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Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Combining two of my family’s favorite cookies sounded like a no-brainer, surefire hit. These Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies passed their tough scrutiny!
Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies | TWO cookies in one for a spectacular treat!

Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

I felt a little burst of pride when I found a text my oldest sent me from work. It was a link to a blog featuring Oreo stuffed cookies. Well, who can resist a subtle request like that?  Not this mom. My kids show absolutely no interest in cooking, but I love when they inspire me. Now I am not an Oreo fan except for when they’re ground and made into a chocolate crust. But the rest of the family consider them a pantry staple. They prefer Double Stuf or Quadruple Stuf or whatever the latest and greatest version is!  Four years ago, I made a batch with full sized Oreos, but this time, I grabbed a bag of mini Oreos to create a smaller version.

Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies | TWO cookies in one for a spectacular treat!
Perfecting the Process

The first time I made these double cookie gems, the final result resembled fried eggs! There were no complaints, and Tom even shared them on his facebook page, a pretty decent endorsement. There was a little trial and error in figuring out how much dough was needed, but I had it down after the first batch. The mini Oreos produced a more manageable cookie, and a medium cookie scoop provided the perfect amount of dough. If you’re a fan of both chocolate chip cookies and Oreos, you should give these a try!

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Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

A double dose of cookies in every bite! Inspired by Picky Palate.

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Yield 2 dozen cookies


  • Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies...adapted from Picky Palate
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, at room temperature
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 3/4 cups flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips (reserve some to press into dough before baking)
  • 1 bag of Mini-Oreos (you will only use 1/3-1/2 the cookies)


  1. Preheat oven to 350º. Line baking sheets with parchment. Set aside.
  2. Cream butter and sugars till well combined. Mix in eggs and vanilla. Mix in flour, salt, and baking soda till just combined. Mix in chocolate chips.
  3. Using a medium-sized cookie disher, scoop out a mound of cookie dough ( about 1 1/2 tablespoons). Press a mini Oreo into the middle, then cup in your hand and work the excess dough over the top of the Oreo. Seal any seams.Place on baking sheet leaving 2 inches of space between cookies.
  4. Bake 10 minutes or until golden. Let cool for 5 minutes then transfer to cooling rack.

Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies | TWO cookies in one for a spectacular treat!

Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies | TWO cookies in one for a spectacular treat!

Image of full sized version, circa 2012



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102 comments on “Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies”

  1. fun idea!

  2. I always wanted make some oreos recipes and collect all I find (lol) maybe cause the kids love them, but you know aI have a looong list (lol) look delicious Lizzy!

  3. How sweet you are, and how sweet that your son texted you the site and then you made them and he posted it on facebook. I love it. So cute. Love those oreos in th center there too.

  4. As soon as I saw the post title I KNEW you made them for your son! I remember the tweet when he sent you the big ol’ hint! They look terrific, Liz…as always!

  5. are you kidding me?
    that’s what we used to say in the ethnic neighborhood where i grew up, which, depending upon the intonation, could mean a variety of things. in this case i mean it to say that looks freaking delicious.

  6. What a brilliant idea to stuff the cookies with oreos Lizzy! I am sure all kids would love them 🙂

  7. This is interesting, buying cookies and coating with home made cookies. I wonder what other innovations we will see next. Might be interesting to stuff a cake inside a large cookies?:)

  8. Say What… Oreo cookies and chocolate chips have a love child. The scandal! 🙂 My kids and husband would do a back flip for these. You’re a great Mom!! 🙂

  9. Oh man, these are sinister! I’ve done a similar thing with snickers bars and peanut butter cookies. Gonna have to try this one!

  10. Seriously yum! Doubly delicious!

  11. Wow, Lizzy…two cookies in one! Amazing, and totally droolworthy cookies that I would sink my teeth into. There’s so much creation of sweets with the classic OREOS out there…never saw this one until now. Leave it to you to find the latest trend in cookies; or am I a bit behind?

  12. Um… these are amazing. My mind is blown. That is all.

  13. irresistable dear..with oreo..i loved oreo cookies….

  14. I can’t believe that Oreo is 100 years old! These cookies are awesome!

    My 3-years old always like to tell me what I need to bake for him and funny to know that your son did the same thing even though he is a grown-up. Nice to know our children knows that we are always there to cook or bake for them 😀

    Sorry that I have misinterpreted that you are going to be a grandma soon :p I assume too much when I saw the word, “baby shower”…LOL!

  15. Now this is just naughty! What a unique idea to stuff your Oreo inside another cookie. This world is full of magnificent ideas!

  16. I am not big on Oreos either, but my family would love these cookies.

  17. What a fun way to combine two classic cookies! Oreo will probably be celebrating such a big birthday all year…your post is not too late at all!

  18. Wait a minute! Oreo in the cookie? I’ve never seen anything like this Lizzy! It gave me a big smile on my face. Really cute. I love this little surprise. I can see kids screaming Oreooooo when they bite and find it inside. Really cute!

  19. Aw! That’s so nice of your oldest to send you that recipe. And just in time for the Oreo anniversary!

  20. It is kind of tough to resist when your kids have a special request. We can always use another excuse to bake right? These look good and look like they are fun to eat. Good one Liz!

  21. Cookie in a cookie :)) Double goodie 🙂

  22. I’m on a bit of an oreo overload right now and have to have to make these.

  23. Ok Liz…sometimes I think you’re just torturing me with the tempting desserts you post. Damn these sound good!

  24. Can’t believe how great yours look! My 6 year old has started making requests for my blog!

  25. omg, a cookie baked in another cookie – that is genius! i bet these were seriously yummy!

  26. This looks almost too cookie-y! I love each cookie on its own, I wonder how they go together 🙂

  27. There is nothing I don’t like about these. They look perfect.

  28. These are so cute! What a fun surprise when you bite in to one.

  29. These look so good, i love the surprise oreo in the middle.

  30. I can see why he sent you the recipe! These look awesome and combine two wonderful things!

  31. Oh my, these are dangerous! I am afraid to keep oreos in my house…they call to me 🙂 These do look delicious 🙂

  32. This is like so sinful, Liz!

  33. What a creative way to incorporate two of your family’s favourite treats, I’m impressed. It’s always so satisfying when a new baking recipe comes together so quickly! Well done.

  34. Those look so delicious! I love the idea of stuffing cookies with cookies 🙂 i once made a batch with chopped Oreos instead of chocolate chips! Will definitely be trying these soon xx

  35. A cookie stuffed with a cookie sounds just glorious!

  36. You bake the most awesome goodies, Liz. And these oreo chocolate chip cookies are no exception. I wish I could grab 3-4 cookies right away!

  37. The mini oreos are too cute! I would love a batch of these, I’ve been wanting to make some classic chocolate chip cookies for a week or so now. These are even better!

  38. Are you sure we’re not related? Love Oreos in any form…and am so grateful you did the research so that I can make your perfected cookies =)

  39. It made me giggle when you said Fried Eggs!! LOL These cookies look great, I love that you used mini oreos in the cookies .

  40. These look amazing!!! Oreos + chocolate chip cookies is like a match made in heaven!!

  41. What a perfect combo! These look great, but I’m sure I would’ve loved the fried egg looking ones too 😉

  42. How clever! We have the Grandchildren this weekend and these cooking will be such fun to make. I just heard a story about how oreo’s go their name. They were made from leftover scraps in the old Nabisco Factory with cream in the middle so the two o’s are from cookie and the re is from cream. Is that true?

    • Hi, Monica! I had to google this—and there doesn’t seem to be a definitive answer. But one of the possibilities is just what you said. Other theories include the name being derived from the French word for gold (or) or the Greek word for mountain (oros). I like your explanation the best!

  43. This is a great idea! Two cookies in one!

  44. Oh Liz, those are really gems. As if chocolate chip cookies needed oreo to be more addictive hahaha. Brilliant for sure. pinning.

  45. My family would love these. Such a cute idea.

  46. This looks like a cookie with a sense of humor. Like.

  47. Who wouldn’t love these?! A cookie inside a cookie might be the funnest thing ever. The minis are are a great idea.

  48. I will see three of my grandsons soon and I know they would love a batch or two of these!

  49. I STILL haven’t made oreo stuffed ccc’s and you’re reminding me just how dumb that makes me! because omgyum

  50. Yes please! This is a request that I also could not resist.

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