Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookies

These Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookies are so rich and chocolatey! Plus, they’re easy to make with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.

Chocolatey Cookies and Cream Cookies with a Glass of Milk

Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookies

Ok, so remember those ugly cookies from a couple weeks ago? Well, I couldn’t let that good idea go to waste could I? I re-developed the recipe idea, added flour and voila, gorgeous chocolatey cookies and cream cookies!

I was so excited to see these come out of the oven, I thought I lost my cookie touch, lol!

You will not be disappointed with these cookies, they are fudgy and Oreo-y 🙂  Hope you enjoy!!

Ingredients You'll Need to Make Bakery Style Cookies and Cream CookiesHere’s your basic cookie ingredients, nothing too out of the ordinary.

How to Make These Oreo Cookies

A Bowl of Crushed Oreo CookiesGround up your oreos in a food processor or blender. Trader Joe’s “Joe Joe’s” work too 🙂

Creaming Butter and SugarCream your butter and sugars 🙂

Adding Flour, Crushed Oreo Cookies and Chocolate Chips to the BatterAdd your flour, Oreos, and chocolate chips.

Cocoa Powder for Bakery Style Cookies and Cream CookiesAdd your cocoa powder too.

Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookie DoughHere’s what you’ll get, wait until you try this dough!

Cookies and Cream Cookie Dough on a Baking SheetTime to bake, 9 to 11 minutes at 350 degrees F.

A Stack of Cookies and Cream CookiesYum is all I have to say about this 🙂

Cookies and Cream Cookies, Stacked Between Parchment PaperGrab some milk…you’ll want it with these bad boys 🙂

A Stack of Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookies

Cookies and Cream Cookies with a Glass of Milk

A Stack of Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookies

Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookies

These Bakery Style Cookies and Cream Cookies are so rich and chocolatey! Plus, they're easy to make with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Servings: 36
Calories: 133kcal
Author: Jenny
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  • Oven


  • 2 sticks softened butter
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 tbsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 3/4 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp kosher salt
  • 1 1/2 cups chocolate chips I used semi-sweet
  • 1 cup cocoa powder
  • 15 whole Oreo cookies finely ground


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper or a silpat liner.
  • In a stand or electric mixer, beat butter and sugars until well combined. Add eggs and vanilla, beating until well combined.
  • Place flour, crushed Oreo crumbs, baking soda, and salt into a large bowl. Add to wet ingredients along with cocoa powder, and chocolate chips, slowly mixing until just combined. With a medium cookie scoop, scoop dough onto prepared baking sheet, about 1 inch apart from each other.
  • Bake for 9 to 11 minutes, until cooked through. Let cool on baking sheet for 5 minutes before transferring to a cooling rack. Serve with milk.


Calories: 133kcal | Carbohydrates: 25g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 3g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 10mg | Sodium: 101mg | Potassium: 63mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 17g | Vitamin A: 30IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 19mg | Iron: 1mg
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83 Responses
  1. Ann

    Hi … the cookies are delicious but they don’t look like your photos. They are very flat with choc chip bumps … more like wafers.

    Any suggestions .. I definitely want to make these again.


  2. Martha

    I never leave replies but I just made these and it’s almost all gone already. Perfection! Thanks for sharing

  3. Korry

    I baked at 365 degrees for 11 minutes at higher altitude.
    I also used peppermint Oreos for a holiday twist!
    I love this recipe! Best cookies I have ever baked!

  4. TerriSue

    I just made these today. They came out fantastic. I obviously have had this recipe in the waiting for a while. I am so glad I finally got around to making them. I never buy Oreos, but on a recent trip to the grocery store I saw the Oreos and thought, “I know I have recipes that use those.” So I got the extra large size. Yours was the first recipe I made. In my freezer though I have enough Oreos to make something else. Thank you for the inspiration and all the chocolaty goodness we have enjoyed tonight.

  5. Rima

    Oh my God!!! I just made these, and they are amazing!! Soooo chocolatey and creamy and delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe! I know I’m a little late to this particular party, but better late than never!! Yummmmmmm!

  6. Jessi

    This recipe looks awesome! I’m going to try it at work tomorrow. BTW, you didn’t include the oreo crumbs in the actual directions. I went through the pictures, so I knew when to add them, but I almost left them out while writing!

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  8. Chii

    These are great! However, I noticed that the recipe directions don’t list when to add the crushed oreos! I just threw them in at the end, noticing that they were left over.

  9. Sarah

    I’m going to use this recipe for whenever my grade makes cookies, which will be next week. I’m thinking everyone might like these cookies. 🙂
    At least there is 3 dozen they can make.. We might need that much for selling the cookies.

  10. Francesca

    Thank you for sharing your lvoely recipe Jenny. I made these cookies this morning for my friends at work; they are all eating cookies for breakfast! A huge hit. Thank you.
    Hope you have a lovely weekend.

  11. Stephanie

    I have a horrible question. Would stale Oreos be okay? They taste fine, but cookie is soft. I hate to throw them all away (two packages)…I can’t even imagine how it happened!

  12. I just came back to double check the recipe because I plan to make these in the next few days and noticed that the recipe doesn’t mention when to add the oreo cookies. So I looked at the pics and figured it out from there. Thanks for this and all your recipes!!

  13. Leslie

    I made these cookies this weekend and they are delicious!!! Thanks for the great recipe. I think you forgot to put “add the oreo crumbs” to the instructions at the end of your post! Thanks again . . . for this must try over and over again recipe.

  14. Barbara

    These are my new favorite cookie. Not your typical chocolate chocolate chip cookie….love the extra fudgy flavor and texture!

  15. Mary

    Made these last night with my friend and they were awesome! Hit the spot on my craving of chocolate! thanx! xoxoxo

  16. Jennette

    We just made these today and they are awesome! Simple and quick recipe with great results! Thanks 🙂

  17. Renee

    Okay, I am sure this is a silly question but when you say “whole” oreo’s you mean the white stuff too? Your pic, doesn’t look like there’s any white stuff (involved).
    Wanting to make these this weekend…

  18. Kristen

    GREAT cookies! I pushed these right over the edge into a shameful abyss by adding M&Ms to the batter! Oh my!

  19. Stef

    You had me sold at ‘Oreo’! Cheers to you all the way from Singapore, these were a huge hit tonight and my brothers couldn’t stop raving about how similar they tasted to their fav Nabisco snack, milk dunking commenced from the moment the first tray was out!
    nice one, keep blogging!

  20. jackie

    These are the best chocolate cookies ever, like a cross between a brownie and chewie on the inside perfect on the outside cookie. My husband was sold from the moment he licked the batter and has had 8 cookies since! THanks so much for the awesome recipe!

  21. mindy

    I was looking forward to tasting these since the cookie dough was awesome! There was something ‘off’ about the cookies. The flavor was great, so it took me a little while to figure out that the cookies were gritty, due to the ground Oreos. A little better the second day, but I think I would rather eat regular chocolate-chocolate chip cookies. What a creative way to use those Oreos!

  22. WOW – these look amazing! I’m kicking myself for not seeing this recipe earlier – I JUST took some cookies out of the oven! Maybe next week…

  23. Sarah

    I made these on Sunday (followed recipe exactly). Yummy! They were a bit too-chocolatey for me (I couldn’t eat more than one at a time, but maybe this is a good thing), but I brought a bunch into work and they were a huge hit. Thanks for the great recipe!

  24. Cameron

    Made a second batch of these today. Still amazing and so easy to make! In response Amanda’s question about a dry dough…it possibly depends where you live on how dry the mix will be. When I lived on the coasts or humid areas my flour and cocoa picked up more moisture from the air and my cookie doughs were not as dry. I now live in Salt Lake City (4500 ft.) and it is a desert here…very dry air, flour, cocoa, etc. In today’s batch I added 3TBL cream to the wet ingredients. My cookies were sooo much happier and spread just lovely in the oven. Still gave them a small pat to flatten prior to baking. Once the cookies were mixed I divided the batter in two…baked half just like the recipe calls for. In the second half I added the zest of 1 orange and 1/4 cup candied ginger. Delish as well!

  25. Nicole C

    I made these yesterday for our family’s Good Friday gather, they are so yummy:) A huge hit with all the kids! Thank you so much, I am definitely making these again:)

  26. Abby

    I just finished making these and I have never put something more amazing in my life! Excellent recipe! Thank you!

  27. Nicole

    I thought these were better the second day 🙂 They seemed to mellow a bit after the first day, I used Ghiradelli cocoa. I was thinking Hershey’s cocoa might have been less intense. Great recipe ! beautiful food styling in the photos too.

  28. Cameron

    I made these last night and brought them in to work. They were a huge hit! Made dough as directed. It was soooo good! I’m surprised that I actually had dough left to bake any cookies!

    Small cookies (2 tsp scoop) baked for 8 minutues. Medium cookies (2 TBS scoop) baked for 9 min. I found that if I flattened both sizes of cookies slightly they actually spread out better during baking. Otherwise they remained in a mound when baking.

    I live at 4500 ft and they baked great! Perhaps would have added a tablespoon of cream just to loosen the dough and allow it to spread just a bit more.

  29. I’m baking these today for company tonight, and I have to say they aren’t turning out like yours. Did you really use a whole cup of cocoa powder? That really seemed to dry out my dough. It was VERY dry, and they’re not flattening as they cook. I’ve been upping the time by 3 minute increments, and they never really flatten. I tested the first batch, and they cooked through, so maybe that’s okay. What are your thoughts? Was your dough super dry? I double checked all my ingredients and they’re all correct. Thanks for your help. I want to impress with these cookies! 🙂

  30. First, glad to see there was a whoops! last week. Makes you much more human! Second, a-maze-ing looking and I am sure tasting too! yep, even though Mr. Wonderful doesn’t care for chocolate, I am gonna have to make these!

  31. Nathalie Smith

    Oh now were talkin!! I might substitute it for white chocolate chips to have the white “filling” appearance! Thank you, Jenny! I love all your creations!

  32. Lisa

    These cookies look amazing! I was just wondering, the recipe says 2 sticks of butter, but the picture looks like half sticks. Do you use 2 full (8 Tablespoons each) sticks? Thanks!

  33. Angien24

    These look divine! It looks like the perfect PMS cookie! LOL. I would love them dunked in coffee! I’ll be putting this on my ‘to-make’ list for sure. =D

  34. Okay, I can’t wait to try these!! I just had my fav Oreo Pazookie at BJ’s Brewhouse last night and was wondering how I could make it at home in our skookie pans. Here’s my answer!!! Thank you!!

    1. Patti

      My thoughts exactly. I’ve got a package of mint Oreo’s at home, screaming to be the star of these cookies!

      1. I just pulled these out of the oven. I used the mint Oreos, and they are perfect! I added about 3 T. of sour cream to make the dough a little less stiff (I live in Salt Lake City- the altitude is quite high). They spread just the right amount, and they are devine. Thanks for a great recipe!

  35. Jenny, these look amazing!!! How could Oreos and more cocoa powder and chocolate chips really be a bad thing though!

    Glad you tweaked the recipe a bit from last week’s version and came up with this masterpiece! DELISH!

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