Fried Oreos

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You’re drooling. I know it! They’re unbelievably delicious. Andy is an Oreo monster. He routinely eats whole rows of Oreos in a single sitting. Andy is typically an Oreo (and milk) purist, but he approved of the crispy fried covering and soft gooey Oreo center! The fried Oreo is an Annie special. She found the recipe at a tailgate! It’s super simple… and made with pancake batter. Make sure you get the pancake mix that is just add water…


Mix up the pancake batter. Cover Oreos in batter and place in frying pan with 1-2 inches of vegetable oil. Cook on each side until golden brown. You can see cooked v. uncooked in the picture below…
 
 
 
 Roll in powder sugar and devour the deliciousness.
 

It’s like a funnel cake with a gooey Oreo middle!



Have you ever had a fried Oreo? A fried twinkie? I love fried pickles. Anyone else an unusual fried favorite? Or are you an Oreo purist too? I’d love to hear…

Comments

  1. Try a fried poptart. I promise it won't disappoint!

  2. Oh no. I have all of the ingredients for this in my pantry at this very moment. I'm feeling inspired….Yum!

  3. fried oreo.. yum!!! I like Oreo in every way…

  4. I LOVE fried oreos!! You just made my week! Fried pickles are great too.

  5. Wow! I have never seen that. It's amazing all the treats you can deep fry. The only ones I've had are deep fried ice cream and a deep fried mars bar. Nothing special but the deep fried ice cream is my favourite.
    - Tanya
    http://www.squirrellyminds.com

  6. This sounds delicious! Going to put it on my project list.

    The most unusual thing I have heard of fried, but have not tried, is a fried Snickerz -A gal at work had a cookbook of State Fair recipes from around the US and this was in it. The reason it sounded so odd is that the batter was mostly baking soda, a little bit of flour and water.

  7. They are AMAZING i promise! Just make sure your oil isn' too hot, or your oreos will fry too fast and stay crunchy on the inside :)

  8. Oh my I must try these!

  9. Wow, I just gained 5 pounds by reading this post but it was so worth it! I usually splurge on one of these at the state fair but might have to try my hand at making them myself now.

  10. i did this but mine weren’t as crispy on the outside as I would like….any tips?

  11. Pillsbury Hungry Jack Flaky Layers biscuits FRIED!! :) Separate them into layers, fry and dip them in sugar and cinnamon. You must use a flaky layer biscuit that is not as large as the Grands biscuit. If you want to fry biscuits without the sugar and cinnamon: Try the Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers biscuits. Again; separate them into layers and then fry them. Then try a fried egg on top. I have a small pan that shapes the egg to the right size but you can use a metal cookie cutter on a flat-surfaced pan or muffin tin in the oven…use plenty of oil though. Pretty yummy.

  12. Christina says:

    Caught a recipe on Pinterest to use Buttermilk Pancake Batter for the Deep Fried Oreos, my opinion is the Golden Oreos to deep fry turned out very good!!!! I also have had Deep Fried Bananas which is also very good!!!!

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