Sunday, April 26, 2009

Deep Fried Oreo's



After reading our post on Deep Fried Pickles our friend Melody from Cheat Day Cafe asked if we could do Deep Fried Oreo's next. Of course we love to have suggestions; we jumped at the chance to make them because neither of us has ever tried deep fried Oreo’s before. This was such a good idea Melody, I hope you like how they turned out....we did!


1 C. - Buttermilk Pancake Mix
3/4 C. - Ice Water
1 Q. - Vegetable Oil (or a Deep Fryer)
20 - Double Stuff Oreo's
2 Tbs. - Powder Sugar

Freeze the cookies for about 3 hours. In a heavy bottom sauce pot or your deep fryer, heat the oil to 350 degrees. While the oil is heating, set up a cookie sheet lined with paper towels for draining. In a medium bowl mix together the water and pancake mix until thoroughly combined. When the batter is smooth dip one cookie at a time into the batter and cover with a light layer. Place the cookie carefully into the hot oil and cook until golden brown, roughly about 30 seconds on each side, flipping from side to side. When the cookie is done remove with metal tongs to the paper towel to drain off the excess oil. Dust with powder sugar once cookie is cooled after about 2 minutes. Get your big glass of Milk and ENJOY !


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26 comments:

Cheryl said...

Sure looks good!

Melody said...

Oh my goodness! Talk about sinful. I heard that this was a new menu item at Hershey Park and I thought it sounded so good. Thanks for the recipe. Now I don't have to spend $10 at an amusement park to try one! Great job! :)

5 Star Foodie said...

Deep fried oreos? Yum! that does sound good!

Katherine Aucoin said...

This is sheer decadence Mary Beth! They looks so mouth-watering!

Debbie said...

That sounds wonderful...I've seen deep fried cookies and cakes at fairs....so tempting to make myself!

teresa said...

Drooooool, oh wow, these look so good. My hubs is a huge Oreo fan, I'll have to make these for him!

Grace said...

this is a blissful treat, best eaten in moderation. i usually limit myself to one sleeve of cookies at a time. :)

Bunny said...

As much as I bake the one thing our daughter asks for at the grocery store is oreos, wait till she sees these!! Fantastic!

Brad Theodore said...

sweeeeeeeeeeeet..

Jerri - Simply Sweet Home said...

Looks a lot a like a funnel cake. How yummy!

Jenn said...

I remember having these at a county fair once. They're so good. I never thought to making them at home. Yours turned out nice and chewy. Yum!

Nina Timm said...

....and next you will tell me this recipes is endorsed by the heart foundation!!! Wow, mi kids will love me forever if I make this!!!

Brenda Campbell said...

SWEEEEEEEEEEEEET!! I had always wondered how to deep fry an Oreo and never thought to use pancake batter, I was using cake batters instead and it didn't work for me. YUMMY!

Heavenly Housewife said...

Wow, I have heard of deep fried mars bars, and even bounty (I saw Nigella do it on her show) but this is a new one. Of course you do realize i am on a diet right ;)

the wicked noodle said...

I have always wanted to try these! They look devilishly delicious!

Jessie said...

I've had deep fried oreo at a BBQ joint called Rub Bbq here in NYC. It was really soft and chocolaty!

s. stockwell said...

The deep frying craze has not come to Santa Barbara yet. Must say we are very curious though. Thanks for a fun post. Best, s

Amy said...

Those look like they would be very addictive!

duodishes.com said...

Wow! That's all we can say. That's a big hunkin' batch of fried Oreos.

Ricardo said...

Looks delicious really does. :) xxx
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Leslie said...

ohhh mAry Beth..these are just toooo good..I can already feel my butt getting bigger

Jason Wong said...

Something interesting! Will try it out, but gift an extra twist. Might try to use beer batter instead.Some sweets, alcohol, and savory.

If you tried it let me know the results.

Tangled Noodle said...

I see 'deep-fried' everything at the State Fair but the saving grace was that it's only once a year. But now you've shown how we make it anytime!

Dangerously delicious! ;-D

Kaitlin said...

Sounds awesome! I love Oreos when they get soft in milk so them being soft in some yummy pancake mix and oil sounds deliciously sinful.

ken quinn said...

thank you for sharing. my sons will surely love this for their snack time.

James Lees said...

Check out www.crispycandy.com. They are specialists in deep frying confectionery including oreos.

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