7 fun recipes with Oreo cookies

oreo biscut recipes

These recipes with Oreo cookies will allow you to have a great time in the kitchen with the children and easily get some nice and delicious sweets. It will be like a game for them and they will love helping to transform a simple cookie into a penguin, a cat, a reindeer, or a clock. They will become an unforgettable treat! Like these cookies and Easter eggs that you can prepare together.


1. Decorated lollipops

Oreo Cookie Recipes: Lollipops
Decorated lollipops | Source: bespoke-bride

Making these lollipops is very simple and to decorate them you can use any of the many decorations for confectionery that can be found in large areas or on the Internet: balls, noodles, stars, hearts, pearls … And if you want, wrap each one in cellophane paper and fasten it with the tie of your choice.

Ingredients

  • 10 Oreo cookies
  • 300 g white chocolate fondant
  • 10 lollipop sticks
  • Cake decorations (colored sugar balls and noodles of various sizes)
  • Baking paper
  • Decorative paper ribbons (optional)
  • Ties (optional)

Preparation

  1. Gently peel off one of the Oreo cookies, exposing the filling.
  2. Chop the white chocolate and melt 50 g, in the microwave or in a water bath. Dip one end of the lollipop sticks into it and place it over the filling, in the center. The hot chocolate will act as ‘glue’.
  3. Place the cookie that you had detached on top and press gently. Let it sit for twenty minutes, until the chocolate solidifies again and the stick is well adhered.
  4. Melt the rest of the chocolate and put it in a tall and narrow glass, but wide enough to fit the cookie. Place a sheet of parchment paper on the baking sheet or in a dish.
  5. Dip each oreo lollipop in the chocolate so that the cookie is completely covered. Drain it a little and place it in the tray or dish, on the paper.
  6. Decorate with balls and colored sugar noodles and leave the oreo lollipops in the freezer for five to ten minutes. Another option is to keep them in the fridge for an hour or so until the chocolate has completely hardened.
  7. Peel the lollipops off the paper and trim the chocolate that sticks out of the edges with kitchen scissors. Decorate, if you want, the sticks by surrounding them with decorative paper ribbons and bows.

2. Emojis

Oreo Cookie Recipes: Emojis
Emojis | Source: confessionsofacookbookqueen

If you like emojis, you will surely love these Oreo cookie facts. To make the funny faces, it is best to use small round molds, but a little larger than cookies, made  of silicone or other flexible material, to remove them easily. Multi-cavity trays, such as those used to make muffins, are perfect.

Ingredients

  • 10 oreo cookies
  • 250 g white chocolate fondant
  • A few drops of yellow food coloring
  • 75 g of dark chocolate fondant
  • Red or pink sugar hearts

Preparation

  1. Chop the white chocolate and melt it, in a double boiler or in the microwave. Add a drop or two of food coloring and stir. If you still want a more intense color, add a few more drops.
  2. Arrange a few teaspoons at the base of the molds, place an Oreo cookie on top and press a little. Leave them in the fridge for ten minutes, until the chocolate solidifies again.
  3. Melt the dark chocolate and put it in a kitchen bottle. If you don’t have one, make a cornet out of greaseproof paper and cut the end a little with scissors, so that a fine hole remains.
  4. Pressing lightly on the bottle or cone, draw the chocolate smiles on a sheet of greaseproof paper placed on a table or a smooth platter. Let them cool in the fridge.
  5. Remove the cookies when they are firm and cover them completely with colored white chocolate; if necessary, melt it again. Let them cool again in the fridge until this last layer takes a consistency.
  6. And now only the decoration remains. Melt a little more white chocolate and put a drop on the sugar hearts and chocolate smiles to act as glue. Put them on the cookies to make the eyes and mouths, respectively. Let it dry and the emojis are in!

3. Cute kittens

Oreo Cookie Recipes: Kittens
Cute kitten | Source: kidsactivitiesblog

How cute are these kittens? Well, they are very easy to make, because they are prepared with cookies that are already sold dipped in chocolate and you only have to concentrate on the decoration, which is super simple.

Ingredients

  • 10 Oreo cookies dipped in white chocolate
  • Black and pink food grade markers
  • White miniature marshmallows (clouds)
  • Miniature marshmallows or pink jelly beans
  • Edible glue

Preparation

  1. Draw on the cookies, with the black marker, the mouth, whiskers and eyes of the cats.
  2. To make the ears, cut a few triangles from the white miniature marshmallows, two per cat. Use the pink marker to draw a smaller triangle inside the white marshmallow triangle, to make the ears more realistic.
  3. Glue the ears to the cookies, on top, with a small amount of edible glue.
  4. For the cat’s nose, cut the marshmallows or pink candy into triangles. Also glue them with food glue and let them dry. If they are not going to be consumed at the moment, store them in an airtight container.

4. Mickey and Minnie

Oreo cookie recipes: Mickey and Minnie
Mickey and Minnie | Source: livinglocurto

By combining two-size Oreo cookies and with a few decorative touches, we get the image of two much-loved Disney characters: Mickey and Minnie. The little ones are going to love them!

Ingredients

  • 10 Oreo cookies
  • 10 mini Oreo cookies
  • 120 g icing sugar
  • Red food coloring
  • White fondant
  • White sugar balls
  • Black food-grade marker
  • Baking paper

Preparation

  1. Separate the mini Oreos and scrape off the white filling with a knife, carefully so as not to break the cookies. Reservation.
  2. Make a frosting. Put the icing sugar in a bowl, add a teaspoon of cold water and beat with a whisk. Add a little more water, but in small amounts at a time, until you get a thick frosting.
  3. Load a disposable syringe with some of the frosting and put a drop in one of the mini Oreos to act as glue. Dip it a bit into the filling of a full-size Oreo to make a Minnie mouse ear. Do the same with the other mini Oreo and continue the same with the others.
  4. Separate three-quarters of the frosting and add a drop or two of red food coloring. Put a little more if you want a more intense color. Dip the Oreos halfway into this frosting and lay them on a piece of parchment paper to dry.
  5. When fully set, draw a white strip on the edge of the red frosting on five cookies to make a belt. Use the disposable syringe or the kitchen bottle that you used previously.
  6. Place the white sugar balls on the remaining five cookies to make the buttons that will identify Mickey.
  7. Spread the fondant paste on your work surface with a rolling pin and cut out the pieces to make the bows. Shape them, stick them on the Minnie cookies with a little white frosting and paint little dots with the black marker.

5. Reindeer lollipops 

desserts with oreo reindeer
Reindeer lollipops | Source: sugarapron

This time we have transformed some cookies into a reindeer-shaped pituleta. The chocolate that covers them is black, but it can be with milk or white, as you prefer. Of course, make it fondant for desserts, to ensure good coverage.

Ingredients

  • 12 Oreo cookies
  • 12 lollipop sticks
  • 225 g of chocolate chips or chocolate fondant for desserts
  • 12 mini-pretzels
  • Red fondant or red mini M&M
  • White fondant or white sugar balls
  • Thin red bow

Preparation

  1. Melt the chocolate chips, or the chopped chocolate fondant, in the microwave or in a double boiler. Dip the lollipop sticks into the Oreo filling. Let it rest for about 30 minutes.
  2. Dip the cookies in the melted chocolate until they are completely covered. Let them drain a little and place them on greaseproof paper.
  3. Shape the eyes by making balls with the white fondant and the nose with the red one, slightly larger. You can also use caramelitos or sugar decorations.
  4. While the coating is still wet, place the white balls in the place of the eyes and the red ones, in the nose, pressing lightly.
  5. Cut the pretzels in half and place them on top and on the sides, embedded in the filling, to look like antlers.
  6. Put two drops of melted chocolate in the center of the white balls, to finish the eyes. To do this, simply insert a toothpick into the chocolate and drop the droplet on the ball.
  7. Repeat the operation until all the cookies are dipped in chocolate and decorated. When the topping is completely dry, put a bow on the stick to finish the decoration.

6. Sweet penguins

Recipes with Oreo cookies. Penguins
Penguins | Source: southernliving

This is one of the fastest and easiest recipes with Oreo cookies , and no less successful. Because with a simple white icing and small decorative details we have transformed them, as if by magic, into friendly penguins.

Ingredients

  • 10 Oreo cookies
  • Β½ pasteurized egg white
  • 100 g icing sugar
  • A few drops of lemon juice
  • Sugar eyes for desserts
  • grated coconut
  • Small orange jelly beans

Preparation

  1. Put the white in a bowl and beat it with whisk until it turns white and begins to thicken. Add the lemon juice and add the icing sugar tablespoon by tablespoon.
  2. Keep beating until you get a very firm frosting. Transfer it to a pastry bag with a smooth and fine tip. Draw a heart on the base of the cookies with it.
  3. Place the eyes, cut the orange candies into triangles and put them in too, to form the beak. Sprinkle with some grated coconut and you’ve got the penguins!

7. Antique clocks

Oreo Cookie Recipes: Clocks
Watches | Source: laurasbakery

Our last proposal is also very easy to do and there are some very funny watches. It works for any occasion, but it seems like a good idea to celebrate New Year’s Eve with the children.

Ingredients

  • 10 Oreo cookies
  • White fondant
  • Sugar pearls, large and small
  • Black food-grade marker
  • Edible glue

Preparation

  1. Roll out the fondant with a rolling pin until it is a sheet about two millimeters thick.
  2. Cut out circles slightly smaller than the cookies with a cookie cutter. If you don’t have one, cut a circle out of construction paper and use that as a template.
  3. Put a few drops of edible glue on the fondant discs and place them on the cookies; press with your fingers so that they adhere well. Let stand thirty minutes.
  4. Place the sugar pearls to mark the hours and minutes of the clock. Paint a small dot in the middle of the clock with the marker. Then, from the center, draw the big and small hands.

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