particularly excellent choice for a birthday cake for an Oreo fan.
If you’re a fan of fudge brownies as well as a fan of Oreos, this could be the perfect dessert choice for you!
This recipe creates brownies with a chewy and thick bottom that is incredibly fudgy, but that also has that classical Oreo taste thanks to the inclusion of the cookies in both the base and the frosted topping.
No-bake desserts are as delicious as they are convenient and easy to make, and this Oreo no-bake cream pie is no exception.
The recipe for this pie features an Oreo cookie crust that is filled with tasty Oreo cream filling and finished off with a whipped cream topping and accompanied by chopped-up Oreo cookies.
Decadent and delicious, this Oreo cream pie is sure to be a tasty treat for Oreo fans.
Whilst we are on the topic of no-bake desserts, you can also opt for a no-bake Oreo cheesecake.
The richness of the cream cheese that is used for the cheesecake element of this dessert combined with the sweet crunch of the cookies themselves works so well that it tastes like Oreos were made to be turned into a cheesecake!
This recipe takes Oreos and turns them into a gorgeous buttercream frosting to go on top of the soft and light chocolate cupcake base. The frosting itself is also light, so you don’t have to worry about the dessert becoming too heavy or overpowering.
This is another treat that is perfect for special occasions, such as birthdays.
Milkshakes are an often overlooked dessert that is incredibly easy to make but also relatively light. Oreos and milkshakes go together perfectly, making for a great family treat, especially during the hot weather.
You can create your own Oreo milkshake with ease by combining your chosen milk with vanilla ice cream and Oreo cookies, and then blending until you get the consistency that you want.
Mug cakes have become increasingly popular thanks to just how easy and convenient they manage to be without sacrificing any of that tastiness that you get with cake.
Mug cakes are perfect as treats or desserts, and this Oreo mug cake has a fluffy and moist texture alongside a delicious taste.
There are two recipes included here: a more complex one- which features salt, chocolate chips, oil, flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, Oreos, baking powder, and sugar- and a simpler one made from milk and crushed Oreos that are put in a mug and then microwaved.
9. Oreo Muffins
This Oreo take on the classic muffin features a vanilla muffin with a spongy base that is laced with chunks of Oreos. Be warned though as this recipe creates twelve Oreo muffins, and you might find yourself unable to stop snacking on them once you start!
Whether you like Oreos specifically or are just a fan of the general cookie and cream taste, you are sure to love these muffins.
Chocolate fiends are sure to love this recipe for chocolate-covered Oreos! The great thing about this choice of Oreo dessert is that it is very versatile and able to be changed to your personal tastes.
Choose to dip the cookies in light, milk, or dark chocolate and decorate them to your liking. This also makes them a great choice of treat for occasions and holidays such as Christmas (see also ‘33 Easy Christmas Treats‘), Halloween, birthdays, and more.
11. Fried Oreos
For something a little more over the top when it comes to Oreo desserts, consider this recipe for deep-fried Oreos.
Reminiscent of the kind of snacks that you might find at a county fair, these cookies are coated in a batter before they are fried until golden brown.
The crème filling of the Oreo combined with the crispy battered coating makes for a sinful but mouthwatering sweet treat.
Another simple yet delicious choice, these Oreo cookie balls are a great treat for families to make together thanks to their simplicity.
The recipe involves crushing Oreo cookies- including the creme- until it becomes a chocolate powder. When crumbled, the powder can then be mixed with cream cheese before they are shaped into balls.
Once you have covered the balls with a vanilla candy coating to keep them firm, you can decorate them however you want to create your own take on Oreo cookie balls
Combine multiple desserts into one with these Oreo cheesecake cookies!
This recipe is surprisingly simple, requiring only softened butter, sugar, vanilla, flour, softened cream cheese, and- of course- Oreos in order to make a batch of well-sized cheesecake cookies. If cookies are your go-to treat, this is a must.
14. Oreo Fudge
You can’t beat a good old-fashioned piece of fudge and if you’re an Oreo addict, why not mix it up a bit by creating some delicious Oreo fudge?
This is another simple and easy recipe, requiring only sweetened, condensed milk, Oreos, and white chocolate chips.
To create your Oreo fudge, all you have to do is crush up your Oreos, melt the chocolate together with the milk in a saucepan, pour the mixture over the cookies, and mix it all up.
Once it is properly mixed, pour the mixture into a pan and let it set, and voilà!
15. Oreo Popcorn
Sick of the same old popcorn flavors on movie night? Mix it up a bit with some Oreo popcorn!
All you’ll need are Oreos, white chocolate chips, and popped popcorn, and you’re ready to get started. This recipe is very easy to follow and will offer you a unique twist on a classic sweet treat.
16. Oreo Cookie Bark
This is another incredibly simple yet delicious recipe that can be made with very few ingredients. All you will need are Oreos- about 30 of them- and two, four ounce bars of white chocolate.
Break up the chocolate and crush the Oreos up as much as possible. Once you have lined a baking sheet with wax paper, put the chocolate into a microwave safe bowl.
Heat it in the microwave and keep stirring until it’s completely smooth. Mix in the Oreos, pour the mixture onto the baking sheet, put it into the refrigerator to set, and you’re done!
17. Oreo Loaf Cake
For a denser and stodgier- but still equally delicious- choice, this Oreo loaf cake is the perfect choice.
This recipe is a little different in that it utilizes sour cream, so if you prefer desserts that aren’t too sweet- but are still a tasty treat- then this loaf cake is sure to take your interest.
Another dessert that combines several kinds of sweet treats into one, these Oreo cheesecake cookie cups use Oreos in both the cream cheese and whipped cream filling as well as the cookie cup base.
19. Oreo Fluff
This four ingredient dessert is perfect if you are craving something particularly sweet! All that you need are your Oreos, cream cheese, whipped cream and sweetened, condensed milk.
The resulting fluff has a cookies and cream taste and a super soft and velvety texture, with that all important Oreo flavor prevalent throughout.
Fans of traditional oatmeal scotchies are sure to enjoy this particular recipe, which takes the biscuit and stuffs them full of Oreos.
Scotchies are known for their butterscotch taste, which combines deliciously with the crème and cookie taste from the Oreos. The Oreo taste also works perfectly with the crumbly oatmeal exterior.
Peppermint fans can rejoice at this combination of Oreos and peppermint within a gorgeous ice cream cake dessert.
The recipe is another simple and straightforward one, featuring Oreos, confectioners sugar, unsweetened cocoa powder, eggs, peppermint ice cream, butter and vegetable oil.
If you’re a sucker for ice cream cake and want something that is a little more refreshing than some stodgier dessert options, this could be the cake for you.
Fans of coffee flavored desserts are sure to enjoy this caffeinated twist on an Oreo dessert! This frozen treat is perfect for the hot weather, offering an espresso and Oreo combo that is sure to be appealing to adult palettes.
When the hot weather sets in, this recipe will cool you down and be super tasty whilst doing it.
A fan of rocky road? Then this recipe could be exactly what you’re looking for!
Three ingredients are all that you will need in order to make this treat: white chocolate, Oreos and mini marshmallows. Simply chop up your Oreos, melt the chocolate, stir in the marshmallows and Oreo bits and there you have it!
24. Oreo Cake Roll
Decadent and perfect for those who love cake, this Oreo cake roll is very much like a traditional Swiss Roll.
It’s important to remember that these roll cakes don’t have the fluffiness of a classical cake. This Oreo cake roll is very much the same, so don’t worry that it doesn’t have that thickness or moist texture.
Make sure that when you bake the cake, you beat the eggs to the exact time that is specified as if you don’t beat enough air into the eggs as you go, your Oreo cake roll will be flat.
25. Oreo Bundt Cake
Put an Oreo spin on a classical bundt cake (see also ‘33 Bundt Cake Recipes‘) with this next recipe. The cake that you will bake from this recipe will be dark chocolate and topped with a marshmallow glaze, as well as those all important chopped Oreos.
Combining Oreos with a thick and moist dark chocolate cake and marshmallow sweetness, this is a cake that is going to please the whole family.
26. Oreo Truffles
Making some fancy truffles has never been easier with this recipe for Oreo truffles. You will need your Oreos along with some softened cream cheese, white chocolate, dark chocolate and some assorted sprinkles to add some decoration at the end.
This could be a fun cooking experience for kids and the whole family, as well as one that offers a delicious snack at the end of the process.
This dessert isn’t something of a cross between a cake, a pie and a chocolate lasagna of sorts thanks to those layers!
The base of the dessert is made from only three ingredients- eggs, butter and cake mix- whereas the topping is a bit more complex and also where the crushed Oreo cookies will come into play.
This dessert is quite similar to the one above, but it has the benefit of being frozen, making it the perfect choice for a hot summers day when you fancy something sweet and chock-full of Oreos.
29. Oreo Egg Rolls
If you want to try something completely different as a dessert treat, these Oreo dessert egg rolls are a unique and interesting choice.
This twist on the Chinese egg roll formula features a cream cheese filling alongside crushed Oreos. This is then rolled within an egg roll wrapper before it is fried until golden brown and then finished off with some powdered sugar.
The result is a dessert that is something between a cheesecake and a fried Oreo!
This recipe is another that would be great to make with kids, utilizing a classical Rice Krispy treat but loading them up with tons of crushed Oreos. The recipe also features homemade marshmallow, which adds to the gooey, softness of the bars.
The marshmallow only takes a few minutes to whip up as well, making for a sweet treat that shouldn’t take too much time to make.
If you feel like making some Oreo cheesecake, but don’t want to make an entire one, then these mini Oreo cheesecake bites could be what you’re looking for.
Perfect for parties and as snack treats, this recipe only takes ten minutes to prepare and just under an hour to cook, creating six servings.
Combining the richness of Reese’s peanut butter cups with the chewy crunch of Oreos, this no bake dessert is a quick and easy one.
The hint of saltiness from the peanut butter excellently contrasts the sweetness of the crème cookie filling of these bars.
It is important to remember that this dessert is best served chilled, as otherwise the chocolate topping and the peanut butter filling can become sticky and melt. Keep them in the freezer before serving them to keep them as firm.
Cinnamon rolls are a favorite baked good (see also ‘23 Delicious And Easy To Make Bisquick Recipes‘) for many people and for those who are also fans of Oreos, this recipe is sure to be the perfect treat.
The black cocoa that is used in Oreos offers a deep chocolately and bittersweet taste that contrasts the cinnamon and brown sugar taste of the baked treat beautifully.
Another simple dessert that is perfect for the warmer weather, this no bake Oreo cheesecake parfait is a delectable treat for those with a sweet tooth.
The consistency of this dessert is more akin with the cheesecake elements, whilst the Oreo pieces offer a bit of crunch.
Last but not least, this delectable chocolate mousse makes for a perfect snack or dessert, whether it is for a dinner party or just for a regular sweet bite during the week.
The recipe features a bottom layer of crushed Oreo cookies as well as a sprinkling of the crushed cookies over the top of the mousse, allowing the mousse itself to be sandwiched in between the Oreo layers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can You Melt Oreo Crème?
Yes, you can! The two easiest ways to do so, via the microwave or the stove top.
In the microwave, this should take between one and two minutes. Scrape the filling from the cookies and put them in a bowl, then put a bowl in the microwave.
Heat the crème for around a minute and then take the bowl out and stir the crème around. Keep repeating this until it melts to the consistency that you want.
On the stove top, you run the risk of burning the crème, so a double boiler method is suggested. To do this, first scrape out the crème of your cookies and place it in a bowl.
Fill a pot halfway with water and place it on the stove. Heat it on high until it comes to a boil. Once it boils, switch the heat to medium and place the bowl with the crème on top of the pot, making sure that the bowl is large enough to be water level.
Stir the cream until it begins melting, making sure that it doesn’t start to stick to the bottom of the bowl, as this will cause it to burn. Once done to your liking, take it off of the boiler.
What is Oreo Crème Made From?
The crème from Oreo cookies isn’t actually crème as it does not contain milk at or dairy! Instead, it is made from artificial flavors, high fructose corn syrup, canola or palm oil, soy lecithin and sugar.
What Oreo Flavors Are There?
There are tons of different Oreo flavors that can change up your desserts, should you chose to use them to make one of these treats.
The different flavors usually apply to the taste of the crème filling, including the likes of mint, chocolate, birthday cake, peanut butter, lemon and carrot cake.
There are also some downright strange flavors that have existed over the years, including wasabi- which was only released in China-, hot chicken wings- also only in China-, and fireworks, featuring red and blue popping candy.