Sunday, Nov 18, 2018

Easy Oreo Cookies

I love homemade oreo cookies, but making them has always seemed to be too much work, until now.    At a girls night the other night my friend Emily brought a huge plate of homemade oreo cookies with peanut butter cream frosting!  They were to die for.  She told me they are actually very easy to make.  They are made from a chocolate cake mix and for the frosting she simply mixed peanut butter into a butter cream frosting tub.  Now that’s what I call easy and these cookies are now our favorite treat.   Thank you Emily!Homemade Oreo Cookies

Yield: 1  1/2 dozen

1 (18.25) box chocolate cake mix

2 eggs

1/3 c up and 1 teaspoon oil (I used olive oil)

1 container butter cream frosting

1 cup peanut butter


Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.  Mix the cake mix, eggs and oil together until well blended.

Lightly spray your cookie sheets with cooking spray and using a cookie scoop,  drop cookies on 2 inches apart.

Bake for 10-13 minutes or until they are firm on top but gooey in the middle.

Stir the peanut butter and frosting together.  When cookies are cool, spread peanut butter frosting on the bottom of one cookies and stick another cookie bottom to it, forming a cookie sandwich.  Enjoy! 

Do not freeze cookies with frosting in the center, only freeze remaining cookies (if you have any left.) I suggest doubling the recipe.   Also, if you are not a frosting fan you can scoop 1/4 cup of your favorite ice cream in between the cookies.


  1. I LOVE oreos so these are a definite must try!!!!

  2. That is an easy recipe and it sounds great, I love the idea of the peanut butter frosting. yummm.

  3. Hello! I absolutely love your website and all of the yummy,fast, and healthy recipes that you post for all to try. But I was wondering if you can begin to post nutritional facts? You know, like calories, carbs, amount per serving? I really love you recipes, but I am a nutritional freak and would really appreciate it if you would consider this. I can’t wait to try one of your desserts! Especially this one :)!
    -Brandy K.

    1. Hey Brandy, thanks for your sweet comments on my recipes. I would love to post nutritional info for my recipes, but most of them are bulk recipes and when I tried to calulate out nutrients, it came out all skeewhumpus with crazy amounts of fat, calories, iron, etc.. When I figure out a way to punch in ingredients and have it come out with accurate nutrient info, I’d love to post it. Any ideas? Thank you!

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