Have a bag of Oreos in your pantry? Are you looking for something to do with them besides just eating them straight away? We’ve got 7 fun ways to transform those cookies into everything from cake pops, to cheesecake even to amazing works of ART! Oreos (especially double stuff) are my weakness so for me they’re a special occasion indulgence. Turning them into something special makes them feel like just that. Next time you have a bag, why not consider turning them into one of these tasty treats. Grab some milk and follow the jump for all 7 tasty treats!
Oreo Dirt Cake 1 of 7A fun cake for both adults and kids alike. You'll be sure to get some glances when they see you bite into that freakishly realistic looking Oreo "dirt".
Make dirt cake
Chocolate Covered Oreos 2 of 7How do you make an Oreo instantly better? By dipping into chocolate of course. Try swapping out chocolate melt colors to customize for each holiday!
Make chocolate covered Oreos
Oreo Truffles 3 of 7Would you believe me if I told you all you need are 3 ingredients to make these easy and delicious truffles? Next time you're craving truffles ditch those complicated recipes & try this one instead.
Make Oreo truffles
Oreo Cheesecake Pops 4 of 7I'm betting you can't pop just one of these decadent Oreo cheesecake pops into your mouth. Go ahead and try ; )
Make Oreo cheesecake pops
Oreo Cookies and Cream Mini Cheesecakes 5 of 7Mini anything is adorable and irresistible. Oreos are paired with rich cheesecake & baked in mini form. There's an entire Oreo cookie as the crust.
Make cookies and cream cheesecake
Oreo Cameos 6 of 7Now this takes playing with your food to a whole new level! Oreos are turned into amazing pieces of art. You have to see these to believe them.
see the post for Oreo cameos
Chocolate Choreos 7 of 7Talk about a beautiful marriage. Two cookies in one. Oreos are stuffed into a decadent chocolate chip batter for double the fun.
Make chocolate choreos
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