These Brownie Covered Oreos are such a delicious Oreo cookie recipe that’s perfect for your Holiday baking! They’re so good, you’ll want to make them all year round!
Brownie Covered Oreos
My Brownie Covered Oreos are such a treat and a favorite Oreo Cookie Recipe! Christmas Cookies are so much fun to bake for family and friends!
To help the you in the kitchen this Holiday Season I have whipped up an ULTRA simple Christmas cookie that is not only the cutest little thing I’ve seen but is absolutely delicious! I mean come on, can’t you just imagine how good oreos wrapped in fudgy brownies are? Well lucky for you this recipe only involves a couple ingredients and is done in record time!
These will be so cute on any Christmas plate or cookie exchange, have fun and enjoy!!
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What Makes a Good Christmas Cookie Recipe?
Christmas Cookie Recipes should be decadent, thoughtful, a bit fancy, colorful and perfect for gift giving to family and friends. These fit the bill perfectly!
How To Make Brownie Covered Oreos
Here’s your line up. Don’t worry if you can’t find the Holiday Oreos, any Oreo variety will do 🙂 Please note, I currently use Ghirardelli white melts found in the baking isle of your grocery store.
Whip up your brownie mix….
Time to dip! Yes, your hands will get messy….the more for you to lick 🙂
Place your dipped Oreos in muffin tins that have been sprayed with cooking spray. Non-stick is best.
Drizzle with white chocolate, sprinkle and you get these little cuties! Wait until you take a bite, the Oreo gets kind of cake like…mmmm!
Tips For Perfect Christmas Cookies
- Use any flavor Oreo Cookie you’d like. The Holiday variety has a red center that looks amazing when cut in the middle.
- Use a non-stick muffin tin for best results. Much easier to remove after baked.
- Ghirardelli makes awesome white melts that microwave beautifully and makes drizzling over top a breeze.
- Store leftovers in an airtight container for 3-4 days room temperature or 5-6 days chilled.
- Note, Oreos get cake like when baked. They do not stay crunchy 🙂
Brownie Covered Oreos
- 1 Brownie mix or use your own brownie recipe
- 1 package Oreos I used the Holiday Oreos
- White chocolate melted for drizzle
- White nonpariels Sprinkles
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Prepare brownie batter according to package directions. Leave in mixing bowl. Dip Oreos in brownie batter then place in bottom of a non-stick muffin pan that has been generously sprayed with cooking spray. Bake for 12-15 minutes, until brownies are cooked through, doesn't take long.
- As soon as you remove the brownies from oven, take a plastic knife and run along edges, this is VERY important so the brownies come out nicely from muffin pan. Let cool for 5 minutes, remove drizzle with melted white chocolate.
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If you use a box mix, should you use the recipe for cake-like or fudgy? I only ever make my brownies fudgy, but I didn’t know if it would matter.
I make oreos dipped in white candy melts and sprinkled with crushed peppermints every year. I’m curious if I could do the same with these. Overkill, I know, but I think they would be amazing.
Such a cool idea for an Oreo dessert! Looks so delicious!
Furrealz? That’s maslelourvy good to know.
oops I meant to say they look so yummy! 🙂
I wonder if it would work using cupcake liners, since many have had trouble removing them from the pan? There look so yummy, I think I’m going to do them for Valentines day!
Cupcake liners work just fine Suzanne, just gives it a different look.
I made these for today’s cookie exchange at work. I love that one brownie mix is the perfect amount for one package of Oreos! They have been taunting me since last night. I had just enough for the cookie exchange – not enough for me to try, too. They smell soooooo good. I’m going to have to buy another mix for one more batch – this one for me!!
I love your blog! I love your recipes! I’ve made these over and over again and love them so much! I featured them this year in my Christmas goodies to my neighbors! I also featured them on my blog and shared a link to your post!
Thank you–have a Merry Christmas!
I did this and they turned in to brownie cups…I don’t know if I used to much batter or what. They are not as small as yours.
Made these tonight and found the cooking spray didnt help and lthe brownie delights stuck. Next batch, I used Crisco baked and crossed my fingers. Baked 12 minutes-Took out let set 2 minutes-ran knife around and they came out beautifully. Sometimes its alright to use Crisco!!.. enjoy baking!
I was wondering how to store these. We are making up cookie trays for a Relay For Life Fundraiser and we will have to make about 60 dozen cookies so I will have to start baking soon and need to know if I can freeze them. Thanks for the great idea.
I made these today and decided to use a muffin cup so they wouldn’t stick. The shape came out perfect and I didn’t have to worry about mess in the pan!
Oh my god I just took mine out of the oven and they are by far the most perfect thing I have ever made, thank you so much for this recipe!!! Keep making recipes with Oreos!!!!
I just made these with Cool Mint Oreos as a trial run for St. Patrick’s Day. So delicious and so cute!
I was wondering, can these be made 2 days before when I want to serve them? or will that affect the texture badly? Thanks!
Hi Teandra, I would prepare them only 1 day in advance for the best taste 🙂
This recipe is fantastic! I happened to stumble upon your website the other day and love that every recipe is so easy: all the ingredients are already in my kitchen and the steps are so simple! Love it! My brownie-covered oreos came out just like the pictures! I will definitely recommend this recipe and I can’t wait for the cookbook to come out in September! Thank you!
Can I make these in the cupcake paper holders?
I’m new to your site but I love your recipes. You know what would make this one even better? Using mint oreos! I’m going to definitely try this. : )
I just made these today.. I am in an extended stay hotel, so currently using a convection oven and no muffin pan.. Anyways, I just used regular cupcake liners and left the brownies in them until they are eaten. Hopefully the liners will peel off fine in a few hours! Mine don’t look near as pretty as yours but they taste so delicious! Love!
you are sooooo dangerous! I love your ideas … and soooo loving that I now have a new fabulous treat to make for the teachers this year…
Spray your pan with “bakers joy”….it will make you a joyful baker when making these. They will just dump right out of the pan.:)
Can you use paper liners with the brownie covered oreo”s ?
A little late, but to your question, yes! I used both silicone liners and regular liners. They don’t come out as pretty and ‘cookie’ shaped, but they are easy to do and still taste just as delicious!
Just made these using the Trader Joe ‘Candy Cane Joe Joe’s’.. so far, looking good! Love the simplicity.. and something unique and different.
I made these with the peppermint flavored oreos and they were amazing!
Yum! So glad you enjoyed them!
wow. these are intense!!!
I know this is an old post. But I had these bookmarked for a while and made some last night for a holiday party. I used the Baker’s Joy spray and a silicone muffin pan. I thinned the brownie mix with an additional 1/8 c. water and it worked perfectly. I was worried when I popped the first batch out, because the edges looked weird. A butter knife around the edges within the first minute from the oven solved the problem though. I let them cool in the pan for about 15 mins. then they popped right out on the wax paper. The mint oreo + brownie is a wonderful combo!
I made these last night, thanks for the idea! They are super yummy and very easy to make!
So glad to hear it Erin! Thanks for the feedback.
Hi guys! I used the Betty Crocker with Hershey’s brownie mix. I was worried at first bc the batter was so thick and not quite as “runny” as the one in the picture, but they actually turned out fine. Boy was it a pain spreading the batter on each oreo without pulling them apart, but it was definitely worth it! I also drizzled white chocolate on the top of mine 🙂