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7 Christmas Oreo Recipes You Still Have Time to Make

Oh, quit being so nice. You know you want to be naughty. With all of these sweets and treats being passed around the  office, dropped on the front porch, and mailed in from out of town, isn’t it time you let yourself be a kid again and indulge in all those treats you used to love? Oreo cookies are the perfect childhood treat to dress up at the holidays. From colorful Christmas Oreo Bark to Mint Oreo Cheesecake cups, here are 7 recipes that are a snap to prepare, with all the goodness of those classic cookies baked right in.


  • Christmas Cheesecake 1 of 7
    Christmas Cheesecake
    Christmas Oreo Cheesecakes are tasty, cute, and totally festive!
    Click for the recipe fromCreate-Celebrate-Explore.
  • Cookies and Cream Pops 2 of 7
    Cookies and Cream Pops
    Turn your Oreo's into Christmas lollipops with this easy idea!
    Click for the recipe from Candiquik.
  • Homemade Holiday Oreos 3 of 7
    Homemade Holiday Oreos
    No need to run to the store! You can make your own Christmas Oreos right at home!
    Click for the recipe from Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom.
  • White Chocolate Peppermint Oreos 4 of 7
    White Chocolate Peppermint Oreos
    White chocolate dip your Oreos then add peppermint sprinkles for a truly quick and simple holiday indulgence!
    Click for the recipe from Joyful Follies.
  • Oreo Bark 5 of 7
    Oreo Bark
    Oreo's don't get any cuter than this simple, festive chocolate bark!
    Click for the recipe from Gingerbread Bagels.
  • Chocolate Dipped Oreos 6 of 7
    Chocolate Dipped Oreos
    A few pieces of candy and you've suddenly got yourself festive little Oreos!
    Click for the recipe from Cassadiva.
  • Oreo Cocoa 7 of 7
    Oreo Cocoa
    Need a hot toddy that everyone will swoon over? Try this cookies-and-cream take on the hot stuff!
    Click for the recipe from Oreo Ice Cream Cocoa.

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