Recipe: Oreo Stuffed Funfetti cookies

Instagram can be dangerous. I’m trying to veer on the healthy side with the recipes I post (what? Have I not posted enough quinoa and avocados?). But in some rabbit hole scrolling that I was doing one day, I came across Oreo stuffed Funfetti cookies (you can imagine what my search history looks like. Spoiler: Food. Lots of food).

Oreo stuffed cake batter/funfetti cookies
Oreo stuffed cake batter/funfetti cookies

Anyway, this pretty much convinced me it’s what I needed to fill a gaping hole in my life, so I began looking up recipes. I found a couple you can make from scratch, but when I came across a much easier shortcut, I figured I’d try that first. Why complicate life more? I got two mixes thinking I’d need an extra one to leave room for trial and error, but this recipe proved to be super easy to do:


Oreo Stuffed Cake Batter Cookies

Makes about 12 cookies

Ingredients:

1/3 cup melted coconut oil
1 egg
Funfetti mix (or confetti, or rainbow mix…depends on the brand. I used Betty Crocker’s Rainbow Chip mix)
Oreos (I used the regular chocolate ones, and the birthday cake ones)

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix the coconut oil, egg, and baking mix in a large mixing bowl. Stir til it gets to a smooth, dough-ey consistency. Wrap the dough around individual Oreos (this makes about a dozen). On a baking sheet or lightly greased pan, line up cookies. Bake for about 13 minutes (it should be slightly undercooked, and will solidify as it cools).

Flour with coconut oil
Flour with coconut oil
After adding eggs and mixing
After adding eggs and mixing
Mix until it gets to a dough-like consistency
Mix until it gets to a dough-like consistency
Use Birthday Cake Oreos or regular ones!
Use Birthday Cake Oreos or regular ones!
Wrap dough around cookie
Wrap dough around cookie
Wrap dough around cookie
Wrap dough around cookie
Cover entire cookie
Cover entire cookie
Ready to bake!
Ready to bake!
Line on lightly greased pan
Line on lightly greased pan
Ready to put in the oven
Ready to put in the oven
After baking
After baking
Ready to serve
Ready to serve
And ready to eat!
And ready to eat!

So easy, and the verdict at the potluck dinner I brought them to was that they were delicious. I’m craving some now! Anyone else going to try?


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