Monday, June 18, 2018

Oreo Pan Sugar Cookies

Add Oreos to a vanilla shake, and all of a sudden
you have an over the top shake. Add Oreos to
frosting, and you will want to eat it by the spoonful!
Now add Oreos to sugar cookies and top it with Oreo
frosting, and people will be begging for more!

I made some Oreo frosting for a chocolate cake
for my grandson's birthday, and took a swipe
from the whisk and it was instant love! I
didn't stop there with my usual one taste, I
went ahead and cleaned off the whisk and went
on to clean out the bowl.  This is truly addictive.

I knew I had to create some other vehicle for
the Oreo frosting so I decided to make my go
to pan sugar cookies for a crowd and top it with the
Oreo frosting.  I made these for our Young Single
Adult Ward and they disappeared off the platter,
even though it makes over 50 cookies.

I love anything that I can make it my big bun pan
as we often have 50-70 kids for the dinners.

Afterwards, my niece asked me to make her some
for a group that was coming to her house.  We ended
up just making a batch of the frosting and she took
graham crackers to dip in the frosting.  She said she
liked that even better, so if you just want the yumminess
of the frosting and don't want to wait for cookies
to bake, have it with grahams.  Remember when we used
to have that for a treat as kids?  I even remember having
that as a treat in Kindergarten and that was 
many many moons ago!

Oreo Frosting

1 C. butter, softened 
5 C. powdered sugar
1 tsp. vanilla, preferably clear
3-5 T. water or milk
6 Oreos, crushed

Place softened butter, powdered sugar, vanilla
and 3 T. water in mixing bowl with whisk 
attachment.  Begin to whip it.  Add water
1 T. at a time to get a soft frosting consistency.
Beat for 5-7 minutes, scraping sides.  
Whip in crushed Oreos.  Crush a few
extra Oreos for garnish.

Oreo Pan Sugar Cookies

1 C. butter, softened
2 C. sugar
4 large eggs
2 tsp vanilla, preferably clear
1/2 tsp coconut flavoring
5 C. flour
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp soda
8 Oreos, crushed

Heat oven to 375.

Cream the butter and sugar in a large
mixing bowl.  Add the eggs one at a time
until incorporated. Mix in the flavorings. Scrape sides of bowl.

In a medium bowl mix the flour, salt and soda.  
When the sugar mixture is light and fluffy, mix in the flour
mixture and combine well.  Then stir in the crushed Oreos.

Spray a 13x18 inch pan with Pam and press the 
dough into the pan and smooth out.

Bake for about 13 minutes.  You can easily overbake
these, and they are better underbaked than overbaked.
Take out of the oven when the top looks dry.  Cool 
completely and frost with Oreo Frosting. Garnish
with additional crushed Oreos.

If you are one of those who loves to scrape out
the frosting of Oreos and eat it,
this will give you that Oreo fix!!

Make these for your next large gathering, or just
a bowl of the frosting for dipping!


Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.


  1. WOW! My mouth is watering!! I saved this recipe and will definitely try it!!

  2. Oh, my, Oreo frosting! What's not to like about that? I'll save this for future use for sure!

  3. Oh my goodness, Jackie! I love oreos, Blizzards, shakes, truffles, etc., but I think those would make my teeth hurt, lol. Talk about a sugar coma! They do look good, but I'd need a bunch of milk to drink with one of those!

  4. Oh, I have to make this! I would love it, my husband will love it and our grandson will love it, over the moon!!!! I have to try it as a dip too, for large gatherings with lots of kiddos, how fun. LOL, I can only imagine the kids on this much sugar!!!!

  5. Oreo frosting! I will have to give this one a try! Happy July!


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